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Reconpensas to hear the Koran even without understanding
First, God Allah, He be exalted, He has commanded the believers hear the Quran carefully, in a general sense. Allah Exalted said (interpretation of the meaning):
"And when the Quran is read, listen to it and be silent that you may receive mercy " (al-'Araf 7:204).
The sheikh as-Sa'di (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
"This general order includes every Muslim who hears God's book when it is being recited. It is entrusted listen and remain silent. The difference between listening and keeping silent is that the latter is something that is done externally, no talking or distracted by anything that might get your attention and divert their concentration in the recitation.
Instead listening means you hear with open hearts and attentive, meditating on the meaning of what you are reading. Whoever adheres to these two orders when reciting the Book of God will reach a huge profit, which is beneficial knowledge, a perennial and renewed faith, and increased its guidance and understanding of religion. Therefore God related achieving mercy to it, which indicates that whoever does not stay still and attentive when the book of God will be deprived of a portion of Mercy is recited and lost a huge profit.
The most emphatic order about listening carefully Koran has to do with the sentences in which the Qur'an is recited aloud, in which case it is obligatory to listen attentively, to the point that most scholars say their concentration and silence has priority over his own recitation of al-Faatihah (opening surah )".
End quote from Tafseer al-Sa'di, 314.
The larger the objective to keep still and listen carefully and ponder the listener and understand their meaning and act on that basis. The Imam at-Tabari (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
"God said to those who believe in Him and in His Book, for whom the Quran is guidance and mercy: "Therefore, when the Quran is recited, Oh believers, óiganlo ", i.e., pay attention so they can understand their verses and learn from their exhortations; and "silent" to listen, so they can meditate on it, and not remain idle conversation during his recitation, lest not understand; "They will receive mercy", i.e., you can receive the mercy of your Lord paying attention to His exhortations and clinging to the limits he has set, and what has commanded in his verses ".
End quote from Tafsir al-Tabari, 13/244.
If a person tries to do that, silent, listen carefully, ponder what is recited and understand their meanings, That will bring you more benefit in this world and in the Hereafter.
Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allah have mercy on him) said:
"Listening to the recitation is a way for God to lead His servants and correct their affairs in this world and in the Hereafter; with this was with the Messenger of God (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was sent, and was so ordered the Meccan migrants, the Madinans, and all who followed him in the way of truth. The first generations used to meet this purpose. When the companions of the Messenger of God (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) met, they said to one of them to recite while others listened. 'Umar Ibn al-Wirdeba (may Allah have mercy on him) said to Abu Musa: "Remind our Lord", Abu Musa and recite the Quran while they listened ".
End quote from Majmoo’ al-Fataawa, 11/626.
Secondly, listen in the true sense is when you understand and meditate, and there is no doubt that whoever does so much as may be entrusted to it do, and is excused so he is unable to. But the person is incapable of understanding is not an excuse to do all the good that can. What you can do should not omit because it is difficult; in other words, anyone who is able to perform mandatory and voluntary actions are not excused because of what it can not do, because God said (interpretation of the meaning):
"Fear Allah As you may, Listen to him, obedecedle, and do charity, for it is better for you. And know that those who fight against greed itself will be the winners " (at-Tagábun 64:16).
They asked the Shaykh Muhammad ibn 'Uthaymeen (may Allah have mercy on him):
"Is it a rewarding person if you read the Koran, even if you do not understand what their meanings?"
"The Quran is blessed, why God said (interpretation of the meaning): '" (USA 38:29). Therefore, Muslims are instructed to read, whether or not understand their meanings. But the believer, to whom he has entrusted to act on it, should not read the Quran without meditating on their meanings. If a person wants to learn medicine, for example, and studying medical books, will not benefit from them unless they understand their meaning and to explain; in fact, will be eager to understand their meanings to implement them. Therefore, What of those who read the Book of God, He be exalted, without thinking and without understanding? For this reason, the companions of the Prophet (may Allah be pleased with them) not leave ten verses until they learned the knowledge they contained and had understood how to implement. Therefore, they learned the Quran, their knowledge and how to implement it, all together.
A person will be rewarded for reading Qur'aan whether or not including, but should be eager to understand their meanings or learn of reliable scholars in their knowledge. If you do not have access to a scholar who can teach their meanings, You can refer to the books of Qur'anic exegesis, such as Tafsir Ibn Jareer, Ibn Katheer and the others that are based on reports narrated from the Prophet's companions and his successors (may Allah be pleased with them)".
End quote from Fataawa al-Noor 'ala ad-Darb, love 85, Side A.
And Allah knows best.