The Quran's Rights On Every Muslim

The Holy Quran holds special importance in the lives of all Muslims. Muslims for ages have seeked and extracted guidance from the Book of Allah. Besides, the Holy Quran teaches us a perfect way of life. Therefore, it is important for all Muslims to recite the Holy Quran alongside its translation so that we know what to do and what to avoid. But just simply reciting the Holy Quran is not enough. You should know that to recite the Holy Quran, there are a few manners and etiquettes that you guys need to follow. Besides, it is highly important that you follow the rights of the Holy Quran. Yes, you heard it right. The Holy Quran has a number of rights that you guys need to follow. These are: 

Note: It is highly important that when you take online Quran classes in the UK, you know about these rights so that if your tutor is not following them, you can highlight them.

Rights of The Holy Quran On You

The Quran is the divine and most sacred word of Allah bestowed upon mankind as mercy. But to recite the Holy Quran in a proper way, it is highly recommended that you fulfill the rights of the Holy Quran. Thus, today we bring to you the rights of the Holy Quran that you guys should follow. 

1. Keep Firm Faith In The Quran’s Existence And Message

For the followers of the Quran, faith in it is of utmost importance. The Quran was sent down to educate Islam, so believing in its reality is necessary. Faith is the first pillar of Islam. Because the Revelation is Allah’s message, it is treated with the same respect as faith, which is known as the basis of all religions. The scripture, according to devout believers, was given to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH by the angel Jibril. They adhere to its teachings and consider them to be the only source of all truth.

“This is the Book, without a doubt, a guide for those who are conscious of Allah.” [Al-Quran 2:2]

We trust the power of the Quran, which is why we believe in it. Consequently, having faith in God’s power. Belief in this Book includes acceptance of both the paths it lays out as the only true way for its followers and belief in the passages it contains.

2. Read According To The Demands

The Qur’an must be recited with diligence. Basic manners should be observed, such as performing Wudhu before reciting and sitting in a correct position. Furthermore, recitation ought to follow the rules set forth in the right Tajweed and Maharaj.

The Quran’s words need to be spoken and delivered with specific emphasis, which is something that most people overlook and read in their own way. A good schedule should be adhered to, just as any other significant life work is planned and completed at the appropriate times.

Some verses of the Quran should be memorized. Every day, five prayers should be offered throughout the day, repeating these Ayaats. The benefits of learning the Quran are enormous.

3. Understand The Quran

Muslims must comprehend the Quran in order for it to fulfill its purpose. The Prophet’s Sunnah (PBUH) is a great source for its teaching. Read the tafsir that academics have penned over time in order to understand the scripture. Muslims must be able to understand the Quran if they are to apply it to all facets of their lives.

The Quran and its tafsir are accessible on several reliable websites. Thanks to improvements in translation software, people who don’t understand Arabic can now simply interpret the passages.

4. Memorize The Quran

It is highly recommended that all of you memorize the Holy Quran by heart. Memorizing the Holy Quran is beneficial due to a number of ways. Firstly, you will have the entire word of Allah alongside you at all times. Secondly, as much as you recite the memorized verses, you will get the rewards. Therefore, it is important that you guys memorize the Holy Quran. Below is an Ahadith that you guys should know about Quran memorization. 

The Holy Prophet (PBUH) Said: 

“The best among you (Muslims) are those who learn the Qur’an and teach it.”

[Sahih al-Bukhari, #5027]

We are all aware of the rewards in the Hereafter and in Paradise for huffadh (those who memorize the complete Qur’an). Their status will be improved, their good deeds will be multiplied, they will be invited to recite the Qur’an in honor of them, and their parents will be crowned.

5. Spread The Message

Truth-telling about Islam is the duty of a good Muslim. The purpose of the Quran is to convey its message to people who require instruction. No one should be forced to learn; rather, an educated Muslim should enlighten and direct those who are unable to receive religious education.

For instance, it is required of parents and elders to pass on their knowledge to their offspring. The word of the Quran can also be disseminated in this generation by means of online communication or publications.

Muhammad PBUH, the Prophet of Islam, went above and beyond to preach his faith. He was persecuted and mocked, and he traveled far to spread the word of Allah SWT.

6. Act Upon The Quran According To Its Demands

Actions play a role in belief. When you truly believe in something or someone, you will carry out their orders. The Qur’an grants you the same most fundamental right. When you say you believe something, it shouldn’t just be words. It should be supported by deeds. Whatever you learn or comprehend that is pertinent to you should immediately become a part of your life.

As The Quran says: 

“Indeed, those who recite the Book of Allāh and establish prayer and spend out of what We have provided them, secretly and publicly, can expect a trade that will never fail.” [Quran, 35:29]

7.  Do What You Learn

If you live according to the teachings of the Quran, then your actions become the message of the Quran. What you discover in the Qur’an is yours to share with your fellow humans. Dissemination techniques should be tactful and avoid harming someone’s integrity or right to free will.