2. Would you also provide further examples of letter pairs that are mutajaanisaan sagheer, and follow the general rule of idhaar? This would help in differentiating between the general rule and the exceptions.
3. Also, is it standard for the mushaf to note these (mutajaanisaan sagheer exceptions and mutaqaaribaan sagheer special cases except idghaam of laam shamsiyya letters) with the absence of sukoon on the first letter?
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,
1. For the recitation of Hafs, other examples of in two letters which are with the ruling of are:
The are many, many more, but these are a few.
2.An example of with a ruling of for Hafs is:
Also all saakinah with such as the second saakinah in :
We think it better not to have the statement we have in the idhgaam section that the general rule for is . In actuality the opposite is true. When there is a relationship between two letters and the first of the two is saakin, then the general rule is idghaam, not . This is the correct statement for this relationship. We cannot edit the old lessons from the old site, but insha' Allah when we put them up on the new area, it will be corrected.
In the relationship with the first of the two letters of this kind saakin, the general rule is .
3. The absence of the sukoon on the first letter means there is an idghaam or an ikhfa'. When the rule is , you will see a sukoon mark on the saakin letter.