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I'm trying to memorize Quran. The hardest part for me is the diacritics. For example, I see many different diacritics for refering to Allah's Prophet.

رَسولَهُ
رَسولُهُ
رَسولِهِ

I can't use corpus.quran.com, because it only anlyzes each word separately and I can't understand the difference. I need a source to compare them. Do we have such a source?

https://quran.com/3/101 Rasuluhu

https://quran.com/61/9 Rasulahu

https://quran.com/9/7 Rasulihi

  • I'm no expert, but that third one looks unusual. Can you add context as to where you found each of these? – goldPseudo Mar 25 at 17:42
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    This is in first place a question about Arabic language and specially its grammar. I don't see how this is on-topic. BTW Allah's Prophet is رسول الله. What you wrote down are different forms (all could apply depending on the sentence content of "His prophet" رسوله – Medi1Saif Mar 25 at 19:43
  • @goldPseudo I would even assume that all of them appear in the qur'an. – Sassir Mar 26 at 1:29
  • They all appear in Quran. – Saeed Neamati Mar 27 at 20:33

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