14. Attached ya’ indicating “me” or “my”
The refers to extra on the end of the word denoting a direct object or possessive. In the specific case of the qira'aat, we pay attention to the which occur before that has a , a or a kasrah, or before a that occurs as part of a or without it, or before any other letter.
a. Warsh reads this attached possessive or direct object with a on the when it occurs before a which has a written , a , or a kasrah, except the words that are excluded from the rules.
There are seven that are exceptions in the that has a in the beginning of the next word which follows the , meaning Warsh reads these words with a sukoon on the . They are:
All other cases of followed by a that has an accompanying are read with a on the .
There are 9 exceptions to which are followed by a with a kasrah. The normal rule for Warsh in these occurrences is that the are read with a . The following exceptions then are read with a sukoon on the . They are:
(Al-Hijr 36) (Sad 79)
There are two exceptions to the followed by a with an accompanying dhammah. As stated at the beginning of this lesson the normal reading for Warsh is a on the when followed by a with a dhammah. These two exceptions are read with a sukoon on the . The two exceptions are:
b. There is a on all the followed by a word beginning with in the recitation of Warsh, such as in:
c. Warsh also reads with a on the followed by a word beginning with hamzah al-wasl other than except the following three phrases which are read with a sukoon on the :
d. There is also a on the in the recitation of Warsh when followed by any other letter, except the following four words in 11 places which are read with a sukoon on the
The word in eight places:
(Al-Kahf 67, 72, and 75)
The word in three places
The word in the aayah:
(An-Naml 20) .
The word in:
(Nuh 28) .
End of lesson 14