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In the Name of God بسم الله
Ibn Al-Shahid

Pronunciation of Takbir

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Few days back I asked Imam e Jamat of Imam e Zamana Mosque Haider Road Islampura Lahore about this issue. My exact question was "Is it Allahu Akbar or Allaho Akbar". He said both are correct but "Allahu Akbar" is more appropriate because its Arabic accent while "Allaho Akbar" is Persian accent.

 

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11 minutes ago, AkhiraisReal said:

during adhan and iqama do you say Allah Akbar or Allahu Akbar. can you say both?

Salam you can say the both because both of them have similar meaning but with different accents.

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20 minutes ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Salam you can say the both because both of them have similar meaning but with different accents.

Only one of them is correct and that is Allahu Akbar.

The dhamma on the haa of Allah is grammatically important to convey the correct meaning of the phrase.

According to the rules of I'raab, the word Allah is marfoo'  because it is the subject and therefore takes a dhamma at the end.

In English they would call it a nominative noun, if I am not mistaken. 

You can find a brief overview here: Link

Wallahu a'lam 

Edited by Mahdavist

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37 minutes ago, AkhiraisReal said:

so which is the correct accent.

it driven from Arabic but they also say it in different accents of Arabic 

 

41 minutes ago, Mahdavist said:

Only one of them is correct and that is Allahu Akbar.

The dhamma on the haa of Allah is grammatically important to convey the correct meaning of the phrase.

According to the rules of I'raab, the word Allah is marfoo'  because it is the subject and therefore takes a dhamma at the end.

In English they would call it a nominative noun, if I am not mistaken. 

You can find a brief overview here: Link

Wallahu a'lam 

in this link doesn't talk about changing of meaning & only talks about position of words if you listen to Azans from different countries you will hear that they pronounce it with different I'raab  but all of them same meaning .

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