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    I heard of someone who recited the whole of the quran in one night of taraweeh this ramadan.
    Is this right?
    Is there not a hadith that the Quran should not be read in less that three days?

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    I know some masjids in pakistan do tarawehs according to how many days you want to go for, some are 20 days, 15, 10, 5, 3 probably even 1

    not sure about that hadith, I'm sure some Rasulullah or some the companions would pray whole qurans in a single rakat of tahajjud
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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    If the Qur'an is read with proper Tajweed it takes almost exactly an hour to read one Juz. Since there are 30 Juz, I can not see how it could be properly read in less than 30 hours. while it is possible (I have done so) to read it silently in one night, if a reader is reciting it aloud, it is not being properly recited if read in one night. Just my opinion Astagfirullah
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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Quote Originally Posted by innocent View Post
    Is there not a hadith that the Quran should not be read in less that three days?
    I have also heard about this hadith. Can't remember the details, though.
    so I assume that it takes a minimum of three days for the whole qur'an to be recited by a single person who is reciting with correct full tajweed while that person is still able to ponder each ayat

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Quote Originally Posted by innocent View Post
    I heard of someone who recited the whole of the quran in one night of taraweeh this ramadan.
    Is this right?
    Is there not a hadith that the Quran should not be read in less that three days?
    Yes, this was done in London, UK. With all due respect to the people involved - it was a joke and a disservice to the Qur'an.

    Took them around 6 hours to complete (that's including ruku'/sujud & everything). I didn't actually attend but heard a recording; they were reciting at an absolutely ridiculous pace - I doubt even huffadh would be able to comprehend what was being recited.

    It is possible to complete the Qur'an in 1 night whilst giving it justice - reciting on average 3 juz per hour, you'd finish in 10 hours. And it has been reported that many of our Salaf would do so.

    With regards to completing Qur'an in less than 3 days, Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali clarified:

    "The forbiddance of completing recitation of the Quran in less than 3 days applies to this being made a regular practice, but as for favoured times such as Ramadan, esp. the nights in which Laylat al-Qadr is sought, or favoured places such as Makkah for the visitor, it is recommended to increase reciting the Quran to avail the time and place. This is the view of Ahmad, Ishaq & other Imams, and the practice of others indicates this too." [al-Lataa'if al-Ma'aarif]
    Last edited by Al-Hanbali; 09-18-2010 at 12:31 AM.
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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    One who reads the Qur'an in less than three days does not understand it (Abu Da'ud, Tirmidhi).

    Narrated by Abdullah bin Amr ibn Al-'as(Radhiallaho anho):

    I asked Allah's Messenger (sallAllaahu `alaihi wasallam):In how many days should I complete the recitation of the whole Qur'an, Apostle of Allah? He replied: In one month. He said: I am more energetic to complete it in a period less than this. He kept on repeating these words and lessening the period until he said: Complete its recitation in seven days. He again said: I am more energetic to complete it in a period less than this. The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: He who finishes the recitation of the Qur'an in less than three days does not understand it.

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Abdullah bin Umar from Rasool-Allah , "For whoever the door of duaa opened, for him the doors of mercy are opened. Whatever duaa is asked from Allah the best duaa is for well-being and safety among them." (Tirmizi)

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Quote Originally Posted by - A.I - View Post
    Yes, this was done in London, UK. With all due respect to the people involved - it was a joke and a disservice to the Qur'an.

    Took them around 6 hours to complete (that's including ruku'/sujud & everything). I didn't actually attend but heard a recording; they were reciting at an absolutely ridiculous pace - I doubt even huffadh would be able to comprehend what was being recited.

    It is possible to complete the Qur'an in 1 night whilst giving it justice - reciting on average 3 juz per hour, you'd finish in 10 hours. And it has been reported that many of our Salaf would do so.

    With regards to completing Qur'an in less than 3 days, Ibn Rajab al-Hanbali clarified:
    Most taraweeh that I have attended tend to recite the Qu'ran very quick and I always found it a disservice being that one is suppose to reflect on the words which are being recited. Often times I can't make out what the Imam is saying because the recitation is so fast. Therefore, I'm not surprised that there are places which would attempt such a thing.

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Quote Originally Posted by forevermm View Post
    Most taraweeh that I have attended tend to recite the Qu'ran very quick and I always found it a disservice being that one is suppose to reflect on the words which are being recited. Often times I can't make out what the Imam is saying because the recitation is so fast. Therefore, I'm not surprised that there are places which would attempt such a thing.
    I think this is not good. ALLAH like the person who read or recite Quran slowly with understanding. Quran is a holy book it shouldn't be read like a burden or a time passing material.

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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?



    Quote Originally Posted by - A.I - View Post
    It is possible to complete the Qur'an in 1 night whilst giving it justice - reciting on average 3 juz per hour, you'd finish in 10 hours. And it has been reported that many of our Salaf would do so.
    No, its not possible to recite the Quran properly and fully within ten hours. Given the pace of acceptable speedy recitation; it would take over fifteen hours to recite the Quran.

    As for the salaf; they didn't have access to modern clocks, but judging by the rules of tajweed; its not acceptable to recite the Quran too fast.


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    Re: Whole Quran in one night?

    Quote Originally Posted by innocent View Post
    I heard of someone who recited the whole of the quran in one night of taraweeh this ramadan.
    Is this right?
    Is there not a hadith that the Quran should not be read in less that three days?
    An-Nawawi (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
    As for those who completed the Qur’an in a single rak‘ah, they are innumerable, because they are so many. They include: ‘Uthmaan ibn ‘Affaan, Tameem ad-Daari, and Sa‘eed ibn Jubayr.

    Al-Adhkaar(p. 102)

    https://islamqa.info/en/156299?_e_pi...0%2C6077207478

    http://islamqa.org/hanafi/qibla-hanafi/36180


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