What else did they do to prevent the message being spread? 3. The 3rd thing we’ll mention is that they attempted to ban the recitation of the Qur’an in public areas. When the Qur’an was recited, they would make an effort to drown it out using their voices or stop it from being recited.
Ibn Abbas mentioned whenever the prophet PBUH recited the Qur ‘an before the ka’ bah the Quraysh would start shouting and making noise, and they would curse the one who revealed it, and the one upon whom it was uncovered. Thus, if someone wished to pay attention to the Qur’an he would have to pretend he isn’t listening and listen to it on the noise.
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Because of the shouting the prophet PBUH often tried to raise his own voice above theirs. But this is when Allah revealed “Do not say it loudly, nor in a whisper, but say it in a moderate voice”. As soon as the companions arrived together in the house of Al-Alkam, they said “no-one has recited the Qur’an in public areas, except the prophet PBUH, who is going to volunteer?”. Then Abdullah ibn Masud said, “I’ll take action”. But they said “we don’t want you because you don’t have family members to help and protect you. You do not have a tribe”. Ibn Masud was a Yemeni Indeed, he wasn’t a Qurayshi nor …