I've written a simple program that generates Anki cards for the Quran automatically. My card looks like this:
The first line is an ayah, the second line is the surah number, ayah number and the surah's name, and the audio recording (on an external website). The last line is the translation. (Or rather, explanation or tafsir; in Islamic tradition it's wrong to say that the Quran is translated).
I've chosen a tafsir in Russian which matches the Arabic text almost 1-1, so I can easily guess which word is which. (I'd go for Turkish but 1-1 is impossible between Arabic and Turkish.)
Also, following Karavinka's advice, I've removed the limits on max new cards and max reviews per day. The whole thing looks very cool... Let's see how effective it is.
And one more change. I've dropped Turkish and archived my Anki deck.
I'll be in Turkey in just 1 week so I'm pretty sure I won't lose it, and I can always decide to improve it later. So now I only have Kurmanji Kurdish and Arabic (different registers) on the plate.
My new schedule will now look like this:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday - Kurdish days
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - Arabic days
Sunday - whatever I feel like