# Suhaib Webb – Reading Qalun Two Hamzas Kasra or Doma

The speaker discusses two hams and the importance of knowing the impact of a change due to spot rather than dropping it. They mention a discussion about the "wellays related" to a situation and how they will explain it later on. They then move on to discuss scenarios, focusing on the impact of a change due to " spot" rather than "wellays related" and the potential for reading with " spot" on the first scenario.
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Scenarios, we have 2 hams, but they are

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that's why sheikh, he says

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So we have

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or what do we do? He says,

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We make tasil. So for example,

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So the of the first, instead of dropping

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it, you make

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Another example,

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There's a long discussion about the muj related

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to this, but just remember this, that when

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the change is with

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then we observe

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for

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things we can explain later on, but just

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remember that when the change is due to

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When the change is due to

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like Remember that. So when the change to

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do to to see, you wanna read it

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with 4. It's preferred. It's better. When the

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change is due to is spot, you read

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it with

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that's

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preferred. Although you're allowed to do

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we'll talk about that in the future.

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So now we just took both scenarios, right?

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Number 1 is

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number 2,

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right? 3 scenarios.

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