Questions tagged [qiraat]

Qiraat literally means recitation, specifically used to refer to a specific area/word(s) where recitation varies, but does not change the meaning.

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is there any complete list of sana'a manuscript difference with current Qur'an, in terms of meaning?

I came accross Sana'a publication by Sadeghi (Sana'a and The Origins of Qur'an), but he only conclude some example of textual variation with standard qur'an. Table 1 gives a few examples, in ...
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Which rewaya has the shortest madd?

My mother is unable to recite some verses without taking a gap to breath every 5 or 6 words. To make reciting easier for her, which rewaya (among the 7 mutawatir qira'at) is the easiest to recite, in ...
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Are the Qira'ats reliable?

I found this quote from an anti-Islamic website : "The opinion of the majority is that these readings are Mutawatir. However, one opinion is that they are Mashhur28 …. The truth in this regard is ...
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Will my Rewards get deducted by keeping a cat

Assalamualaikum , Brothers And Sisters. It is said that keeping a pet dog will keep the Angels away and deduct the rewards from the prayers. But I didn't get exact research about keeping any other ...
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What is the difference between 'variant codices' and 'variant readings' of the Quran? What is the similarity or relationship between them?

I am reading about Shia' view on the standardization of the Quran as well as the complications that arise due to the 'variant readings' and 'variant codices.' What I am unsure of is what exactly does ...
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How do we know which qirat were abrogated and which we can continue to recite?

In this video at 15.30 he explains that a possible explanation for sahaba reciting certain variations of the Qur'an could be that those variants were then abrogated after the final review of the Qur'...