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Is it necessary to hold the breath when reciting Quraan?

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Is it necessary to hold the breath when reciting Quraan?
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When reciting the Qur'an we recite as much as when can on one breath, then stop on an appropriate word, take a breath and either go back a few words and continue, or start up on the next word depending on the grammar and meaning of the phrases we are reading.  It is not allowed to take a breath without properly stopping, but if we are short of breath, we can stop and take a breath then start again at the appropriate place.
Please see the following link (and you can follow through after reading this page to the following pages by clicking on "next"):
http://www.abouttajweed.com/index.php/tajweed-rules/57-al-waqf-the-stop/77-al-waqf-the-stop-1
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