On Recitation Of The Holy Quran And It’s Translation

Contemporary Fatawa, Fiqh, Quran & Tafseer

Q. I asked a relative of mine to take to the recitation of the Qur’an, a part of it, everyday. Two weeks later when we met again, he said he had finished half of it. Later, when I found out that he had read a translation of the Qur’an and not the text, he told me that there was no use reading the text without understanding it, so he read the translation. Please guide us to the correct approach in this respect?

September 1, 2010


Fiqh, The Legal Status of Following a Madhab

How may a Layman Recognise the Mujtahid?

(6) We have stated in the beginning that taqleed, whichever of the two kinds you consider, is nothing more than to ask one who is in adept in the science of Qur’an and sunnah and whose understanding, insight and juristic knowledge is reliable, that one who is incapable may know.

Some people wonder how an ignorant seeker will distinguish an adept imam? (Tahreek Azadi Fikr p13)

Let us suffice by reproducing Imam Ghazali’s text on the subject.

August 18, 2008