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Al-Madd Al-Tabee’ee

In the same way we sometimes wished that our holiday period can be a little longer, your tongue, ears and some letters themselves wish that

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A Brief Guide

I felt there was a need to put up this page for people who may not be entirely familiar with the way this site functions.

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Ahkaam Al-Madd

One of the largest sections of Tajweed is Ahkaam Al-Madd. There are 9 different types of madd, with two further splitting into five segments, therefore

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This-is-is    post-ost-ost    will-ill-ill    be-be-be    about-out-out    Qalqalah-ah-ah…   But what is Qalqalah? First, be rest assured I won’t type echos for the rest

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Al-Meem Al-Saakinah: Rule Three

Clarity is sometimes what we’re all after. Likewise, some things just need to be said as clear as mmmmud. Right? Rule three: Ith-haar Shafawee (pronouncing

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Al-Meem Al-Saakinah: Rule Two

The first rule for Al-Meem Al-Saakinah looked at the succession of a meem after a meem saakinah (مْ). The second rule looks at meem saakinah followed by a baa (ب). Rule two: Ikhfaa Shafawee (Hiding

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Al-Meem Al-Saakinah: Rule One

As with Al-Noon Al-Saakinah, Al-meem Al-saakinah has it’s own Tajweed rules. The fourth rule for Al-Noon Al-Saakinah described what idghaam is. Because meem is a letter pronounced

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Noon And Meem Mushaddadah

قَالَ سَنَشُدُّ عَضُدَكَ بِأَخِيكَ Qaala sanashuddu ‘adudaka bi akheeka Allah said: “We will strengthen your arm through your brother..” In the Arabic language, there are

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Al-Ith-Haar Al-Mutlaq

At noon, you look up and see the skies are clear, you notice the mirror shines, free of marks, the glass on the bench twinkles

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Al-Noon Al-Saakinah: Rule Four

Merging things together can be heaps of fun. I tend to enjoy combining colours together to create new, fascinating ones. The fourth rule for Al-Noon

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