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The Holy Quran is the Holy Word of Allah, the Beneficent and the Merciful
Has landed. And it has been revealed to be a fulfilled and permanent law.
Allah Ta’ala says, “There has come to you from Allah a light and a bright book. Through this, God will guide those people to peace
Who leads the way to his satisfaction. And by His command, He led them out of darkness into the light
And lead them in a straightforward way ”(Surah Maida: 1-5).
The Holy Quran is the light of humanity. An iconic symbol of religious freedom and religious harmony and tolerance.
So naturally, the Qur’an touches Sharif only with devotion and devotion to Muslims.
We sometimes kiss the Qur’an in the eyes, sometimes after the Qur’an is disrespectful to the Sharif, or after the recitation. To what extent does the law agree?
The point here is that for the sake of devotion or reverence, kisses are usually made in the Qur’an. It is a manifestation of the passion and devotion of devout people.
It is permissible for him to kiss the Koran al-Karim.
There is evidence of this during the period of the Companions. Proved by kissing and kissing the face of the Quran from Hazrat Ikrima (RA).
Hadith: 1). So kissing in the Qur’an will not be valid.
However, if something disrespectful happens to the Qur’an unknowingly, the first thing to do is to repent.
Source: Majmouse Zawid, Hadith 3; Abdurul Mukhtar: 1/3; Hashiyat Tahtabi Alal Maraqi, page 1; Imdadul Fatwa 1/3.
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