Tweeting the Qur’an 2021/1442 #ttQuran

Hussein Rashid, PhD
3 min readApr 7, 2021
West African case for Qur’anic inscription | © The British Museum

Traditionally, Muslims read the Qur’an in its entirety during Ramadan, in a section a day. The Qur’an is split into thirty sections, called juz’, and one section is read each night.

This year is the 13th year I am inviting people to tweet the Qur’an for Ramadan. I will be tweeting @islamoyankee.

Hussein Rashid, PhD

Founder of islamicate, L3C — consultancy for religious literacy and cultural competency. Writing on religion, culture, & politics.