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Does the Quran contain the exact procedure of salaat?


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« Reply #15 on: September 14, 2016, 05:05:16 am »

Thanks a billion ma Sis.  My husband and I were showered with many different answers when we tried to find out about this from friends and our Islamic community folks.  Some say if you choose to recite Ayat then you must recite minimal of 3 Ayats.  Someone else said if it's a long Ayat like Ayat al-Kursi then only one Ayat is enough.  Then again someone else said whether the Ayat is long or short, you must recite 3 Ayats after Fatiha (if it's not a Surah). 

Just look at the wholesale differences of opinion.  But we decided to ignore them.  Allah does not refer to any such rules of minimal or maximum Ayats.   All Quranic Verses and complete Surahs are beautiful.  We can recite whichever we remember.  That's what Allah has said.
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