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I have recently come across the Makhraj of Seen, Zaay and Saad situated along the upper incisors. Where does this explanation come from?

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Assalamou'alaikoum

I have recently come across the Makhraj of Seen, Zaay and Saad situated along the upper incisors. Where does this explanation come from?
As from what has been explained to me by one of the students of Sheikh Ayman, is that the tip of the tongue touches the internal plate of the lower incisors and the Safeer is above it, between the top and bottom incisors.
However looking at the explanation of line 16 in Jazariyyah, it follows on from the articulation of the 'ta, da and ta. It doesn't specifically mention a separate exit for the 'ta, da and ta. Which is confusing now as I know the explanation of Sheikh Ayman to be right but not knowing how to explain it using evidence from a particular Mat'n.
Could you please help on clarifying this point.
WajazakAllah Khair
Wasalam

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Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barkaatuh
We realized after receiving your question that we had not updated the site definition to match the more recent update of the articulation point of the seen and saad and zay.  We have now updated it. 
The tongue is placed on the plates of the lower incisors (but not pushed against them) and the sound occurs by it exiting between the upper and lower incisors.  In the Jazariyyah poem the articulation points aren't as specific in some cases as what we now have in way of detailed articulation points.  In the Jazariyyah it is saying from "it" rests -meaning tip of the tongue [which is also used for the ta and da and Ta], rests between the tip of the tongue and above the lower incisors, which matches Sheikh Ayman's more detailed definition.
Insha' Allah this helps.
Wa iyyakum,
wa assalam alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakaatuh.
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