Gathering people to recite the Qur’aan with the intention of gaining more of Allaah’s provision

Question: In Uganda, when someone wants to supplicate Allaah to bestow more provisions on him, he invites some learned people who come to him each carrying a Mus-haf. They then start reciting; one of them recites Soorah Yaaseen as it is the heart of the Qur’aan, another recites Soorah Al-Kahf and a third recites Soorah Al-Waaqi’ah, Al-Rahmaan, Al-Dukhaan, Al-Ma’aarij, Al-Qalam, Al-Mulk, Muhammad, Al-Fath or some other Suwar. However, they do not recite any verses of Soorah Al-Baqarah and Soorah Al-Nisaa’. Is this Islaamic? If not, please tell us about the correct Islamic behavior with evidence.

Answer: Reciting the Qur’aan and reflecting on its meanings is one of the best deeds that draw a person close to Allaah. Moreover, supplicating to Allaah and resorting to Him to grant success to do more good, for provisions and for gaining other kinds of bounties is a permissible act of worship… read more here.

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