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I am a native arabic speaker. No, there is no difference in the pronounciation of them. you can listen to an automatic voice using the voice icon in google translator: test it here. if you use the Arabic diacritics, you will get a good automatic pronociation.


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The problem with your question is that scholars say it's not allowed to recite the Quran without at least "the odor" of tajweed, so it's not allowed to read it as you would read any text. This applies especially for somebody who know it based on verse (73:4)! Or add to it, and recite the Qur'an with measured recitation. Note that Quran has been revealed ...


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Memorizing the Quran will be easier to learn, and remember, if you know Arabic. However, it won't be hard with any other language.


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In your given video from 1:15 to 1:43 and 2:04 to 2:20, the Qari Abdul Basit repeats part of the ayah of Surah Yusuf in different recitations: The recitation of Nafi', Abu Jafar and Shaybah: وقرأ أبو جعفر وشيبة ونافع" وَقَالَتْ هِيتَ لَكَ" بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء — Tafsir al-Qurtubi وقرأ أهل المدينة والشام: «هِيتَ» بكسر الهاء وفتح التاء — ...


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The view of the majority is that it is not permitted to recite the Quran (even without touching the mushaf) while in a state of greater ritual impurity which requires ghusl, such as in the state of Janaabah (sexual impurity). عن علي قال كان رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم يقرئنا القرآن على كل حال ما لم يكن جنبا قال أبو عيسى حديث علي هذا حديث حسن صحيح ...


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Yes its necessary to perform prostate because you are reciting the holy quran an following all the instructions and orders which is given to you by the Allah. So when prostate arrives in quran you have to stop & close the holy quran do prostate and starts reciting again.


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