Can we read verses 51 and 52 of the chapter of al-Qalam in prayers?
- Can we read verses 51 and 52 of the chapter of al-Qalam in prayers as additional verses?
Submitted by on Thu, 21/10/2021 - 10:20
Dear Brother / Sister,
The following is stated in the Quran "... read ye, therefore, of the Qur'an as much as may be easy for you..." (al-Muzzammil, 73/20)
Accordingly, a person can read any chapter or verses after the chapter of al-Fatiha. Thus, we can read verses 51 and 52 of the chapter of al-Qalam.
According to Hanafis, it is wajib to read a short chapter or one or more verses from the Quran after al-Fatiha in the first two rak’ahs of fard prayers and all rak’ahs of other prayers; it is sunnah according to other madhhabs.
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