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Salaam to all. Shukran for the help, it helps tremendously.
Please explain to us how Naafi’ reads AAL AANA in surah Yunus
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh.
Both and read the word , which has a questioning hamzah as the first letter before a hamzah al-wasl followed by a saakinah, followed then another , then an alif and the last letter a noon, in surah Yunus aayah 51 and 91 with (transfer) of the vowel of the second to the saakinah preceding it. This is the normal case for the reading of Warsh, since it is part of the basic rules of Warsh that we transfer the vowel on a hamzah to the saakin preceding it. This is a special case for the reading of Qaloon.
There are two ways of reading this word for all ways of recitation:
1. With of the hamzah al-wasl an alif with a six vowel count lengthening.
2. With of the hamzah al-wasl between a hamzah and an alif with no lengthening.
In the case of those that read this word with (transfer of the vowel), such as Qaloon and Warsh, there are two ways of reading the way of :
a. With the six vowel count lengthening of the alif (changed from hamzah al-wasl) taking into consideration the original sukoon on the laam.
b. With just a two vowel count lengthening of the alif, taking into consideration that the laam is now voweled.
Qaloon then has three allowed ways of reading this word, two ways with of the hamzah wasl an alif, one with a full six vowel count medd, the other with just two vowel counts, the third way is with of the hamzah with no lengthening.
There is a after the laam saakinah, and we know from the lessons on Warsh in the tidbit lesson link http://www.abouttajweed.com/titbitlessons.htm see lesson two- that Warsh lengthens two, four, or six vowel counts. There is a note in lesson two that some scholars make an exception to the four and six vowel count in this word (), but since some allow it, it is still permitted to read with two, four, or six vowel counts.
If we look at the phrases and in surah Yunus 51 and 91 respectfully completely by themselves without stopping on the word , the reading of Warsh has seven possible ways of reading all having of the vowel on the hamzah after the lam to the lam.
a. of the hamzah wasl alif with a six vowel count lengthening on the alif, and two, four, or six vowel counts for (three ways).
b. of the hamzah wasl with two, four, or six vowel counts for (three ways).
c. of the hamzah wasl alif with only two vowel counts on the alif and only two vowel counts allowed for (one way).‘Afwan. Wa assalaam alaikum wa rahmatullah