May Allah reward you
with a great reward for your tajweed site. I have a question about
reading from different parts of the Qur'an in "one sitting";
is it necessary to repeat: "a'oothu billahi minasshaytaannir-rajeem
" when starting a new
part? I thought perhaps the 2 different parts could sound linked
is not necessary to repeat the isti’aathah when changing parts of the
Qur’an. Allah, the Exalted,
ordered us in aayah 98 of surah An-Nahl to say the isti’aathah, which is:
reciting the Qur’an, but there is no rule requiring a repeat of it when we
change sections. We do need to
make a complete stop and take a breath in between different parts of the
Qur’an; that is required.
Changing sections is
most likely going to be done on a personal basis when reviewing our
memorization and not in a group setting.
The lone reciter is aware that the sections are separated. If there are listeners and the reciter feels they may not
understand that it is a new section, the reciter can consider the end of each
section a cut off in his/her recitation and say the isti’aathah before
starting the next.