The word just shows up once in Sūrah Ghāfir. When Ibn al-Jazarī clarifies, one ought not to follow the second or rearward right now with a level tā'. Ibn al-Jazarī alludes as far as possible of the past section of Sūrah Ghāfir, where this word is found.
The word when it shows up with is composed with a level tā' This is just one spot in the Qur'ān, Sūrah al-Qasas. Any place else it appears it will be composed with a round tā', like In Sūrah al-Furqān and Sūrah al-Sajdah Muqaddimah al jazariyyah
By constraining it to Sūrah al-Wāqi˘ah, any place else it takes after in the Qur'ān, it will be composed with a round tā', as in Sūrah al-Furqān and Sūrah al-Shu˘ārā.' Ibn al-Jazarī has not indicated where it shows up since it shows up just once in the Qur'ān, in Sūrah al-Rūm.
Some have condemned Ibn al jazariyyah for not characterizing which he is alluding to since it also comes in Sūrah al-Baqarah and some other time in Sūrah Hūd. Be that as it may, the last two spots, being munawwan are barred from our examination since they are not attached (mudāf) towards anything, and in this way always composed with a round tā'.
It shows up just once in the Qur'ān, is composed with a level tā', in Sūrah al-Tahrīm. Any place else it appears it will be with a round tā', as in Sūrah alToubah and Sūrah al-Fath.
The word just emerges once in Sūrah al-A˘rāf. When Ibn alJazarī makes reference to, he shows regarding where it shows up in the sūrah, as he has done when he states.
By including the condition, Ibn al-Jazaria prohibits all different spots where it shows up in the Qur'ān, as in Sūrah Tāhā and Sūrah alSāffāt in all the spots of Sūrah Fātir the word will be tended to with a level tā − it is also composed with a level tā' in Sūrah al-Anfāl.
In Mourid al-Tham'ān, al-Kharrāz has expressed ikhtilāf in some masāhif it was composed with a level tā' and in others with a round tā.' He shows that Abū Dāwūd Sulaymān ibn Najāh has
the offered choice to it being composed with a round tā' in his book alTanzīl, while Abū ˘Amr al-Dānī makes reference to the distinction without offered inclination to any of the two conclusions ijazah in al jazariyyah.
Most educators have offered inclination to it being composed with a level tā'. They include Imam Shātibī in his ˘Aqīlah, Ibn al-jazariyah by just referencing it is composed with a level tā', Al-Safāqusī,152 Ahmad alBannā al-Dimyātī among others.15