Prohibition on receiving payment for reading the Holy Qur’aan.
‘Uthmaan’s compilation of the Mushaf in one style (harf).
Ruling on going back to Soorat al-Faatihah and the first few verses of Soorat al-Baqarah after completing the Qur'aan.
Commentary on the meaning of the verse (interpretation of the meaning): “And no moving (living) creature is there on earth but its provision is due from Allaah” [Hood 11:6].
Commentary on the verse in which Allaah says: “Verily, Allaah will not change the (good) condition of a people as long as they do not change their state (of goodness) themselves (by committing sins and by being ungrateful and disobedient to Allaah)” [al-Ra’d 13:11].
Ways of saying Isti’aadhah and Basmalah when quoting from the middle of one soorah and then from the middle of another.
The difference of scholarly opinion as to whether the Basmalah counts as a verse of al-Faatihah does not come under the heading of distortions of the Qur’aan.
Is it permissible to read the Qur'aan without understanding its meanings?.
Which is better -- reading Qur'aan or listening to it on tapes?.
One of the characteristics of Makkan verses is that they are addressed to all of mankind.
Definition of al-Mufassal in the Qur’aan, and the long and short soorahs of al-Mufassal.
If the imam forgets some verses, how can he recite them so that he will have completed the Qur'aan?.
Playing Qur'aan in the car from speakers next to the feet.
Ruling on referring to Qur’anic verses whilst changing some of the words.
Celebrating completing the Qur’aan (khatm al-Qur’aan).
How can the Qur’an be a miracle for the non-Arabs when it is Arabic and they do not know Arabic?.
Is there anything in Islam to suggest that the one who memorises the Qur’aan with the numbers of its verses will have a greater reward than the one who is not like that?.
Will he be rewarded for listening to the Qur’aan without understanding it?.
Soorat al-Isra’ is also called Soorat Bani Isra’eel.
Ruling on hanging Soorat al-Ikhlaas on the rear window of the car as a reminder.