He says we should say [صدق الله العظيم] after reading the Qur.aan.
Never have those who enjoy, enjoyed; And never have their hearts sought to fly with anything like the beautiful recitation of the Qur.aan. And any heart which does not love the beautiful recitation of the Qur.aan is a dead heart.
It was narrated about ‘Urwah ibn Zubayr that he would read a quarter (just over seven ajzaa) of the Qur.aan every day.
What is the ruling regarding reciting the Qur.aan to musical notes?
One of the teachers at the Jam’iyyah Tahfeeth al-Qur.aan al-Kareem in Madeenah recited from the beginning of Soorah al-Baqarah to the end of Soorah al-‘Israa.
What are the causes which assist in purifying [one’s] sincerity [in worshiping Allaah alone], and likewise [one’s] firmness upon [practising] the religion?
The best of the people in reciting the Qur.aan is he who, when he recites, you see (feel) he is conscious and fearful of Allaah (‘Azza wa Jall).
[Regarding] the order of the Soorahs in the Qur.aan, when did this take place; and did the Companions [of the Prophet ﷺ] have any part in organising [the Qur.aan in this manner]?
I spent the night [at the house of] Ibn ‘Ulayyah, [during which] he read a third of the Qur.aan.
When the reciter [of the Qur.aan] places the Qur.aan on the ground, and then prostrates, is there any harm in [doing] that?