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Arabic Grammar : Darsi

Sharh al-I\'rab an Qawaid al-I\'rab
Sharh al-I'rab an Qawaid al-I'rab
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Details:  Sharh al-I'rab an Qawaid al-I'rab : Arabic, New,
*[A4] Hardback - 373 pages,
Qawaid al-I'rab by Ibn Hisham al-Ansari [d.761h],
sharh by Muhammad bin Sulayman al-Kafiji [d.879h],
Published by Dar Ehya al-Tourath al-Arabi,
Beirut, Lebanon.

Description :

Sharh al-I'rab an Qawaid al-I'rab : This work is a commentary on Imam Ibn Hisham's, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, text regarding the rules of Arabic Grammar (Nahw). The sharh is by Shaykh Abu Abd'allah Muhammad bin Sulayman al-Kafaji, rahimahullah, [d.879h].

This publication : This is a decent Beirut print with two colour ink printed on white paper. Edited by Sheikh Ahmed Ajuw Inayat and by 'Ali Muhammad Mustafa. Contains extensive notes and references.

About the Author :

He is Allamah, al-Shaykh Abu Muhammad 'Abd Allah Jamal al-Din bin Ahmad bin 'Abd Allah bin Hisham al-Ansari. He was born in Egypt in the month of Dhul Quddah 708 Hijri, which is 1309 Common Era.  He quickly became a lover of knowledge from a young age and would sit with scholars and within the circles of study.

Shaykh al-Islam Imam Ibn Hajar al-Asqalani, rahmatullahi ta'ala 'alayhi, mentions him in his book al-Durar al-Kamina that he took knowledge from all the great scholars of his time such as Taj al-Tabrizi, Taj al-Fakahani, Shuhab ibn al-Marhal and Ibn Jama'ah. His students didn't become well known but however it was testified that a lot of scholars from Egypt took from him.

It is believed he wrote in excess of 28 titles or works in regards to Nahw, Sarf and Lughah, all being in the science of Arabic Grammar.

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*Dimensions : 24.5 x 17.2 x 2.4cm.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 23 November, 2019.