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Can I memorize the Quraan in Warsh instead of Hafs?

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Can I memorize the Quraan in Warsh instead of Hafs?
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Yes, it is an authentic way of recitation and part of the revelation.  You need to make sure you are in a place or situation where you can find master teachers of Warsh though, to listen to you and make sure you memorize the rules special to Warsh and apply them correctly in your reading and in your memorization. 
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