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I recently began the reading of Al-Douri from Abu Amr, and had a question about the ikhtilas that appeared in certain words

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I recently began the reading of Al-Douri from Abu Amr, and had a question about the ikhtilas that appeared in certain words such as (na3emaa Al-Baqarah 271) and (yahaddee Yunus 34). How do we read these words and what are the allowed ways found in al-Shatibiyyah. I found that some qurra seem to differ when I listen to the recordings online.
Ahsan Allahu Ajrakum

Answer
Abu 'Amr reads the word na3emmaa two allowed ways.  One is with sukoon on the 'ayn and a shaddah of the meem- which means two saakin letters are meeting.  This makes it more difficult to pronounce but can be done.  The other allowed way is with ikhtilaas, meaning giving the kasrah on the letter 'ayn 2/3 of a full vowel count, so it is read a little quickly.  Since there are two allowed ways, it may be you heard both ways on different recordings.
Abu 'Amr reads the word "yahaddee" in surah Yunus 34 only one allowed way, and that is with ikhtilaas of the fathah on the ha', with a full fathah on the ya' before it and a shaddah on the daal after it.  The fathah on the ha' then is read a bit quickly with it being 3/4 of a full vowel count instead of a full one.
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