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Tajweed Rules of the Quran Part 3
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Tajweed Rules of the Quran Part 3

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Tajweed Rules of the Quran Part ThreeAl-hamdu lillah, this is the third and final part of a three part series in English on the rules of tajweed of the Quran for the recitation of Hafs from Aasim by the way of Ash-Shaatibiyyah. These books are meant as a guide for non-Arabs with a good grasp of English for studying tajweed of the Glorious Quran. This final book explains the stop and start when reading the Glorious Quran, and gives details as to what kind of stop is allowed, what kind preferred, and what kind of stop is forbidden. Stopping on the ends of words with strong endings (consonants)and rules for what is allowed on the last letter of the word is described, including and Stopping on the ends of words with weak endings (words ending in the alif, ya or wow) and different rules and explanations for these type of words is clarified. One important aspect of Quran recitation is knowing and understanding which word combinations are written together and which separately in different parts of the Quran as well as in which places of the Quran are some words are written with the female and in which places they are written with the female. This part lays out the different places in the Quran these occurrences take place, so the reader knows how he or she can stop on these words. The words that are read in a special way, or have two allowed ways for the reading of Hafs from Aasim by the way of Ash-Shaatibiyyah are detailed in this book. The history of the writing of the Glorious Quran and the general rules for the writing of the Quran are laid out in the last chapter of this part. This last part of the three parts on tajweed is for students who have studied and mastered the other two parts, or have studied everything covered in the first two parts. The explanations of the different subjects are in English, and the Arabic terms are translated. The goal is always to assist the student in understanding and to encourage them to learn the Arabic terms and definitions. The three parts of this series on tajweed rules of the Glorious Quran should facilitate non-Arabic speaking students of the Quran whether they are in a classroom with an Arabic medium for teaching or English. With this third part completed, insha Allah the non-Arab English speaking student of the Quran will find a complete curriculum and explanation of the tajweed rules for the recitation of Hafs an Aasim from the way of Ash-Shatibiyyah in any classroom or study situation that he or she may find themselves in. These three parts are only guidance the real goal is reciting and applying all the different rules correction which can only be done by reciting to and being corrected by a qualified teacher of the Quran

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