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Sometimes its tough to separate alif and aayn. will salah be valid?
salam. sometimes its tough to separate alif and aayn. will salah be valid?
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. Ramadhan Mubaarak
As long as you are working trying to correct your articulation point and try your very best during salah, in sha' Allah there is no sin on you.
The following quote is a translation from Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree
Ibn Al-Jazaree divided those that recite the Qur’an into three groups:
1. He that is good and rewarded; he who learned and recite the Qur’an through a correct chain and his tongue became accustomed to it and he mastered recitation.
2. Stutters (struggles) in recitation finds difficulty or tongue doesn’t obey. He is excused and rewarded and should continue to correct his recitation.
3. Sinful-reads according to his opinion, and does not listen to anyone trying to correct him. He hangs on to whatever he thinks is correct and refuses to change his ways.
For those that can’t fix a mistake, but try to, or can’t find a teacher, Allah does not burden a soul with more than it can bear.
Please see the end of the following PDF for this ruling written out.