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With a deliberation on the commentary of the āya, ﴾We shall have you recite [the Qur'an], then you will not forget [any of it] except what Allah may wish. Indeed He knows the overt and what is hidden﴿ (Q. 87:6-7), we encounter various problems, due to the fact that the exegetes have tasked themselves to provide a specific justification for it so that the āya may be clearly understood as complying with the Prophet’s (S.A.W.) infallibility. However, such justifications have sometimes been reasonable and at other times no justified reasons have been mentioned for it. In this article, first, the meaning of the āya has been studied from different perspectives and the viewpoints of the exegetes, the ḥadīth experts, and theologians have been chronologically dealt with in this respect and made clear that the discourses mentioned under the āya have had the most development with regard to the historical trend and the prevalence of theology in recent centuries and seem to be closer to the most preferable view.