A questioner says some of the Imāms are accustomed to reading another Surah after standing from the prostration of recitation, and he is asking about sufficing with the Surah which he read and prostrated in and then to make rukū’u?
This and that is allowed. It’s allowed for him to return standing and recite what is made easy for him and then to make rukū’u, and it’s allowed for him to suffice with that which he read, so if he finished from Surah Iqra for example or Surah Najm or he reached a point of prostration and prostrated then made rukū’u, then this and that is allowed.
ْۖ(فَٱقْرَءُوا۟ مَا تَيَسَّرَ مِنَ ٱلْقُرْءَانِۚ)
“So, recite you of the Quran as much as may be easy for you.”[Al-Muzzammil, 20]
Answered by: Shaykh, the Allamah, the Trustworthy Advisor, Abu Abdirrahman Yahya bin Ali Al-Hajuri – may Allah preserve him
Translated by: Abū ‘Abdillāh ‘Omar bin Yahya Al-‘Akawi