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25-03-09, 12:15 PM
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Gonna start all the way from the beginning, inshaallah it'll be helpful. Yeah, it's better taught face to face - but watch
the video's I'll paste the links, then go over my notes, or even write your own notes. =)
Tajweed class 01
Tajweed =

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vv

ja wwa da
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vv
Which means, to make something good = the art of beautifying your recitation. It is also to recite the Qur'an the way
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it was revealed. To do this / the chain of narration of recitation should go back to the way in which the Prophet
recited.
The book being used is called []
A gift to the babies [ the tajweed baby ]

= opening
= = lock
= an explanation
= a small gift something nice
= = the objective here is a baby/ beginner in the science of tajweed.
The point to note is that the early scholars would make everything into a rhyme, so the title of the book also rhymes.
= Opening of a lock, an explanation of a gift for the beginner.
There's two types of hifdh.
1) Hifdh ul (missed it, he spoke too fast) = which means memorising from mind or chest
2) Hifdh ul kitab (I think) - where everything is written down.

The basmalah is very important which is why the author began with this. Then he continued with ahamdulillah

Allah begins the Qur'an with surah fatiha in which we say basmalah at the start and then recite the
surah. The author is holding onto the example that whenever something is began without basmalah it is cut of of its
barakah and blessings. (refer to our ayah a day thread - you'll get more information we got it all down alhamdulillah
=P)


This type of poem is called al himar, it is set up in a scale that has a wajn/rhythm which means that last word are
going to rhyme. It's called a himar = a donkey so anyone can memorise it.
= He says
= hoping for
= the mercy of the Forgiving (attribute of Allah )
= Always
= That's his name
= he is
= = From the village of Jamzur - a place right outside Tanta in Egypt. The people of tajweed
come from there.
This is the manners of the teacher, the adaab of them so that we know who we're being taught by.
[ will carry it on in a bit BTW I'm not sure why it's gone funny up there when I've written down where the word comes
from, I'm sure you can get it though, I can't change it right now.]
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I have a mistake in the name of the book being used. =o So I'll correct it in a bit.
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= All praise belongs to Allah

= Blessings on the Prophet


= Mohammed 's family too and his companions.
= Those who
= = those that came after them.
A verse in poetry is called bayt.
The shiekh said that Allah send the Qur'an down on the Prophet and Allah said;

73:4 or add to it [at will]; and [during that time] recite the Quran calmly and distinctly, with thy mind attuned to
its meaning.
Abu Lubabah Bashir bin Abdul-Mundhir (radi Allahu anh) reported: The Prophet (salalahu alyhi wasalam) said, He
who does not recite the Quran in a pleasant tone is not of us. (Abu Dawud)

= = distinguishing break in a speech, if you want to go into a different form of speech in the same
topic.
= ha is to get your attention
= a type of poem/ words that come on the scale that rhymes to make it easy.
= = Those who desire, whoever wants to/ seeking.
= about. It is the most used word in the Arabic language that's why it means about here/ with regards, and not
in.
= noon, is an actual noon.
= It has the sound of noon. (I can't really explain it well.. ) Tanween the act of making the noon sound.
Example:

So with the we make the sound of the noon and point to it with the signs and markings without writing the
actual letter down.
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= Elongation/the extension

= = I have named it (the poem)
= something nice/a gift for the babies/beginners
= on the authority
= scholar
= it's another village around tanta.
= The perfect one (literally) *
* No one is perfect, only Allah is Perfection
However the author, writing this book saw his scholar as someone perfect, but we don't call them perfect. Allah
Knows Best about him. (but we leave it)

= hope
= with/it/the poem
= to
= benefit
= The student/the one who seeks/expert/
=The reward for the effort
= Acceptance from Allah it's a beginner text, so inshaallah, it gets accepted by Allah, as it is
accepted by the people.
= Reward because Allah wants to give it, even if we haven't earned it.
(I have some stuff to add to the letters so yas there's mistakes but I don't know how to get it, but that's it. Lesson one
complete Alhamdulillah!)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OUwW...9B327E&index=0
^^ It's a playlist so it's cool.
I'll try updating every week. Anyone can contribute. =)
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ohh a playlist, thats a good idea tht they did like tht
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These vids are quite good for learning tajweed. Only about the makharij though. And it's also incomplete.
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"And thus have We willed you to be a community of the middle way."
(al-Baqarah: 143)
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for the notes. I am planning to start the tajweed videos and your notes and definitely going to be
useful.
Insha Allah, continue to share your notes with us.
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Tajweed class 2:
There are ten things in every science that you have to know before it is studied: The 10 fundamentals:
The basics of every science are ten;
1/2 the definition and name
3/4 What is the subject title? What is its benefit?
5/ What is its nobility next to other sciences?
6/ What sciences and subjects is it related to?
7/8 Who started it? What tools must we use?
9/ What issues does it deal with?
10/ What is the legal ruling regarding it?
1/2
It's name and definition:
Tajweed; tajweed is from the name jawwada meaning to perfect something. To do something in a beautiful manner
without losing its properties. This is said regarding speech and actions. <--- The linguistic meaning. the study of
tajweed is to get someone to recite beautiful naturally.
As a term, it is knowledge of the rules used in the proper recitation of the Qur'an.
3/4
It's benefit and subject matter:
Its subject matter is the words of the Qur'an with regards to perfecting their pronounciation and beautifying their
presentation. Some of the benefits are that it protects the speech of Allah from being recited incorrectly.*1 So the
benefit of this science is that it clarifies to the student how the messenger of Allah himself used to recite the
Qur'an and allow it to be recited. For this reason it is considered one of the sciences of tafseer.*2
*1 What is the Qur'an?
The Qur'an is the speech of Allah. It is not created. You're reciting revelation the way it as revealed.
*2 How can tajweed be considered a science of tafseer?
What is tafseer? The tafseer is the science where we recognise and understand what the Qur'an means.
When recited correctly the words are broken down.
5/
Its nobility next to other sciences:
It is considered one of the most noblest sciences due to the statement of Allah 's messenger when
he said; What could mean, the best of you are those who learn the Qur'an and teach it. Jaamluh saahih albani. This
nobility is also due to its attachment to the most noble book, the Qur'an and the most noble messenger
6/
The sciences and subjects it is related to:
Tajweed is related to the sciences of Arabic*1, Qiraa'ah*2 and tafseer.*3
*1 It's tied to the science of sarf - etymology
*2 Qiraa'ah is the science of reciting the Qur'an in one of the seven modes (classical) Originally tajweed
was tied to Qiraa'ah over time it become its own science.
*3 Already mentioned
7/8
How it started and what are the tools used:
It is said that the scholars of Qiraa'ah started it. Meaning, organised their rules and principles. This was done during
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the time frame from starting from 118h (the separation began) to 229h (it was on its own). This is mentioned here
because prior to this time the science of tajweed was connected to other sciences: Sarf, Qiraa'ah and tafseer. During
this timeframe it separated and became a study of its own - not directly connected or tied to the other sciences.
In order to study tajweed one must have some knowledge on Qiraa'ah, Anatomy*1 and Arabic.*2 Some of the utensils
used in teaching tajweed nowadays include listening to CDs of classical Qaaris reciting so the student gets
accustomed to hearing the proper way of recitation.
*1 Become familiar with the workings of mouth and nose, as well as how you put your lips together and
close.
*2 You must know how to read Arabic. Not transliteration.
9/
What it deals with:
Tajweed deals with issues like idh-har*1 and idhgaam*2 - terms you will learn through study. It deals with abgee
hajjaka wa bhaafu' aqeemah. These are the letters of a laamu qamariyah.*3
*1 idh-har is a type of letter that when you hear it you recite it clearly.
*2 idhgaam is to enter something on something else.
*3 This is letters (deal with when we get to it).
10/
The ruling regarding the study of tajweed:
The legal ruling concerning studying tajweed is that it is fardhu kifaayah.*1 However, whoever recites a single word
from the Qur'an has to recite it with tajweed and it makes it wajib for whoever that wants to recite the Qur'an.*2
*1 It is not an obligation on everyone - as in not everyone has to become an expert.
*2 however whoever opens their mouth it is wajib an obligation to recite it with tajweed because that's
how Allah revealed it.
[You have to study the taj weed al ong wi th practi ci ng. The ul ema have sai d the onl y way you wi l l l earn taj weed i s by 'movi ng your j aw' -
practi ci ng what you have l earnt. Thi s statement i s cal l ed tahqeeq, there's four di fferent reci tati on, 2 of whi ch are;
1) Tahqeeq
2) Tarteel ]
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Writing notes is really helpful alhamdulillah. I really want to continue with this, inshaallah, I can and I don't stop half
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dont worry sis u have me to come and bug u if u stop doing it
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Originally Posted by scribble
Writing notes is really helpful alhamdulillah. I really want to continue with this, inshaallah, I can and I
don't stop half way.
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Tajweed class 3:
Al- LaHn
Al LaHn simplified is any mistake made whilst reciting, there are of two types:
1)Major mistakes:
Al LaHnul Jalee
Reciting the wrong letters of words, such as pronouncing HaTaba as hataba. Reciting the wrong vowels such as
Alhamdulillah hi rabbUl aalameen. Other mistakes include 'an-'amta 'alaihim, where people put an 'aayn where there
is a hamza. Likewise in the shahada mistakes such as ashadu is pronounced without the ha. Similar miss-
pronounciations such as these that change the meaning of the word is called al LaHn.
Any person who is incapable of being able to detect this kind of mistake should not lead the salaah, unless he is he
best reciter amongst them. The messenger of Allah said: (translated as)
Your imaam in the salaah should be the one who knows the Qur'an and this includes the one who knows best how to
recite it.
(and example of this is Ibn Abbas who led the prayer at 10 years old, behind him was Abu Bakr radiyallahu anhu and
Umar radiyallahu anhu, unfortunately nowadays those that are chose to lead the prayers aren't chosen due to their
good voice, however some may lead the prayer due to authority or status. This part of the deen should be preserved)
2)Subtle mistakes
Al LaHnul Khafee
Mistakes in the sifaat of a letter. Like forgetting id-har or ghunnah. Elongating where it is short or shortening where it
is meant to be elongated.
Qiraa'at, Riwaayat, Taruq
Qiraa'ah: Any difference in reciting the Qur'an that is attributed to one of the ten imaams of Qur'an in Qiraa'ah. These
ten imaams of recitation are:
1) Naafi Al Madinee (warsh) ?
2) Ibn Katheer al Makki (Hafs) ?
3) Abu 'Amr alBaSree
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4) Ibn 'Amr Ash-shaami
5) 'AhSim alKoofi
6) Hamzah alKoofi
7) alKasanee alKoofi
8) - (they didn't turn to the board.)
9) - "
10) -
[I'll finish it off later inshaallah.]
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Hafs is the student of 'Asim. And Warsh is the student of Nafi'.
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1) Naafi Al Madinee (warsh) ?
2) Ibn Katheer al Makki (Hafs) ?
3) Abu 'Amr alBaSree
4) Ibn 'Amr Ash-shaami
5) 'AhSim alKoofi (Hafs)
6) Hamzah alKoofi
7) alKasanee alKoofi
8) - (they didn't turn to the board.)
9) - "
10) -
"And thus have We willed you to be a community of the middle way."
(al-Baqarah: 143)
Allahumma innaa na'udhu bika min an nushrika bika shai-an na'lamuh; wa nastaghfiruka limaa laa
na'lam.
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Tajweed class 3 continuation:
...These men studied from the companions of the Prophet , the students of the companions and in a few cases each
other. A famous scholar by the name of Mujahid wrote a book called "the Book of Qiraa'at" in which he mentioned
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Qiraa'at, Riwaayat, Taruq
Qiraa'ah: Any difference in reciting the Qur'an that is attributed to one of the ten imaams of Qur'an in
Qiraa'ah. These ten imaams of recitation are:
1) Naafi Al Madinee (warsh) ?
2) Ibn Katheer al Makki (Hafs) ?
3) Abu 'Amr alBaSree
4) Ibn 'Amr Ash-shaami
5) 'AhSim alKoofi
6) Hamzah alKoofi
7) alKasanee alKoofi
8) - (they didn't turn to the board.)
9) - "
10) -
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and named the what he calls the most famous recitations known.
Riwaayah: In Ibn Mujahid's book he mentioned two students from each imam. What does that mean? The imaams
learnt from different sahabas and tabieen which led them to learn different ways of reciting the Qur'an. They had
taught some students one way and another student a different way. For each imaam there are two narrations:
For example: Hafs said to 'Aasim, "Abu Bakr recites the Qur'an different from me" (Hafs and Abu Bakr were the
students of Asim) so Aasim said "I taught you how to recite the way Ali ibn abi Talib used to recite and I taught Abu
Bakr how to recite the way of Abdullah ibn Masood.
Riwaayah therefore means the different way in which the two students of each imaam (major ones) were taught to
recite Qur'an. So when we hear the statement "Hafs an 'Aasim" what it really means is that Hafs is reciting on the
authority of Aasim, or reciting the way he was taught by Aasim.
Since there were only two narrations written in Mujahid's book these became the classical recitations, everything
else, for the most part, is considered irregular and/or unacceptable. The classical narrators are:
1) Naaf'i has Qaloon and Warsh
2) ibn Katheer has al-Bazee and Qunbul
3) abi Amr has Durree and Soosee
4) Ibn Amr has Hishaam and ibn Dhak-waan
5) Aasim has Shu'bah and Hafs
6) Hamzah has Khalaf and Khallaad
7) Kasanee has abul Haarith and Hafs ad-Duuri
8) Abu Jafar has ibn Wirdaan and ibn Jamaaz
9) Yaqoob has Ruways and Rooh ustaadhu Bukhaari
10) Khalaf has Ishaq and Idrees
We're doing three inshaallah. (I've highlighted which student)
Tareeq: is the term used usually only by experts in this field. Most people who memorise the Qur'an from the
neighbourhood Qaari or their elder relative and they have no idea which tareeq they are studying. However, it is not
really relevant or important for the average student. Tareeq is the way the student of the Raawi recited. They are rules
within rules that state that if you choose one way you cannot recite the other way at the same time. Tareeq is the
way the student stuck to after learning from the Raawi.
* Warsh accoring to the tareeq of Al azraqi
* Hafs according to the tareeq of abu Muhammed ibn As-Sibaah
* Khalaf according to the tareeq of Ahmed ibn Uthman
4 modes of tilaawat:
1) Tahqeeq - slow deliberate manner, educating the listener in the process so that every letter is heard and the
elongation is in the correct places.
2) Tarteel - To recite the Qur'an melodically without really trying to educate the people but reciting the stories in the
Qur'an so the people can hear it.
3) Tadweer - To recite the Qur'an melodically but faster than one would in front of someone. This type of tilaawah is
done by oneself or in front of tutors.
4) Hadr - This is read in a fast manner usually when reviewing the Qur'an.
ALL these modes of recitation are still read holding tight to the rules of tajweed.
Alhamdulillah - end of lesson 3. =)
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Tajweed class 04

= = Rule
= = = The letter that is ma'roof. It's well known and simple as a letter of the alphabet.
:
= The
= Rest/reside (literal meaning) As a terminology, it is the absence of a vowel sound over dealing with a
particular letter.
= The noon that has no vowel sound over it.
The sign for noon sakin is from the letter but the tail has been cut and the diacritical mark has been taken away.
They use because it comes from the word which means the absence of or void of.
The number five above the noon in stead of the kha is the same but it is easily and quicker, both are accepted.
= and
= the tanween
= The form of the word is = the root of the word is In between that there is a so:
if the are removed from the word what's left? = the tanween means noon, it means the sound of noon
as apposed to the saakinah that is ma'roof, that is written. The tanween is the sound the noon makes without it being
written down.
[will carry on later inshaallah]
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Actually I don't really understand the thing.. =s How did he get there from the word tanween.. ? He said the form
of the word is .. so it's a rule or something?
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I have a question. So is it warsh qiraa'ah that when in written form like in the mushaf they don't have the sakoon on
the alif and stuff like that? Or Hafs.. because in one of my mushaf the markings aren't there.. well I've noticed the
sakoon isn't. =/ But in the other there is..
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Signs of tanween:
Fathataan, khasrataan, dhammataan
The difference between noon saakinah and tanween:
Noon saakinah happens in the beginning, middle and even can occur at the end of a word, it happens in
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one word.
Tanween happens between two words.
With the noon saakinah the noon is actually written down.
The tanween is the pronounciation of the noon.
Noon Sakinaah
[all the noon sakinaah]
Tanween
There are 4 types of tanween:
1) Tamkeen
2) Tankeer
3) Muqabalah
4) Iwad
Tamkeen: Comes at the end of names and at the end of the word:
,
Tankeer: Comes from which means not there, void or something that is not recognised/unknown.

That's the Zaid we don't know, that's why there's a tanween there. Or it's done for a name that is a non-Arab name. It
isn't found very often in the Qur'an.
Muqabalah: Refer to the below example;

=
The tanween above that word is in place for the noon. It doesn't make sense to me but it doesn't have to, it's the
Arabic language. (for the females?)
Iwad: Iwad means it's in place for something else, for example:
= this type of tanween is in place of the ya which is one form of Iwad.
Another form is when it comes in place of a thought:

The tanween means:
= Every person/all of us.
OR
:
= all of us.
Allah says in the Qur'an:


(there's a tanween Waantum heenaithin tanthuroona) The tanween is in place of the whole sentence.
Why, then, [29] when [the last breath] comes up to the throat [of a dying man], the while you are [helplessly]
looking on - [56:83-84]
The tanween there is in place of not having to repeat the whole sentence again.
Alhamdulillah - end of lesson 4. That was a bit confusing. =/ But hmm.. we shall see.
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Tajweed class 05:



= for the noon (the letter)
= if
= = it has a sukoon over it
= and
= for the tanween
= four

= rules
= so take
= = To make something clear therefore is "my clarification"
He is saying for noon saakinah and tanween there are 4 rules, however there needs to be some clarification. One of
these rules have 2 parts to it which will equal 5.


= so then the first
() = rule (the word is missing)
= = which means back (body back) which is really big, also salaatul dhuhr is called salaatul dhuhr
because it's plain as day, it's clear. Id-har as a terminology it means that you have to pronounce noon saakinah and
tanween clearly and independently not mixed with the other letters.
= before certain letters
= (letters) of the throat

= six letters
= set and straight in order
= so then you should know what they are.
He's saying that before noon saakinah and tanween when it comes before the six throat letters it is going to be id-har,
which means it means to pronounce the noon distinctively - you should KNOW what they are.
What are the Throat Letters?
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= then
=
=
:
The mu in front of the word means "something or someone that possesses the meaning of" the an at the end of the
word means two - meaning the and the .
= = It ignored something/lazily as a terminology it means that there are no diacritical marks over
them.

= then
=
=
************************FROM THE PREVIOUS POST**************************
REWIND =P


Can't finish it right now. Will do later inshaallah
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Okay so the first rule we've already been through. The six letters of the throat that are in order, so the letters that are
mentioned have been mentioned in order the letters come up through your throat.
How does noon saakinah and tanween come?
*Noon saakinah and tanween come in one word
*Noon saakinah and tanween come between two words
*
a)When it comes between two words it comes as tanween
b)When it comes between two words it comes as noon saakinah
(the noon saakinah/tanween and the hamza)
EXAMPLE: / /

(sorry for not markings on some and not others.. =o)


(the noon saakinah/tanween and the ha)
EXAMPLE:

/ /

(the noon saakinah/tanween and the 'aayn)


EXAMPLE: /

(the noon saakinah/tanween and the Ha)


EXAMPLE: /

(the noon saakinah/tanween and the Ghayn)


EXAMPLE:

(the noon saakinah/tanween and the KHa)


EXAMPLE:

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(NOTE: (right to left) the examples are the noon saakinah in ONE word, then noon saakinah in TWO words then
tanween in TWO words.)
Alhamdulillah. END of lesson 5 wheeeew. =P Haha... yeah sorry not putting all the dhamma fathah and khasra on all
the words buuuuuut ... =o I already written it now.. =/ You can make it out. =P
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Tajweed class 06:
Review:

Idgham: Is to enter something into something else;


1) Cover: When you're behind something that will protect you.
2) Concealment: When you're behind something that conceals you but you aren't protected.
As a terminology it is to enter one letter onto another letter. When the noon gets onto certain letters it gets covered,
or it gets concealed. There's tow types; cover and concealment.


()
= The second is

= Idgham
= six

= before?
= in
() = yarmaluna
= In these letters (according to the scholars of qiraa'ah/tajweed)
= it is clear
There are 4 rules for noon saakinah and tanween:
The first is idh-har, it's before six letters ( , , , , ,)
The second rule is idgham: if noon as saakinah and tanween come before the six letters ( ) idgham is the
rule, and it is clear according to the scholars of tajweed.
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()
= However (ha = it)
= Two types

= One type..
= you make idgham
= In the (idgham)
= with ghunnah
, , , = = (In these letters, you do idgham with ghunnah)
= It's there to help the poem go on
IDGHAM
|| ||

|| ||
With Ghunnah / Without Ghunnah
|| ||
With Ghunnah

( )
|| ||
Without Ghunnah

( )
To conclude:
The second rule for noon as saakinah for tanween is called idgham
Idgham means entering something into something else
The letters of idgham is
Idgham is of two types: ghunnah and without ghunnah
Ghunnah is the sound made from holding the air in the nose
The one that has ghunnah is
The letters that don't have ghunnah is
Alhamdulillah, end of lesson 6. =)
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So in my own words I'm going to review it all from the beginning up into where we have left off. =)
Lesson one:

The openi ng of chai ns, a gi ft for the babi es/begi nners.


He (the author) hopes for the mercy of Al Ghafoor (the Forgi vi ng, attri bute of Al l ah) al ways, Sul ayman (that's hi s name) from Jamzuri . (where he
i s from)


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Al l prai se bel ongs to Al l ah, bl essi ngs upon the Prophet and hi s fami l y, and hi s compani ons.

Introduci ng (or a break i n speech concerni ng a di fferent topi c) thi s poem about noon saaki nah, tanween and el ongati on

I (the author) have named thi s book a gi ft for the babi es on the authori ty of Shaykh Mahyi yi (dunno how to spel l i t but i t's another town i n Tanta)
the (one whom he thi nks i s perfect, agai n, onl y Al l ah i s perfect)

I (the author) hope to benefi t the student/expert/etc wi th reward for the effort (from Al l ah) and reward (because of Al l ah's Mercy).
Lesson two:
The 10 fundamentals:
The basics of every science are ten;
1/2 the definition and name
3/4 What is the subj ect title? What is its benefit?
5/ What is its nobility next to other sciences?
6/ What sciences and subj ects is it related to?
7/8 Who started it? What tools must we use?
9/ What issues does it deal with?
10/ What is the legal ruling regarding it?
Lesson three:
Al LaHnul Jalee - maj or maj or mistake
Al laHnul Khafee - minor mistake
Qiraa'ah - Any difference in recitation of Qur'an that is attributed to the 10 imaams.
Riwaayah - How the students of the imaams taught their students differently.
Taruq - The way the student of the raawi recited. They are strict rules to follow.
Tilaawah - of 4 types;
Tarteel - Melodically reciting Qur'an with rules of taj weed.
Tahqeeq - Like a student learning emphasising each letter.
Tadweer - faster than the above two but still melodically.
Hadr - to go fast, review.
Lesson 4, 5 and 6:

The rul i ngs of noon saaki nah and tanween.

For the noon that i s saaki n and the tanween


There are four rul es pl us cl ari fi cati on

The fi rst rul e i s i d-har before certai n l etters...


..of the throat are si x set strai ght and i n order so you shoul d know what they are

Hamza, ha, then aayn, Ha, wi thout the marki ngs, then ghayn and KHa.


The thi rd rul e i s i dgham before si x
()
i n ( ) (i n these l etters) accordi ng to the schol ars of qi raa'ah/taj weed i t's fi rm.


However, there are two types, one ti me you make i dgham
()
In the i dgham you make ghunnah (for the l etters: )
Wow, is that all! =P
Alhamdulillah, next up lesson number 7.
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= there is no ghunnah
= when
= (the noon as saakinah and one of the letters of yanmu) come together (in one word)
= in a word
= then do not
= make ghunnah
= when the noon saakinah is before the ya (because ghunnah is between two words)

= another example like the above.


= recite the two of them like that (like tilaawah)
There is no ghunnah when the noon as saakinah and one of the letters of yanmu appear together in one word like
and

because ghunnah happens between two words unlike id-har. So if they appear together the rule is id-har if
they do not then the rule is idgham.
Examples of idgham:
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Tajweed class 07:


= there is no ghunnah
= when
= (the noon as saakinah and one of the letters of yanmu) come together (in one word)
= in a word
= then do not
= make ghunnah
= when the noon saakinah is before the ya (because ghunnah is between two words)
= another example like the above.
= recite the two of them like that (like tilaawah)
There is no ghunnah when the noon as saakinah and one of the letters of yanmu appear together in
one word like and because ghunnah happens between two words unlike id-har. So if they
appear together the rule is id-har if they do not then the rule is idgham.
Examples of idgham:
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:
/

/
Alhamdulillah enddddd. =)
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Tajweed class 08:
I'm not gonna go over the review again. =P
= to enter something into something else. There is two types, ghunnah and without ghunnah.
(BTW he said and I'll just say it too, you can't learn tajweed from watching these, you have to go to someone to learn
it proper. =))


= the second (type of idgham)

= idgham without ghunnah


= In/regarding
= the lam
= the ra

= then
= Tikrar, saying the ra without it bumping
EXAMPLES: (with noon saakinah and tanween)
:


:
/
Alhamdulillah end of lesson 8. =P Yeah was short.
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Tajweed class 09:


The third rule:
= the third rule (for noon saakinah and tanween)
= = heart (to flip something, inside out - one day you like something one day you hate it/blood comes
in one way then pushes it another way) = it flips the noon into a meem. Imam of qiraa'ah says to keep mouth slightly
open.
= iqlaab is ONLY in the letter BAA
Will finish later insha Allah... =o I am slightly distracted..
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= the meem
= the nasality sound from the nose.
= = Hiding, or a sutrah so no one can walk in front of you. Ikhfaa is when the meem puts cover on
the noon, the meem then glides into the baa.
Iqlaab is the third rule concerning noon saakinah and tanween, when the noon comes before a baa then it is flipped, it
turns the noon into a meem.
EXAMPLES:
Noon saakinah:

= The noon is with iqlaab (I dunno how to put the little meem over it)

Tanween:
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The third rule:
= the third rule (for noon saakinah and tanween)
= = heart (to flip something, inside out - one day you like something one day you
hate it/blood comes in one way then pushes it another way) = it flips the noon into a meem. Imam of
qiraa'ah says to keep mouth slightly open.
= iqlaab is ONLY in the letter BAA
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= tanween has iqlaab flip it to meem.


Alhamdulillah. (Ikhfaa will be discussed in next lesson insha Allah)
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This is really cool I found the poem
http://qalifba.googlepages.com/tuhfetulatfal.pdf
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I came accross this on youtube, do you guys think itd be any good?
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Yeah, you could listen, I've not watched them ones..
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ive not listened to it (and cnt click now trying to get baby 2 sleep) but it looks good i think its definately worth trying
insha Allah i will listen 2 some of tht later for link
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sis,these days I am learning tajweed alhamdulillah,so your lessons will be very beneficial for me
may Allah subhanahutaala reward you for your great effort ameen!!
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Ameen..
Alhamdulillah that's really cool.. aww insha Allah my notes will help lol, I've just really been writing them for myself
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ive watched the first 2 ones which were basically general introduction, like where you make the sounds for each
letter, but havnt got round to listening to the others yet which i think are the actual rules
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