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-**Uthmani Minimal** is a variant of [[Uthmani]] text from which extra diacritics and non-necessary symbols are removed. This text has arguably the minimum number of diacritics and symbols needed to read quran correctly. While the script of this text is exactly the same as the Uthmani text, this text has on average 175 diacritics/​symbols per page less than its equivalent in Madina Mushaf which makes it pretty cleaner and easier to read.+**Uthmani Minimal** is a variant of [[Uthmani]] text from which extra diacritics and non-necessary symbols are removed. This text has arguably the minimum number of diacritics and symbols needed to read Quran correctly. While the script of this text is exactly the same as the Uthmani text, this text has on average 175 diacritics/​symbols per page less than its equivalent in Madina Mushaf which makes it pretty cleaner and easier to read.
  
 ===== Differences to Uthmani Text ===== ===== Differences to Uthmani Text =====
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 The unnecessary diacritics and symbols removed from Uthmani text to reach this minimal text are as follows: The unnecessary diacritics and symbols removed from Uthmani text to reach this minimal text are as follows:
  
-  * Short vowels before long vowels, like <​code>​خَالِدُونَ</​code> ​=> <​code>​خالِدونَ</​code>​+  * Short vowels before long vowels, like ''​خَالِدُونَ'' ​=> ''​خالِدونَ''​
-  * Sukun, like <​code>​كُنْتُمْ</​code> ​=> <​code>​كُنتُم</​code>​+  * Sukun, like ''​كُنْتُمْ'' ​=> ''​كُنتُم''​
-  * Small sad above hamza_wasla,​ like <​code>​ٱللَّهَ</​code> ​=> <​code>​اللَّهَ</​code>​+  * Small sad above hamza_wasla,​ like ''​ٱللَّهَ'' ​=> ''​اللَّهَ''​
-  * Small circle showing non-read letters, like <​code>​قَالُواْ</​code> ​=> <​code>​قالوا</​code>​, and <​code>​أُوْلَٰئِكَ</​code> ​=> <​code>​أُولٰئِكَ</​code>​+  * Small circle showing non-read letters, like ''​قَالُواْ'' ​=> ''​قالوا''​, and ''​أُوْلَٰئِكَ'' ​=> ''​أُولٰئِكَ''​
-    * Note 1: Ambiguities are resolved by two simple rules: any ending alef after waw, and any waw between ​<​code>​أُ</​code> ​and lam are non-read. +    * Note 1: Ambiguities are resolved by two simple rules: any ending alef after waw, and any waw between ​''​أُ'' ​and lam are non-read. 
-    * Note 2: In some unusual cases in Uthmani text, like <​code>​جِاْيءَ</​code>​, the small circle is kept to indicate that the letter is extra. +    * Note 2: In some unusual cases in Uthmani text, like ''​جِاْيءَ''​, the small circle is kept to indicate that the letter is extra. 
-  * Shadda showing Idgham, like <​code>​لَكُمْ مّا</​code> ​=> <​code>​لَكُم ما</​code>​+  * Shadda showing Idgham, like ''​لَكُمْ مّا'' ​=> ''​لَكُم ما''​
-  * Small meem showing Ighlab, like <​code>​مِنۢ بَعْدِ</​code> ​=> <​code>​مِن بَعدِ</​code>​+  * Small meem showing Ighlab, like ''​مِنۢ بَعْدِ'' ​=> ''​مِن بَعدِ''​
-  * Madda, like <​code>​جَآءَ</​code> ​=> <​code>​جاءَ</​code>​+  * Madda, like ''​جَآءَ'' ​=> ''​جاءَ''​
-  * Small yeh and small waw after pronoun heh, like <​code>​بِهِۦ</​code> ​=> <​code>​بِهِ</​code>​, and <​code>​لَهُۥ</​code> ​=> <​code>​لَهُ</​code>​.+  * Small yeh and small waw after pronoun heh, like ''​بِهِۦ'' ​=> ''​بِهِ''​, and ''​لَهُۥ'' ​=> ''​لَهُ''​.
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