O Abu Muhammad, and what if he does not have a good voice?
Regarding the recitation of [soorah] al-Faatihah a hundred times; we read it, since it is to be read a hundred times due to a necessity which we need accomplished, and for the return of that which has been lost, and other than that?
We were with Yahyaa ibn Sa’eed [al-Qattaan], and a man read soorah ad-Dukhaan; Yahya was [as if] thunderstruck and was overcome, and [then] fell unconscious.
We read the Qur.aan, and all Praise is due to Allaah [alone] we read a [complete] part (juz); so what is the ruling regarding the supplication we make after completing our recitation? Is this permissible or not?
[It was the habit of] Muhammad ibn Seereen [that he] would set aside seven parts of the Qur.aan [to read], and if he missed any during the night, he would [be sure to] read it during the day.
Ibn Taymiyyah completed the recitation of the Qur.aan 80 times whilst in al-Qal’ah prison, in Damascus