Juz by Juz 23

Juz by Juz [23]

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The Qur’ān has been divided into 30 parts (juz, pl. ajzā) for ease of memorising and reciting. Below is our QuranCast podcast with Ustadh Abu Haneefah Sohail, our Juz by Juz video series with Ustadh Asif Uddin, an excerpt from our famous Juz by Juz publication and app.

These have been compiled to help us develop kushū’ (attentiveness) and enrich our prayers when listening to the Qur’ān, especially in Ramadān when many mosques try to complete its recitation during this blessed month.

We hope it becomes an encouragement for us to read at least one Juz each day of our lives and to become attached to the Qur’ān, such that we become known as the People of Qur’ān.

 QuranCast Juz 23 – Listen [Click here for the whole QuranCast playlist]

Juz by Juz 23 -Watch – Download the app by clicking here

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>> Today we bring you JUZ 23 <<

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Charitable Deed

This year Islam21c have chosen Ethar Relief to be our featured charity. A UK-based humanitarian aid organisation committed to serving and easing the suffering of refugees across the Horn of Africa and Yemenbecause we believe they have a right not to be forgotten. As we fast this Ramadan take this chance to provide food, water, medical supplies, reduce poverty and provide educational institutions and student sponsorship for 4 million people awaiting your help. Click the banner now:

Journey through Sūrat al-Baqarah

Join Shaikh Alomgir Ali in this in-depth tafsīr through the whole of the largest sūrah in the Glorious Qur’ān, based on 20 works of tafsīr! This is a sūrah which Allāh chose to begin His Book with; click below and find out why…

>> Today we bring you Lessons 24 and 25<<

Editor’s Pick

Of the hundreds of articles we publish in a year here we will share ones that caught our eye in particular, and ones that you can maximise benefit from in this blessed month.

Thus, the Muslims bow together, prostrate together and do not move beyond the line or behind it, as they stand behind the same Imām, praying toward the same direction. The same theme of order, regulation and systematic procedure is found in Hajj. The exact same can be said about the Islamic laws of buying and selling. Not only does Islām demarcate the roles of the males and those of the females, the roles of husbands and those of wives, but even the angels have been allocated specific roles.

This is it. A way of life – Islam – that clearly nurtures us to be people of order, discipline and structure, whilst deterring us from being chaotic, disordered and rash.

Keeping the above in mind, we are now ready to ask:

Are our lives characterised by such a theme? More importantly, are our journeys to Allāh and the home of the Hereafter characterised by such a theme? Or have we surrendered to the routine of everyday life to a level where, in actual fact, we have no clear goals set in our lives, no clear vision for the future and no precise strategy for the Hereafter?

An extract from:

Structure & Order in the Face of Chaos

Read me

If you want to complete the Qur’ān once this Ramadan we’ve made it easy to track your reading, with one Juz every day.

>>Today we bring you Juz 23<<

This Juz is from Sūrat Yā Sīn āyah number 28 to Zumar āyah number 31 (36:28 – 39:31).

In the “Madīnah script” mushaf this corresponds to pages  442 – 462.

Quran Intensive

Join Ustadh Asif Uddin in a more in-depth journey through the entire Qur’ān. By the permission of Allāh, with just one video a day you will have gone through the whole Qur’ān before the end of Ramadān!

>> Today we bring you Lesson 24<<

Memorise Me

The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم said: “Sūrat al-Mulk is the protector from the torment of the grave.” [Sahihul Jamiea 1/680, Hakim 2/498 & Nasai]

Let us all try and memorise this amazing sūrah this Ramadān. It consists of 30 āyat, so that’s one everyday!

>> Today we bring you āyah 23 <<


“Say, “It is He who has produced you and made for you hearing and vision and hearts; little are you grateful.””

Islam21c eCourses

Why not enrol into one of our Tafsir eCourses? Whilst memorising Sūrat al-Mulk, listen to Sheikh Dr Haitham al-Haddad unlock many benefits of the great chapter. And when you’re done, we’ve got a dozen more to keep you busy!

>> Today we bring you Tafīsr of Sūrat al-Jumu’ah <<

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Knowledge Hive

In this section we will have a different resource everyday inshāAllāh for those who want to increase their knowledge in different Islamic subjects related to Ramadān and Qur’ān.

>> Today we bring you “Thrown in a well”—an in-depth course on Sūrat Yūsuf by Ust. Asim Khan! <<

Philosophy of Fasting

>>Today we bring you Episode 23<<

About Daily Ramadan Companion

This is your Daily Ramadan Companion. Every day you will get special multimedia content suggested by our readers and authors in one, convenient place to help take advantage of every blessed moment this month. Read a summary and listen to a short reflection on each juz of the Qur’ān, give charity with the click of a button, memorise an āyah a day of Sūrah al-Mulk, listen to a more in-depth tafsīr of the Qur’an and more! Don’t forget to comment below to add your feedback, suggestions and reflections.

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