Tajweed: Introduction to the Makharij

Welcome to this fascinating Series of Tajweed with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa as he simplifies the rules of Tajweed to make the recitation of the Qur’an easy and correct.

Tajweed is a set of rules for proper pronunciation and recitation of the Qur’an. Learning Tajweed means learning how to pronounce the letters in the words correctly, which covers matters like when a consonant is silent or not and how long a vowel is.

Learning the recitation of the Qur’an correctly is considered to be fard `ayn (individual obligation) upon every Muslim. The Almighty Allah says:

And recite the Qur’an with measured recitation. (Al-Muzzammil 73:4)

The Sheikh Begins the first episode by explaining the meaning of the word Makharij that is the points of vocal articulation. Scholars define the word “Makhraj” as the where, the position or the point of articulation which a letter in the sound stops at or produced from.

Then the Sheikh differentiates between the Makharij and Sifat (attributes) in the Arabic Language. After that, he talks about principle and number of Makharij.

Enjoy watching this interesting episode to learn more about the Makharij of the Arabic language with Sheikh Khaled Boushafaa.


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