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Ijazah Courses


We are delighted to offer the Online Ijazah Course with enthusiasm and dedication. Alhamdulillah! Our course features male and female teachers hailing from various Arab countries, including Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia.

What is Ijazah?

Ijazah, in its linguistic sense, means 'permission.' In a technical context, it signifies the authorization to narrate the Quran through authenticated chains of narrators. Essentially, Ijazah is a certification that grants one permission to teach and recite the Holy Quran with proper Tajweed, with a chain of narration leading back to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and ultimately to Allah (S.W.T).

In the Online Ijazah course program, learners can receive Ijazah certification from a qualified Imam or scholar. This Ijazah can pertain to Quranic recitation with Tajweed or recitation from memory. The sheikh or a female teacher will assess the learner's Quranic recitation, ensuring it adheres to the rules of Tajweed. Ijazah for memorization (Hifz) is granted once the learner successfully recites the entire Quran from memory to the teacher. This is the process of obtaining Ijazah in Quranic recitation and memorization.

In this Online Ijazah course you will have:

1- A free trial session with Ijazah certified teacher to see your current level of recitation
2- Recitation to the teacher according to your plan of the classes per week.
3- Upon successful completion of the online Ijazah course, you will receive an Ijazah certificate.
4- With this certificate, you will be authorized to teach others and issue Ijazah certificates as well.
You can set a timetable for your online Ijazah program and recite the Holy Quran to your teacher allocated to you by our team. Basically, Ijazah is given in Qirat Hafs from Asim (حفص عن عاصم).

Ijazah in other Qirat:

In addition to the Qirat Hafs from Asim, you can also register to obtain Ijazah in other Qirat (recitation styles) which include:
1) Nafi’ (d. 169/785)
2) Ibn Kathir (d. 120/737)
3) Abu ‘Amr ibn al-‘Ala’ (d. 154/762)
4) Ibn ‘Amir (d. 154/762)
5) ‘Asim (d. 127/744)
6) Hamza (d. 156/772)
7) al-Kisa’i (d. 189/904)

There are 3 Mashhur:

1) Abu Ja’far (d. 130/747)
2) Ya’qub (d. 205/820)
3) Khalaf (d. 229/843)