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Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:08  GMT

Is it necessary for someone to seek refuge from Satan before reading every chapter of the Qur’ân if he is reading more than one chapter in one sitting?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:07  GMT

Someone told me that there is no use in "memorizing" the Qur’ân because the purpose of the Qur’ân is to guide and instruct, not to be committed to memory. Similarly, he claimed that there is no use in learning proper tajwîd (pronunciation), because the Qur’ân was revealed for its laws to be obeyed.

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:06  GMT

My main problem is that of memorizing the Qur’ân. I started forgetting it due to my carelessness, but now I want to learn it again. Please help me with this and tell me what Allah says about forgetting the Qur’ân.

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:04  GMT

If I recite the Qur’ân without having wudû', will good deeds be written for me?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:03  GMT

Is it permissible to mix different recitation styles together when reciting the Qur’ân in and out of prayer?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:02  GMT

When reciting many chapters of the Qur’ân in succession in our supplications and prayers (like when we read the last three chapters of the Qur’ân together), must we say “Bismillâh” at the beginning of each chapter?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 12:01  GMT

How many verses in the Qur’ân are occasions for sujûd al-tilâwah?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:59  GMT

Is it a condition for the acceptability of a recitation style that it reaches us by a mutawâtir chain of transmission? Regarding the seven modes of recitation – as well as the three others that bring the number to ten – is it true that they are all mutawâtir? Some scholars, al-Shawkânî for instance, claim that not all of those styles are mutawâtir. He further claims that an individual-narrator (âhâd) transmission of a recitation style is sufficient for it to be acceptable, as long as ...

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:58  GMT

I have heard from some people that we should not finish the recitation of the Qur`ân in less than three days. Is this correct?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:58  GMT

Can a person recite the Qur’ân with the intention of sending the reward to someone who is deceased? Can people be hired for this purpose?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:56  GMT

What are we supposed to say after we recite verse 8 of Sûrah al-Tîn, verse 40 of Sûrah al-Qiyâmah, and other verses which contain rhetorical questions?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:53  GMT

It has become common, of late, for people to recite the Qur'ân in a style that comprises a lot of affected weeping. Their recitation loses its sweetness as a consequence. It is closer to wailing than to a recitation. What do Islamic teachings say about this approach to reciting the Qur'ân?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:51  GMT

If a person is not able to read the actual Quran, but instead listens to it intently on cd or by downloading it online, does this count as having 'read' the Quran?

Last Modified:  27 Aug 2011 11:50  GMT

When we are reciting Qur'an and arrive at a verse where we are supposed to prostrate (sujûd al-tilâwah ), do we say "Allahu akbar" like we do for our prostrations in prayer? Is the ruling the same whether the prostration of recitation occurs in prayer or outside of prayer?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 06:00  GMT

How accurate is what we know of the events related to Hafsah and `Uthmân with respect to the early Qur'ân manuscripts?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 05:58  GMT

How can the era of an old Qur’ân manuscript be determined? How can we know which manuscripts are more authentic?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 05:54  GMT

Why is the use of the dots for differentiating the letters in Warsh, Hafs, and other narrations of the Qur’ân different? Is it because there were many ways of writing the Arabic alphabet at the time of the Messenger (peace be upon him)? How come there are different vowelings for words in different narrations of the Qur’ân?

Last Modified:  25 Aug 2011 05:52  GMT

The Qur’ân was revealed by verses and not by chapters. How were these verses then compiled and arranged into their chapters?

Last Modified:  20 Jul 2011 02:10  GMT

I would like to know the correct reponse to the issue of saying that the term scholar cannot be used for an islamic teacher and it should be people like shayk fawzan, shayk ubayd and so on. in short, who can be called a scholar as this issue is causing division among the salafi brothers in my country.

Last Modified:  10 Jul 2011 03:04  GMT

what is the importance of 15 shaban,is it the night in which the fate of every one is decided for the next year? the especial night mentioned in surah Dakan means which it the shaban or Qadar?

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