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Refering to your answer on http://abouttajweed.com/kb/entry/310/: there is only 1 word that is categorized as maad lazim kilmi mukhaffaf which is al aana...
Refering to your answer on http://abouttajweed.com/kb/entry/310/: there is only 1 word that is categorized as maad lazim kilmi mukhaffaf which is al aana. But how about when we stop at word that end up with ta marbuthoh such as asholaata, azzakaata, at tauraata. Can we categorize it as maad lazim kilmi mukhoffaf as well as ta marbutoh is now changed into HA sukoon when it is waqaaf?
I ask this because there is colleague said so and insist that stopping on theses special words are actually can not be categorized as aridh lissukoon as the rootcause are totally different.
Please shade some light on this ..
May Allah give abundant reward and health for answering my questions.
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh
The definition of is : It occurs when an original (fixed or permanent) sukoon that is not merged (no shaddah on it), follows a medd letter in a word.
This means that the sukoon is not a temporary one, which occurs when stopping on a word with a vowel with a temporary sukoon, instead this sukoon is present when stopping and when continuing.
There is only one word which qualifies for this lengthening found twice in the Qur'an and that is the word ءالـئن
In the other examples in the question, there is a temporary sukoon on the last letter. Yes the letter is pronounced as a ta' when continuing and a ha' when stopping, but that does not change the type of lengthening which is It is a temporary sukoon, not a fixed one so it cannot be a medd laazim.
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