We continue outlining the words and their places of occurrence that end in a female , but are written in some places in the Qur'an with an open . As we stated in the first and second tidbit lesson on this subject, it is vital that we know these places in the surahs we have memorized in order to know how to stop properly on these words if the need be. Hafs 'an 'Aasim stops on these words as they are written in the copies of the Qur'an.
This word was written in the Glorious Qur’an with in five places, three of them are in the same aayah of surah FaaTir. We stop and continue on all of these five with a . All other occurrences are written with and are therefore recited with a when continuing, and are recited with a when stopping.
Imam Al-Jazaree said in his poem, famously known as Al-Jazariyyah:
This word was written with in one place in the Qur’an, all others were written with a
Imam Al-Jazaree linked it to the the next word, so that we would know that it only was written with in this combination:
This word was written in the Glorious Qur’an in only one place with , in all other places are written with . We need to remember that this is referring to the singular form and not the plural of the word which always is written with .
Imam Al-Jazaree lined this word written with with the surah it occurs when he said:
This word occurs only once in the Holy Qur’an, and it is written with :
Since it only occurs once in the Qur'an, Imam Al-Jazaree simply said:
We will conclude the this section next lesson, insha' Allah.