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Coming back to a point and repeating the words... I wouldn't want to say that this is the 'incorrect way' but I often notice this when the verse is too long and the reciter is short of breath. Having said that, let me share some ideas with you. like @oshirowanen has pointed out, playing it by ear and then repeating may not be exact, particularly if you're ...


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There is no ruling that a Muslim MUST read Qur'an. It's extremely recommended. Better to memorize its verses.More than that, it's recommended to the reflect in Qur'an. Even more than that it's important to apply Qur'an in our lives, use it as a touchstone. Many of us have Qur'an at our houses as a decoration, many of us memorization of Qur'an without any ...


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In the Shia school of thought, several narrations from the Fourteen Infallibles (as) describe the benefits of looking at the holy verses and reading them from the book. So there must be more to it than just practising the memory. The Messenger of Allah (blessings of Allah be upon him and his family) has said: “Nothing is harder for Satan to bear than a ...


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Dr. Zakir Naik, a renowned dynamic international orator on Islam and Comparative Religion, when asked about this question, he gave this answer. “I recite this dua for improving my memory” Surah Taha, verse 25-28 There are other ayah's as well in Quran, which can be treated as dua as well to enhance memory.


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Yes, one should at least memorize a few in order to say the prayers since it's mandatory to say the prayers in Arabic. Surah Fateha at the least. Other than that there is no obligation to memorize them, although memorizing them has it's own benefits and usages e.g. the four quls.


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Yes memorizing the Quran is an ever lasting process, because one meaning of the Quran is the continuous recitation (What is the literal meaning of the word "Qur'an"?). For this reason our Prophet () has asked us to read it when ever possible and not to keep away from it saying: "Keep on reciting the Qur'an, for, by Him in Whose Hand my life ...


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Not necessarily the same reward as your son but you will have a part in it, insha Allah: Whoever intercedes for a good cause will have a reward therefrom; and whoever intercedes for an evil cause will have a burden therefrom. And ever is Allah , over all things, a Keeper. Surah Nisa':85 And Allah knows best


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I don't think there's a clear answer. But I'd say no it is not possible unless you become an illegal hafidh! (Meaning yes you memorized the qur'an, but from a book not from a teacher or you've lied to your teachers to become such). You may read in the long hadith qudsi about the first of men (whose case) will be decided on the Day of Judgment that of the ...


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Hafiz (Quran), a term used by Muslims for people who have completely memorized the Qur'an. Different riwaya does not change the meaning of the content of the Qur'an. So technically, that person has already completely memorized the Qur'an thus given the title Hafiz.


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There are many ways to memorize Quran Say “O Allah! Increase me in my knowledge” Pay attention on what you read Try to focus Repeat millions of times and then write it down on the paper what you have memorized Repeat it in your mind millions of times when you have silent in your place. Say “I seek refuge from God against the devil” after you said “O Allah!...


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