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Stopping with a pure sukoon   and what is allowed with it  part 2

That which can stop only on a pure sukoon, and  and  are not permitted.

In the last tidbit lesson, now located in the tidbit archives, we state that there are five different categories in which we can only stop with a pure sukoon and no other way of stopping is allowed.  We will discussed three of them last lesson and continue with the other two this lesson. 

 4. The female  which has two divisions:
A. A division that was written with  or ,This is exemplified in the words:
      

  All agree that these words have  when stopping, and   are not allowed.  This is due to that fact that  and both  make clear the vowel (when the word is read continuing) of the letter that is being stopped on, here the letter  , which has no vowel when continuing, because it is exchanged for the letter , and this  is non-existent when stopping. 

B.  A division that was written with an open .  This division, according to the way of reading of Hafs can be stopped on with three ways; with  , or   or depending on the vowel of the  when continuing. 
If it has a dhammah, it can be stopped on all three ways, as in: .  
If it has a kasrah it can be stopped on with  or  , as in:   
If it has a fat-h, it can only be stopped on using a pure sukoon (), as in:
It is to be noted that the female   is always conjugated, and never fixed (not conjugated). 

5. The pronoun  ( )
The pronoun which is at the end of words such as in:  or  or can be stopped with an absolute sukoon, and all are agreement with this. There is a difference of opinion as to whether it can be stopped with or .  There are three schools of thought concerning this. 
A.  The first school of thought:   Complete forbiddance of stopping with  or  on the , using the female  as a gauge because of the similarity between it and the pronoun  when stopping.  In this school of thought only  or pure sukoon is allowed when stopping.
B.  The second school of thought:  Allowance of  and  when stopping depending on the vowel of the  when continuing.  We can stop with   in this school of thought when there is a kasrah or dhammah on the  , and stop with  when there is a dhammah on the
C.  The third school of thought:  .  We will discuss this school of thought for stopping on , insha' Allah in the next tidbit lesson

 
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