NO! That is the biggest mistake that you can make! You will notice (or not) there are many words translated from the Quran originated from the Persian language instead of the Arabic.
Can I read the Quran in English letters?
No, you shouldn’t read the Quran in Arabic with English letters. The quranic syllabus has an exclusive section for studying the rules of tajweed. The exact emission point (makhraja) of each and every letter matters while reciting the Quran.
Does the Quran have to be read in Arabic?
“Reciting” the Holy Quran should be done in Arabic, and in the “Qureshi” dialect in the prayers and ordinary reciting. All Muslims are advised to read the Quran in Arabic because reciting even one letter of the Quran rewards us with 10 good deeds according to a well known and accepted Hadees (saying of Prophet).
Do you still get reward for reading Quran in English?
Understanding the Qur’aan will have its benefits, but the direct reward that we get simply for reciting the Qur’aan will be absent if you just read the English translation. Hope this answers the question.
Is it better to read Quran in Arabic or English?
reading in arabic is the best, because its directly the word of Allah. while translations are word of mankind. but if you cant read arabic, you can read quran in your own language and Allah accepts it from you.
Do all Arabs understand Quran?
No. Most Arabs don’t understand the language of the Qur’an. That’s why you’ll typically hear the exegesis of a Qur’anic verse during any given Friday sermon, subject to the biases and prejudices of the speaker of course.
Can the Quran touch the floor?
Quran-handling regulations extend far beyond disposal. Depending on their chosen sect, Muslims are forbidden to touch the Quran during menstruation, allow the book to touch the ground, leave it open after reading, use it as a pillow, or take it into impure places such as the bathroom.
Can Muslims read the Quran?
The Qur’an is treated with immense respect by Muslims because it is the sacred word of God. While the Qur’an is recited aloud, Muslims should behave with reverence and refrain from speaking, eating or drinking, or making distracting noise.
Can I learn Quran by myself?
Traditionally, Muslim families have children learn Quran by rote, but if you are a new Muslim or want to learn more of the Quran on your own, learning to read the Quran is considered a meritorious act.
Who wrote the Quran?
The Prophet Muhammad disseminated the Koran in a piecemeal and gradual manner from AD610 to 632, the year in which he passed away. The evidence indicates that he recited the text and scribes wrote down what they heard.
Do you get hasanat for listening to Quran?
Yes it counts of course. It is a very good deed, and Allah rewards you for it. In fact, one of the best ways to memorize Quran is through listening alone. But remember the golden rule that the more work the better the reward, and undoubtedly listening is easier than reciting.
Can I read the Quran in English without Wudu?
Holding both Arabic Quran and its translations without touching does not need to perform Wudu. There is a simple reason, the translated Qur’an is just an interpretation of the Qur’an and not the actual Qur’an. The actual Qur’an commonly called the Mushaf, are the spoken words of Allah.
Is it mandatory to read the Quran?
No, reciting the Holy Quran is not compulsion (Wajib) for Muslims; but it’s recommended (Mustahab). As you know, some precepts are compulsion for every obliged Muslim such as Prayer of the Signs (Salat al-Ayat). Some of them are forbidden (Haram) like eat the flesh of swine.