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Does someone who listens to Surah Al-Mulk before bed get the same reward as someone who has read / recited the Surah?

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Concerning the preference of Sura Al-Mulk, a hadith was narrated, recorded by At-Tirmidhi (2891), in which the Prophet - peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him - said: “It will be a sura of the Koran consisting of thirty verses advocate for one until one is forgiven. It is the sura "Tabaraka-lladhie bi-yadihi-l-Mulk" (Al-Mulk).

 

Shaikh Al-Albani - may Allah have mercy on him - has classified him as authentic (Hasan) in "Saheeh Sunan A-Tirmidhi".
At-Tirmidhi (2892) also narrates about Jabir - may Allah be pleased with him - that the Prophet - peace and blessings of Allah be upon him - did not sleep until he said "Alif Lam Mim, Tanzil ..." (As-Sajdah ) and "Tabaraka-lladhie bi-yadihi-l-Mulk" (Al-Mulk). "

Shaykh Al-Albani - may Allah have mercy on him - has classified him as authentic (saheeh).

An-Nasai (10479) narrated about Ibn Masˈud -may Allah be pleased with him- that he said: “Whoever recites“ Tabaraka-lladhie bi-yadihi-l-Mulk ”(Al-Mulk) every night, Allah will with him to protect you (the surah) from torment in the grave. During the lifetime of the Messenger of Allah - peace and blessings of Allah be upon him - we used to call her “the protective one”, and it is certainly a sura of the Qur'an which, if someone reads it every night, has done a lot of good.

Shaykh Al-Albani - may Allah have mercy on him - has classified him as authentic (Hasan) in "Sahih At-Targhib wa At-Tarhib".

This means - as can be seen from the wording of the Hadith - that the privilege mentioned is a right of the one who recites (reads) that Sura.

For more useful information, see the answer to question no. (26240) and the answer to question no. (191947)

As for just listening without reading the Surah, the listener is not considered a reader, although this is also a legitimate, desired, divine act (ˈIbadah). However, it does not mean that the listener receives the same rewards and benefits as the reader / reciter. We know of no evidence that both are balanced.

Hence we say:

Whoever wants to gain the advantage / benefit mentioned in the hadith must read / recite the Sura and must not be satisfied with mere listening. If he is unable to read but can repeat what he has heard from a Quran reciter, especially since it has become easy to listen to a recorded recitation, he is allowed to repeat what he is listening to. If he can do that now, it is better - Allah willing - and he fulfills the condition that one should read. It is to be hoped that he will be rewarded tremendously for his patience and steadfastness with this difficulty.

And if none of this is possible or if it is difficult for him, he should be content with what he listens to. We hope that the reciter's reward and the advantages / benefits mentioned for reading will not be denied him if he does what is within his means.

And Allah knows best.