To know where the letters Arabic are "pronounced" from is important to learn reading the Quran and speaking Arabic correctly. The first thing a student of tajweed learns is the so called مخارج الحروف Articulation of sound, there he learns how each Arabic letter is pronounced and where the phonation is localized. Unfortunately I'm neither a great linguist in ...
The answer is taken from this source , and I will extract the general and main rule from it and format it as a short answer, for more details in Arabic get to the source
According to rules of Tajweed تجويد you can pronounce the (L - ل - لام) in the word Allah الله in 2 ways they are called (tafkheem تفخيم - ) and (ترقيق - ...
In Islam acts are based on intention. You didn't intend to do that so your prayer is valid. You wanted to pronounce in rightly but mispronounced it. But your intent was right. The prophet [saw] said:
Narrated 'Umar bin Al-Khattab (May Allah be pleased with him), reported:
Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, "The deeds are ...
Are there clear rules about how such words in the Quran should be pronounced based purely on reading it?
Yes, such rules do exist. Many editions of the Mushaf usually include a section at the end which contains a summary of those rules with examples for each one. You can find that section in this Mushaf, for example. Here are some screenshots from it:
None of them is right.
As written in the original text it is:
A full transliteration of this du'a can be found in Hisn al-Muslim.
In the name of Allah, the most Gracious, the most merciful
First of all, I should mention that on the whole, Sajdeh (prostration) can be considered from different aspects, and one of those aspects is related to “pronunciation” as you mentioned.
As a general Islamic rule of Salah (prayer), there are some conditions which can invalidate your Salah (prayer). ...
In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful
In order to elucidate the issue you'd better pay heed that according to the correct Arabic grammar, the exact pronunciation of Same'allah-o Leman "Hamedah" is Hamedah (حمده). Of course, it seems that in Arabic language, most of Arab people pronounce the letter "E" as/like "I". For instance,...