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  1. As salamu alaykum,
    This website can be useful only if you want to blindly memorise, but you will never see beauty of Arabic in this way. What I really advice is to learn Arabic with understanding.
    Offline : http://www.lqtoronto.com/
    Online: http://www.wiziq.com/abu-ahmad-adh-dhibyaani1006728 (public classes are free and you can contact teacher and he will tell  how you can catch up class faster).
    May Allah ease learning the language of Islam for us ameen

    • Salam,

      I am a sister who have alhamdullilah completed both Basic course in understandquran.com and the full course from lqtoronto.com in last 2years while i was residing in US as a housewife.I strongly recommend both the sites.

      Understandquran.com is an excellent site to begin with. From  my personal experience this inspired me a looot and when came to lqtoronto courses , i found it much more interesting and enjoyable because of the basis i got from Uq course.LQ toronto is an intensive course , even though very interesting , for ppl with less time i would advice to go thru UQ first and then build up thru LQ.

      May Allah help us to learn more.

      Jazak Allah Khairun

  2. اسلام عليكم
    I have visited both sites.  Both have their merits.  I really like the ‘Understand Quran’ website.  I don’t agree that it is blind memorization because once you begin reading the different ayah you’ll learn to recognize the different forms of the word and still get an understanding of what you read.

    ‘lqtoronto’ is also another excellent site and I really think the teacher’s temperament is wonderful.  It is easy to submerse oneself in the vids – it’s as if you are part of the class and you’re busy there answering his questions.  The same can be said to some extent about ‘Understand Quran’ as well.

    I believe that ‘Understand Quran’ is a great stepping stone for many before moving on to ‘lqtoronto’; however, some people may not have a problem to simply start at ‘lqtoronto’.

    Regardless of which site someone starts off with what is very important is that every individual has to make a firm commitment to complete the course and do the necessary homework.  Neither website offers a ‘just sit down and watch’ approach.  While both sites follow a logical approach to make understanding the Quran easier, neither site says no effort is required.

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    IDENTIFIED!!

     

    DO YOU KNOW THE DAJJAL (THE ANTI-CHRIST), THE
    ONE-EYED GIANT PROPHECISED BY THE MESSENGER OF ALLAH HAS ALREADY BEEN IN
    EXISTENCE FOR THE PAST 472 YEARS & HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED?

     

    YOU MAY
    BE AMAZED TO KNOW THAT IT IS COMPLETELY DIFFERENT FROM WHAT IT IS THOUGHT TO BE
    TODAY. TO SEE WHAT IT ACTUALLY IS – VISIT THE WEBSITE
    http://www.hezbuttawheed.com AND READ THE BOOK “DAJJAL? THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN
    CIVILIZATION!” AND WATCH THE DOCUMENTARY “DAJJAL? THE JUDEO-CHRISTIAN
    CIVILIZATION!”.

  4. Assalamualaikum,
    I have purchased the books and DVD from UQ and i find it very good for people who are totally unlearned in understanding arabic. We have been reading Quran like parrots but seldom do we take effort to understand it. For us I think UQ is a good start. Though IQtoronto is pretty detailed and mastered site, directly jumping onto it will probably bore the student after sometime and due to huge information he will leave it half way.

    My plans are to complete UQ course 1 and 2 first InshaAllah and then go through iqtoronto later.
    Jazakallah for sharing the sites.
    May Allah preserve you in good. Aameen

  5. Assalamoalaikum,
    Alhamdullilah for these excellent websites.  i am familiar with the UQ site but not the other one that people are mentioning in the comments box.  jzk for the information.  insha’Allah i will be looking at it at a later date.  I really enjoy the UQ site mash’Allah.  Allah reward all those involved.  i am also a housewife and have found the short course manageable whilst running the household.  Alhamdullilah.  My mum lives in a different country however i have managed to tell her about the urdu course and she is very interested mash’Allah.  she will insha’Allah be my practice partner ovcer the phone. 
    jzk to sister arefeen for you comments.  insha’Allah i will follow through the short courses then go onto the other sites.
    jzk also to ‘just a sister; for the link to other arabic learning websites.
    ws
    Umm Abdullah

  6. Salam All!
    JazakAllahukhairan for the article,comments and additional info. I came across the UQ website through this article and I am hooked. I love the interactive style and simpleness in the approach. I have been trying to learn arabic very unsuccessfully for sometime now and almostt felt like quitting. This site has helped me realise I do not need to be a master of the language to understand what our Lord is saying to us. I’m hooked on to it and InshaAllah will continue with the websites mentioned in the comments. I do intend to learn arabic but I really want to understand the Quran and the website is a great help AlhamdullilahMay Allah bless the Dr.Abdulkareem for his efforts.BarakAllahu Feek