ARABIC-REQUIRING IMAMS OF MOSQUES TO RECITE A SPECIFIC RECITATION BETWEEN JURISPRUDENCE AND THE SAUDI SYSTEM

إلزام أئمة المساجد بقراءةٍ وترتيلٍ مُعَيَّنٍ بَين الفقه والنظام السعودي

  • Faisal Abdulrahman Alshdi Associate Professor College of Education, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4055-0886
Keywords: Imamah, Mosque, Qira'at, Tartil, Fiqh, Law.

Abstract

Research Subject:  The obligation of Masjids Imams to read and recite according to jurisprudence and the Saudi system.

Research Objectives: Clarification of the ruling on diversifying of the Imam between readings in jurisprudence - clarification of the ruling on obligating the Imam to a specific recitation in Saudi jurisprudence and the Saudi system – clarification of the ruling on the Imam’s commitment to a specific recitation in jurisprudence –Clarification of the ruling on the Imam’s commitment to a specific recitation in the jurisprudence and Saudi system.

Methodology:  Inductive and Comparative.

Findings: (It is clear that it is permissible for the imam in the mosque to recite any of the seven readings, with the restriction of that to the benefit- in jurisprudence and legal policy, the guardian in charge can oblige the Imam to read according to specific reading- A circular was received from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs prohibiting the imam from reciting the readings- Sharia has not asked the Imam to recite a specific recitation, and the closest recitation to the Sunnah is to recite sadly- If the guardian or his deputy obliges the imam to recite a specific recitation within the narration of the qualities of the liked recitation, then he must order him).

Recommendations: (Collection of hadiths that mentioned how the Prophet, PBUH, recited in his Imamate to the people and their clarification - Discussion of sad hadiths with recitation, collection, and study).

Published
2022-12-25