Two Hamzahs Meeting Between Two Words-Part Two
B. Two hamzahs with different vowels
Both Al-Bazee and Qunbul have the same rules for this section
If the two hamzahs have different vowels, then they are read as follows in the recitation of Ibn Katheer:
If the first hamzah has a and the second a kasrah or a dhammah, the second hamzah is read with . Examples are: .
If the first hamzah has a dhammah or a kasrah and the second hamzah has a , then the second hamzah is read with , meaning it changes into a the letter that goes with the vowel on the first hamzah. This means it changes into a with an accompanying in this first example: and it changes into a with an accompanying in the following example:
If the first hamzah has a dhammah and the second has a kasrah, then there are two allowed ways of reading, either with of the second or . An example of this is found in the following: . Both ways are allowed. If reading with in this case, the second hamzah changes into a with an accompanying kasrah.