I have some questions regarding the valid ways according to Islam of how to recite Quran.i have read a bit on this, but these are my questions:
1. Among the differences is sometimes a vowel is changed in a word when reciting Quran in different ways. So if a word in the Quran reads as "salam" does this mean that the "s" or "l" or "m" can be changed to a different letter and this is valid? Is this ever valid for any word.in the Quran?
2. In the mushaf I have for example, all the letters are written of all the Divine Words of Quran. So do different recitational ways imply that the letters of the words in.Quran can be changed? What changes are not permissible? I would assume making any changes to non vowel letters is haram?
3. Due to the different ways of reciting Quran, does it mean that the order of letters of the words in the Quran can be changed? For example if the word 'salam' can be read as something else by moving around vowels or non vowels? Is this valid?
I dont think any of this stuff I mentioned is valid or corect. I ask because I am just trying to understand and not have some aqeedah problem on accident, without.any bad intention.
I would assume that for all the words in the Quran, saying a non vowel letter a different way than is written in mushaf is not allowed. I would also assume that recitational differences dont imply one can just move around.certain letters of.certain words in Quran.
I cannot ask anyone locally so I am asking you, my brothers and sisters. Please dont ignore the question and plz answer the questions. Allah will reward you greatly insha Allah.