How Did The Messanger Of Allah (Peace Be Upon Him) Read The Quran?
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Yahya ibn Mamlak (radyyallahu anhu) said: "I ​​asked the Ummah Salam about how the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon) read the Quran. It replied that his reading was clear and intelligible".

Qatada (radyyallahu anhu) said: "I asked Anas ibn Malik about how the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) read the Quran. He replied: "He has extended the letter where it is nesessary to lengthen while reading".

Ibn Abu Mulayk (radyyallahu anhu) said: "The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) read verses separately, that is paused between them. He read as follows: "Alhamdu lillyahi rabbil - 'alyamin" and stayed. Then: "Ar - Rahim rahmanir", and again stayed. Then, "Maliki yavmid-din".

Abu Abdullah ibn Qays (radyyallahu anhu) said, "I ​​asked Aisha (radyyallahu anha):

- Did the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) read the Qur'an aloud or silently?

She replied:

- He read aloud as well as silently. Then I said: "Thank God Who relieve everything!"

Umm Hani (radyyallahu anha) told me: "When I was lying in bed, then I heard how the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) read the Quran near the Kaaba".

Abdullah ibn Mugaffal (radyyallahu anhu) told: "I ​​saw the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) in the day of the conquest of Mecca. He sat astride a camel. He read the verse: "Inna fatahna laka fathan mubeena, li-yaghfira laka Allahu maa taqaddama min dhanbika wa maa taakhkhar". He read and read well. Shuba reported that Mu'awiya ibn Qurra said: "If I was not afraid that people will gather around me, I began to read exactly as he read".

Qatada (radyyallahu anhu) told: "All the prophets sent by Allah, were lovely and had a beautiful voice. And the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) was a beautiful and had a beautiful voice. He did not tardzhi - when reading the Quran his voice did not tremble and vibrate".

Ibn Abbas (radyyallahu anhu) told: "When the Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) was at home, his reading of the Quran during the time of the night prayer sometimes heard in the yard".

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