Important Official: Somalispot Quran Competition.

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  1. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis Prof.Dr.Eng. VIP

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    'ma kana muhammedun aabaa axadin......khatama nabiyiin'

    Allah said nabiyin not rasuul, because after a rasuul a nabi can come who rules according to the teachings of the rasuul
     
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  2. nine

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    My answer:

    Wa inanaa lafii shakkin is in Hud

    Wa inaa lafii shakkin is in Ibrahim

    Mimmaa tadcoonaa is in Ibrahim
    and in Fussilat (Wa qaaluu quluubunaa fii akinnatin mimmaa tadcoonaa ilayhi)

    Mimmaa tadcoonanaa is in Hud in one of the ayahs about the story of Salih AS

    When you read wa innanaa know that mimmaa tadconanaa (with two noons) is not in the ayah and vice versa. That is how I remember
     
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  3. Poets

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    I know you mean tadcoonaa where I highlighted as you explained later in your last sentence.

    Yeah, that is also how I remember it. But how do you know which comes first? I have a rule that applies to a lot of verses that are hard to differ, and that rule is "the shortest word comes first". To take an example:

    The second example in my post was "Wash had bi annaa muslimoon" and "Wash had bi annanaa msulimoon". The first of the two is the shortest as it only has one noon, therefore it is the one that comes first (in Surah Aal Cimraan, the second is in Suurah Al-Maa'idah).

    Another example is "Fa man tabica hudaaya" and "Fa man ittabaca hudaaya", the first one is shorter as the difference, the highlighted part, consists of three arabic letters while the second consists of five (a letter that is mushaddad consists in reality of two; one saakin and one maftoo7 in this example). Therefore the shorter one comes first (in Suurah Al-Baqarah) while the longer comes later (Suurah Taha). There are more instances like "Qaaladh hab..." and "Qaala fadh hab.." that follow the same pattern.

    Obviously this doesn't apply to all look-alike verses, but just a rule that after a while I came to know which verses to use it on and which verses need other rules etc.

    Interestingly enough this rule does not apply to "Wa innaa" and "Wa innanaa" that we were discussing!
     
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  4. Poets

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    When I think about it, the verse @Karim posted earlier in this thread follows the same pattern.

    "Allaahu lladhii yursilu rriyaaxa" and "wAllaahu lladhii arsala rriyaaxa", the first one has no waaw in the beginning (i.e. shorter from that perspective), therefore it comes first (Surah Ruum) while the second comes later (Suurah Faatir).
     
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  5. Karim

    Karim Darodism works for everyone

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  6. Poets

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    Soo daa!
     
  7. Dalmoor

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    Ooh, wax ayaa idhaafe.. Soo sidaaya.. :rejoice:apparently am an ardeey among wadaads like @Poets, @Karim, and @nine . I'm just attempting, not expert om this case, I'll try my best tho
     
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  8. Dalmoor

    Dalmoor Vikings are shit. Bears know da wae.

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    Damn, they almost the same. I got this one
    ۞ فَلَمَّا أَحَسَّ عِيسَىٰ مِنْهُمُ الْكُفْرَ قَالَ مَنْ أَنصَارِي إِلَى اللَّهِ ۖ قَالَ الْحَوَارِيُّونَ نَحْنُ أَنصَارُ اللَّهِ آمَنَّا بِاللَّهِ وَاشْهَدْ بِأَنَّا مُسْلِمُونَ

    Maybe the difference "shaqal" in the bi "annaa" and "annaa"

    Which is the other ayaaa? @Poets

    Edit: I got the difference,one was annanaa, while the other was annaaa
     
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  9. Sheikh

    Sheikh Jaalle Ugas ''Comrade Ugas''

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    What a great thread this is mashallah.
     
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  10. Daughter of samaale

    Daughter of samaale Somaliweyn haa nolaato

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    I just clocked no girls were tagged
     
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  11. Sheikh

    Sheikh Jaalle Ugas ''Comrade Ugas''

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    Did you complete the Quran gaceliye?
     
  12. Daughter of samaale

    Daughter of samaale Somaliweyn haa nolaato

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    Yeah
     
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  13. Sheikh

    Sheikh Jaalle Ugas ''Comrade Ugas''

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    Mashallah are you hafiz?
     
  14. Daughter of samaale

    Daughter of samaale Somaliweyn haa nolaato

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    I memorised it once but I don’t like calling myself a hafiz coz I’m giving myself the same title as people who have memorised it multiple times.
     
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  15. ABG

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    @Poets @nine @government@Dalmoor @Lamiis @Abdalla@yaanyuur
    What advice would you give to someone whose currently doing hifdh ?
    How much do you revise daily finished? How do make sure you retain you’re Quran after you’ve finished?
     
  16. Poets

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    It all depends on Allahs tawfiiq first and foremost, then how much time you are willing to spend on it. Revision is key. There is no single way to revision. If you are still doing your hifdh, I'd recommend reciting by heart what you've memorised to a teacher, aka muraajaco. Or that you do subac. In both cases make sure that you will come back to your starting point in a month so the memory is still fresh. If you're for example in Yaasiin you may want to read muraajaco twice a week, each time reciting a juz' if you are able to. The details can vary, the important thing is consistency and that you revise many times.

    If you have finished the qur'aan you should have a schedule for yourself, one or two or three or more juz', that you recite daily. Try to combine it with subac. There is a reason why somalis used to, and still do, put much emphasize on it. It really makes your memory solid.

    You could maybe use this method if you have a good amount of time, or maybe change it a bit for it to suit your situation:

     
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  17. ABG

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    Jazakaullahukhairan
     
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  18. Lamiis

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    Mashallah nice thread but why was I tagged here I’m not a hafidh :gaasdrink:
     
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  19. nine

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    Do khatm after khatm etc never stop going to dugsi you might slack
    Listen to Quran esp surahs you want to revise
     
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  20. Abdalla

    Abdalla Medical specialist in diagnosing Majeerteentitis Prof.Dr.Eng. VIP

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    Good luck to you brother, it's not an easy road.

    @Lamiis is not a hafid nor does she cover up.
     
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