Salah is the second pillar of Islam, requiring Muslims to pray five times a day. The Quran emphasizes its importance, highlighting its role in achieving Taqwa, establishing a connection with Allah, and protecting against Satan’s influence. The significance of offering Salah in the afterlife and its role in promoting piety and righteousness is also mentioned. The daily prayers in Islam are a means of communication with Allah and a way to attain spiritual growth and mindfulness. No fundamental element of Islam has been stressed as much as prayer in the Holy Qur’an.
"Salat – The Muslim Prayer Book" is a comprehensive guide that provides detailed information about the significance, method, and importance of Salat (Muslim prayer). It covers the various aspects of the five daily prayers, including the specific movements, recitations, and supplications involved in each prayer. The book also delves into the spiritual, mental, and physical benefits of performing Salat regularly and offers insights into the significance of prayer in Islam. It serves as a valuable resource for Muslims seeking to deepen their understanding and practice of Salat.
This book, perhaps the best available on Muslim Prayer, discusses the nature, significance, and value of prayer. It contains all important prayers with Arabic text, translation and transliteration and short phrases of daily use. Illustrated with photographs.
The first step is to fill out a quick form The Form and we will send you the link of your Trial lesson on your mail and what’s app.
We are providing an onsite lessons only in Egypt, Otherwise will be online via any video call platform like Zoom.
Most students enroll in the Basic plan. The average student at WafaaKids spends around $64 per month. This approximately amounts to 8 teaching hours per month or 2 x 1-hour lessons per week which are suited for most levels and ensure the program goals are met. The pricing can be slightly different depending on the plan. We can see our pricing plans from here –> Pricing Plan
Over the years, we have had successes with very young students but we recognize that every child is different and some might have difficulty interacting with a teacher online. In general, we found that starting from age 7, there are rarely any issues with teaching online.
For younger ages, a guardian might need to accompany the student during the lessons initially to provide support until the student gets used to his/her teacher.
We understand that quality education can get expensive and therefore we offer a number of discounts to maximize the benefit for our students enrolled in our programs.
(1) Family Discounts: Students enrolled in our Basic and Pro plans receive 10% and 5% off respectively when 2 or more members of their family are enrolled in the same plan.
(2) Zakat Fund: For students who experience financial hardship, WafaaKids maintains a Zakat eligible fund that is used towards partially or fully subsidizing fees. You will be required to provide documentation to demonstrate your eligibility.