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what is the difference between shiddah and jahr?

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What is the difference between shiddah and jahr?
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Shiddah is imprisonment of the running of sound, so the sound does not run, whereas jahr involves imprisonment of the running of breath. Both are strong characteristics. 
The lessons on the characteristics are found at: http://www.abouttajweed.com/the-characteristics-of-the-arabic-letters/index.php

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