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Why are the letters of Izhar the letters of Izhar? On what basis are they categorized as the letters of Izhar/Idhar?

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Why are the letters of Izhar the lettesr of Izhar ? On what basis are they categorized as the letters of Izhar/Idhar?

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Assalaam alaikum,
The letters of    are called thus because they cause the previous letter to be pronounced clearly.  In the case of the saakinah, when the letters pronounced from throat , follow the saakinah, the is then pronounced clearly, which is what means.  Any other letter following the saakinah besides these six letters of cause a different rule to be used on the saakinah, and it is not pronounced clearly then. 

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