YasSarNalQuR’aN – the Qur’an Blog


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بسم الله الذي لا يضرّ مع اسمه شيء في الأرض ولا في السّماء وهو السميع العليم

“In the Name of Allah with Whose Name nothing on the earth and in the skies can do any harm whatsoever, for He is the All-Hearer and the All-Knower”.

الحمد لله الذي هدانا لهذا وما كنّا لنهتدي لو لا أن هدانا الله

“All Praise is to Allah Who guided us unto this;  Had it not been for His Guidance we would not have been rightly guided”.

Listen to the recitation of this beautiful ayah, Inshaa’Allah

“And We have indeed made the Qur’an easy to understand and remember; then is there anyone who will remember (or receive admonition)?  (Surah al Qamar 54: 17, 22, 32 & 40)

Dear Readers,

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

Thanks to the latest technology and the zeal of Muslim individuals and organisations, the world of internet today is not deprived of good Islamic websites.

The creation of the Qur’an blog, however, was borne out of a particular necessity.

Students and youth need proper guidance especially when it comes to the use of authenticIslamic websites so that they can take advantage of the resources and improve their understanding of the Glorious Qur’an.  We need to guide them to different websites for different aspects of learning the Qur’an: Tilawah, Tarjuma, Tadabbur, Tafheem, Tafakkur, Tajweed, Tanzeel, Tahfeedh etc.

The students have to be told that this website is good for Tilawah, that website is good for knowing the translation of the meanings of the Qur’an, this website is a good aid to memorization of the Qur’an, that website is a good one for Tafseer, so on and so forth.

Sometimes it is difficult for young learners to keep track of many websites at one and the same time.

I created the Qur’an blog to facilitate Qur’anic teachings to young learners of the Qur’an. They need not have to worry about saving the names of different websites – at least when it comes to learning the Qur’an – in the favourite section of their computers.

With separate sub-headings for specific topics, the students and visitors to this blog will, InshaAllah, find it easy to embark on the journey to Qur’anic learning and understanding.

I wanted to make things easy primarily for my students, and secondarily for all the global visitors of this blog. Hence the blog name YasSarNal QuR’aN, and the tag line: An effort in f a c i l i t a t i o n, alhamdulillaah.

To put it precisely, this blog aims to kindle the spark of learning and living by the Qur’an.

When you convey the teachings of the Qur’an, you strive in the cause of Allah.

And those who sincerely strive in His Cause are showered with His exclusive Guidance.

Allah’s assurance is the greatest inspiration:

والّذين جاهدوا فينا لنهدينّهم سبلنا وإنّ الله لمع المحسنين

“And those who strive in Our Cause, We shall Guide them to our Ways. Certainly, Allah is with those who excel in good”.

Thought of doing something before death overtakes me!

After all, we have come from dust, we will go back to dust and will be raised again from dust: منها خلقناكم وفيها نعيدكم ومنها نخرجكم تارة أخرى

For all good things mentioned in this blog, I humbly submit to the Majesty of Allah, Alhamdulillah: All Praise is due to Allah.

I own the responsibility for any errors. May Allah forgive me for that.

I would be grateful to you if you point out to me any error, should you come across any mistake in this blog. You can inform me of any mistakes/errors through comment section, Inshaa’Allah.

May Allah give us the Tawfeeq and Hidayah to live by the Qur’an and the Sunnah. Aameen.

ربّنا تقبّل منّا إنّك أنت السّميع العليم وتب علينا إنّك أنت التّوّاب الرّحيم

سبحان ربك ربّ العزّة عمّا يصفون – وسلام على المرسلين – والحمد لله ربّ العالمين

PS: All posts are authored by me unless otherwise stated. In the initial year of this blog, I took most of the posts from different sources with due courtesy and kind acknowledgement, and whenever I share others’ writings I make it a point to mention it in all honesty. Likewise, if anyone wants to use the material for da’wah or educational purposes, they can very well use my blog’s content but with due acknowledgement and referring back to this blog.

PS 2: I mostly follow Saheeh International’s English Translation of the glorious Qur’an.

being good new version alhamdulillah

About this Blogger:   Download CV

Full Name: Muqith Mujtaba Ali – مقيت مجتبى علي

Blogging Name: MuQeet as this the proper transliteration for the Arabic مقيت

Nativity: Born and raised in Madras, (the old name of Chennai), Tamilnadu, India.

Location: Presently living in Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates.

Employment: Teacher of Islamic Studies in a British Curriculum School in Sharjah.

Educational Qualification: M.A (Arabic), M.Phil. (Arabic), B.Ed., M. A (Journalism and Mass Communication)

Areas of Interest: Learning, Reading, Writing, Teaching, Dawah, Blogging.

My other blogs are: IslamCalling (New Seerah Blog) Role Model (Old, and now defunct Seerah blog) Islamic Studies (Based on the old syllabus that was prescribed by UAE Ministry) Islamic Studies (Based on the New Syllabus prescribed by UAE Ministry) Simply Islamic

My most memorable interview: Click here to read the interview with Dr V Abdur Rahim, the celebrity-scholar-genius


Initiated the Qur’an Blog on 3rd June 2010 and on Friday, the 27th Rajab 1431 (9th July 2010).

With the help of Allah, the work shall continue, InshaaAllah…….as road to success is always under construction!

Baarakallaahu Feekum.

Sal-lal-laahu ala Muhammad, Sal-lal-laahu alaihi wa sallam.

dua at gathering

YasSarNalQuR’an – The Qur’an Blog

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