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| Topic: How Many Muslims Read The Holy Quran?
Posted: 08 January 2013 at 4:27am
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All Muslims believe in the Holy Quran. It is a source of true guidance and also provides the right direction for all the humanity.
Facts about Holy Quran:
• The language of this Holy Book is Arabic and it contains the literal words of Almighty Allah, that were reveled to Prophet Muhammad(P.B.U.H) through the angel Gabriel over a period of almost twenty-three years.
• The meaning of word Quran is “recitation”, while Tajweed is the Arabic word for elocution.
• It contains a set of rules that tell about the ethics and code for spending life in a peaceful manner.
Often a question is raised, how much Muslims read Holy Quran. Almost 90% of all the Muslim are non-Arabs, and a general perception is that they read the translated version of Quran. However, this in not very true. Nowadays, because of the availability of internet, you can easily learn Quran from a professional Online Quran Tutor. But the fact is that there are very less Muslims who read the Holy Quran with translation. Most of these Muslims read and recite Quran for just getting reward from reciting the Arabic language.
The important point to keep in mind is that most people listen to Quran in a way like they are listening to music in the car or in the home. However, there are certain ethics that you must follow during the recitation of Quran. Recitation of Holy Quran must be done in a beautiful manner. Now if there is a question about how many Muslim recite Holy Quran everyday, then there would not be a satisfactory answer to this question. The truth is that there are only few Muslims who spend their best time of day in the recitation of Holy Quran.
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