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Qira'a in salat

أبواب القراءة في الصلاة

Chapters on the Qira’a (Recitation of the Quran) in Salat



Chapter 1 - Obligatoriness of the recitation of the Fatiha of the Book in the two (rak`at salat) and in the first two (rak`at) from other than it

Chapter 2 - Reciting al-Fatiha alone without the sura after it when in a hurry

Chapter 3 - Someone who is not able to (recite) al-Fatiha nor other than it from the Quran, and he was not able to learn (it) due to the narrowness of time, it suffices him to do takbir and tasbih, and likewise the person in a hurry in the nafila

Chapter 4 - Reciting a sura after al-Fatiha, and regarding partitioning it

Chapter 5 - Permissibility of partitioning the sura in the farida out of taqiyya

Chapter 6 - It is permissible to recite in the second rak`a of the farida and the nafila the sura which one recited in the first rak`a, upon dislike if one is proficient in other than it

Chapter 9 - Doing du`a in the salat with a du`a that contains a sura from the Quran

Chapter 10 - aD-DuHa (93) and alam nashraH (94) are a single sura, and likewise al-feel (105) and li-eelaaf (106), so when one of them are recited in a rak`a from the farida the other is recited with it

Chapter 11 - The basmala is an ayat of al-Fatiha and of every sura except for Bara’a and the obligatoriness of bringing it, and the invalidation of the salat by purposely abandoning it and the obligatoriness of its repetition.

Chapter 12 - Permissibility of leaving the basmala off due to taqiyya, and the permissibility of leaving off the reciting of it aloud in the place of silent recitation and in taqiyya

Chapter 13 - What is recited in the nawafil of the zawal

Chapter 15 - Not to leave off reciting at-Tawhid and al-Kafirun in seven places

Chapter 16 - Emphasis of the desirability of reciting al-Jahd (sura al-Kafirun, 109) then at-Tawhid (sura al-Ikhlas, 112) in the two rak`at of fajr and the permissibility of reciting whichever two sura one wants

Chapter 17 - Impermissibility of saying ameen at the end of al-Hamd, and the desirability of the follower (behind an imam in jama`a) and other than him (to say) “al-Hamdu lillaahi rabbi ‘l-`aalameen” (Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds)

Chapter 19 - Dislike of reciting al-Ikhlas in a single breath

Chapter 21 - Desirability of reciting the basmala aloud in the place of hushed recitation and its emphasis for the imam

Chapter 22 - Desirability of audible recitation in the nawafil of the night, and hushed recitation in the nawafil of the day, and the permissibility of the opposite

Chapter 25 - Audible recitation of the qira’a in fajr, maghrib and `isha, and Jum`a

Chapter 26 - Obligatoriness of repeating (the salat) upon one who leaves off jahr and ikhfat (audible recitation and hushed recitation) in their place on purpose, and the non-obligatoriness of repeating upon one who leaves them off forgetfully or absent-mindedly or out of ignorance

Chapter 32 - The rule of repeating what one forgot or doubted regarding of the some of the qira’a

Chapter 34 - Halting from the recitation in the salat when one wants to advance to another place

Chapter 41 - The rule of reciting 

 from the mushaf (of the Quran) in the nafila and the farida


Chapter 42 - The praying person having the choice in the third and fourth (rak`at) between doing qira’at of al-Hamd alone by itself and doing the four tasbihat, and the desirability of repeating it (the tasbihat) thrice and seeking forgiveness after it


Chapter 51 - Desirability of choosing to do tasbih over qira’a in the last two (rak`at) whether one is an imam or praying alone, and if one forgot the qira’a in the first two

Chapter 59 - That it suffices the mute in the qira’a, tashahhud, the rest of the adhkar and what it similar to them to move his tongue, resolve his heart and gesture with his finger

Chapter 73 - Audibly reciting in the salat of Jum`a or zhuhr on the day of Jum`a

Chapter 74 - Obligatoriness of reciting in salat and other than it the seven mutawatir recitations (al-qira’at) apart from the irregular and narrated ones