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Both methods are valid. In Arabic, a final vowel of a word is typically dropped when you stop on it, but pronounced if you continue. In the case of "Muhammad", it ends with a tanwin kasra, which is the vowel "i" (kasra) pronounced with nunation "n" (tanwin); so far as Arabic is concerned it's still a vowel even with the "n" sound. Similarly, "Ibrahim" ...


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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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There are controversies regarding reciting surah Fatiha while praying behind an Imam. As I was researching on this matter I came to know different opinion and hadit on different websites. • Some says salah will not be valid if surah Fatiha is not recited, and you have to recite it in every rakah while praying behind an Imam whether its loud or silent prayer....


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The question according to Hanafi Fiqh is answered here. According to it: The position of the Hanafi school is that the follower does not recite any Qur’an behind the imam regardless of the prayer being prayed. Practically this entails that when praying behind the imam: One says the opening takbir (Allahu Akbar) One says the thana (...


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To read, to teach, to make a speech etc. are allowed inside a mosque. This is a long practice since the first mosques of Medina. I've come across no scholar to call these acts Bid'ah or innovation inside deen. I had the chance to face both the ends of the situation that you've mentioned in your question. When someone is reciting or reading or making a ...


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Well the short answer is yes you can read as much of the Quran as you want or can. This was described in the well known Hadith of the man who didn't pray well (See for example this Version from Sahih al-Bukhari) ...and then recite of what you know of the Qur'an,... This means you can recite a few ayat or a long ayah or a complete surah or a part of a surah ...


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