Stopping at the start of the verses at reciting the Faatiha and other than it of the chapters


Benefit:
Reciting the Faatiha:
▪️Stopping at the start of the verses at reciting the Faatiha and other than it of the chapters:
 
Regarding it is the Hadith of Umm Salamah, may Allah be pleased with her, that she was asked regarding the recitation of the Messenger of Allah ﷺ  ,whereby she said:
 
He would disconnect his recitation verse for verse:
 
بِسْمِ ٱللَّهِ ٱلرَّحْمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
“In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.”
 
الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ
“All the praises and thanks be to Allah, the Lord of the ‘Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists).”

الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ
“The Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.”
 
مَالِكِ يَوْمِ الدِّينِ
“The Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense (i.e. the Day of Resurrection)”
 
Reported by Ahmed (302/6), Abu Daud (4001), Tirmidhi (2927), and it is an authentic Hadith, placed in the basis of As-Siffah of Albaani (293/1).
 
Albaani, may Allah have mercy upon him, said:
 
This unrestricted, not restricted to the Faatiha, she only recited as an example, not in a manner as to specify it.
 
End of speech from the basis of As-Siffah (296/1).
 
Shaykh-Ul-Islam, Ibn Taymiyyah, may Allah have mercy upon him, said:
 
And the stopping of the reciter at the start of the verses is a Sunnah, even if the second verse was connected to the first with the connection the likes of a description and what is being described, and other than it.
 
End of speech from Ikthiyaaraat (80).
 
His student Ibn-Ul-Qayyim, may Allah have mercy upon him, said:
 
This is what is the best, stopping at the start of the verses, even if it’s connected to what is after, some of the reciters taken the position of following up on aims and intent and stopping where they end, and following the way of the Prophet ﷺ  and his Sunnah has more priority…
 
End of speech from Zaadl Ma’aad (326/1).
 
Albaani, may Allah have mercy upon him, said:
 
This Sunnah has been turned away from by the majority of the reciters during these eras, let alone others.
 
End of speech from basis of As-Siffah (294/1).

Benefited by: Shaykh Hassan bin Muhammed Ba Shu’ayb – May Allah preserve him

Translated by: Abu ‘Abdirrahman ‘Abdullaah bin Ahmed Ash-Shingaani

Source:
“at-Tasheelu wal-Iydaahu li kayfiyyatis-Salaati”
“The Simplification and Clarification of the description of the prayer”
Page 71 of the book.
What’s been translated so far:
t.me/bashuaiben/1693