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I Want My Child to be a Hafidh – Book

“The book is profound and relevant.” Shaykh Sulaiman Moola.
Foreword by Mufti Faruq Saheb and Mufti Ibrahim Saheb Raja.
An excellent guide for parents and teachers who are struggling with hifdh kids.
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By Ismail ibn Nazir Satia

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3 replies on “I Want My Child to be a Hafidh – Book”

Having completed Hifdh alhamdulillah, I have been contemplating my dawr for some time, especially in recent months. Reading this book has made me want to pursue the revision even more. I had been holding the weight of forgetting, which was again a good reminder in the book but I also feel a renewed excitement about learning again. I can really resonate with the whole book and it has been well thought out and structured. I wish I/my parents had these hints, tips and advice when I was younger as they would have helped me to focus more on the revision and retention. I particularly like that it includes the section on women and is inclusive of their challenges.
Jzk Mawlana for writing this book, may Allah reward your efforts

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