Subhanallah, when I read the question posted for this post, I felt like sister H was posting my most recent hifdh question! Subhanallah how Allah leads us to answers to questions in the most amazing and subtle way! Allahu Akbar!
بِسْمِ اللَّهِ الرَّحْمَـنِ الرَّحِيمِ
Assalaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah
Q: I really like your website. I wanted to ask your advice about hifdh, specifically with regards to mutashaabihaat ayaat. Do you recommend marking them in the mushaf? How do you incorporate them in memorization and review? Secondly, do you recommend learning (memorizing) the starting verse of each ruba’ of each juz? Do you memorize which mutashaabihaat verses come in each rub’? [Sister H]
A: Was salaamu ‘alaykum wa Rahmatullah
JazaakiAllahu Khayran – taqabbalAllahu minnaa wa minnkum in shaa Allah, ameen.
With regards your queries –
Yes, yes I recommend marking the mutashaabihaat in the mus-haf (the same mus-haf that you utilise on a daily basis for your hifdh). One of the most effective ways, is to write in the empty space on the side (ie: next to the verse) or, at the top / bottom of the…
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