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Title: Quran
Post by: karim fattah on September 11, 2017, 11:30:42 AM
Assalamu alaikum,

We as muslims obviously say that there is only 1 quran, but we also say that these were revealed in 7 ahruf which now can be seen across 10 qiraat like hafs and warsh.

So my question is how can we say that there is 1 quran but say there are different ahruf, because in the ahruf there are differences like quran says owner of the day of judgement ( quran 1:4 malik yawm ad deen ) this is hafs. But in warsh it says king of the day of judgement ( melik yawm ad deen ) this is a differenxe. So how can we claim there  is only 1 quran but also say that there are some differences in the ahruf, doesnt 1 difference already make it 2 qurans as 1 quran (hafs) says one thing and warsh says the other

Jazakallah khair
Title: Re: Quran
Post by: Syedsamad on September 12, 2017, 03:13:52 AM
Both have Malik both convey the same message be it king or owner
So why two Quran ?
I would have gone for two Quran if there had been differences in meaning simple difference in dialect and you call for two different Quran ?

Title: Re: Quran
Post by: submit on September 13, 2017, 05:59:29 AM
while there are various ways of singing 'the recitation', it is still referred as one recitation.