Thursday, 27 February 2014

New Revised Book

Salaam to all Students and Visitors

The New Revised Book: Read Arabic Today is available for downloading for the benefit of all students.  This revised version includes sentences and short surahs.

To download this book, simply click on the Lessons 1 - 5 tab above.

Those students who still want to join the Sunday Morning Classes (08.30 - 10.45) at Masjidul Quds (Gatesville) are welcome to do so.  The Read Arabic Today and Basic Arabic Understanding Courses are currently offered FREE of charge.

The following courses will be offered from April 2014 during the same time slot:
   1.  Understand the Noble Quran;
   2.  Speak Arabic Today.

For more information, please email me at:

Tuesday, 30 April 2013

Course Revised

The revised Read Arabic Today course will be offered at the Gatesville Mosque from Thursday 3 May to Thursday 27 June 2013.

This course is FREE of CHARGE.

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Please inform all friends and family, who might be interested.


Thursday, 5 July 2012

Lesson Five Completed!

Lesson Five has finally been completed.  You are welcome to download this lesson by clicking on the Lesson Five tab above.  The remainder of letters of the Arabic alphabet, that were not covered in the previous lessons, are covered in this lesson.  After completion of all five lessons provided on this blog you should be able to read the Arabic script with ease.

Enjoy in full colour!

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Tuesday, 20 December 2011

Revised Lessons

Salaam all,  I've decided to revise Lessons One to Three in this series.  I've also completed Lesson Four.  These four lessons cover 22 of the 28 letters of the Arabic alphabet.  The other 6 letters will be covered in Lesson Five, In Sha-Allah!  Together with these 22 letters, hundreds of words from the Holy Quran have been covered.  At the end of each lesson are a few words with their translations, which you may learn.  This will help with your understanding of Al-Quran Al-Kareem. 

Those of you who would like to improve your understanding of the Holy Quran, please visit:

Lesson Four

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Wednesday, 21 September 2011

Who will benefit by: Read Arabic Today

This blog has been developed for the benefit of anyone who would like to be able to read the Arabic Script.

People who read Arabic fall in different categories:
1) Arabs who read daily for various reasons;
2) Muslims across the world who read the Quran in Arabic;
3) Islamic Scholars who read the Islamic Texts, many of which are in Arabic;
4) People who would like to visit an Arab country for pilgramige (Hajj), work, or travelling.
5) Non-Muslim Scholars may learn Arabic, because they want to read the Islamic Texts or other scriptures and related works which are in Arabic;
6)  Many people simply want to speak the language to communicate with Arabs or fellow students.

For more information regarding the benefits of Reading Arabic, go to: