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memorizing the Quran will be easier to learn and remember if you know arabic but it won't be hard with any other langue


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In your given video from 1:15 to 1:43 and 2:04 to 2:20, the Qari Abdul Basit repeats part of the ayah of Surah Yusuf in different recitations: The recitation of Nafi', Abu Jafar and Shaybah: وقرأ أبو جعفر وشيبة ونافع" وَقَالَتْ هِيتَ لَكَ" بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء — Tafsir al-Qurtubi وقرأ أهل المدينة والشام: «هِيتَ» بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء — ...


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Peace. Salaam. God says in 7:204, and I'm translating into English And if the Qur'an is being read, then listen to it and pay attention, that you may receive mercy. And further, in 7:205, And remember your Lord within yourself, in humility and in reverence; and without loudness in words, during the morning and the evening. And do not be of the ...


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First of all the given answers of the linked question don't seem satisfactory to me even if they provide enough information to already answer your question which seems to me based on a superficial reading. The qur'an (and only the qur'an) is the revelation of Allah the almighty. Usually if Muhammad () got a new revelation he would call his scribes and ...


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I'm going to answer your question with a question that should be an answer to your inquiry. Some memories that you yourself have, you know you've lived them in real life and were not a dream. How do you know that these memories are memories of real events and not memories of dreams? You just know. You may say that I can confirm with people, or with ...


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Allah (ﷻ) spoke on the serious sins plaguing mankind, not specifically on ALL sins that ever existed. To know the rest of the sins that should be avoided, Muslims turn to the Sunnah.. and we do so because Allah (ﷻ) Himself said He sent the Prophet (ﷺ) to us to explain to us e.g., expand on the little details. These references I compiled may benefit you: ...


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The Quran informs us of what was forbidden to them in reality, and it is quite possible for the present Jewish law to differ because it has undergone Tahrif. يحرفون الكلم عن مواضعه ونسوا حظا مما ذكروا به They distort words from their [proper] usages and have forgotten a portion of that of which they were reminded. — Quran 5:13 Even if we are ...


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I would have commented due to how short my answer is, but I lack reputation. The Quran also says that the Christians and Jews corrupted the books revealed to them over time. Hence this contradiction can be resolved if we assume that the current Jewish laws have been changed.


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