I remember the days when I used to eagerly go to meet and listen to Shaykh Dr. Ahmad Nuaina every Friday at the Masjid of Imam al-Husayn in Cairo. His story is like many others, despite being busy in a career he was able to do want he wanted – memorising the Qur’an. How? Putting in the work, bit by bit, little by little, slowly but surely…
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Qari Mubashir Anwar helps people memorise the Qur’an. Born and living in Manchester, UK, Qāri is a law graduate (LLB and LPC) who pursues legal, charitable, design and entrepreneurial activities. He dedicates much of his time towards various educational, social and charitable organisations/projects. He currently teaches and devises programmes pro-bono for children, teens and adults for several years. He has studied with various notable world renowned scholars from Egypt, Pakistan, Syria, Uzbekistan and Manchester.
Whilst also the founder of How To Memorise The Qur’ān, he is the author of best selling book, “The Promise of Ten: How an ordinary person can memorise the Qur’an in 6 months”. He will be authoring others book soon including, “How We Memorised The Qur’ān: A Primer On Memorisation, Revision & Teaching” (God-willing). He is also a founder of The Blessed Hub, ImLegallyDesigned and LawChunks amongst other initiatives. In 2011, he was recognised as being within the most highly creative 6% of the population by a market research agency.
He started memorising the Qur’ān at a very early age in his home town of Manchester, and began reciting the Holy Qur’ān to admiring audiences in public since the tender age of 10. He completed the memorisation of the Qur’ān and thus became a Hafiz in Cairo, Egypt. Whilst in Egypt he was authorised via oral permission in recitation and sought advice from various reciters. He is known for his recitation of the Qur’ān and Nashids.
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By Dr Yasir Qadhi