Youngster with the Quran at her fingertips
Fathima Raihana is 11 years outdated, and she will be able to memorise the Quran.
Her achievement is probably not distinctive amongst women from throughout the world who memorise the Quran. But it’s definitely a creditable feat in Kerala, as she is the youngest lady to memorise the holy textual content in the State.
A scholar of Madin Academy at Malappuram, Fathima started memorising the Quran whereas she was in Standard 2. What attracted her to the scripture was its great thing about recitation. She used to hear keenly to her mom recite and train the Quran when she was very small. Before she turned seven, Fathima had discovered one in every of the 30 Juz of the Quran.
She remembers the present she obtained from Madin chairman Sayed Ibrahim Khaleel Bukhari when she discovered one Juz by coronary heart. “It was that award from Sayed Bukhari that inspired me and prodded me to memorise the entire Quran,” she mentioned. When she turned eight years outdated, Fathima memorised one third of the Quran. More than her eyes, she trusted and banked on her ears in her endeavour. “Rather than reading from the Quran, listening to the beautiful recitation from the Quran helped me memorise the verses,” she added.
When COVID-19 wreaked havoc throughout the world, Fathima transformed the laborious occasions to her comfort by sharply specializing in her goal. “I made use of the lockdown to complete the 30 Juz,” she mentioned. Hailing from Kunnamangalam in Kozhikode district, it was her ardour for the Quran that introduced her to Madin Academy. She joined Madin Q Land, the Quran institute for ladies, and did it proud by being the youngest lady to memorise the holy e-book. She had attended the Shaikha Fatima Bin Mubarak International Holy Quran Competition held in Dubai two years in the past.
“On listening to the various styles of Quranic recitations at that competition, I took a pledge to complete memorising the Quran as soon as I could,” she mentioned.
According to Sayed Ibrahim Khaleel Bukhari, it was Fathima’s dedication and persistence, aside from God’s grace, that helped her memorise the scripture at a younger age. Owner of a phenomenal voice, Fathima additionally dabbles in drawing and portray. Daughter of Zainuddin Nisami and V.P. Hajara, this Standard VI scholar aspires to turn into a physician.
Encomiums started pouring in for Fathima when she achieved the uncommon feat in Ramzan. Among those that congratulated her on her achievement have been Indian Grand Mufti Kanthapuram A.P. Aboobacker Musliar, Kerala Haj Committee chairman C. Mohammed Faizi, and former Haj Committee chairman A.K. Abdul Hameed.