The Wikipedia page on Imala states:

Many qirāʾāt of the Quran implement imāla at least once. Some, like those of Hafs or Qalun, use it only once, but others, like those of Hamzah az-Zaiyyat and Al-Kisa'i, use it regularly.

The one instance in Hafs 'an 'Asim occurs in Surah Hud, verse 41, but where does the one instance in Qalun 'an Nafi' occur? If it's the same verse, is the Qalun version of the imala recited in the same way as the one in Hafs? I would especially appreciate a link to a qari reciting the verse in Qalun as I've been unable to find one on YouTube.

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    The title asks about Warsh and the question content asks about Qalun. I assume the title is a typo?
    – The Z
    Jul 25, 2022 at 1:14

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The one time Qaloon does imalah kubra is in Surah Tawbah 109.

It is the verse:

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There is imalah in هَارٍ.

See recitation of the verse on YouTube:


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    Perfect, thank you. Jul 25, 2022 at 2:45

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