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How should we pronounce a raah shaddha which comes at the end of a verse, it comes under tafheem or tarkeek?

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How should we pronounce a raah shaddha which comes at the end of a verse, it comes under tafheem or tarkeek?

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The reading of the ra' on the end of the word when stopping on that word depneds on what vowel is on the letter preceding the .   When the has a shaddah on it and it is the end of an aayah, then it is sunnah to stop on that word, and the is read with a sukoon.  The rule of the saakinah is then used, and that depends on what precedes it; if the letter before it has a fatah or dhammah, the saakinah is read with tafkheem.  If the letter before the at the end of a word that we are stopping on has a kasrah or it is a ya' saakinah, then the is read with tarqeeq.  The shaddah makes no difference on the rule of tafkheem or tareeq in this case. 
Please see:
http://www.abouttajweed.com/tafkheem-and-tarqeeq/tafkheem-and-tarqeeq-part-3.html
http://www.abouttajweed.com/tafkheem-and-tarqeeq/tafkheem-and-tarqeeq-part-4.html
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