Where is the Quran used?

Where is the Quran used?

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Together with other sacred texts, it is used by Muslims to express beliefs about the nature of God both in the mosque and at home. The Qur’an is also used during religious ceremonies and rites of passage, for example a couple may choose to have readings from the Qur’an at their wedding.

When can you touch the Quran?

One who is in need of a formal bath (after intercourse or menstrual bleeding) should not touch the Quran until after bathing. A non-Muslim should not handle the sacred text when printed in Arabic, but may listen to tapes of the Quran or handle a non-Arabic translation or exegesis.

What does Quran provide?

The Qur’an is the holy book for Muslims, revealed in stages to the Prophet Muhammad over 23 years. Qur’anic revelations are regarded by Muslims as the sacred word of God, intended to correct any errors in previous holy books such as the Old and New Testaments.

Can I touch the Quran while on my period?

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Can you read Quran on phone without hijab?

It is not appropriate to read Quran for any woman without a hijab. This order as the same for the mens who will recite Quran. The women use the hijab and the men also use the cap to cover up the head.

What happens if you read Quran?

The Quran will intercede for us on the Day of Judgment. There are ten rewards for each letter you recite from the Quran. A hadith in Al-Tirmizi says “Whoever reads a letter from the Book of Allah will have a reward. And that reward will be multiplied by ten.

Is Quran hard?

Yes, the Quran is hard at first, but eases with time, patience and meditation.

Can you read Quran without shirt?

You can read Quran with or without wudhu’ if you are reading without holding a printed Quran. Differences of opinions on exist when it comes to holding the mushaf/printed Quran. Majority of scholars hold the view that you need to have wudhu’ to hold a mushaf.

Do I have to wear hijab while listening to Quran?

As far I understand it you do not need to be wearing a hijab whilst listening to a recitation of the Holy Qur’an. However, when you are reading the Holy Qur’an in Arabic you must make wudu before hand, this is not necessary if you are reading a translation.

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