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Is the reward for reading the Quran silently different than reciting it outloud whenever ppl mention reading the Quran they always say to recite it, so must you do it out loud or is it the same as reading it silently? Thank you
There is no clear evidence in the Quran or Sunna that tells us there is a difference between reciting the Quran aloud or reading it silently (or even listening to it). So I believe the reward depends on a person’s effort and the amount of time they dedicate to it, not on the method.
And God knows best.
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