Category: Science of Evidence (Usoo ul-Fiqh)
Fatwa#: 37589
Asked Country: Pakistan

Answered Date: Oct 28,2017

Title: Benefits of Huroof-e-Muqatta’aat (Lohe-Quran)


I have read your fatwa regarding Lohe-qurani benefits.. That the benefits have been tested. However, I want to ask that don't you think it might be a kind of shirk ? We don't know the meaning of Lohe-qurani nor do we find anything about benefits of lohe qurani in the quran or sunnah. If it isn't shirk, maybe then it's biddah ? Can you please elaborate?


In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful.

As-salāmu ‘alaykum wa-rahmatullāhi wa-barakātuh.

The Huroof-e-Muqatta’aat (Lohe-Quran) are part of the Quran and the meanings of the Huroof-e-Muqatta’aat are not known.

The Quran may be recited for relieving oneself from problems, difficulties, and other such permissible necessities.[1]

One may recite such verses with the belief that Allah Ta’ala is the Ultimate Curer.

As such, reciting such verses is not bidah as one does not regard the practice as compulsory in Deen.

And Allah Ta’āla Knows Best

Saad Haque

Student Darul Iftaa
New Jersey, USA 

Checked and Approved by,
Mufti Ebrahim Desai.

[1] احكام القران (١/٥١)

الرقية اذا كانت لغرض مباح بأدعية مأثورة او آيات قرآنية او بما يشبهها من الكلمات المنقولة من الصلحاء والمشائخ فهي مما لا بأس بها بل يثاب عليها اذا كانت مما ورد عن النبي (صلي الله عليه وسلم) انه كان يرقي بها وكان الفرض اتباع السنة او نفع اخوانه المسلمين لا غير 

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