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Why does the tanween letter have an alif at the end

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Why does the tanween letter have an alif at the end
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The tanween occurs with all three vowels, the fathah, the dhammah and the kasrah.  There is no alif pronounced when stopping on a word with a dhammah tanween or a kasrah tanween.  If however you are stopping on a word ending with a tanween with a fathah then we stop with an alif.  As in:This is the way Arabs stop on a fathah tanween- with an alif.  If continuing, the alif is not pronounced.
Please see:

http://www.abouttajweed.com/index.php/tajweed-rules/49-the-mudood-the-lengthenings/104-the-mudood-lengthenings-part-3

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