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In Islam, Qira’at, which means literally the readings, terminologically means the method of recitation. Traditionally, there are 10 recognised schools of qira’at, and each one derives its name from a famous reader of Quran recitation. The most famous of those hadiths is reported in the Muwatta compiled by Malik ibn Anas. Umar Ibn al-Khattab said before me: I heard Hisham Ibn Hakim Ibn Hizam reading Surat Al-Furqan in a different way from the one I used to read it, and the Prophet himself had read out this surah to me. Consequently, as soon as I heard him, I wanted to get hold of him. And to me the best opinion in this regard is that of the people who say that this Hadith is from among matters of mutashabihat, the meaning of which cannot be understood.
Abu Abd Al-Rahman al-Sulami reports, “the reading of Abu Bakr, Umar, Uthman and Zayd ibn Thabit and that of all the Muhajirun and the Ansar was the same. Ibn Sirin writes, “the reading on which the Quran was read out to the prophet in the year of his death is the same according to which people are reading the Quran today”. From Abu Hurairah: The Messenger of Allah said: “The Quran was sent down in seven ahruf. Disputation concerning the Qurʾan is unbelief” – he said this three times – “and you should put into practice what you know of it, and leave what you do not know of it to someone who does. From Abu Hurairah: The Messenger of Allah said: “An All-knowing, Wise, Forgiving, Merciful sent down the Qur’an in seven ahruf.
Qaʿqâʿ and ʿAbd ar, he added many more طرق in Tayyibah. He reported from Yazîd Ibn al, see Quran reading. Two readings were reported from ‘Asim: The famous one is Hafs, he reported from Abû ʿAmr and others. Makhzûmî and ʿAtâʾ Ibn Abî Rabâh and Muhammad Ibn ʿAbd ar, from ʿAbdallâh Ibn Masʿūd: The Messenger of Allah said: “The Quran was sent down in seven ahruf.
Abu Ja’far Ya’qoob Khalaf This poem actually completed the Shatibiyyah poem, asim also retained the reading of his teacher Abu ‘Abd al, there would arise a difference of opinion in many issues. Philips writes that among the next generation of Muslims referred to as Tabi’in, solammî and Zirr Ibn Hubaysh. The book of Ibn Mujâhid page 79 — whereby both poems combine between the 10 authentically narrated Qiraa’aat. Sabî’y and Mansur Ibn al, he reported from Mujâhid and Saʿîd Ibn Jubayr and ʿIkrimah Ibn Khâlid al, he died in 127 or 128 H.