with commentary from The Etiquettes of the Quran (by Imam Nawawi)
by Shaykh Tariq Mahmood
The Holy Prophet (Allah bless him and give him peace) is reported to have said, “Whosoever prays an obligatory prayer, has an accepted supplication. And whosoever completes a reading of the Quran, has an accepted supplication.” [Tabarani, al-Mu`jam al-Kabir]
The Companions gave a high importance to completing the reading of the Qur’an. They also, in particular, would pay attention to the end of the reading and the recommended act of supplication made thereafter. This is authentically narrated regarding Anas ibn Malik [may Allah be pleased with him], the illustrious Companion of the Prophet Muhammad (Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him). Imam al-Darimi narrates that, “Anas ibn Malik, when he would complete a reading of the Qu’ran, would gather his family and his children and supplicate for them.” [al-Darimi, al-Sunan]. Imam al-Darimi also relates that Ibn Abbas (may Allah be pleased with father and son) used to appoint a man to watch over everyone reciting the Qur’an in the masjid, so that if someone was near completion, the man would inform Ibn Abbas, and Ibn Abbas and those in his company would go to attend the completion. [ibid]
14th July 2022
8pm-8.15pm: Commentary from, ‘Etiquette with The Quran
(al-Tibyan)’ of Imam al-Nawawi8pm-8.15pm:
8.15pm- 8.20pm: Quran Khatam (recitation)
8.20pm-8.30pm: Dua of Quran Khatam (and dua for deceased parents and forefathers) of Imam Ali Zain al-Abideen
The Auther: Imam Nawawi
Brief Bio of Auther
Without argument, Imam al-Nawawi is one of the most well known scholars and spiritual masters in Muslim history. He was a master of several disciplines, including law, Prophetic traditions, Quran exegesis, and grammar. His works and profound personal circumspection have inspired millions of believers on spiritual and intellectual planes. He was born in Greater Syria, where he also died in 1277 at the age of 45.
Teacher: Shaykh Tariq Mahmood
Shaykh Tariq Mahmood left the UK in 2012 in the pursuit of full time Sacred Knowledge. He spent his early years in Cairo, acquiring the Arabic language, and then dwelled into the sciences with some of the leading Syrian and Egyptian scholars.
His studies then took him to Mauritania and Turkey, finally culminating in Tarim, Yemen- where he currently resides as a student and teacher of Hanafi Fiqh and Seerah in Dar al Mustafa.
Classic work on the etiquette that a Muslim must or should have with regard to handling and reciting the Quran. The topics this volume raises include: ritual cleanliness, opportune times for recitation, the etiquette that students have with their teachers (and that teachers must have with their students), and variety of other issues that every Muslim should know and often ask about.