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  1. Reblogged this on | truthaholics and commented:
    “The qirā’āt that Muslims recite today have been transmitted through generations after generations of reciters with uninterrupted chains of transmission tracing back to the Prophet ﷺ, containing within them a mixture of the variation permitted according to the seven aḥruf. All of the accepted qirā’āt follow three basic rules:

    1. Conformity to the consonantal skeleton of the ʿUthmānic mushaf.

    2. Consistency with Arabic grammar.

    3. Authentic chain of transmission.”

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