Abdur Rahman Al Nabhan of Syrian descent. Age 20 years. His long dream was to finish the whole Qur’an in one rak’ah of night prayers. The young man finally realized that dream. He finished the Holy Qur’an in seven hours in one rak’ah of prayers.
Abdur Rahman said on social media YouTube that he finished the Holy Quran in one rak’ah of prayers in just 6 hours. This is because the third caliph of Islam, Uthman bin Affan (R.) has finished the whole Qur’an in one rak’ah of Tahajjud prayers. This incident of the famous Companion Usman bin Affan (RA) inspired him.
Abdur Rahman currently lives in Konya, Turkey. He is studying psychology at the local Selju University. Abdur Rahman is originally from the historic city of Halab in Syria.
He is originally from the historic Syrian city of Halab. It was his long dream to finish the whole Qur’an in night prayers. Because the third caliph of Islam, Uthman bin Affan (R.) has finished the whole Qur’an in one rak’ah of Tahajjud prayers.
Abdur Rahman, however, has tried many times before to finish the Qur’an in one rak’ah, but he was not able to do so. It is known that he stood in prayer at 11 pm. After a long seven hours, he finished the Qur’an at 8 am and finished the prayers.
He chooses a time when fatigue and toil will be less and it will be possible to finish the whole Qur’an. So choose the winter night time.
He said he also chose the mosque as a place of prayer. Because there is a risk of wasting time at home. After the prayers, he prayed for his family, relatives and friends.
As per the guidelines of 2017, 36 places in Gurugram were marked for public prayers. The Haryana government revoked permission for prayers at eight places in early November after several Hindutva groups staged protests. Besides, the government guidelines state that if there is any objection regarding the remaining 29 seats, the permission will be revoked.
The Haryana chief minister said his government was looking for a way to resolve the issue through amicable talks among all groups. He said prayers should be offered at home or in places of worship as long as a peaceful solution is not found.
Incidentally, a few days ago, Khattar created controversy by ‘advising’ the farmers to beat up the agitators against the agricultural bill.
Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said that Muslims should not pray in open space. He also warned that if anyone prays in the open, it will not be tolerated.