Is listening to the Qur’an equivalent to the reward of reading?… Al-Shahat Azzazy answers.. video

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Monday, March 18, 2024 05:11 PM

Dr. Al-Shahat Azazi, a scholar of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, answered a question about whether hearing the recitation of the Holy Qur’an compensates for the reward of reading the Qur’an, because he does not know how to read and write?

The Al-Azhar scholar explained during an episode of the “Al-Bayt” program, broadcast on “Al-Nas” satellite channel, today, Monday: “God does not deprive anyone of His grace in these blessed days, and we have many channels that recite the Qur’an once or twice every day, with soft voices, as pleasant to hear as to read.” In a hadith on the authority of our Prophet, whoever recites a verse is good for him, and whoever hears it, it will be a light for him on the Day of Resurrection.”

He continued: “If you do not know how to read, open the Qur’an and pass your eyes over it. Looking at the Qur’an is an act of worship, and this expiates all bad looks.”

Al-Nas Channel is keen to provide diverse content during the month of Ramadan, as the map of programs broadcast on screen during the 30 days included 28 diverse programs, ranging from advocacy, fatwa, interpretation of the Qur’an, explanation of the Sunnah, scientific discussion, recitation, and transmission of rituals from major mosques from inside and outside Egypt.

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