Bayyinah's 1-Month Qur'an &
Arabic Summer Intensive
Bayyinah's 1-Month Qur'an &
Arabic Summer Intensive
Bayyinah's 1-Month Qur'an &
Arabic Summer Intensive
Bayyinah's 1-Month Qur'an &
Arabic Summer Intensive
There is something really amazing about sitting with other students who all have remarkable stories of how they got here - individuals trying to learn something and better themselves. People come together from far and wide and start off as strangers, but very quickly become family as if you've known them your whole life. 

I've had the honor of meeting some of the most remarkable people at Quran Intensive, people who have impressed me and continue to inspire me. Every year over the last six years, I am increasingly involved in teaching and working with educational programs. However, no matter what I have been doing all year, I look forward to Quran Intensive and being in that classroom again. 

This year we have a very special treat: Quran Intensive will be taught by both Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan and myself, giving this year's students the opportunity to benefit from two teachers instead of just one. We're excited for the new year and we look forward to seeing you in class! 

Sh. AbdulNasir Jangda

Starting on July 7th, 2017 spend 30 days & nights of Qur'an & Arabic immersion. 
Our tried and tested curriculum has been proven for 
6 consecutive years.
Several package plans available with all amenities included for single & family.
Take a look at what our 
 Qur'an Intensive graduates have to say about the program.
The program accomplishes in thirty enjoyable days what would typically take six months. Whether you’re a working professional, high school/college student or an entire family looking for a productive and fun vacation, you can make your summer truly rewarding by attending the Qur’an Intensive.
At the end of QI, insh'Allah you'll walk away with the ability to open up the Qur'an and grammatically analyze ayats. By looking at individual words then fragments and then the roles of words in sentences, students are able to comprehend and translate a respectable amount of the Qur'an in just 30 days. 
We are also excited to invite teachers and community leaders who are entrusted with educating their communities at an Islamic school, a weekend school or through Halaqat to come and gain insight into the instructional techniques used by Bayyinah’s reputable teachers. We encourage communities and organizations to sponsor members of their staff and congregation who serve in an educational capacity to attend this program.

Classical Arabic Grammar:

  • Intro to Classical Arabic
  •  Syntax (Nahw)
  •  Noun (Ism) fragments (combinations)
  •  Nominal sentences (Jumlah Ismiyyah) and its identifiers
  •  Conditional sentences
  •  Rhetorical implications of varying sentence structure
All examples, exercises and application during this portion of the course will be based on passages from the Qur’an that will be covered in the Tafsir part of the course. 
Arabic Morphology:

  •  4 fundamental tenses for the verb (Fi’l): past, present, imperative and forbidding
  •  Inflection of the present tense verb (Fi’l)
  •  Passive vs. active voice (Majhool and Ma’roof)
  •  Passive vs. active voice (Majhool and Ma’roof)
  • Nominal derivatives (Al-Asma al-Mushtaqqah)
All examples, exercises and application during this portion of the course will be based on passages from the Qur’an that will be covered in the Tafsir part of the course. 
Tafsir Studies:

  • Thematic coherence and structure
  •  Connectivity between Ayat, passages and Suwar, & Linguistic word analysis
  •  Grammatical nuances & Rhetorical observations
  •  Commentary based on Tafseer & Hadith and interpretation of earlier generations
  •  Personal reflections and lessons for contemporary times
A comprehensive study a Surah.
The purpose of this part of the course is not only to practically apply the insight gained from the Arabic part of the intensive, but also to engage in a deeper study of the book of Allah and learn to reflect upon its beauty and message.
JULY 7th- AUGUST 6th, 2017
We have several packages custom tailored to meet your every need. Whether traveling alone, or with your whole family, we have the perfect package for your budget and needs.
Our goal is to ensure that you have the most enjoyable and comfortable experience without having to worry about the discomforts of traveling by providing full-time support to each and every one of you. 
"As I am reading more, I am noticing more than I ever thought I would ".
"I now have the drive to read more Qur'an than before".

"I wanted to understand what I was saying and have a better connection in my salah".
"I definitely have a better understanding of the Arabic language".

Dallas born and raised, AbdulNasir Jangda began his studies in Karachi at age 10 to memorize the Qur’an, and again after high school for the 7 year Alim Course at Jamia Binoria, concurrently completing a bachelors and two masters degrees in Arabic and Islamic Studies. In 2002, he returned to Dallas to teach university Arabic, instruct and advise several Islamic Studies programs, and serve as the Imam of the Colleyville Masjid.

He is a founding member and chairman of Mansfield Islamic Center, an instructor at Bayyinah Institute, and the founder and director of Qalam Institute. His current projects aim to provide accessible, relevant and transformative Islamic education. Through his weekly Seerah podcasts, annual intensive programs on an array of subjects, and the full-time Seminary, Shaykh AbdulNasir teaches and personally mentors students, professionals, and families in an environment catered for them.

Ustadh Nouman Ali Khan was recently listed among the top 500 most influential Muslims in the world. He is the CEO of Bayyinah Institute and through it, he has been furthering the cause of Qur'an awareness and Arabic education throughout the world. With social media following in the several millions, he continues to leverage his world-wide reach to promote a better understanding of the Qur'an based on rigorous research yet easy to understand language.

He has already completed a video translation of the entire Qur'an and is now dedicated to completing an exhaustive tafsir over the course of the next few years. He respectfully asks for your prayers in order for him to complete this noble mission.

Aatifa Shareef is a psychology graduate student at the University of Dallas as well as an Alimiyah student at the Qalam Seminary. Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, she graduated with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Religious Studies from Northwestern University. At Northwestern, she was heavily involved in the MSA and attended the first Quran Intensive in 2011.

After graduating, she went on to study at the 9-month Bayyinah Dream program, graduating as valedictorian. She currently works as an instructor for the Qalam Institute and is interested in combining her two fields of study by understanding psychology in an Islamic context and providing counseling for the Muslim community in America.

How much Arabic do I need to know to take this course?
This course is designed for beginners who have no background in Arabic grammar. We only require that students have the ability to read Quran in Arabic, even if it is at a slow pace. The ability to write in Arabic is strongly recommended.
Are there scholarships offered for the course?
We offer limited scholarships per year to qualified students. Please direct all scholarship requests to
What are the class timings?
Saturday-Thursday: 8AM to 2PM | Friday: 6PM to 8PM.
Will students receive certificates upon completion?
Students who complete the course with us will receive a course completion certificate.
Which airport should I fly into?
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) or Dallas Love Field (DAL).
When should I arrive for the Qur’an Intensive?
Preferably earlier during the day on Friday, July 7 as the orientation will take place that night after the Maghrib prayer at the Carrollton Masjid.
Will there be babysitting available?
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide babysitting for the duration of the program. There are areas in the Masjid separated by glass where parents can sit and participate in the class with their children.
How will I be assigned a roommate if I am registering to lodge at the program?
Roommates will be paired according to gender. Students registering together may request roommates but CANNOT be guaranteed. Couples and families will be accommodated accordingly. A form to request roommates will be sent out. Please wait for the form and do not email us separately asking for your room assignment.
What if I register for the class and then decide it's not for me? Is there a refund policy?
Cancellation & Refund Policy:
Refund requested by April 1st, Amt Refundable (less 5% processing fee)100%
Refund requested by May 1st, Amt Refundable (less 5% processing fee)70%
Refund requested by June 1st, Amt Refundable (less 5% processing fee)50%
Any requests after June 1st is not eligible for a refund
What if I must miss a class?
We encourage students to make every effort to attend class, however we understand that sometimes circumstances do not permit this. Class lecture will not be recorded. We encourage students who have missed class to reach out to classmates for missed notes and homework assignments.
What materials do I need for this class?
The course tuition will cover all the class textbooks and workbooks. Students should bring any note taking material they need, such as writing utensils. A laptop or tablet and copy of the Qur’an is recommended for tafseer in the evening.
When should I plan my departure from Dallas?
We advise you to fly out on the evening of August 5, which will be the final class day or leave on the morning of August 6. Hotel checkout will be August 6 at noon.
Will I be picked up at the airport?
Yes, inshaa Allah. Once completely registered you will be emailed a form requesting your flight information. Please fill it out immediately. Do not email us your itinerary unless asked. Someone from our team will reach out 2 weeks before July 7th with a pick-up time.
Is this course available online?
This course is not available online.
I have additional questions. How can I contact you?
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