The attached ya’ denoting “me” or “my”
1. The occurs before which has an accompanying , dhammah or kasrah, or before whichoccurs with a or without, or before any other letter.
Ibn Katheer reads the with a on the ya' if occurs before which has an accompanying .
For example: The recitation of Ibn Katheer reads as with no medd, since the ya' now has a and is not saakinah. .
There are 14 places in the Qur’an however, in which are followed by with an accompanying , but Ibn Katheer reads the ya' with a sukoon, in contradiction to his general rule of reading these ya'aat with a.
The 14 places in which the recitation of Ibn Katheer reads the with a sukoon when followed by wiith an accompanying are :
(Aali' Imraan 41, Maryam 10)
(Yusuf 36) Two occurrences in this aayah
There are four places in the Qur’an under the same category in which reads the with a and reads it with a sukoon. They are:
(Hud 29, Al-Ahqaaf 23)
2. In addition to the above rule, the recitation of Ibn Katheer also reads with a when followed by with an accompanying kasrah in only two places in the Qur’an. They are:
There are also eight places in the Qur’an in which is followed by with an accompanying kasrah and Ibn Katheer reads with a sukoon on the which is the general rule for Ibn Katheer when it is followed by a with an accompanying kasrah, but since it contradicts the way of reading of Hafs, we will mention the places.
Ibn Katheer reads with a sukoon of the in:
(Yunus 72, Hud 29, and 51, Ash-Shu’araa’ 109, 127, 145, 163, and 180, Saba’ 47)
3. Ibn Katheer reads with a when followed by hamzah al-wasl in the following aayaat:
4. The recitation of Ibn Katheer reads the following with a , these are not followed by any type of hamzah and are read different than which Hafs reads:
Al-Bazee riwaayah of Ibn Katheer reads with a of the in:
5. Ibn Katheer reads the following with a sukoon, in opposite to the riwaayah of Hafs:
(Al-Baqarah 125, Al-Hajj 26, and Nuh 28)
(Aali 'Imran 20)
(Al-A'raf 105, A-Tawbah 83, Al-Kahf 67, 72, 75, Al-Anbiyaa’ 24, Ash-Shu’araa’ 62, 118, and Al-Qasas 34)
(Ibraheem 22, Sad 69)
Qunbul reads with a sukoon, while Al-Bazee has two allowed ways of reading the (either a sukoon or a ) in:
The next lesson will be on the extra ya'aat not in the writing of the Qur'aan, insha' Allah.