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Allah revealed the Qur'an in Arabic, not English. Translations of the Qur'an are not the Qur'an. At best, they're interpretations. As interpretations, each translator may or may not take different tacks as to how best to interpret the divine words: Some go strictly literal, word for word. Some will attempt to capture the implied meaning, often supplemented ...


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فأسر بأهلك بقطع من الليل ولا يلتفت منكم أحد إلا امرأتك إنه مصيبها ما أصابهم ...So set out with your family during a portion of the night and let not any among you look back - except your wife; indeed, she will be struck by that which strikes them. ... (Sahih International 11:81) Both reading agree in one thing: his wife would be punished as she has looked ...


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It is an irregular (شاذة) qira'a. It is to be interpreted as an explanatory addition (tafsir) by a sahabi, not part of the Quran itself. Reference: وقراءة بن عباس في مواسم الحج معدودة من الشاذ الذي صح إسناده وهو حجة وليس بقرآن فهي على هذا من القراءة الشاذة وحكمها عند الأئمة حكم التفسير — Fath al-Bari 4\290 , 3\595


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While reciting the Holy Quran, it is not necessary to say Alayhi salam. No one becomes sinful if he doesn't say AlaihiSalam


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it's hard to any one to know who is the reciter but from what you say(he had recited 2 short surahs immediately, without breaking in between as is usual) this mean it maybe half an hamza's a novel you can find the reciter who read using this novel in this link http://ar.assabile.com/quran/collections/all/khalaf-a-n-hamzah and i suggest to you this ...


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Yes, you can recite a small portion of a long Surah. As I know your recitation should be at least three small ayahs or a long ayah which equal to three small ayahs and the sky is the limit! Zajakallahu Khair. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/20043/it-is-mustahabb-to-recite-a-complete-soorah-after-al-faatihah-in-prayer


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According to the books I looked at, the meaning of صلے is given as an allowed stop but not recommended. This means you can stop if you wish but it is better to continue. Secondly, لا means "don't stop" while قف means "do stop." So it is a bit confusing that both لا and قف are used at the same time in the picture you gave. However, in my opinion, this ...


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Bin baz (late Saudi Mufti) , Mohamed almunajjed both said it's ok to read from The Qur'an and hold it while praying , Khaled Almosleh said the same for the Qura'an and for any tablets that shows the Qura'an. May allah Accept your Salah


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That’s fine! Allah know the purity in your heart! the Prophet ﷺ said: Verily the one who recites the Qur’an beautifully, smoothly, and precisely, he will be in the company of the noble and obedient angels. And as for the one who recites with difficulty, stammering or stumbling through its verses, then he will have twice that reward.” That’s including the ...


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