Diacritics are usually forgotten; however, they are extremely important in order to learn Arabic pronunciation. Diacritics (تشكيل), pronounced as Tashkil, literally means Forming, which is its main function, since Arabic letters on their own, without Tashkil, do not show proper guidance as to the proper Arabic pronunciation. Therefore, learning diacritics goes hand in hand with learning Arabic.
If your interested to learn more check this article: Learn Arabic Diacritics: Tashkil
Hamza does not originally belong to the original 28 Arabic letters. It is, however, derived from the Arabic letter Aein (ع). It is most often seen atop or below the letter.
But it is still considered one of the main vowels in the Arabic language.
If you want to know more about the Hamza and its forms, try to check on this article Learn Arabic Letters and Diacritics: Al-Hamza
"None of you will have faith till he loves for his brother, what he loves for himself" - Bukhari Book 2, Hadith 12
Many Scholars (including An-Nawawi) interpret the word "Brother" here as brother in humanity
Therefore I always treat my fellow human being with respect, whether he's muslim or not because that is how I would want people to
treat me. I know that the Prophet peace be upon Him used to treat non muslims with utmost respect. Even when they disrespected Him,
He would return their rudeness with kindness.
So please don't look at you brother in humanity with animosity. But look at them with compassion and mercy like our Beloved Prophet did,
sallallahu wa aleyhi wa sallam
This is a pdf Mushaf that you can read online. Its in Arabic text. There are 2 versions, one with an Arabic meaning of the words as side notes, and the other version has the side notes showing the English meanings.
The Color Coded Tajweed Quran.
The idea behind this concept is to make reciting the Quran correctly so easy for those who do not know the rules of tajweed (rules of reciting the Quran) by coloring the word’s letter that contains a Tajweed rule, so as the reader recites the Quran; he/she will be able to apply the correct Tajweed rule through the color of the letter. All you have to note while reading is just 4 colors, without having to learn any tajweed rules.
There are four main colours:
· Red: indicates a long/short vowels.
· Green: indicates the nasal (Ghunnah)
· Dark Blue: used for letters to be emphatically pronounced
· Light Blue: used for the sound of Qualqualah (plosive sound)
· Gray: used to indicate the letters that are not to be pronounced
Mushaf Al Tajweed in Arabic (with English meanings):
This copy of the Holy Qur'an clarifies its words and meanings by providing English explanations in the margins of the Arabic text. In this Mushaf, letters related to the Tajweed rules are distinguished within the text by the use of colors indicating areas of slow recitation. This technique helps simplify the rules of recitation for the reader in order to encourage and facilitate correct Qur'anic recitation.
Mushaf Al Tajweed in Arabic (with Arabic meanings):
This copy of the Holy Qur'an clarifies its words and meanings by providing Arabic explanations in the margins of the Arabic text. In this Mushaf, letters related to the Tajweed rules are distinguished within the text by the use of colors indicating areas of slow recitation. This technique helps simplify the rules of recitation for the reader in order to encourage and facilitate correct Qur'anic recitation.