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Once you have done your due diligence then provide clear indications of what the qualified reciter has explained is a mistake.
Step 2: We will double check with our advisors
We will then confirm with our Quran advisors and make the necessary adjustments if required.
We found due to the listeners lack of knowledge of modes or recitations and dialect etc, yhey think it is mistakes when it is not.
Modes of Recitation:
The most widely accepted and practiced modes of Quranic recitation are the following:
Qira'at of Hafs 'an 'Asim: This is the most common and widely accepted mode of recitation. It is the mode of recitation that is prevalent in most parts of the Muslim world.
Qira'at of Warsh 'an Nafi': This mode is mainly followed in parts of North and West Africa, including Morocco, Algeria, and parts of West Africa.
Qira'at of Qalun 'an Nafi': This is another mode of recitation attributed to Nafi', and it is mainly followed in Libya.
Qira'at of Al-Duri 'an Abu 'Amr: This mode is less common and is followed by a smaller number of Muslims.
Qira'at of Khalaf 'an Hamzah: Also less common and followed by a smaller number of Muslims.
Qira'at of Ibn Kathir 'an Abu 'Amr: This mode of recitation is attributed to Abu 'Amr, and it is not as widely practiced as Hafs 'an 'Asim.
Qira'at of Ibn 'Amir 'an Ya'qub: This is another less common mode of recitation, mainly followed in Sudan.