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Shaykh ʿUbayd al-Jābirī: The Ruling on Collective Supplication and Qurʾān Recitation

Posted by Admin on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 and filed under Verdicts

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Shaykh ʿUbayd al-Jābirī was asked:

Is supplication immediately after prayer an innovation and is reciting the Qurʾān collectively also an innovation?

He answered:

If you mean collective supplication [after the prayer] this is an innovation, yes. Likewise, reciting the Qurʾān collectively, just like supplication [collectively], it is also from the innovations. However, there is nothing to prevent a teacher presenting a verse to his students and making them recite it [collectively] whilst he is listenting, if Allāh wills, there is nothing to prevent this. Though it is better that each of them recites separately.

Source: Miraath.Net
Translated by Abū ʿIyāḍ Amjad Rafiq @abuiyaadsp

السؤال : بارك الله لكم يا شيخنا وهذا السؤال الحادي العشرون من الجزائر يقول: هل الدعاء مباشرة بعد الصلاة بدعة ؟ وهل قراءة القرآن جماعة أيضًا هذا بدعة؟ الجواب : إن كنت تريد الدعاء الجماعي فهو بدعة نعم، وكذلك قراءة القرآن بشكل جماعي كالدعاء أيضًا من البدع، لكن لا مانع أن يلقي المعلم الآية على تلامذته ويجعلهم يقرؤنها وهو يسمع هذا إن شاء الله لا مانع منه، والأفضل أن يُقرأ كل واحد على حدة نعم.


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