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,وَمَا‌ تَش‍‍َا‌ء‍ُ‍‌ونَ ‌إِلاَّ أَ‌ن‌ْ يَش‍‍َا‌ءَ ‌ال‍لَّ‍‍هُ رَبُّ ‌الْعَالَم‍‍ِي‍نَ Wa Mā Tashāūna Illā An Yashāa Allāhu Rabbu Al-`Ālamīna (At-Takwīr: 29). إِلاَّ Mad Wajib Muttasil (مد واجب متصل)2/12/2020
,إِ‌ن‌ْ هُوَ إِلاَّ ذِكْر‌ٌ لِلْعَالَم‍‍ِي‍نَ In Huwa Illā Dhikrun Lil`ālamīna (At-Takwīr: 27). Tafkheem Raa. 2/12/2020
,`Alimat Nafsun Mā Aĥđarat (At-Takwīr: 14). عَلِمَتْ نَفْسٌ مَ‍‍ا أَحْ‍‍ضَ‍‍رَتْ مَ‍‍ا should have a gunnah. And has Mad Wajib Muttasil (مد واجب متصل)2/12/2020
,وَ‌إِ‌ذَ‌ا‌ ‌ال‍‍سَّم‍‍َا‌ءُ‌ كُشِ‍‍‍ط‍‍َ‍‍تْ Wa Idhā As-Samāu Kushiţat (At-Takwīr: 11). There should not be a Qalqalah on the ط‍‍َ‍‍ If any of the letters of Qalqalah appear with sukoon it will be read with a echoing sound, whether it be in the middle of a word or at the end. Letters of Qalqalah: قُطْبُ جَدٍ) ق , ط , ب , ج , د ) Keep in mind that if the letter of Qalqalah comes at the end of a word and you stop on it, it will be pronounced with a strong echoing sound, and if the letter has a Shaddah it will be pronounced even stronger. This ط doesnt have a sukoon. 2/12/2020
,وَ‌إِ‌ذَ‌ا‌ ‌الْمَ‍‍وْ‌ء‍ُ‍‌و‌دَةُ سُئِلَتْ Wa Idhā Al-Mawūdatu Suilat (At-Takwīr: 8). There should not be Madd Wajib Muttasil (مد واجب متصل)for الْمَ‍‍وْ‌ء‍ُ‍‌و‌دَةُ2/12/2020
,Wa Idhā An-Nufūsu Zūwijat (At-Takwīr: 7). وَ‌إِ‌ذَ‌ا‌ ‌ال‍‍‍نُّ‍‍ف‍‍ُ‍وسُ ‌زُ‌وِّجَ‍‍تْ There should not be a Qalqala on the Djeem of Zūwijat.2/12/2020
,فَلاَ أُ‍‍قْ‍‍‍سِمُ بِ‍‍الْ‍‍خُ‍‍‍نَّ‍‍سِ Falā Uqsimu Bil-Khunnasi (At-Takwīr: 15). Falā should be Madd Wajib Muttasil (مد واجب متصل)2/12/2020
,Biayyi Dhanbin Qutilat (At-Takwīr: 9). There should not be a Mad Aridh Lissukun by Biayyi. Mad Aridh Lissukun Mad Aridh Lissukun (مد عارض للسكون) is a Mad Tabae followed by a living letter which is turned off for ending the reading (waqaf position). Literally, Aridh Lissukun means "witness / notice of termination". The end of the reading may occur at the end of the verse (marked with the verse number) or it may also occur in the middle of the verse when there is a sign of waqaf or limited breath which causes the reading to stop before the end of the sentence. Mad Aridh Lissukun only occurs at the end of the reading (waqaf position). If the reader wishes to continue reading the new verse without stopping even at the end of the sentence, this Mad rule does not apply but only Mad Tabie should be used. The duration of the harakat for Mad Aridh Lissukun is 2, 4 or 6 harakat with emphasis on uniformity in the use of harakat. This means that when we use 4 harakat, the same usage should apply to every sentence that has this Mad. If there is a waqaf or a place where the reading stops before it is Mad Tabie or Mad Lin, then there are 3 ways to read it: The main ones are read long, such as the obligatory Mad Muttasil (6 harakat). The middle one reads 4 harakat which is twice as a Mad. The short one can only be read like a normal Mad. 2/12/2020
,Wa Idhā Al-Mawūdatu Suilat (At-Takwīr: 8). Mawūdatu. Should not be a Mad Badal, but a Mad Wajib Muttasil. Mad Wajib Muttasil(مد واجب متصل), literally meaning "must connect". This is because this Mad occurs when Mad Tabie collides with the hamzah (ء) in one sentence or word. When reading it should be extended for 4 or 5 harakat when it is connected (wasal) and 6 harakat when it stops (waqaf). Mad Badal (مد بدل) is an extension of the sound in the hamzah letter, when hamzah is met with the mad letter in place of the eliminated hamzah. The length of Mad Badal is 2 harakat. Badal literally means "change". This is due to the fact that the Mad letter that originated in the hamzah got assimilated and then changed to yaa, alif or waw. For example: آدَمَ is originally أَأْدَمَ ٳِِيْمَان originally ٳِِئْمَانٌ 2/12/2020
,Wa Idhā An-Nufūsu Zūwijat (At-Takwīr: 7). وَ‌إِ‌ذَ‌ا‌ ‌ال‍‍‍نُّ‍‍ف‍‍ُ‍وسُ ‌زُ‌وِّجَ‍‍تْ The qalqala on the Djeem of the word Zūwijat is missing in the transliteration.2/12/2020
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,Test the new comments from users We Adjust the Arabic to Google Chrome, we know that our Arabic may look inconsistent in other servers so please use Chrome and report problems.Mohamed Fateen1/28/2020
,Test the new comments from users We Adjust the Arabic to Google Chrome, we know that our Arabic may look inconsistent in other servers so please use Chrome and report problems.Mohamed Fateen1/28/2020
,Test the new comments from usersMohamed Fateen1/28/2020

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