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Does the Quran contain the exact procedure of salaat?


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« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2016, 06:45:33 am »

That's a very logical question Sister Ruhi.  I've myself thought of it quite a few times.  I absolutely agree that Verse 73:20 refers to any pieces of Quranic contents, complete Surahs included of course.  But you're right, according to the way we are taught, we can only recite complete Surahs after Fatiha.  However, personally I don't see any reason why we shouldn't also include Quranic Ayats, Verses and Quranic lines in our recitations after the Fatiha.  That would be perfectly in accordance with Quranic rules.  There are certainly no instructions in the Quran that say our recitations must consist only of complete Surahs.  Verse 73:20 is a proof of that.   
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