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Here's a moshaf bi riwayat Sho'abah 'an 'Assim شعبة عن عاصم and here you can download a document about the osol of this qira'a, which should guide you to the major differences between Sho'abah and Hafs 'an 'Asim. As for the differences the list might get too long as the recitation differences are far more than 500, here just a few general examples (general ...


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No, a Mushaf of the Quran should not be touched without wudu. The evidence is the verse of the Quran: لا يمسه إلا المطهرون None touch it except the purified. — Quran 56:79 And the saying of the Prophet Muhammad ﷺ, with which he instructed 'Amr ibn Hazm as governor of Yemen: لا يمس القرآن إلا طاهر No-one should touch the Qur'an unless ...


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Note: This is a highly controversial topic and hence needs to be dealt carefully. First lets answer the easy part. Can she touch the mushaf while she is in that state and even recite from it? Many scholars unambiguously come to the point based on a hadith which talks about a letter written by Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) stating. No one should touch ...


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Note that the disapproval, if any, is on adding something to a mushaf which is not part of the Quranic text, not on writing the text itself. If a letter has faded then it means that the mushaf now has a potential mistake, and it is obligatory not just permissible to correct it when you find it. ينص الحنفية والشافعية على أن إصلاح ما قد يقع في بعض المصاحف ...


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Kissing the Mushaf if it falls by the Sheikh Saalih al-Fouzaan -may Allah preserve him- [Reference below] Question: May Allah give you good possessor of excellence, the Questioner asks: Some people when they drop the Mushaf they kiss it (after picking it up), so what is the ruling concerning that with mentioning the proof? Answer: There is no ...


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Facing the qiblah is not obligatory in other than salah and what comes under its ruling. Facing the qiblah while reciting the Quran would be mustahab but not required, and there is no effect on its validity. https://www.islamweb.net/ar/fatwa/11761/


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There's no minimum nor maximum amount of Moshafs you may keep at home. Please note that from a historical perspective Moshafs are rather an innovation of the time of the Sahabah as except with private copies of some Sahabah -who were scribes and memorizers- the qur'an was only ever since orally transmitted from generation to generation. Therefore except with ...


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The Masahif of Uthman (RA) did have differences between them. Those differences were limited to the addition or subtraction of one or two letters. I haven't found differences of more than that. The difference you mention of 9:100 is a difference in the addition or subtraction of "من" which is only two letters. The Mushaf of Makkah had a من while ...


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There have been thousands of publishers over the years who have printed the Quran in different styles, it is very unlikely that you will find someone who will be familiar with this particular one, maybe even the publisher no longer exists. If you want something similar ask for a Quran with extra large print. It will likely come divided into multiple volumes ...


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This is a very good question. As we read the quran many times and find that the scripture is in some cases in total contradiction to the "school" Arabic we learned. First you should know that this is how the sahaba (peace be upon them) who wrote it down when the quran was collected fixed it in the so called rasm al 'othmany (the scripture which ...


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This is called رسم عثماني Rasm Uthmani (Uthmanic orthography), which is the way the Quran was written down during the reign of Uthman bin Affan. Back then, the orthography (the way words are spelled) was different than the modern Arabic orthography in use today. Which leads to some words being spelled differently, most notably the words salaht and hayaht. ...


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