Quran is the word of Allah SWT which does not contain any falsehood. The Quran gives guidance and guidance to mankind in the course of its life.
This is so that mankind may be saved in the Hereafter, and be among those who receive mercy from God.
That is why there is no greater knowledge learned by a Muslim than the priority of studying the Koran. As said the Prophet Sallahu alaihi wa sallam,
“The best of you is the one who studied the Quran and taught it,” (HR. Bukhari)
When reciting the Quran, a Muslim should pay attention to the following manners in order to obtain the perfection of the reward in reciting the Quran:
- 1 1, Reading in holy circumstances, sitting politely and quietly
- 2 2. Read it slowly (tartil) and not fast, in order to live the verse read
- 3 3. Reciting the Quran solemnly’, by crying, because the touch of the influence of the verse read can touch the soul and feelings.
- 4 4. Make a sound when reading the Quran
- 5 5. Reading the Quran begins with taa’wuz
1, Reading in holy circumstances, sitting politely and quietly
In reciting the Quran one is recommended in a holy state. However, it is per acceptable if he reads in a state of.
Imam Haromain said, “The one who recite the Qur’an in unclean state, he is not said to do anything makruh, but he leaves something major,” (At-Tibyan, ex. 58-59).
2. Read it slowly (tartil) and not fast, in order to live the verse read
The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever recites the Qur’an for less than three days, then he does not understand.” (Ahmad and the constituents of the Books of Sunan).
Some companions hate the recitation of the Quran one night, based on the hadith above. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ordered Abdullah Ibn ‘Umar to recite the Qur’an every week (7 days). Bukhari, Muslim).
As did Abdullah ibn Mas’ud, Uthman ibn Affan, Zaid ibn Tsabit, they recited the Qur’an once a week.
3. Reciting the Quran solemnly’, by crying, because the touch of the influence of the verse read can touch the soul and feelings.
Allah explains some of the attributes of His righteous servants, “And they fall down upon their faces weeping, and they increase in humility.” Al-Isra’: 109).
However, it is not prescribed for a person to pretend to cry with a contrived cry.
4. Make a sound when reading the Quran
As the Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said, “Decorate the Qur’an with your voice.” (HR. Ahmad, Ibn Maajah and Al-Hakim). In another hadith it is explained, “Not including my people who do not recite the Qur’an,” (HR. Bukhari and Muslim).
The meaning of this hadith is to read the Qur’an with a clear and clear reading of the makhraj letters, the length of the reading, not until it comes out of the provisions of tajwid rules. And one doesn’t have to squeal beyond his means.
5. Reading the Quran begins with taa’wuz
Allah subhanahu wa Ta’ala said,
“And if you are going to read the Qur’an, then seek refuge in Allah from the temptations of the accursed Shaitan (Satan). An-Nahl: 98).
Reciting the Qur’an does not interfere with the person who is praying, and there is no need to read it in a voice that is too loud or in a place where many people do. Recite in a soft voice solemnly.’
The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:
“Remember that every one of you worships his Lord, So do not disturb the other. And one of you should not speak louder than the other when reading the Quran”. (Abu Dawood, Nasa’i, Baihaqi and Hakim)