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General Q & A
Why is our fee lower than others online Quran teaching websites and services?
- We don’t have a big amount of expense.
- All of our tutors teach from their own home so there is no travelling cost required to spend.
- We try to ensure that people from all regions can afford the fee.
- If you still need a big discount, just let us know and we will try to oversee it.
Which plan should I choose, when is the payment due and how can I pay?
- You can pay securely using debit / credit cards or pay pal.
- You can choose from 3 days, 5 days and 6 days plan. We recommend 5 days for the best learning experience.
- Payments needs to be paid in advanced.
- If you are already a student then payment is due at the start of each month cycle. e.g. If you paid on 10th of a month then the next fee is automatically deducted on the next 10th.
Is it correct to accept money for teaching Quran? Isn't it incorrect to take money for a rewardful task?
- Quran is a free gift from Allah to all the people. How are we supposed to charge money to teach it?
- Well, let’s think about this for a moment. Teachers, like all human being, require food, shelter, and clothing, as well as educational resources like books, computers, software, and internet expenses. They also need money to study and gain Islamic Knowledge to deliver it to us in a correct way.
- Our Prophet (sw) didn’t collect fees to teach the Quran, as he was a Prophet of Allah but he was often financially supported by those who studied from his teachings, and this gave him a lot more time and opportunity to spread the message of Allah.
- There are a Few Ahaadeeth which also indicates the permissibility of earning through teaching of Quran:
‘The thing for which you most deserve to take payment is the Book of Allaah,’ (narrated by al-Bukhaari),* and because there is a real need for that. And Allaah is the Source of strength. May Allah bless our Prophet Muhammad. [Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, vol. 4, p. 91]
There's one more narration in Sahih Bukhari which indicates the permissibility of earning wages through Quran even as a Ruqya:
On the authority of ibn ‘Abbaass: ‘Some of the companions of the Prophet passed by some people staying at a place where there was water, and one of those people had been stung by a scorpion. A man from those staying near the water, came and said to the companions of the Prophet, “Is there anyone among you who can do Ruqya as near the water there is a person who has been stung by a scorpion.” So one of the Prophet’s companions went to him and recited Surat-al- Fatiha for a sheep as his fees. The patient got cured and the man brought the sheep to his companions who disliked that and said, “You have taken wages for reciting Allah’s Book.” When they arrived at Medina, they said, ‘ O Allah’s Apostle! (This person) has taken wages for reciting Allah’s Book” On that Allah’s Apostle said, “You are most entitled to take wages for doing a Ruqya with Allah’s Book.”’ [Bukhari].