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Daarul Haafithaat al ‘Ishreen – Quraan Memorization School for Women & Children

 As salaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Daarul Haafithaat al ‘Ishreen (nicknamed “The Salafee Tahfeeth School”) in Hayy As Safaa, Jeddah KSA will open for classes until after ‘Eidil Fitr In Shaa Allaah. The actual resume date is not yet known. Please call to register:

Tele: 02 677 4902

Not sure if you want to enroll?: They will allow you to sit and observe without signing up. You can participate in the classes and evaluate things for yourself, then decide afterwards if you want to enroll. 

Cost: The tuition for adults will remain at $600 SAR per year, In Shaa Allaah. 

Courses for Adults

 

Advanced Students:

 

  • Usoolus Sunnah of Imaam Ahmad bin Hanbal (rahimahullaah)Memorization with explanation.
  • Quraan with Ahkaam At Tajweed – Memorization starting from Soorah al Baqarah (or whatever Juz your currently memorizing).
  • Tafseer of Imaam as Sa’dee (rahimahullaah).
  • Various tele-links with the Major scholars in KSA.

The Beginners & Intermediate students: You can take all the courses listed below or choose which ones you want:

  • Al Qaa-idatu An Nooraaniyyah (Alif, Baa, Taa, etc…)
  • Reading and Dictation (including minor points of ‘Arabic Grammar and vocab. building).
  • Quraan Memorization from Juz ‘Amma (or whatever Juz your currently memorizing).
  • Occasionally points from Imaam As Sa’dee’s Tafseer is discussed along with meaning of certain “Quraanic vocabulary words.”
  • Thalaathatul Usool wa Adillatuhaa – Memorization with explanation of Shaykh ‘Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah).
  • ‘Umdatul Ahkaam – Memorization with explanation of Shaykh ‘Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah).

 

New Class

  ‘Arabic Grammar using the Uni. of Madeenah series.

The school days are short. Adults study for 3 1/2 hours a day/4 days a week (Sat. – Tues.).  I don’t know if the hours will be extended to accommodate the new ‘Arabic Grammar classes.

Your children can attend as well. Kids enroll starting at age 3. They memorize short ahaadeeth, and Quraan, are taught to read and write ‘Arabic (letters, numbers, colors, etc), arts, crafts and exercise (in the morning). They cover more, but this is all I have solid info on.  Their school days are also short. They study for 3 1/2 hours a day/5 days a week (Sat. – Wed.). I don’t know the tuition for children. In Shaa Allaah I’ll get more information.

There is a hadhaanah (daycare) for the babies near our classrooms, so you’re always close enough if they need you.  The hadhaanah is only open during the days/times of the adult schedule (4 days a week).

There are buses if you need transportation: $300 SAR per month.  Discount possible if more than one family member signs up for it.

Haneefah

89 thoughts on “Daarul Haafithaat al ‘Ishreen – Quraan Memorization School for Women & Children

  1. Assalaamu’alaikum..ukhtee haneefah,can i enroll to this school of memorization?should i be the resident of jeddah first or will i be able to make a student visa to start the lesson in the school? Syukran for your info..umm hazim al indunusiyah

  2. Wa ‘alaikumus salaamu wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh yaa ukhtee. Na’am, the school is open to all sisters. You can enroll once you get here In Shaa Allaah. Visas are not issued. Baarakallaahu feeki.

    Haneefah

  3. As salaamu ‘alaikum. The daycare is $700 Riyaals per year. You may get a discount if you enroll more than one child, Allaahu Aa’lam.

    Please contact the school for current bus rates. The fee depends on your locale and needs (round trip or one way, number of passengers in your family).

    Haneefah

  4. As salaamu ‘alaikum. The ‘Arabic grammar teacher, hafithahallaah, will teach Madeenah Book 1 every morning (Sat. – Tues.) at 8:15 A.M.

    The ahaadeeth teacher plans to teach ‘Aqeedah as well. Tabaarakallaah, they have neat lil ‘Aqeedah workbooks for the students, how nice.

    Haneefah

  5. As salaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. The school is now closed (temporarily) for Hajj break. It’ll reopen in 2 weeks bi idhnillaah.

    Any sister in Jeddah looking for afforable ‘Arabic classes should sign up In Shaa Allaah. The sister teaching is very good Maa Shaa Allaah. Even if you’ve completed book 1, I still think you’ll find the classes helpful, Allaahu Aa’lam.

    Haneefah

  6. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu ya Umma Su’aad. Any idea when the school will resume inshaALLAH? I am new in Jeddah mashaALLAH. Wish so much to attend the duroos, esp Arabic language and Qur’aan. I am living in Mushreefa district, hope that is not too far from Safaa.inshaALLAH.

    Jazakillahu khayran. May ALLAH Preserve you and all of us upon khayr fiddunya wal akhirah ameen. Wassalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu.

    UmAhmed binti Tam Chee Swee
    Jeddah, KSA

  7. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Maa Shaa Allaah! Ukhtee, I was surprised to see “Jeddah KSA” as a part of your signature. Alhamdulillaah you finally made it here.

    Normally Daarul Haafithaat opens, gives exams, take breaks and closes at the same time of the Saudi schools so, more than likely it’ll reopen after ‘Eid al Fitr, Allaahu Aa’lam. I will post the exact date when I get it bi idhnillaah.

    I have no idea where the Hayy Mushreefa is. Do you know what hayy you’re near? Any landmarks? Sooqs? Hotels? Malls?

    ‘Arabic Classes – I called the Jeddah Da’wah Center for women. I keep getting the answering machine. I will post the telephone numbers for these centers in a little bit In Shaa Allaah.

    Jazaakillaahu khairan.

    Haneefah

  8. asalamun alaikum.
    I want to join for the arabic classes. How many hours per day are they held?

  9. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam. The school is closed for summer break and on top of that, the ‘Arabic instructor had to stop her classes. Allaahu Aa’lam if she resume when school opens.

    I’m personally looking to attend an ‘Arabic ma’had for women near my home. The classes are about $1,500 SAR for a 3 hrs per day, 4 days a week, for 3 months. Not enough clock time, but it’s better than nothing. I’ll write you again when I have more details if you’re interested In Shaa Allaah.

    Haneefah

  10. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu

    Wa jazakillahu khayran ya Umma Su’aad. Na’am, we were stranded in San’aa for a little over 2 weeks for the process of the papers to enter Saudi. Walhamdulillah ALLAH Eased our way to Jeddah.

    Our location: My husband said we are neighbours to Hayy Bani Malik, Hayy Onaikesh and Hayy Sharafiyyah. We are in a place famously called as “Macarona Street”. The nearest known sooq to us is Sooq ash-Sharq (شرق) and there is also a new branch of Citymax within walking distance mashaALLAH.

    I am sad to hear that the instructor might stop the Arabic class cos i really need Arabic. ALLAH Al-Musta’an. Please keep us informed if you managed to get more about any Arabic classes inshaALLAH. Are they teaching using Medina Books?

    Barakallahu feeki. Wassalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu.

    UmAhmed

  11. As salaamu alaykum wa rahmatuLlaahi wa barakaatuh,

    Hay Al-Mushrifah is pretty close to Hay As-Safaa, probably around 5-10 minutes insha’Allaah. I don’t know exactly where Daarul Haafithaat is, but for the Hay As-Safaa area, if you’re on Macarona St., you could take Tahliyah, make a right on Tahliyah (left will take you towards Madinah Rd.), and once you pass Amir Miti’ib St. (aka Arba’een) the left side area should be Hay As-Safaa.

    Sis Haneefah, you could try calling the Jeddah Dawah Center from 9AM-12Noon, Sun-Wed. insha’Allaah. For Arabic Classes, they decided to do the Al-Arabiyyatu Bayna Yadayk (Arabic Between Your Hands) – Allaahu’alam if they would re-consider the Madinah Series if there’s more demand for it. Insha’Allaah if you know more sisters who might be interested, I could then ask my husband if they would re-consider.

    Umm Ahmed, there’s also another Dawah Center closer to you, they also teach the Al-Arabiyyatu Bayna Yadayk. It’s off of Ameer Maajid St. (aka Saba’een St.), behind a big bookstore called Tihama (I think).

    BarakaAllaahufeekunna.

  12. Ok…Jeddah Dawah Center Sister’s Section is open from 9AM-1:30PM Sun-Wed & Fri; 6PM-9PM Wed. & Thurs. Phone No. is 682-8888 Ext. 200/240/202. You could ask for Sister Jehan insha’Allaah.

  13. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu.

    What a good news mashaALLAH. Walhamdulillah. Jazakillahu khayr for all the information ya Umm Mussab. It is very hard to study alone. I hope that they allow me to bring my 17months baby. Anyway i will try to contact them soonest bi ithnillah.

    Ohyea, do you know where we can get the Al-Arabiyyatu Bayna Yadayk inshaALLAH? This is the first time i hear about this book. Does it has the same structure like the madeenah series?

    Barakallahu feekunna. Wassalamu’alaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu.

    UmAhmed

  14. As salaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Jazaakunnallaahu khairan. I appreciate the info, Alhamdulillaah.

    Re: ‘Arabic Language Intensive Summer Course (‘Arabiyyah Bayna Yadaik) – I went to the school on Prince Sultaan St.

    Umm Ahmed, the mudeerah will allow you to bring your child only if he is quiet. There are night classes, so if you’re able to leave the baby at home with his father then, khairan In Shaa Allaah. I asked about bringing my daughter…this is what I was told.

    Books – Text books are provided upon payment.

    Tuition –
    $1,300 SAR. You can pay in increments if need be. In Shaa Allaah I will place a map to the school and related info in another post.

    Jazaakillaahu khairan ukht Sarah for the E-mail. Maa Shaa Allaah the school is beautiful. The classes are not crowded and the students seem calm and mature.

    Haneefah

  15. Here is Aboo Imraan’s Book Review on Bayna Yadayk:
    bookreviewsbyabooimraan.blogspot.com/2007/06/book-review-arabic-between-your-hands.html

    Insha’Allaah Sister Haneefah could also help us get more info about the various Arabic books. BarakaAllaahufeeha.

    I don’t have the complete set yet, I just got Book 1 a few weeks ago. Basically, an overview for Book 1 – Unit 1 is on Greetings and Intros, Unit 2: The Family; Unit 3: Residence; Unit 4: Daily Life, ……Salaah, Souq, Hajj and Umrah, etc. 16 Units for Book 1. At the beginning of each unit, there’s a dialogue, after that is vocabulary, then various exercises. Very nicely put together masha’Allaah tabaraka’Allaah (just too many pictures, I opted to blot out the faces.)

    I jumped from the Madinah Series to this book because (my bad!), I’ve lagged so much with the Madinah Series trying to perfect and absorb grammar rules, etc before proceeding to the next lesson. The book is excellent masha’Allaah, but what I really need right now is to be able to communicate outside, and it seems like the Bayna Yadayk is working out for me in this aspect. I guess you just have to mix between the available books out there to really maximize the learning experience.

  16. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh yaa Umm Mussab. I totally agree with you. “Al ‘Arabiyyah Bayna Yadaik” gives you what you need to speak and understand immediately versus the “Arabic Course for Eng. Speaking Students.” Both are helpful, but A.B.Y is better (for me), Wallaahu Aa’lam.

    Various ‘Arabic Books – In Shaa Allaah I’ll share a list of good ones.

    Here’s more on ‘Arabiyyah Bayna Yadaik……

    Description taken from the book:

    This series is designed for the non-‘Arab, senior level student. With a collection of audio on an MP3 CD it helps the student learn ‘Arabic through listening and conversation along with reading and writing. The series stresses communication and also offers glimpses into the ‘Arabic culture, both Islaamic and national. Divided into 3 grades, it contains textbooks and workbooks combined in one book. The entire series can be taught intensively in 300 classes, averaging 45 minutes one class, 100 classes for each grade. If the program is not intensive, it can be taught within a three-year period.

    Features: Classical ‘Arabic only – Not Available in English. Modern methodology

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    The introductions to the series are very nice, Maa Shaa Allaah. One of them was written by Dr. Muhammad bin ‘Abdur Rahmaan Aali Shaykh. There are several quotes regarding the status and obligation of the ‘Arabic language from the likes of Ibn Taymiyyah, Imaam Ash Shaafi’ee, Imaam As Sayootee, al Hasan al Basree, rahimahumullaah.

    There’s also step by step instructions for the teacher. It shows them how to teach the book properly. – That in itself is commendable. I don’t agree with the description of it being for one on a senior level of ‘Arabic, however it is not for an absolute beginner. I could be wrong, Allaahu Aa’lam. In Shaa Allaah an intermediate student will do fine. It is taught in many of the schools here and is laid out in a teacher/student format. I did not listen to the whole CD, but it appears that there’s no explanation of the series on it, just a narrator reading through the lessons. Allaahu Aa’lam.

    One of the things I like most about the series is how it stresses proper pronunciation instead of just focusing on reading, memorization of new vocabulary words, listening, writing, etc. Subhaanallaah, look at some of the examples taken from the book and you’ll see how important it is to pronounce the letters properly. A mere slip of the tongue changes the meaning.

    Examples:

    1. كَرّ – Karra – Attack.
    خرّ – Kharra – Murmur, ripple.

    2. كبير – Kabeer – Big, massive, grand, considerable, etc. (There are many other meanings for this word).
    خبير – Khabeer – Experienced, expert, proficient, etc. (There are other meanings for this word).

    3. نُتْفَة – Nutfah – Snatch.
    نطفة – Nutfah – Male and female sexual discharge.

    Haneefah

  17. Wa’alaikumussalaam warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu.

    MashaALLAH. Very good news mashaALLAH. Jazakumallahu khayr katheeran katheeran!! I am really happy to read all these walhamdulillah.

    May ALLAH Ease our way of seeking beneficial ‘ilm ameen. Barakallahu feekunna ya akhawatee.

    UmAhmed

  18. Assalamu Alaikum

    Thank you so much for all this information…but I am a little confused. I’m interested in the Arabic Language intensive summer course, but it wasnt very clear for me… are there more than one location where it is taught? Can you also give me a phone number, and tell me when the classes start? Thank you so much!

  19. Update:

    Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. “Jeddah Da’wah Center” and the “Jeddah Center for the ‘Arabic Language” are two different centers.

    Haneefah

  20. السلام عليكم أنا أدرس القرءان الكريم و علومه منذ 3 سنوات بدار أبي بن كعب بمصر و أنا بالفرقة الثالثة الآن و أستعد لامتحان نهاية العام و مدة الدراسة بالمعهد 6 سنوات. و لكنني سوف أنتقل للاقامة مع زوجي بجدة أول سبتمبر 2008 و أتمنى أن أجد مدرسة أو دار لأكمل بها حفظ القرءان حيث أني بفضل الهه أحفظ من سورة مريم حتى سورة الناس (حوالي 15 جزء) فهل أجد رد على سؤالي و اقتراح بعض أسماء المدارس أو المعاهد التي يمكنني الانتساب اليها بشرط أن تكون الدراسة صباحية. جزاكم الله خيرا. ام أحمد(مصــر)

  21. Assalamu alaikum dear sisters,

    I am new to Jeddah and I would like to get in touch with sisters here and participate in different classes as well insha’Allah.
    I live in Rawdah, and have three children. My boys are 4 and 7 and I’m homeschooling them, and my baby daughter is 8 months old alhamdulillah.
    I would appreciate if you could get in touch with me insha’Allah.

    Jazakunnna Allahu khairan.
    Ummu ‘Abdillaah

  22. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Umm ‘Abdullaah, In Shaa Allaah I will send you an E-mail today. You’re not far from Daarul Haafithaat. Give them a call after ‘Eid.

    It’s great that you’re home schooling your children. Are you using an online program or your own curriculum?

    Classes in Jeddah – I have to call around for updates on the class times.

    Umm Ahmad (Sawsan), hafithakillaah. There are many hifth schools here in Jeddah that you can attend. Anyone of them can assist you with completing the Quraan and cater to your individual needs, bi idhnillaah. It will be Ramadhaan when you arrive, – all schools are closed until after ‘Eid. You can always request that you continue on from Soorah Maryam to An Naas. Some teachers like to follow a curriculum and will have everyone working on the same soorah, while others will allow you to choose. Just ask In Shaa Allaah. Give the Tahfeeth Headquarters a call to find a school near you In Shaa Allaah.

    Umm Zubair, I plan to return to the Jeddah Center for the ‘Arabic Language after ‘Eid In Shaa Allaah unless Daarul Haafithaat gets a new ‘Arabic teacher.

    Here’s the contact info for JCAL.

    Billaahit tawfeeq.

    Haneefah

  23. Salamu alaikom sis Haneefah,

    Can you please post the contact info to the Jeddah Center for Arabic language & do they have classes for kids ages 3-7?

  24. Btw, I wantd to say tht May Allaah reward you for helping your sisters in Islam to find resources in Jeddah, it is difficult at times……

  25. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Yes it can be difficult at times, that’s one of the reasons why I started blogging about life here in Jeddah.

    JCAL No classes for kids at JCAL.

    Mama et Moi’ offers ‘Arabic classes for kids. My daughter is not enrolled, I can’t give you any feedback. Baarakallaahu feeki.

  26. Salam alikoum
    I am looking for a school for my wife i live in the Azizia district.
    We just moved here from America need to learn everything from start inshAllah. Please give me the info to find the school and register my wife. BarakaAllahu fikoum

  27. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam. Have your wife contact me In Shaa Allaah. I will put her in contact with a friend that attends the school regularly. She’ll give her all the info she needs to get started.

    *The school is closed until after ‘Eid.*

  28. Assalaamu alaikum sister,

    alhamdulillah, I am so glad to see this blog, I was looking for something like this. So are the classes taught in English and can I only do a course that last only a couple of month maybe, just to start with. Because we live in the US and my husband works here and is not planning to move to KSA yet. I also would like to enroll my 4 year old son. How about accomodation and other expenses? I really need to learn arabic and wanted a hifth school for me and my son inshaAllah

    Barakallahu feekum

  29. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. All classes are in Arabic at Daarul Haafithaat. I am not sure if the ‘Arabic Language teacher will return this year. She speaks English well enough to help Western students understand the lesson. Check it out In Shaa Allaah. Ask the principal to give you a few days to sit in (without registering) to get a feel for things.

    As for not being able to speak/understand the language….Don’t allow this to hinder you. There are many English speaking students in attendance that will help. Being in an Arabic speaking environment may seem hard at first, but I assure you, you WILL pick up the language if you try.

    My classmates at the time were kind and extremely helpful. We shared notes, translated for each other, helped one another with memorization, one would recite while the other listened and followed along.

    The ahaadeeth teacher would speak in a manner conducive to our level and she’d make gestures and such which helped tremendously. You will grasp a lot and build your vocabulary without having to have everything translated. This may sound strange, but it is very true. Listen carefully, watch the facial expressions, gestures, note the situation, etc. All these things will help you understand what’s been conveyed.

    I will post some info on Quraan classes taught in the English language in a few minutes.

    Billaahit tawfeeq.

  30. Assalamualaikum sister…

    I really glad to find this blog since i can find full informations about islam surroundings. I am looking for a quran school for me and my son( 3 and a half years old). I live in Sharafeyyah, Do you have any informations about quran school closed to my home?..
    Syukron katsir…
    Wassalamualaikum..
    echa

  31. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Yes ukhtee, just give me a minute to get the info for you In Shaa Allaah.

    I saw your comment on the Safiyah bint ‘Abdil Mutallib school…I did not post it because Desert Diaries is an FYI blog and has no affiliation with that school or any other institution. In Shaa Allaah give them a call so that they can adequately answer your questions.

    If you need me to call on your behalf, no problem, just let me know.

    Haneefah

  32. As salaamu ‘alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh.
    please i want you to asist me to get information on Hifth School in Jeddah, Quraan Memorization school ,for my son , we are nigerian working in sudan.

  33. Perhaps I am a bit late in this but I am also interested in taking some classes and meeting other sisters as I am new here to Jeddah. Are there prerequisites?

  34. All you need is a copy of your iqaamah, a green folder (smiles), and the tuition. Your level of Quraan/’Arabic really doesn’t matter. If you speak/understand well you’ll enter the advanced class, if not, you’ll enter the mahl ummiyyah classes. No entry exams.

  35. There’s been some changes…All duroos at D. Haafithaat are now being taught in the English language.

    I will update you on other classes available cross-country In Shaa Allaah. If you complete the program, you’ll have an equivalent to a 6th grade education in the ‘Arabic language (this includes subjects like reading, writing, math, etc.)

  36. Assalamualaikum warahmatullahe wabarakatuhu

    Any fresh updates on the classes in Darul Haafidhaat ya UmSuaad? Jazakillahu khayran

    UmAhmed al-Maleziyyah

  37. As salamalaikum wa rahmatullah

    I am looking for quran Memorization school and arabic language (prefer arabs teacher) for my children aged boys – 10 & 8 yrs and girls – 7 and 4 yrs in evening after 5 pm
    I m from Azizia District Jeddah ,Sahafa street near souk manarat and fire station.

    please guide to some good school who can help for quran memorization and also teach arabic language.

    Jazak Allah Khayran
    Abu Yusuf

  38. as salami alaikum.
    is this classes 4 only saudiz or for AJNABEE..bcoz im pak. and don’t knw arabic a lot n now wanna admission in the madrassa…I’m 23 years old but unmarried.
    thnx

  39. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rhamtullaahi wa barakaatuh.

    Girls: Call the Tahfeeth Headquarters for a list of schools in your area.

    Boys: Markazul Furqaan li Ta’leemil Quraan has an exceptional reputation for hifth.

    Tele: 697 0333 ext. 201

    Iqra, Daarul Haafithaat has changed it’s program a bit. All courses cater to non-Arabic speaking students at the moment. I ‘ll contact my old classmates and teachers to see if things will change once the new school year has started In Shaa Allaah.

  40. Salamualakum,
    How are you? I hope you are well, inshallah!
    I live in Jeddah in Al Rawdah. I want to take Arabic and Quran classes but I am not sure if you still over the classes you listed a few years ago on the blog. I want intensive classes in the evening, if you still offer transportation, I would like to register for your courses.

    Salam,
    Remah

  41. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh Remah. This blog isn’t affiliated with Daarul Haafithaat. I simply post updates and info for sisters interested in studying there. I’m awaiting confirmation on whether or not the mahl ummiyyah classes will start next school year. I’ll inform you as soon as I’m able to.

    You may want to try to enroll at Daarul Hudaa. I heard their classes were intense. There are programs setup throughout the kingdom training sisters to become callers to Islaam. These da’wiyyah programs are also intense.

    Forgive my vague answers. I’m in Abhaa at the moment. Once I return to Jeddah I’ll be able to assist you and others more In Shaa Allaah.

    May Allaah grant you success in all that is good for your dunyaa and aakhirah.

  42. Salam sis,
    Jazakallahukhairun for your response. May Allah reward you imensely for the time you have taken out to do this. I am sorry to have disturbed your trip inshallah all is well in Abha. And ameen to your sweet dua! I am interested in learning about the various programs and activities available to muslim sisters in this area and I am very happy I stumbled upon this blog :) :)

    I will try to look into finding out were Dar Al Hudda is.

    Thanks again and Take Care,
    Remah

  43. as salam,
    i have a son 14 years old ( diasbled kids) any way he have huffaz 5 juzuk of quran during his study at Malaysia,
    i like my son to continued his huffaz at here ( jeddah), can you please advised me when can i register my son to the huffaz school, coz i dont want him to waste his time with watch tv,
    need your urgent advised
    thank you

  44. Assalaamualaikum, I am coming to Makkah fir umrah in ramadhaan insha Allah. As I am from England I would like assistance in continuing with my tahfeez. Would this be possible?

  45. Assalam aleykee wa rahmatulah , Ramadhan Karim Ya oukhti Admin al karima ! Please can you contact me on my email adress , I have a question insha Allah . Barakalahoufeekee …..

  46. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh.
    Al Furqaan has a wonderful program for boys.

    As for programs for sisters in Makkah, please give me time to network for you In Shaa Allaah.

    Omm Issa, Sure thing, In Shaa Allaah. Wa feeki baarakallaah.

    To all sisters: If you need to contact me directly, you may do so at umm suaad at gmail dot com.

    Ramadhaan mubaarak.

  47. assalamalikum

    i have 2 kids one is 5 years old and other is 3 can you please help me with a good school where they can learns quran hadiths and all in arabic and english
    and your opnion on al bayan international school

  48. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh sister. I’m well by Allaah’s Mercy. Jazaakillaahu khair.

    There are Quraan schools there, but I don’t have any info regarding them. I will try to get some names and numbers for you bi idhnillaah.

  49. Salam ahlikoum
    do you know a school close to hay salama for women and for children (boy 8 years, girl 9 years). We want to learn quran, arabic, and deen!
    My children don’t speak arabic, so they need scool adapted for them.
    The phone number of The Salafee Tahfeeth School is not good, i tried to call them for information but any answer.
    Barakallah oufik for your help

  50. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Check your E-mail for info on Daarul Mubarrah, Madrasah Safiyyah bint ‘Abdil Mutallib and Sunflower Preschool.

    Jazaakillaahu khairal jazaa.

  51. salam ahlikoum,
    Sister Hanneefah, do you have a correct phone number for this school please (this one is out of service).

    and Thanks to you, you make a huge work to help people like me who don’t know where to go,

    Allah protects you and your family and helps you in your job !

  52. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. Aameen.

    You’re quite welcome. I hope they’re still open! I’ll update you as soon as I can.

    Baarakallaahu feeki.

  53. assalamalikum

    i have 2 kids one is 7 years old and other is 9 can you please help me with a good school where they can learns quran hadiths and all in arabic and english..Jazaakillaahu khairal

  54. Assalamu alaiykom sister, i just came across your blog mashaAllah. I am a single sister living in Europe and would like to move to saudi and memorize the Quran and also learn arabic for a year. Do you think i am allowed to enter saudi as a single lady? and will i be able to enroll at a madrassa? jazakallah.

  55. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I will send you info on how to enroll in Universities such as Ummul Qurra, etc. In Shaa Allaah. Institutes as such have an ‘Arabic Language program for foreigners.

    Quraan memorization schools do not offer students visas or iqaamahs.

    May Allaah open a door to khair for you, aameen.

  56. Wa wlaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I believe the school has closed. I’ll confirm with an ex-classmate tonight In Shaa Allaah.

    Your du’aa is most appreciated. Baarakallaahu feeki.

  57. i live in makkah having kids 10 and 12 are there any quran madarsa and hifz institutes in makkah kindly let me know urgently

  58. Salam. I live in Khalidiyah. A non-arab. I do read Qura’an. I wish to learn it the perfect way & to do Hifz (memorisation). I’d need transportation. Please help me.

  59. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I have friends in Hayy Khaalidiyyah. Give me a minute to network for you, In Shaa Allaah. I’ll update you ASAP.

  60. AsSalamAlaikum

    I m looking for good tahfeez madrasa for boys and girls near Aziziya Jeddah or near by districts, Please help ..JazakAllahhu Khair

  61. Asalaamu alaikum wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu.

    I am looking for a boys tahfeez school for the memorization of the Holy Quran. I live in Al-Awali, Makkah, K.S.A.

    If anyone knows any tahfeez schools in Makkah, please contact me.

  62. Assalamu alikum warahmatullahi wabarakatuhu
    I am looking for quran hifz class for ladies and kids in al khobar.can you please help

  63. I want to know details of classes in jeddah dawah centre back of habitat.n dar al hafidath..in hera street..

  64. Wa ‘alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I’m not familiar with Khobar. I’ll call the Tahfeeth hotline and get back to you with info as soon as I can, In Shaa Allaah.

  65. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh Aliya. The school has closed. I will look for alternatives for you, In Shaa Allaah.

  66. Assalamu Alaikum sister.
    can u please guide me on a good evening madrassa for my 8year old daughter with thajweed and thahfeez.
    may Allah except ur deeds.

  67. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. I live in Abha now, so I don’t know what’s going on in Jeddah at the moment. I will ask a few friends about night courses and get back to you as soon as I have answer, In Shaa Allaah.

    Baarakallaahu feeki.

  68. AsSalam alaikum

    I d like to know if there are tahfeez school for kids boys and girls in Alkhobar.

    The number given in this page is not working.
    Jazakallah khair

  69. Salam aleikum oukhti
    I am sooo sorry that the school closed ! Did you know a another tahfidh for ladies where a can learn arabic language and Quran ???

    I am living in Jeddah.

    Jazaki Lahou khayran for your time !

  70. As Salam Alaykum

    I am from Jeddah, Aziziya District, My daughters are studying in Private saudi National school, studies are good but the English level is very low, do any one know any good private saudi national school (reasonable fees) where English language are taught intensively..

    JazakAllahu Khairun

  71. alsalaam alaykum

    I am looking for a quraan institute near mohammadiyah district . its for my 4 Years old son , I would like it to be in the after noon period . after his school . as an extra studies.i hope you can help me .

    thank you

  72. Assalamu aliakum I am nigerian I want to join the school with my 4 years Dauther what should I do in terms of accommodation .advise me please is urgent cost I desperately in need to memorize holy Quran with my Dauther .

  73. Wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh. This school is no longer open dear sister. There are other branches in various cities all across the country though. There isn’t a sponsorship program for these types of tahfeeth schools, so accommodation will not be provided. Should you and your family make it here by way of employment, your employer will more than likely provide you with housing.

    May Allaah make it easy for you.

    Haneefah

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