You can learn Arabic, Tajweed, Tafseer, and Islamic studies from the comforts of your own home, at your own pace.

Arabic Language course

The Qur’an has set the standard of excellence for Arabic literature. To know the Qur’an in all its dimensions, it must be studied in its original language.

This goal has motivated many non-Arab-speaking Muslims to study Arabic as a language. For centuries, Arabic was the international language of Muslim literature, philosophy, and science.

Quran with Tajweed

Reciting the Quran is not just about reading the verses. It is about reading each verse with correct pronunciation. Even during the era of the Holy Prophet (P.B.U.H) the Arabs used to pronounce the letters correctly, and used to pronounce in their speech the idgham and ith-haar, the ghunnah, the medd, and absence of it, etc. It was an inherent part of their language and these articulations did not have the now known names for them.

Quran Memorization

Non-Muslims perceive the Qur’an as a series of self-contained statements, parables, stories, injunctions, and prohibitions. However, Muslims believe that underlying this diverse grouping is a unity of purpose, message, idiom, and style. The Qur’an in Arabic has been rightly described by many as a symphony of words.

Islamic studies

Islam is the divine law that gives a system of life that brings a man closer to Allah. It is the only way that can grant a prosperous life here and in the hereafter. Allah says in the Quran about Islam: Because the religion of God (Islam) is guidance and truth, therefore it can lead man to his prosperity.

Arabic (IGCSE) course

This course is specially designed for students who wish to take the IGCSE and Edexcel GCSE exams.
It requires a special qualification for the student and the use of books that qualify the student for an advanced level at a specific time.
This course is taught by qualified teachers who have experience in teaching this course for many years.
It depends on the four skills of the Arabic language in particular: “reading, listening, speaking and writing”