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Madd iwad rule has fathatain at the end of a sentence, but what do you do if you see a qalqalah letter..
Madd iwad rule has fathatain at the end of a sentence if it has a alif or not, but what do you do if you see a qalqalah letter with fathatain due to waqt, do you make qalqalah kobra or madd iwad.
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When there is a tanween with a fathah on the end of a word, and we are stopping on the word, with substitute an alif for the tanween when stopping. This is called .
An exception to this is when stopping on a word with the last letter a female , called in Arabic, such as in the word in this case there is no medd, instead with stop with a saakinah.
If there is a qalqalah letter and it has a tanween with a fathah, then we substitute an alif for the tanween fathah, so the qalqalah letter is read with a fathah, followed by an alif. Therefore, there is no qalqalah in this case because the qalqalah letter is not saakin, instead it has a vowel.
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