Rewards, Benefits and Virtues of Quran and its Recitation

Quran is the book of guidance for a Muslims life. This article is a collection of Quranic verses, Ahadeeth (Prophet’s Saying) and sayings of the salaf (pious people that followed the prophet) on the majesty of Quran, the great virtues for reading and following it.

1. Quran on Quran

To begin with, there are many verses in Quran itself that underscore the majesty of Allah’s verses and the Quran itself:

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Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

Say: ‘If the mankind and the jinn were together to produce the like of this Quran, they could not produce the like thereof, even if they helped one another’” [Quran Al-Israa’ 17:88]

Had We sent down this Quran on a mountain, you would surely have seen it humbling itself and rending asunder by the fear of Allah. Such are the parables which We put forward to mankind that they may reflect. [Quran Al-Hashr 59:21]

“This is the Book (the Quran), whereof there is no doubt, a guidance to those who are Al-Muttaqoon [the pious] [Quran Al-Baqarah 2:2]

2. The Rewards of Reciting Quran in Qiyaam Al-Layl (Night prayers before Fajr)

We all know from the Quran and the Ahadeeth about the countless rewards and benefits of praying and reciting Quran during the nightly prayers (last one third of the night)

As is stated in the hadeeth narrated by ‘Abd-Allah ibn ‘Amr ibn al-‘Aas (may Allah be pleased with them both), in which the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:

“Whoever recites ten aayaat (verses) in qiyaam will not be recorded as one of the forgetful. Whoever recites a hundred aayaat (verses) in qiyaam will be recorded as one of the devout, and whoever prays a thousand aayaat (verses) in qiyaam will be recorded as one of the muqantareen (those who pile up good deeds).” (Reported by Abu Dawood and Ibn Hibbaan. It is a hasan report. Saheeh al-Targheeb, 635).”

Imaam al-Bukhaari used to pray qiyaam and tahajjud at night until the time of suhoor, and he would read between a half and a third of the Quran, and complete it at suhoor every third night.

3. Reciting Quran in Ramadan

Quran has even more of an important significance in the month of Ramadan, the month of fasting.

Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Quran, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong) [Quran al-Baqarah 2:185]

Jibreel used to come to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) every night in Ramadaan, and study the Quran with him. Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 5; Muslim, 4268.

Hence the salaf used to read Quran a great deal during Ramadan, following the example of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). Qataadah (may Allah have mercy on him) used to complete the Quran every seven nights all the time, and every three nights in Ramadaan, and every two nights during the last ten days of Ramadaan.

Ibraaheem al-Nakha’i used to complete the Quran in Ramadaan every three nights, and in the last ten days every two nights.

4. General Rewards of Reciting Quran

The rewards of reciting the Quran are many. An authentic hadith in At-Tirmithee states:

Whoever reads a letter from the Book of Allah, he will have a reward. And that reward will be multiplied by ten. I am not saying that “Alif, Laam, Meem” is a letter, rather I am saying that “Alif” is a letter, “laam” is a letter and “meem” is a letter.” So increase your recitation of the Qur’an to gain these merits, and to gain the following merit as well.

In another hadeeth, ‘Aa’ishah, may Allah be pleased with her, relates that the Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) 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.” [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

This hadith proves that people who are not well versed in the Arabic languge or have other difficulties in reciting the Quran, get even a higher reward for reciting the Quran in Arabic for their extra effort.

5. Quran as intercessor in the day of judgment

The Prophet said:

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“The Qur’an is an intercessor, something given permission to intercede, and it is rightfully believed in. Whoever puts it in front of him, it will lead him to Paradise; whoever puts it behind him, it will steer him to the Hellfire.” [An authentic hadith found in At-Tabaraanee, on the authority of ‘Abdullaah ibn Mas’ood]”

6. Benefits of reciting certain Quranic surahs (chapters)

The following are authentic Ahadeeth regarding the benefits of certain Soorahs.

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said:

There is a soorah of the Quran containing thirty verses which have interceded for a man until he was forgiven. It is the soorah Tabaarak alladhi bi yadihi’l-mulk. Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 2891; Ahmad, 7634; Abu Dawood, 1400; Ibn Maajah, 3786. This hadeeth was classed as hasan by al-Tirmidhi and by al-Albaani in Saheeh al-Tirmidhi, 3/6.

Regarding the healing power of The Surah al Fatiha

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It was narrated that Abu Sa’eed (may Allah be pleased with him) said: “A group of the companions of Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) set out on a journey and traveled until they stopped in (the land of) one of the Arab tribes. They asked them for hospitality but they refused to welcome them. The chief of that tribe was stung by a scorpion and they tried everything but nothing helped them. Some of them said, ‘Why don’t you go to those people who are camped (near us), maybe you will find something with them.’ So they went to them and said, ‘O people, our chief has been stung by a scorpion and we have tried everything but nothing helped him. Can any of you do anything?’ One of them said, ‘Yes, by Allah, I will recite ruqyah for him, but by Allah we asked you for hospitality and you did not welcome us, so I will not recite ruqyah for you until you give us something in return.’ Then they agreed upon a flock of sheep.’ Then he went and spat drily and recited over him Al-hamdu Lillaahi Rabb il-‘Aalameen [Soorat al-Faatihah]. (The chief) got up as if he was released from a chain and started walking, and there were no signs of sickness on him. They paid them what they agreed to pay. Some of them (i.e. the companions) then suggested to divide their earnings among themselves, but the one who performed the ruqyah said, ‘Do not divide them until we go to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and tell him what happened, then wait and see what he tells us to do.’ So they went to the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and told him what had happened. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) asked, ‘How did you know that it (al-Faatihah) is a ruqyah?’ Then he added, ‘You have done the right thing. Share out (the flock of sheep) and give me a share too.’ And the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) smiled.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 2156; Muslim, 2201


Although there are authentic Ahadeeth regarding the rewards and benefits of reciting certain Quranic Soorahs, unfortunately there are even more fabricated Ahadeeth that highlight the benefits of other Soorahs. Therefore, not all Ahadeeth highlighting the benefits of reciting all Soorahs are authentic, even though some of those Ahadeeth mention a chain of narrators. Many scholars have proven the weakness of the narration chain of those Ahadeeth. As quoted at, “Many ahaadeeth were fabricated about the virtues of various soorahs of the Quran. Their fabricators’ intention was to encourage people to read Quran and devote themselves to that, and they claimed that they were doing good thereby. But their intentions were misguided because that is undoubtedly subject to the stern warning contained in the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him): “Whoever tells a lie about me deliberately, let him take his place in Hell.” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 10; Muslim, 4. It makes no difference whether the lie is intended for good or for evil.”

7. A Muslim’s Status is Raised by the Quran

A Musilm’s status is raised by the Quran – the more he recites, follows its commandments and makes Quran part of his or her life, the more Allah will elevate his or her status in this life and hereafter.

Saheeh Muslim mentions a story where some men came to question Umar ibn Al-Khattaab during his khilaafah about the leadership of Makkah, they asked, “Who do you use to govern Makkah?” He said, “Ibn Abzaa.” They asked, “And who is Ibn Abzaa?” Umar replied, “A freed slave from those we freed.” They remarked, “You left a freed slave in charge of the people of the Valley (the noble tribes of the Quraysh)!?!?” So he answered them, “Verily he is a reader of the Book of Allah and is knowledgeable about the obligations of the Muslims. Haven’t you heard the statement of your Messenger: “Verily Allah raises some people by this Book and lowers others by it.”

‘Uthmaan, may Allah be pleased with him, said that the Prophet (sallAllahu ‘alaihi wa sallam) said:

The best of you are the ones who learn the Qur’an and teach it to others” [Al-Bukhari]

Narrated Aisha: The Prophet said,

Such a person who recites the Quran and masters it by heart, will be with the noble righteous scribes (in Heaven). And such a person exerts himself to learn the Quran by heart, and recites it with great difficulty, will have a double reward.” (book #60, Hadith #459)

8. Healing Power of The Quran

Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

And We send down of the Quran that which is a healing and a mercy to those who believe (in Islamic Monotheism and act on it), and it increases the Zaalimoon (polytheists and wrongdoers) nothing but loss” [Quran Al-Isra’ 17:82]

Ibn al-Qayyim (may Allah have mercy on him) said:

We and others have tried this on many occasions and we have seen that it works in ways that physical remedies do not. Indeed we now regard physical medicine as the doctors regard folk medicine. This is in accordance with the law of divine wisdom, not contrary to it, but the causes of healing are many and varied. When the heart is in contact with the Lord of the Worlds, the Creator of the disease and the remedy, the Controller of nature Who directs it as He wills, he has other remedies apart from the remedies that are sought by the heart that is far away from Him and that turns away from Him. It is known that when a person’s spirits are high and his body is in good shape, they cooperate in warding off disease and suppressing it, so if a person is in high spirits and physical good shape, finds comfort in being close to his Creator, loving Him, enjoying remembrance of Him (dhikr), devoting all his strength and power for His sake and focusing on Him, seeking His help, putting his trust in Him, how can anyone deny that this is the greatest medicine or that this spiritual power gives him the means to ward off pain and defeat it completely? No one would deny this but the most ignorant of people, those who are furthest away from Allah and the most hard-hearted and unaware of human nature.

It is well known in the Shareeah regarding the use of Ruqyah for physical and spiritual healing. “Ruqyah” is an incantation or prayer for healing – usually from the Quran or Dua prescribed by Prophet (SAWS). Ruqyah is one of the greatest remedies that the believer should use regularly. The greatest of Ruqyah are Soorah al-Faatihah and al-Mi’wadhatayn ( the last two surahs of the Quran – Surah Al-Falaq and Surah Al-nas). There is nothing wrong with the Muslim reciting ruqyah for himself. That is permissible; indeed it is a good Sunnah, for the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recited ruqyah for himself, and some of his companions recited ruqyah for themselves. (

It was narrated that ‘Aa’ishah (may Allaah be pleased with her) said:

When the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was ill, he would recite al-Mi’wadhatayn over himself and spit drily. When his pain grew intense, I recited over him and wiped him with his own hand, seeking its barakah (blessing).” Narrated by al-Bukhaari, 4728; Muslim, 2192 (al-Mi’wadhatayn are the last two surahs of the Quran – Surah Al-Falaq and Surah Al-nas)

9. Virtues of reciting the Quran

Narrated Abu Musa: The Prophet said,

The example of a believer who recites the Qur’an is that of a citron (a citrus fruit) which is good in taste and good in smell. And the believer who does not recite the quran is like a date which has a good taste but no smell. And the example of an impious person who recites the Qur’an is that of Ar-Rihana (an aromatic plant) which smells good but is bitter in taste. And the example of an impious person who does not recite the quran is that of a colocynth which is bitter in taste and has no smell.” (Book #93, Hadith # 649)

10. Dispelling worries and regret

Ibn al-Qayyim summed fifteen ways through which Allah may dispel worries and regret. In describing one of the ways, he mentions (ref:

Letting one’s heart wander in the garden of the Quran, seeking consolation in it from every calamity, seeking healing in it from all diseases of the heart, so that it will bring comfort to his grief and healing for his worries and distress.

One of the means of treating them is mentioned in the saheeh hadeeth from Ibn Mas’ood (may Allah be pleased with him):

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There is no-one who is afflicted by distress and grief, and says: (O Allah, I am Your slave, son of Your slave, son of Your maidservant; my forelock is in Your hand, Your command over me is forever executed and Your decree over me is just. I ask You by every name belonging to You which You have named Yourself with, or revealed in Your Book, or You taught to any of Your creation, or You have preserved in the knowledge of the Unseen with You, that You make the Quran the life of my heart and the light of my breast, and a departure for my sorrow and a release for my anxiety),’ but Allah will take away his distress and grief, and replace it with joy.” This is one of the remedies prescribed in sharee’ah. (The original Dua in Arabic is: ‘Allahumma inni ‘abduka ibn ‘abdika ibn amatija naasyati bi yadika, maada fiyya hukmuka, ‘adlun fiyya qadaa’uka. As’aluka bi kulli ismin huwa laka sammayta bihi nafsaka aw anzaltahu fi kitaabika aw ‘allamtahu ahadan min khalqika aw ista’tharta bihi fi ‘ilm il-ghayb ‘indaka an taj’al al-Qurana rabee’ qalbi wa noor sadri wa jalaa’ huzni wa dhihaab hammi

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Allah says (interpretation of the meaning):

Those who believe [in the Oneness of Allah Islamic Monotheism], and whose hearts find rest in the remembrance of Allah, verily, in the remembrance of f Allah do hearts find rest.   (Qur ‘an 13: 28)

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    • Tirmidhi

      Jazakumullah Khayran. This article is thought provoking. May Allah continue to guide us to the right path. Amin

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    Ramadan (Sawm) is one of the five pillars of Islam and the ninth month of
    the Muslim calendar. The meaning of Sawm is to ‘abstain’. In this month,
    Allah Subhana Wa Taala (SWT) has made it compulsory that the fasting
    be observed by day, and he has made the ‘Taraweeh’ (Ramadan nightly
    prayer) a ‘Sunnah’. Fasting is to abstain from eating, drinking, smoking and
    conjugal relations from dawn till sunset.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “There is a gate in Paradise called Ar-
    Raiyan, and those who observe fasting will enter through it on the
    Day of Resurrection and none except them will enter through it”.
    (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, Number 120)
    During the month of Ramadan, the Prophet (pbuh) used to apportion to
    Ramadan a degree of worship that was not set aside to any other month.
    The Prophet (pbuh) spent his day in remembrance, recitation, learning and
    providing advice and training. His nights were spent in supplication and
    humiliation unto Allah (SWT), seeking His help, support, victory and
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “If someone draws near to Allah during
    Ramadan with some good act he will be like one who fulfils an
    obligatory duty in another month, and he who fulfils an obligatory
    duty in it will be like one who fulfils seventy obligatory duties in
    another month”. (Tirmidhi Hadith 1965)
    Fasting earns great reward as clearly stated in the above Hadith. When
    Allah (SWT) rewards an action as purely His, then the reward is limitless.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said that Allah (SWT), the Majestic and the
    Exalted, said “All actions a human being does are for himself except
    fasting. It is done for My sake, and I will give a reward for it and the
    reward of good deeds is multiplied 10 times”. (Sahih Bukhari Volume
    3, Book 31, Number 118, & Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2564)
    Ramadan is an annual training programme to refresh us for carrying out
    our duties towards Allah (SWT). Fasting develops self-control and helps us
    to overcome selfishness, greed, laziness and other faults. This month of
    patience gives us an opportunity to experience for ourselves what it is like
    to have an empty stomach. This develops our feeling for the poor and
    hungry people. Fasting teaches us to control the love of comfort.
    If difficulty is experienced in fasting, one should bear it cheerfully and not
    complain. Should we feel fatigued at the time of Taraweeh (Ramadan nightly
    prayer), this too should be borne with fortitude.
    It should also be borne in mind that fasting does not aim at inflicting
    punishment upon people or taking on unbearable burdens. The underlying
    idea behind it is to teach moderation and spiritual discipline so that human
    temptations may not become so wild and uncontrollable as to flout the
    commands of the Great Master. To be a true servant of Allah (SWT), it is
    essential that man should be able to conform his behaviour to the moral and
    spiritual discipline embodied in the Shari’ah of Islam. Fasting is
    indispensable for this moral and spiritual training.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “When the month of Ramadan starts, the
    gates of mercy are opened and the gates of Hell are locked and the
    devils are chained”. (Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2361)
    The hadith below gives some very important points regarding Ramadan:
    The Prophet (pbuh) said “Fasting is a shield or protection from the fire
    and from committing sins. If one is fasting, he should avoid sexual
    relation with his wife and quarrelling, and if somebody should fight or
    quarrel with him, he should say, ‘I am fasting.’ There are two pleasures
    for the fasting person, one at the time of breaking his fast, and other at
    the time when he will meet Allah; then he will be pleased because of
    his fasting.” (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, Number 128)
    In this month, the rebellious ‘Shayateen’ (Satans) are chained, so as not to
    provoke those evils which they normally do during months other than
    Ramadan. A question may arise here that, when the ‘Shayateen’ are
    chained, how it is that we still do see evil committed? The reply is that evil
    may not necessarily be caused by the rebellious ‘Shayateen’. People have
    for eleven months lived in obedience to ‘Shayateen’ whims and wishes, and
    so performing evil deeds instigated by them becomes second nature.
    Consequently, evil is being done in and out of Ramadan.
    Therefore the feelings and lessons we experience should stay with us
    throughout the year. In Al-Qur’an, Muslims are commanded to fast so that
    they may “become pious”. This piety and devotion is especially felt during
    Ramadan, but we all must strive to make the feelings and attitude stay with
    us during our “normal” lives. That is the true goal and test of Ramadan.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “Every servant of Allah who observes fast for a
    day in the way of Allah, Allah would remove, because of this day, his
    face farther from the Fire of Hell to the extent of seventy years’
    distance”. (Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2570)
    Fasting is the way to piety and the fear of God. Fasting narrows the food and
    blood arteries. They are known to be canals of the devils, hence fasting
    reduces their insinuation. It further weakens carnal desires, thoughts and
    temptations of disobedience.
    Fasting enhances bodily health. It gets rid of contaminated matter, eases the
    stomach, purifies the blood, eases the working of the heart, brightens the
    spirit, refines the soul and disciplines the character. When an individual fasts,
    his soul is humbled and his carnal desires are dispelled. There is a great
    reward for fasting, as it shows a Muslim obeying Allah (SWT) and submitting
    to His command.
    The Prophet (pbuh) used to fast till one would say he would never stop
    fasting, and he would abandon fasting till one would say he would never
    fast. I never saw the Prophet fasting for a whole month except the
    month of Ramadan, and did not see him fasting in any month more than
    in the month of Shaban.(Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, Number 190)
    The Prophet (pbuh) has told us not to fast one or two days before Ramadan
    as we need to keep our physical and spiritual strength to make the most of
    this blessed month.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “None of you should fast a day or two before
    the month of Ramadan unless he has habit of fasting (Nawafil) (and if
    his fasting coincides with that day) then he can fast that day.”
    (Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, No.138, Muslim, Book 006, Number 2382)
    We should try our best to keep some fasts in Shaban.
    The Prophet (pbuh) is reported to have asked one of the Companions
    “Did you fast in the middle of Sha’ban?” The Companion replied, “No”.
    Thereupon the Prophet (pbuh) said: “If you did not observe fast, then
    you should observe fast for two days”.
    (Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2607)
    Fasting in Ramadan is not merely physically restraining from the obvious food
    and drink, but the total commitment of the servant’s body and soul to the letter
    and spirit of fasting.
    1) The fast of the self, means to be free from all carnal desires.
    2) The fast of mind is avoiding thoughts about things other than Allah (SWT).
    3) The fast of the hand is not touching/taking what does not belong to it.
    4) The fast of the nose means not sniffing or smelling unlawful things.
    5) The fast of the feet is not going places where sinful acts are propagated.
    6) The fast of the eye is to prevent it from seeing forbidden things.
    Allah (SWT) says in Al-Qur’an, “Tell the believing men to lower their
    gaze and be mindful of their chastity; this will be most conducive to
    their purity. And tell the believing women to lower their gaze and be
    mindful of their chastity, and not display their charms (in public) beyond
    what may (decently) be apparent thereof, hence let them draw their
    head-covering over their bosoms”. (Al-Qur’an 24:30-31)
    7) The fast of the tongue is guarding against lying, backbiting, slandering,
    reviling, abusing others, cursing, indecent conversation, swearing and false
    evidence. The Prophet (pbuh) said: “A Muslim is he from whose tongue and
    hands other Muslims are safe”.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “”Whoever does not give up forged speech
    and evil actions, Allah is not in need of his leaving his food and drink
    (i.e. Allah will not accept his fasting.)”
    (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, Number 127)
    8) The fast of the ears is not to listen to idle talk, gossip, lyrics and notes that
    contain obscene and indecent things. Listening to Al-Qur’an bears the fruit of
    faith, guidance, light and prosperity. It fills the heart with wisdom, tranquillity,
    intimacy and contentment. It is a source of protection from the dangerous,
    deviant and sinful thoughts.
    9) The fast of the heart means casting out from it the love of worldly things
    and by emptying it of all corrupt material such as, false beliefs, evil
    suggestions, filthy intentions and degenerate thoughts.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said: “There is a piece of flesh in the body if it
    becomes good (reformed) the whole body becomes good but if it gets
    spoilt the whole body gets spoilt and that is the heart.”
    (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 1, Book 2, Number 49)
    The believer’s heart abstains from pride and egotism as these traits breaks its
    fast. Egotism is when the individual sees himself as perfect and better than
    others. The cure for this self-importance is to look at one’s faults and shortcomings,
    thousands of sins and misdeeds that one has committed, wrongs that
    one has done and forgotten, but knowledge of which are with Allah (SWT).
    Allah (SWT) says in Al-Qur’an, “do they, perchance, envy other people for
    what God has granted them out of his bounty?” (Al-Qur’an 4:54)
    The heart of the believer fasts and abstains from envy as envy lowers
    righteous deeds and stops its progress toward Allah (SWT).
    Allah (SWT) says in Al-Qur’an, “Eat and drink (freely), but do not waste:
    verily, He does not love the wasteful!” (Al-Qur’an 7:31)
    Some people who fast waste money on meals both at the beginning and the
    breaking of the fast in Ramadan. They prepare food enough for a crowd of
    people consisting of numerous dishes. Then, at the end of this, they only eat a
    little and throw the remainder into the refuse. This is contrary to the great
    teachings of Islam.
    There are other people who fill the stomach with delicious foods at “Sehri”, so
    that one does not feel hungry until “Iftaar”. When opening their fast, they
    indulge in excessive eating and drinking. This however, defeats the purpose of
    fasting, one of which is to empty the stomach of all contaminated material by
    reducing the intake of food.
    Many people spend their fasting hours sleeping. As a result it seems as if they
    did not fast. The wisdom of fasting is that the one who fasts should experience
    pangs of hunger and savour thirst in order to gain the pleasure of Allah (SWT).
    There are also people who make no effort to do good by giving charity. They
    do not honour their tables by allowing others to break their fast with them.
    The Prophet (pbuh) said:” Neither vomiting, nor emission, nor cupping
    breaks the fast.” (Abu Dawud, Book 13, Number 2370)
    There are certain things that break a person’s fast, the most obvious being
    those things that are explicitly forbidden during fasting, i.e. eating, drinking,
    sexual relations and during menstruation, for females. However, if one eats
    something forgetfully, then this fast does not have to be made up:
    The Prophet said, “If somebody eats something forgetfully while he is
    fasting, then he should complete his fast, for Allah has made him eat and
    drink.” (Sahih Bukhari, Volume 3, Book 31, Number 154)
    In terms of applying medicine, there is nothing which prevents us from using
    such as long as it is not entered through the mouth or nose:
    The Prophet (pbuh) said, “I have a complaint in my eyes, so may I apply
    collyrium while I am fasting?” He replied, “Yes.” (Tirmidhi Hadith 2010)
    A certain degree of affection is allowed between spouses as this Hadith shows:
    ‘A’isha reported, “The Prophet (pbuh) used to kiss me while observing
    fast and who among you can control his desire as the Prophet (pbuh)
    could control his desire.” (Sahih Muslim, Book 006, Number 2438)
    However, the Prophet (pbuh) did report the following Hadith:
    A man asked the Prophet (pbuh) whether one who was fasting could
    embrace (his wife) and he gave him permission; but when another man
    came to him, and asked him, he forbade him. The one to whom he gave
    permission was an old man and the one whom he forbade was a youth.
    (Abu Dawud, Book 13, Number 2381)
    There are some situations when a person can break their fast.
    “If a man succumbs to an illness which makes fasting very difficult for
    him and exhausts him and wears him out, he can break his fast.
    (Muwatta, Book 18, Number 18.15.41) Allah knows best

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    SubhanAllah, very powerful and moving, this article gave me that little push I so badly needed.

  • Yunus (Jonah)

    All praises be to Allah, The Cherisher and Sustainer of the world, and His prayer and peace be upon Messenger Muhammad along with his families and companions.
    Dear members, the peace of Allah be upon you…
    In the beginning, I want to thank who’s writing this essay and any one who aids to write it (Jazakum Allah Kul AlKair)…
    But after you’d been reading this article, maybe you are asking some question e.g.
    1. If we can’t read Quran in Arabic language, can we read the meaning of It in English language? and if we do that will we get rewards, if we do that?
    2. If we can’t read Quran in Arabic language, how are we doing our five prayer?
    3. …
    Here I’ll try to answer these questions and if you’ve any other questions about this subject I’ll be so happy to answer you…
    1. If you can’t read Quran in Arabic language, you can hear It of other people or hearing It records, where you can get rewards, because any one hears to reading he’ll gets rewards like who’s reading It, and for you understand the meaning of these readings, you can read the meaning of Quran in English…
    2. Any one can’t read Quran in Arabic language, he must learns some short Surahs of It to read them in his prayers, and he can gets a help from the meaning of Quran in English for learn these Surahs, but he must learns [ Surah 1: Al Fatihah ( The Opening ) ] in the beginning…
    3. …

  • Assalamu-alaikum,
    May Allah (swt) bless all muslims with His Rahmat.
    Reading Quran and understanding meanings of it’s text reveals the secrets of Quran that the interpretition of each ayat is fully relevant to problems we are facing today.Quran offers practical solution to our each problem we are facing today.Not,every light is pure of the purest,but the light comes out from each ayat to guide all fellow humans in a direction which rewards here and here after is in the purest form for the well being of mankind.
    we,together all humans keep searching for the rehma of Allah.Despite,all super technological knowledge we are always at the risk of being decimitated by hurricanes,tornados,volcanos,and earth quakes anytime anywhere at the will of Allah.So,we always keep searching for His Rehma.
    Quran’s teachings are relevant to mankind’s complex problems and Quran offers complete solution to our vexed problems.
    May Allah (swt) bless us ameen.

  • Assalamualaikum warakhmatullahi wabarakatuh,
    Dear All,

    Please use this very nice month on ramadhan to make amalan shaliihan everything both in relationships with Allah the almighty God (hhablum minallah) and relationships with all human (hablum minannaas). Do good works and fastabiqul khairaat

    Insya Allah


    Whenever you read brother the Quran it always give you the meaning different from the previous one, it means it has multi-dimensional aspects of meaning commensurating each problem we face in different times. so it is no doubt a complete code of life. especially it restricts sectarianism, unites all brothers in one HUBL rope, may ALLAH give us strength and ILM to get onto righteous path, ameen

  • Sulyman Yahya

    Sallam_alaykum w/w.
    I just want to say Jazakallahu_hairo to all the br. & Sis. posting this beautiful messages. May Allah (swt) reward us and accept our fasting as an act of ibadat.

  • Manlafi JAWNEH

    May ALLAH reward the authors of these articles abundantly. We pray that ALLAH guide us in our fasting and night prayers to do them the way he want them to be done

  • I was really in need of this article.
    Asalam 3alikom.
    Great thanks…

  • hafsa


    May allah (SWT)guide us to right path & give us the necessary strength to full fill this responsibility in our ibadat.

  • Mahmud

    Believe in God is the most important thing in faith.
    If someone does not believe that God exists then he is
    in deep astray.

    Does God exist? We have never seen God. We have never
    talked with God. That is why the Atheists believe God
    does not exist. It is just a fantasy or a made up

    The Story of a Scholar and an Atheist

    There is one story of a Scholar and an Atheist. Long
    ago an Atheist did not believe the existence of God.
    He asked a scholar for a debate about the existence of
    God. Among the questions are: “Does God exist?”
    and “If God exists then where is God?”

    Then they decided when and where the debate takes

    The Atheist and the villagers were waiting for the
    scholar, but the scholar did not come right on time.
    When the Atheist and the villagers thought that the
    scholar will not come for the debate, then the scholar
    showed up.

    “I am sorry to keep you waiting for so long. But the
    rain is so heavy so the river floods. The bridge
    drifted away so I could not cross it. Thank God
    suddenly there was a big tree fell down. Then the
    branches cut out by themselves so the trunk was
    branchless. After that the trunk was cut and a hole
    was created so it became a boat. So I used the boat
    and crossed the river,” said the scholar.

    The Atheist and the villagers were laughing. The
    Atheist said to the villagers, “This scholar is mad.
    How can a tree became a boat by itself with no one
    made it? How can a boat exist with no maker who made

    The villagers were laughing out loud.

    After the people calmed down, the scholar said, “If
    you believe that the boat could not exist without its
    maker, then how could you believe the earth, sky, and
    its contents exist without its creator? Which is the
    most difficult to make? Making a boat or creating the
    earth, sky, and its contents?

    Hearing that, they realized that they trapped with
    their own statement.

    “Then answer my second question,” said the
    Atheist. “If God exists, why can’t He be seen?
    Where is God?” The Atheist thought since he cannot
    see God then God does not exist.

    The scholar slapped the Atheist’s cheek hardly so
    the Atheist felt so much pain.

    “Why did you slap me? It’s very painful”

    The scholar asked, “There is no pain. I cannot see
    pain. Where is pain?”

    “The pain is here,” the Atheist pointed his cheek.

    “No, I cannot see pain. Do you see the pain?”
    asked the scholar to the villagers.

    The villagers said, “No!”

    “So, though we cannot see the pain does not mean
    that the pain does not exist. So is the God. Just
    because we cannot see the God does not mean that God
    does not exist. Though we cannot see Him, but we can
    see His creations.” Said the scholar.

    The argument of the scholar is very simple. Yet, the
    argument that God does not exist just because
    human’s sense could not sense the existence of God
    is very wrong.

    How many things that could not be seen or heard by
    people but exist?

    We cannot see the Wind but the Wind exists. We cannot
    see electricity (what you can see is wire) but
    electricity exist.

    How many things in the sky that billions light years
    away, even trillions light years away that could not
    be seen by people yet the things exist?

    How many molecular things even nucleus (hair divided
    in millions) that cannot be seen by people yet exist?
    People could only see those things by using a very
    powerful microscope.

    How many waves (radio, electromagnetic, electricity,
    etc) that cannot be seen yet exist?

    Those things exist, yet the human sense is very
    limited so it cannot sense their existence.

    The human ability to see colors limited to certain
    frequencies. People only could hear limited
    frequencies. Sometimes the light not only very
    dazzling but also could make people blind. So is the
    sound. Certain sound could not be heard by human sense
    while other sound which is very loud could destroy
    human‘s hearing.

    If to sense the creatures of God, sometimes people
    could not do it, even more to sense the Creator: God!

    The Universe, Who is its Creator?

    It is hard to proof that God exists. But if we take a
    look to the planes, cars, TVs, etc, it would be
    irrational if we say that all exist by themselves.
    There must be people who make them!

    If the simple thing such as the match has its makers,
    then the universe that far more complex than that must
    be has its creator.

    The Earth where 8 billion people live has
    circumference 40,000 km. The circumference of the Sun
    is 4.3 million km. The Sun and its 8 planets along
    with 100 billion stars are in the Milky Way galaxy
    whose length is 100,000 light years away.

    Milky Way is only a galaxy among thousands galaxies
    that form a Cluster. This cluster with thousands
    clusters form 1 Super Cluster. And thousands of Super
    Clusters form the Universe whose length is 30 billion
    light years away! Remember, the number 30 billion
    light years away only current estimation since the
    strongest telescope today only could reach 15 billion
    light years away.

    Imagine if the distance between Earth and the Sun is
    150 million km and passed by the light in just 8
    minute, then the whole Universe passed by the light in
    30 billion years. That is equal to 285 billion
    trillion km away. If a man could run 40 km/hour
    without stopping, he would pass the distance in
    810,000 trillion years!

    That is the greatness of Allah’s creation! If we
    believe in the magnificence of Allah’s creation,
    then we should believe in the magnificence of Allah.

    In the Quran Allah explains that He is the creator of
    Heaven, Star, Sun, Moon, and others:

    “Blessed be He Who hath placed in the heaven
    mansions of the stars, and hath placed therein a
    great lamp and a moon giving light!” [Quran 25:6]

    Is there a Controller of the Universe?

    There are millions of people controlling the traffic
    on road, sea, and air. Beacons are built. People also
    build traffic light and radar. Air Traffic Control is
    built to prevent accident. All vehicles have drivers.
    Even on airplane there are pilot and co-pilot to make
    the flight safer. On the ships there are Captain,
    navigator, and engineers. Yet thousands of accidents
    happen every year on land, sea, and air. Even though
    there are many controllers, the accidents still

    On the contrary, the Earth, Sun, Moon, Stars, and
    others always revolve for billions of years without
    single crash. Most scientists believe that the Earth,
    Sun, and all of the other planets and moons in the
    solar system formed about 4.6 billion years ago. For
    billions of years until now the Earth never bump into
    the Sun, and the Sun never collides with the Moon.
    There is no mark, police, nor pilots to drive them.
    Without God, the Controller of the Universe, none of
    these would happen. Everything is in order because
    there is God who controls everything. Allah has put
    orbit for each of those things. If we really think
    about it then we will know that God exist.

    “He it is who appointed the sun a splendor and the
    moon stages, that ye might know the number of the
    years, and the reckoning. Allah created not (all) that
    save in truth. He detaileth the revelations for people
    who have knowledge” [Quran 10:5]

    “It is not for the sun to overtake the moon, nor
    doth the night outstrip the day. They float each in an
    orbit” [Quran:40]
    People who think a lot about universe insha Allah will
    believe that there is a God!

    “Allah it is who raised up the heavens without
    visible supports, then mounted the Throne, and
    compelled the sun and the moon to be of service, each
    runneth unto an appointed term; He ordereth the
    course; He detaileth the revelations, that haply ye
    may be certain of the meeting with your Lord.”
    [Quran 13:2]

    “Such as remember Allah, standing, sitting, and
    reclining, and consider the creation of the heavens
    and the earth, (and say): Our Lord! Thou createdst
    not this in vain. Glory be to Thee! Preserve us from
    the doom of Fire” [Quran 3:191]

    Who is the Creator of People and Plants?

    To those arrogant people who deny the existence of
    God, Allah questions them about His creatures. Who is
    the creator of sperm and plant? People or God the All
    Wise Creator?

    “Have ye seen that which ye emit?
    Do ye create it or are We the creator?” [Quran

    “Have ye seen that which ye cultivate?
    Is it ye who foster it, or are We the Fosterer?”
    [Quran 56:63-64]

    “Was it ye who made the tree thereof to grow, or
    were We the grower?” [Quran 56:72]
    Can Men Create a Fly?

    In another verse, Allah challenges others to create a
    fly if they could do it. Men may be could make robots
    from things that created by Allah. Yet, none could
    make a fly from nothing nor thing that could reproduce
    except Allah:

    “…Lo! Those on whom ye call beside Allah will
    never create a fly though they combine together for
    the purpose. And if the fly took something from them,
    they could not rescue it from him. So weak are (both)
    the seeker and the sought!” [Quran 22:73]
    There are many other Quran verses that describe the
    existence of God and God is the All Wise Creator.

  • Oume

    assalamuraliakum wa rah matullahi wa barakatoouh

    may ALLAH bestow his rehmat on all those who are sharing there knowledge rightly on this website

    am thankful to all these additionla knowlledge and tips..
    its a great boost

    khuda hafiz



  • Abdulrahman Muazu

    The expose written on virtues of reading the Quran came very timely,coming in the fasting month.I will also like to add this-ALLAHUMA INNAKA AFUWUN TUHIBBUL AFUWA FA’AFU ANNA-to all my muslim brothers and sisters.

  • Mohamed Riad

    Allah is Great
    Ramadan is a training camp for us to lern self control
    Quran is very important to let us know the right way

  • Asalaamu Alaikum to all moslem brothers and sisters fasting in this Holy month of Ramadan. Allah loves mankind to benefit both on earth and in the hareafter that, he brought Quran to us as a guidance for prosperity, spiritual development and piety. Even the christians are gradually reading the Quran due to its simplicity ,what are passive moslems waiting for? May Allah give us the zeal and enthusiasm to read and practise the teachings of the Holy Quran. AMEEEN.

  • Asalaamu Alaikum to all moslem brothers and sisters fasting in this Holy month of Ramadan. Allah loves mankind to benefit both on earth and in the hareafter that, he brought Quran to us as a guidance for prosperity, spiritual development and piety. Even the christians are gradually reading the Quran due to its simplicity ,what are passive moslems waiting for? May Allah give us the zeal and enthusiasm to read and practise the teachings of the Holy Quran. AMEEEN.

  • Abdul-Ganiy Jaji

    There is no word as beautiful as ALLAH. No example as beautiful as RASULULLAH. No lesson as beautiful as ISLAM. No song as melodious as AZAN. No charity as meaningful as ZAKAT. No encyclopedia as perfect as AL-QURAN. No exercise as perfect as SALLAT. No dieting as perfect as FASTING. No journey as perfect as HAJJ. In these are PERFECT signs for people who REFLECT! RAMADAN KAREEM!

  • Hassan Awolaru

    Al jasau li ihsan illa li ihsan. May Allah reward you all (both the writers & the readers) of this beautiful articles. More greeze to your elbow. I love you all. Ramadan Kareem.

    Hassan Awolaru
    MSSN, Remo Area Council

  • Yahya Abdul-Azeez

    Jazakum llahu khairan, to the conceiver and those that contributed to this well educative initiative.
    May Allah (SWT) continues to enrich you all in knowledged and bless your entire household, amin.

  • Yahya Lateefat

    May Allah (SWT) accepts our Dua’s and forgive us our short comings, Amin.

    Hadrat Abu Hurairah (radhiyallahu anhu) reported tha Rasullullah (sallallahu alayhi wasallam) has said that: “whatever is prayed for at the time of breaking fast is granted and never refused.” (Tirmidhi)

  • sulaimon

    how i wish non muslims too could have access to this and see the greatness of ALLAH (swt) through quran. Since i know the power of the last two two rakas of the holy quran, which i dont fail to recite before going to bed, the era of bad dreams in me stopped. Thanks to ALLAH (swt).





  • Zainab Junaid

    Salam alaikun waramotulahi wabarakatuhu!!!
    With this write up, may Allah reward u writers abundantly and greatly in this month of Ramadan amin.i will add that there is need to spread the will of Allah not only in English and Arabic but also in peoples dialet pls for the sake of those that are novice of the official and arabic language. Also activities like reading of the Quran,constant prayer we engage in this month of ramadan we should endeavour to put it in practise after the completion of ramadan. it should’nt be for Ramadan alone pls.I pray Almighty Allah guide us through in all our endeavours. Rabanna Atina Fiduniyyah Asannata Wafilhakhirat Asannata Wakinnah Azabanar (Amin).

  • Maryam Amin Dantata

    May Allah reward and bless those who spread such kind of literature because others sure benefit. salam

  • I Ask Allah,2 Make U Happy Make U Smile Guide U Safty Thru Every Mile
    Grant U Wealth Give U Health And Most Of Give U Care
    I Wish U Well ” Ameen “

  • Iam deeply impressed from the services rendered through the website for the beter understanding of Islam.Quran Majeed is total guidance for life.It gives lesson to bring harmony among the nations so as to make this world a peaceful heavon. By following the teachings of Quran, one can make his life joyfull which is otherwise full of sorrows. May Allah reward you for spreading the teaching of Islam and service to the humanity.

  • Nasiru Ibrahim

    Assalamu Alaikum,

    I wish to our brother to study the Qur’an so that they can know more about and even this articles will encourage them to love Islam. May Allah reward and bless you ameen.

  • nima valian

    Praise to be Allah the Lord of creation,may his blessing and grace fall upon those brotheren and siters who follow his foot step and let others to be informed of the right path!
    I’m a university Prof in Iran.i found this website very interesting .please keep doing the best as you are now doing.

  • zabi

    As-salam-allaykum, Its Really nice to read such a wonderful things regarding The Holy Quran.May Allah reward and bless those who spread such kind of literature.

  • Yakubu Kasim Yakubu

    Assalamu Alikum dear readers sorry for hosting this information late, but Alhamdulillah it will be useful to all of us if we adhere to this simple but important rule about the holy Quran. I am somebody who Loves self criticism and I made it mandatory upon myself to apply this Rule. It’s called the 5 T Rule of the Quran. I challenge any one that read this article to Aplly the 5 T Rule.
    1. Tilawa ( Reading The Quran)
    2. Tartil ( Warratilil Qurana Tartillan)
    3. Tarjamah ( Transliteration of the Quran)
    4. Tadabur ( Applying what we learn from the Quran)
    5. Tafsir ( Knowing the meaning of whatever we read)
    Insha Allah if we apply the 5T Rules in our Life we will stand to gain alot from the Holy Quran in this world and the hereafter.
    Ma’asalam Allah knows best.

  • Hannatu Ismail

    Asalama Alaikum,
    Honestly reading this article has really touched my heart. May Allah forgive us our shortcomings and our sins. I pray we all become more virtues and uphold the messages of the holy Quran.Here is my prayer contribution to the muslim ummah- HUWALLAHUL LADHI LAILLAHU ILLAHUWA ALIMUL GAIBI WASHADA HUWA RAHMANIR RAHEEM.

  • Abdullateef Owolewa

    As salam alaikum, it’s a nice write-up. pls keep it up. I pray Almighty Allah make as an evidence for the writer(s) and not against him/her (them).

  • ibrahim musa arab

    assalamu alaikum warahmatullah Allah swt emancipates a number of his servant in every day & night of Ramadan.hope we are among them,may our best deeds be our last deeds & our best day be the day we meet him. Arab

  • sajith

    Alhamdulilah , doing dawa in this way is fine ,which may help many muslims to know the real taste of islam , so that they may enter into the path that leads to jannah – insha allah


  • rashidat shaibu

    salam alaikum, alhamdulillah you have touched the lifes of so many muslims including myself who are we to reward you but rather we say jazakumullahu khairan .we seek allah forgiveness and acceptance of our ramadan

  • Bashir Muhammad Abbo

    Assalaamu alaikum,

    This piece is indeed remarkable and thought provoking. May Allah aboundantly reward the writer, continue to bless the site
    and strengthen the faithfuls of the ummah to act according to the lessons drivable in this write up. Bisslaam

  • Alhamdu Lillah. It is pleasing to have write ups like the above. May Allah (SWT) give us the benefits of all the teachings and open our hearts to understand, comprehend and use the great tidings of our deen. Aamin.

  • Well done iqrasense. You are always doing great works. Infact Qur’an is the only living holly book that is free from adultration.It is the only truth and the criterion. In it the heart and body find tranquility. May Allah Almighty accept our siyyam,salat, zakat, sadaqa and all other ibadah we are able to put up in this holy month and even after it. Baraka Llahu fi kum.

  • Mohamed Essak

    Subhanallah…there is no limits to Allah(S.W.T)’s bounties.And this article proves that even a single word of Allah has the might to conquer All.Brilliant.Carry on with providing us with such insightful articles.

  • shabnam

    its really nice and important for every muslim i m thankful to my friend who send it to me. thanks to all the people who prepared this precious article for all of us. thanks a lot for every one behind this creation.

  • Warrell Nicholson

    Assalaam Alaikum. :For the efforts of this teaching medium, the efforts of learning and practicing. May it pleases Allah(SWT) to grant all involved, his mercy and forgiveness and make it easy for us in this life and in the hereafter.Ameen.

  • seham yaseen

    Salam wa alakum, I recieve your articles through my emails and when I eventually check my emails and see that I have something from this website it excites me and I can’t stop reading untill its done. I love reading about our religion and always learn something new about it and today I had the luck of reading a couple parts of this article to my sister (besma) over the phone. She enjoyed it as well, this is her first time trying to iqra the quran and finish it by th end of Ramadan. Articles like these encourage and inspire. Keep up the good work and Inshallah your members grow and grow, not only in numbers but in the knowledge you all provide. ALLAH MA’AKUM and ALLAH KHiLEEKUM. MA’ SALAMA

  • thana musaddiq

    the information is inspiring especially the stories keep up the good work

  • Yahaya Danzaria Esq.

    This is quite inspiring! May Allah in His infinite mercy reward the original authors, all contributors and readers alike.We pray to Allah to widen the horizons and intellectual outreach of this forum.

  • eza rahim

    Assalamu Alaikom, Allah Bless you all for the very inspiring prayers. . . In everything i Do and when worried of anything, my Duah includes ” Laillaha illallah Subhanallah,Ya Rahman, Ya Rahiim, Waqafabillahi Walliyan Waqafabillahi Nasser”, i repeat it often…

  • jamila

    thank you may Allah reward you abundantly you have provided us muslims with an effective weapon for coping with the troubles of day to day living

  • salaam,
    thank you all the contributors of this great teaching from our prophet sallallahu alaihim wa sallama .
    May ALLAH SUBHANAHU WA TA ALA reward all of you wit aljana tul firdausi Amin

  • Assalam,
    Dua is a perfume to the soul. its a sweet aroma that pleases Allah. May its fragrance be with us throughout our life time

  • nida durrani

    Asalam o alakum to all Muswlims
    publisishing of the such valuable literature on islamic topics are definitly helpful for the Muslims as well as nonmuslims to removes their doubts in islam.

  • shekeb niazi

    amazing, fantastic , may reward u for posting this article
    it is very very helpful for today’s muslim
    thank u

  • Thank you so much for sharing this useful article.

  • AbdulRahman

    that was a great way to inspire those who hesitate to read the Quran to work harder and put in more effort

  • samera

    wow that really encouraged me to become a better muslim

  • rubina


    may ALLAH reward all who have posted here.

  • Niaz Khan

    As salam o alaikum Warahematullahi wabarakatuhu .

    Jazaakum allah Khairan .May Allah Taala reward you with unlimited Rewards

    Keep it Up All the best.


    Indeed, ramadan is a great opotunity 4 we muslim.Lets all try 2 make judicious use of our tym. May Allah guide us aright AMEEN.

  • Ehteshaam

    Jazaak Allaah.
    thanks brother.

  • Rizwana

    Masha Allah, excellent

  • said ahmed hamdun



    “There is no power and no strength except with the grace of Allah” The beautiful book of Allah, Almighty All-Merciful brings guidance and light, and fills your heart with tranquility and peace.

  • Sameena

    JazakAllah Khair for sharing with us such important information about the Quran and its recital. The Quran should become the only source of Guidance for us and its recital a regular feature of our every day life.
    May Allah reward you for your efforts in making us think about the chief goal of our life – i.e. to earn Allah (SWT)’s Favor, and helping us utilise our time and efforts accordingly.

  • Nisar

    May allah reward u in this world and after iqra sense jazakallah for posting very useful article…..

  • mohammad shafi

    assalamu alaikum wa rahmathullah,

    it is very usefull for those who are thinking and keep in touch in islam, and all the mankind who want to remember ALLAH and his messenger. THANKS

  • Rashidat

    Sallam alaekum, can someone who recites the english version of the Holy Quran also says he/she has recited d Quran for the day?

    • magaji mohammed

      Assalamu alaykumBy this article above, it is better recited even if not smooth as it has been said to have more reward even. But where a muslim has not been able to do so, then it is better recited in english so that one will learn more about Allah, Prophet (SAW) and Islam. Allahu Yalam !

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  • Lisa

    Masha Allah, Shukran. Ramada Mubarak.

  • Abdulazeez Aderibigbe

    Asalam alaikun, may the BLESSING in this month of ramadan spread into the muslims family throghout the world. This is a month worth more than 83years of worship. May Allah rewards us abundantly in the month. My prayer is that ALLAH will reward you for this beautiful work amin

  • syed firasath ahmed

    JazakAllah khair..

    Quran is a book of guidance to the whole mankind…The only thing Which can Intercede during day of Resurrection is Glorious Quran.

    May Allah Bless us to Undesrtand Quran and Recite it frequently.

  • Musa Abdullahi Kabo

    Jazakallhul khair.Is only Allah that can pay u.

  • Aman

    Thanks a lot for this wonderful article.
    May Allah shower all muslims with blessings. Ameen

  • wale Balogun K

    This article is very educative. I hope I can be getting all the time. Thanks to the writer… Jazakumulahu Kahiran

  • Angsana

    Quran have been my guidance to live healthily an happily all the time .The Quran has given me the power of serenity and peace of mind and heart , when ever I am in distress or happiness Quran and sujud shukor will be my practise in life, indeed The Quran is a great friend of peace and harmony of my existence since the age of 8 years old. Your article is very articulate and practical everyone to make joyous way of life. May Allah blessed Iqrasence

  • Rustam

    Asslamoalaikum o rahmatullah he barkatuhu
    Mashallah, Jazakallah
    Very excellent and relavant

  • Mazin Mohammad Sayeed

    An appropriate article for the blessed month. Please keep up the good work. It will be good if the Arabic verse is also printed along with the English translation. May Allah reward your efforts.

  • Mohammed Delil

    I don’t have a word that can express my appreciation. May Allah accept your efforts and reward you with Jennah. What is sweet is sweet to your eyes; I was impressed from the first statement in the article i.e no one ( both men& Jinn) can bring the like of the Noble Qur’an!

  • Abdullahi Sheidu

    Absolutely and manifestly the thruth.May Allah continue to be your strength and guide- Amin.Ramadan kareem to you all.

  • Allah knows best. The article was well researched

  • Nuruddeen Thaalith

    Jazaakal Lahu Kuantan for such beautiful and thought provoking messages that would definitely help in spurring all Muslims to cultivate the habit of reading the holy Quran. May Allah Subhaana Hu wa Ta’aala reward your team abundantly.

  • Alhamdiliah we are born moslems and the holy Quran is our guide.

  • nissa

    Aslaam alykum, this is the first time I have been on this site and Mashallah I found it very informative and inspiring to learn and read the Quran. Thankyou, may Allaah reward you abundantly…xx

  • Safiya Muhammad

    Alhamdulillah,may every muslim cultivate the habit of reading the Holly Qur’an. Ameen.

  • May Allah (swt) continue to guide, protect and give us the ability to follow the sunnah of rasul (saw) amin.

  • Emaan

    True No Doubt that Holy Quran have healing powers , specially Surat Al fatiha , becase i had a big experience on it, when i was a kid 11 year old, i for fun read surat al fatiha on my uncal because he was having high fever, he tired all the medicines but did not worked , i read surat al fatihah and blow on him , he became fit than and all his pain was gone, i repeated it again on someone else,she got cured as well , all in my family and strangers got surprised thn,

  • habeeba

    This is a wonderful exposition of the ALLAH’S book.May He continue bless the provider of this information

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