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Surat 55 Ar-Rahman - The Most Merciful - 22 minutes Recited by AbdusSamed PART 1
May 30, 2007
For a shorter recitation (8 minutes) by Muhammed Jibreel, visit the following link:
To assist Muslims with Learning, Reading and Memorization insh'Allah
To read along with a good reciter
To share the beauty of the sounds of Quran and it's meaning with non-Muslims
The recitation is by Abdul Bassit, may Allah be pleased with him.
Since he takes his time with the beautiful words of Allah, unfortunately I had to split it into two parts, but the 2nd part is posted as a reply to this one, so just click on that, or if you see it in the "related" list, then add it to your quicklist and set your quicklist to play automatically.
WHEN LISTENING TO A RECITATION OF SURAH RAHMAN, WE SHOULD NOT REMAIN SILENT!
Al-Bazzar, Ibn Jarir, Ibn Al- Mundhir, Daraqutni (in Al Afrad), Ibn Marduyah and Ibn Al Khatib (in Al- Tarikh) have related, on the authority of Hadrat Abdullah bin Umar, that once the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) recited Surah Ar-Rahman himself, or heard it recited before him : then he said to the people:
"How is it that I am not hearing from you the kind of good answer that the jinn had given to their Lord?"
When the people asked what it was he replied:
"As I recited the Divine Words, Fa bi- ayyi alaa'i Rabbi-kuma tukadhdhiban, the jinn in response would repeat the words
"La bi shai'in min ni'mati Rabbi- na nukadhdhib"
"We do not deny any of our Lord's blessings." "
(or another hadeeth reported
"O our Lord, we do not deny any of your blessings, Praise is for You alone!" )