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How to read Allah separately ?

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Question
How to read Allah separately ?  I have heard Alif is lightly pronounced before Allah
Answer
When starting on the Glorious name of Allah, we put a fathah on the hamzah al -wasl which is written on the top of an alif in printed musaahif, but it is really a hamzah al wasl which we employ only when starting the word - as in: .  The laam and alif following the laam in the Glorious name of Allah are then read with tafkheem, which means heavy or velarization.  The hamzah is always read lightly. 
If there is a kasrah on the letter before the Glorious name of Allah such as in: ,  or if there is a letter with a kasrah attached to the Glorious namd of Allah, we read the laam and alif following the laam with tarqeeq, or lightly. 
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