With rapid advancements in internet voice communication technology more and more expatriate Muslims are choosing to learn to read Qur’an online and their decision to do so appears perfectly reasonable. The highest numbers of expatriate Muslims live in western countries where time is at a premium and distances are great. These Muslims, who earnestly wish to learn to read the Qur’an themselves, as well as to have their children learn to read Qur’an, often find it difficult to spare the time to travel to the local masjid (mosque), provided there is a masjid in the neighborhood at all.
The method to learn to read Qur’an for people who find themselves confronted with the problems mentioned above, unavailability of time to travel to a masjid and odd job hours, is to learn to read Qur’an online. They can now learn Qur’an from a qualified Qur’an tutor, in the comfort of their homes, without having to travel anywhere, and moreover, at a time of their own choice.
This can be done by taking free trial Qur’an classes at a reputable Qur’an school which has been teaching children and adults to read Qur’an for quite some time, and when one feels comfortable with the teaching method and is satisfied with one’s progress, then registering for regular classes at a time of your choice when you are free and do not have to run after household chores or go off to work.
There is hardly anyone living in English speaking countries, such as the United States of America, Britain, or Australia, who does not own a computer system, be it a desktop system or a laptop. Any computer with an internet connection is all it takes to begin learning Qur’an online.
If you have a computer system and an internet connection then, after you have registered for a free trial at a Qur’an school’s website, go to the Skype website and download the free software to your computer. This is the internet voice communication software which you will be using to communicate with your Qur’an tutor. Once you have installed the software to your computer, you will also need a pair of headphones or speakers, as well as a microphone, to communicate with your Qur’an tutor.