Do I have to read the basmalah after al Fatihah and before ayatoul koursiy during prayer? What does this line of al Jazariyah mean?


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I have two questions:
-When I want to read , in my prayer, another sourate not from her beginning but a part of her or from her middle, for example I want to read "ayatoul koursiy" after "al Fatiha", must I read the basmalah between " al Fatihah" and this ayah or not?
 -What is the meaning, I want to say the principle of tajweed which is  explain in this sentence writen at the end of "al mouqadimah" of the poem  "al jazariyah":



Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.

Wa iyyaakum.

No, you do not have to read the basmalah after the Faatihah if you are not starting at the beginning of a surah. 


The part of the Jazariyyah in the question is referring to the writing of the Qur’an.  We must learn what words are written which way, such as those written joined together, even though they are two words, and in which places, and the female ha’ that is sometimes written with a ta’.

So here, the sentence is conjunctive to “first they should learn” then continues [first they should learn]…“that which was written in the copies of the Qu’ran

As to the joined and separated (in writing), and the female ta’ that was not written with a ha’.

There are words in the Qur'an which end in the female ha' (also called female ta') ( ) , but are written sometimes as an open ta' ( ).  For example, the word is usually written with a female ha’ as the last letter, but there are places in the Qu’ran when it this word is written with a ta’ , as in: .  Students of the Qur’an (tajweed) need to learn where the words normally written with the female ha’ are written with a ta’, so that we can stop correctly on this word. 

This is what is meant by that line.  Insha’ Allah this helps.

Wa assalaam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.