Words written separately and together, Al-Maqtoo3 wa Al-MawSool 6

We conclude explaining the words that are written joined or separated in the Glorious Qur'an. The other previous lessons on this subject are located in the tajweed tidbit archives.

It established that there are only two places in the Qur’an where these two words are written next to each other, and they are written in these two places  :



Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree said:


The verb now has changed to so we know that Imam Al-Jazaree is now referring to separating the two words.


These two words are written (separately)  two places in the Qur’an, and written all other places.


Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree said the following about these two words:


Since the last verb is we understand that Imam Al-Jazaree is still referring to separation of the two words.

 The laam of the clause "maa li" and the noun it affects

The letter following the questioning "" is written separated from the noun that it affects (the noun that comes immediately after the ), in four places in the Glorious Qur’an, and written joined with the noun it affects in all other places. 

Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree, may Allah have mercy upon him, said


The of the word is written separated from the word ,  There is one place in the Qur’an where these two words meet, and as discussed are written .  Some had claimed that the was connected to the word , but Imam Al-Jazaree here refutes this totally, using the word , meaning wrong.

Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree said: 


These two sets of words and possessives usually have the separating alif after the plural , but in surah Al-Mutaffifeen aayah 4 there, they are written without the separating alif and therefore considered .  The word means join.

This is what Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree was referring to in his statement:


All of these letters cannot be separated from what follows them when reciting the Qur’an, or in the writing of the Qur’an.  The noun which follows the definite article "" is not separated in writing or in reading.  Likewise, the nouns that follow "" of notification, and "" for calling are joined with the following word in writing and in recitation.  This is what Imam Ibn Al-Jazaree was indicating when he said:



The words mean do not separate. So we can not stop on any of these, separating them from the noun that follows.