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Sifaat - Tajweed Rules

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Maryam Saeed

on 18 February 2016

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Transcript of Sifaat - Tajweed Rules

Sifaat
Does
Sight
Goes
Thoughts
Teiresias thinks you can be wise but never understand the wisdom so it is of no use
"TEIRESIAS: I will cause neither me nor you distress.
Why do you vainly question me like this?
You will not learn a thing from me."
(Lines [334-336])
Teiresias tells Oedipus his prophecy
"I do not fear the face of your displeasure
there is no way you can destroy me. I tell you,
the man you have been seeking all this time,
about the one who murdered Laius
that man is here. According to reports,
he is a stranger who lives here in Thebes.
But he will prove to be a native Theban.
From that change he will derive no pleasure.
He will be a poor, although he now is rich.
He will set off for a foreign country,
groping the ground before him with a stick.
And he will turn out to be the brother
of the children in his housetheir father, too,
both at once, and the husband and the son
of the very woman who gave birth to them.
He sowed the same womb as his father
and murdered him. Go in and think on this"
(Lines 541-559)
Teiresias sees the truth
"TEIRESIAS: You are all ignorant. I will not reveal
the troubling things inside me, which I can call
your grief as well."
(Lines 391-393)

"TEIRESIAS:You blame my temper,
but do not see the one which lives within you.
Instead, you are finding fault with me."
(Lines 403-405)
Teiresias goes to Thebes
"I would not have journeyed here.
OEDIPUS: What’s wrong? You’ve come, but seem so sad.
TEIRESIAS: Let me go home."
(Lines 377-380)
Continuation of the breath upon pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the sound upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it
carries a sukoon
Continuation of the sound upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Contact between the back of the tongue and the upper palate of the mouth upon pronunciation of the letter
Separation between the back of the tongue and the upper palate upon pronunciation of the letter
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
Stoppage of the breath upon
pronunciation of the letter, when it carries a sukoon
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