Some of the turuq of Hafs an Aasim allow for a saktah on the saakin before the hamzah. What would be the correct way of stopping on the word juz' for those turuq that allow a saktah here?
Are there separate rules for stopping on a word that contains a saakin before the hamzah (such as above or stopping on fil aakhirah) with saktah?
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There are two tareeq in the turuq of Hafs ‘an ‘Aasim that have a on a saakin letter that is not a medd letter before a hamzah. One way, called , has a on the saakinah of the if followed by a hamzah, such as in the word and , on the word in any of its forms (with a fathah, dhammah or kasrah), and between two words, such as: , and . Again, this does not apply if the saakin letter before the hamzah is a medd letter.
The other tareeq is called and in addition to the saktaat described above, it also has a sakt on the saakin letter before a hamzah within a word, such as the word: , , or .
When the hamzah is the last letter of the word and it is preceded by a sukoon as in the question, such is the word , or , and we are stopping on the word, then there are two possible ways of stopping. We either stop without the sakt, as it would be impossible to do with a pure sukoon on hamzah and pronounce the hamzah since there would be two saakin letters meeting with a sakt in between, or if the word ends with a fixed or conjugated dhammah or kasrah, we can stop on the word with a sakt after the saakin letter and with on the hamzah, which is the last letter. This also holds true for stopping on the word with a kasrah or a dhammah in as well as .
In the poem: , Ash-Sheikh Abdulziz ‘Uyoon As-Sood said:
And stopping on a hamzah as the last letter
in the sakt the rawm is required as in “dif” [meaning as in stopping on the word
If the conditions for are not present in a word ending with a hamzah preceded by a saakin, such as: then the only way to stop on the word in this tareeq- - is with a pure sukoon and no .
Summary: When reading the words with a hamzah as the last letter, preceded by a sukoon and the conditions for exist, as in , there are two allowable ways of stopping on the word when reading in with one of the two tareeq that have sakt on a saakin before a hamzah : one way with no and a pure sukoon on the hamzah, the other way, with a and stopping with on the hamzah. If the conditions for stopping with on the hamzah do not exist, then we can only stop without the sakt and with a pure sukoon on the hamzah.