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Question (27 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/July 15, 2004)    

Assalamu Aleikum

I have a few questions about the vowel counts during the mudood. I understand the process of 2, 4, and 6 vowel counts during the mudood. However my difficulty is to be able to know how the reciter uses either 4 or 6 vowel counts in the recitation. As far as the recitation of Hafs by the way of Ash Shatibbiyah is concerned, how can I know that 4 or 6 vowel counts have been used? Is there a way for me to calculate or rather count the vowels in my mind in order to know that this is either 4 or 6 counts?
I hope you understand my question. I can differentiate the counts from each other because of their length (one is longer than the other etc), but I would like to be able to know for myself with certainty the technique to be able to count the proper way.

May Allah help you find the easy answer inshallah
Wa salamu Aleikum

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Question (25 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/July 13, 2004)    

What happens to similar and alike letters?

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Question (18 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/July 6, 2004)    

Assalam o alaikum. I hope u r fine. last time I did ask u about any website that contained any taraweeh recitation of sheikh Ali bin Abdullah al Jabir.

I also wanted to have information about his biography. Can you help me in this regard?

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Question (16 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/July 4, 2004)    

Assalamu Aleikum

a) What does it mean when a reciter (Qari) uses or knows maqaam (or maqamaat)in the recitation?
b) Sometimes in surat nzi'at verse 27 , some qaris recite as: "A antumuu...". Since this way of reciting verse 27 is neither Hafs or Warsh, would you please tell me which way it is?
May Allah reward you inshallah and give you Hikmah
Ma Salam

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Question (12 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/June 30, 2004)    

Assalamu Aleikum

1) Would you please give 2 or 3 examples on how the riwaayah of Qaloon is
different from the riwaayah of Hafs (by the way of Ash Shaatibbiya) as far as the
way it (Qaloon) is read?

2) Just like the recitation of Hafs is recited by ways such as Ash
Shaatibiyyah, does the recitation of Warsh have other ways also? 

May Allah help you in your tasks inshallah

Ma salam

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Question (9 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/June 27, 2004)    

I am studying the Arabic language and I find some things confusing. I would be grateful if you could answer the following:

1) what is a tanween and where does it come?

2) what are the functions of a tanween?

3 Rules of tanween al fathah while stopping

4) differences between tanween al fathah and dammah while stopping?

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Question (5 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/June 23, 2004)    

Assalamu Aleikum

1. Usually, qualified masters of the Quran teach the rules of Tajweed and of course the reading of the Quran to students. Although Allah the Almighty sent down the revelation to prophet Muhammad (), is it correct to say that Allah was his teacher? If no, who then taught prophet Muhammad () the rules of Tajweed and the reading of the Quran?

2. In surat al Qiymah verse 16 "L tuharrik bihii lisanaka lita' djalabih" (Move not your tongue  concerning (the Quran, O Muhammad) to make haste therewith) What is the message in the verse that we all have to keep in mind when reading the Quran?

Is it to read slowly by respecting the rules of Tajweed and not read fast without understanding the meaning of what we are reading?

I hope you understand the question inshallah. May Allah give you the right answers inshallah. 

Wa salamu Aleikum  

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Question (4 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/June 22, 2004)    

Asalam aleykum

Off all the 20 riwayats which one is the most difficult of all, jazakumulahu kheir.

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Question (4 Jamad Al-Awwal 1425/June 22, 2004)    

What are the differences between the rules of Quranic recitation of Warsh and hafs-durrey?

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