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When reading the quran, what do i have to do when i see a 'jeem' or a 'thoey' do i completely stop

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salaam

when reading the quran, what do i have to do when i see a 'jeem' or a 'thoey' do i completely stop as i would if it was the end of a sentence or do i just not sound out that last letter.


Answer
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullah,
The following chart explains the stop marks in the Medina Printing Complex printing of the Qur'an:

We can stop on any of the first four stop marks in the above chart and start with that which comes next. 
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