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    Q1. In Ayat 11 of Surah Yusuf, there is Ishmaam in the word Ta2manna in Riwayat Hafs. Is Ikhtilaas also allowed here in Riwayat Hafs?

    Q2. The letters ﻈ, ﺬ, ﺚ
    are referred to as the Horoof ulLithawiyyah, but doesn't the Lithah mean gum?s
    These letters are pronounced by the tip of the tounge and tip of the teeth so why are they referred to as Lithawiyyah

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    Re: Tajweed-Questions


    I found the answers. In Riwayatu Hafs, both Ishmam and rawm may be done on the word ta2manna. In the case of rawm, 2 noons are pronounced, ta3manona, with only 1/3 of the zamma on the 1st noon being pronounced. The only books that I found which had this question in it said that these three letters were called Lithawiyyah, because their makhraj was close to the gums. Ther must be a better answer beacause, tip of the teeth is not very close to gums at all

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    Re: Tajweed-Questions




    A quick question regarding Tajweed. Is there any acronym for remembering the Hurooful-Hams i.e. the letters where you should allow air to come out of the mouth when they have sukoon?
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    ^ i think its

    فَحَثَّهُ شَخْصٌ سَكَتْ Fa Hath-thahu shakhsun sakath

    or حَثَّهُ شَخْصٌ فَسَكَتْ Hath-thahu shakhsun fasakath

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    The safety of a human is in the sweetness of his tongue.



    بسم الله الذي لا يضرّ مع اسمه شيءٌ في الأرضِ و لا في السّماءِ و هو السّميعُ العليم

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    ^ yhh as Imaam Ibn al-Jazari mentions: مَهْمُوسُهَـا فَحَثَّـهُ شَخْـصٌ سَـكَـتْ
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    Ibn Abī Mulaykah said: "I encountered thirty Companions of the Prophet, every one of them fearing hypocrisy for himself." [Muslim]

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    Re: Tajweed-Questions


    Quote Originally Posted by Faye View Post
    Q1. In Ayat 11 of Surah Yusuf, there is Ishmaam in the word Ta2manna in Riwayat Hafs. Is Ikhtilaas also allowed here in Riwayat Hafs?
    yup

    Q2. The letters ﻈ, ﺬ, ﺚ
    are referred to as the Horoof ulLithawiyyah, but doesn't the Lithah mean gum?s
    These letters are pronounced by the tip of the tounge and tip of the teeth so why are they referred to as Lithawiyyah
    These letters are actually supposed to be pronounced with the gums and tongue

 

 
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