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I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

I haven't read this, but it seems to have the answer: http://www.islamic-awareness.org/Quran/Text/Qiraat/hafs.html

I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

I haven't read this, but it seems to have the answer: http://www.islamic-awareness.org/Quran/Text/Qiraat/hafs.html

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I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

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The Quran had 7 recitationsQira'at, so doesn't mean it's 7 versions?

I know that the Quran had 7 types of recitations (tilawat)Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

The Quran had 7 recitations, so doesn't mean it's 7 versions?

I know that the Quran had 7 types of recitations (tilawat) and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

The Quran had 7 Qira'at, so doesn't mean it's 7 versions?

I know that the Quran had 7 types of Qira'at and now the muslims use only one (I think Hafs?). So doesn't that change the interpretations and meanings of the Quran? Doesn't that mean it has 7 different versions?

I'm especially concerned since Arabic words meanings are very depended on "Tashkeel", so a change in pronunciation of a word would change its entire meaning.

Qira'at - wikipedia

See especially this Examples of Readings from Hafs and Warsh - wikipedia

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