6. Two hamzahs next to each other in one word
If two hamzahs meet each other in one word, the first hamzah will only be with a , and the second hamzah will be either with a , a dhammah, or a kasrah, such as in: , , and ;
Qaloon then recites these types of occurrences with the insertion of an alif in between the two hamzahs and then makes of the second hamzah.
Qaloon also reads the word in aayah 19 of Az-Zukhruf with two hamzahs: with of the second hamzah (with a dhammah). Qaloon further has two allowed ways of reading this word, one with the insertion of an alif between the two hamzahs, and the second without the insertion of an alif. Both allowed ways though are read with of the second hamzah. (pronouncing the hamzah clearly) of the first hamzah and
There is a forbiddance of the insertion of the alif in between the two hamzahs in the following words: in surah Al-‘Araaf 133, Ta-Ha 71, and Ash-Shu’araa’ 49, and the word in aayah 58 of surah Az-Zukhruf: . The reason these words have this forbiddance of the insertion of an extra alif is that there are three hamzahs found in these two words; the first the questioning hamzah, the second the hamzah with a fath, and the third a hamzah saakinah which has been changed into an alif. If an alif was added in these words the word would become heavier and longer. There is still of the second hamzah in both of these words, but no insertion of an extra alif.
The word whenever it is found in the Qur’an is read without the insertion of an alif in between the two hamzahs. There is still of the second hamzah.
A. Repeated questions in a phrase
If a question is repeated in a phrase, such as: Ar-Ra'd 5 , then Qaloon, like Warsh reads with a question for the first of the two () and with a proclamation () for the second of the two. This means that the questioning hamzah of the second utterance of the two question phrase is dropped and thus turned into a statement and not a question.
There are two places of exception to this above rule, in surah An-Naml 67
and Al-‘Ankabut 28-29
In these two places the questioning hamzah of the first utterance of the two questions is dropped and turned into a statement and the questioning hamzah of the second utterance remains, thus the first aayah above from An-Naml is read as [as an example]: .
End of Lesson Three