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  • Is it pemissable to read quran backward?

    Assalamulikum, is this allow? For example, starts with Juz’ 30, An Nabaa 1 - An Nas 6, and then Juz 29, until Juz 1?

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    Wa'alaykumussalam warahmatullah. Why do you want to that?

    (I have a feeling br Abu 'Abdullaah won't be too pleased with this thread.)
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    • #3
      I like to understand the Quran.

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      • #4
        Yes, it's permissible. They actually get you to start memorization like that. You begin with the last Juz. Then, you work up to the first Juz. This isn't exactly reading the Qur'ān backwards. Reading backwards would be like taking the word you and reading it uoy and doing that with complete sentences. That is absolutely harām.
        Watch those eyes

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        • Abu julaybeeb
          Abu julaybeeb commented
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          isnt that used by saahirs?

        • ZeeshanParvez
          ZeeshanParvez commented
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          Yes, I have heard it is. I am going by hearsay. I haven't confirmed myself if it is the case.

      • #5
        Originally posted by Fakhri View Post
        Wa'alaykumussalam warahmatullah. Why do you want to that?

        (I have a feeling br Abu 'Abdullaah won't be too pleased with this thread.)
        You guessed right. Getting tired of OP and his stupid questions.

        Might have to nip it in the bud...

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