Explore the different types of Qur’anic recitation and why they exist.
Contributor | Imam Ammar Khatib is a scholar of the Qur'anic sciences and specialist in Arabic linguistics. He has written many treatises on matters related to qira’at and the Qur'anic text, and has collaborated closely with Dr. Ghanim Qaduri al-Hamad, one of the foremost specialists in Qur'anic studies in the Muslim world. He is a volunteer Imam in Winnipeg and consultant for the Manitoba Islamic Association Fiqh Committee.
Director of Research Strategy | Dr. Nazir Khan MD FRCPC is the President of Yaqeen Canada and the Director of Research Strategy at Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research. He is a Neuroradiologist and Assistant Professor at McMaster University. He is also a specialist in the Qur’anic sciences with certification (ijāzah) in the ten readings of the Qur’an through both major and minor routes of transmission. He has also received other certifications (ijāzāt) in Qurʾānic studies (ʿUlūm al-Qurʾan), Hadith, and Islamic theology (ʿaqīdah). He memorized the whole Qur'an during his youth and has served as an Imam for many years. He has taught Islamic theology and Qur’anic studies classes, workshops, and seminars and is a consultant for the Manitoba Islamic Association Fiqh Committee. Dr. Khan completed his residency at the University of Manitoba and fellowship in Diagnostic Neuroradiology at the University of Calgary. His expertise in both medical sciences and Islamic theology uniquely positions him to address challenging contemporary questions regarding faith, reason, and science.