This is a discussion on al-madaris al-nahwiya within the Arabic forums, part of the Learning Zone category; assalamu alaykum, i've uploaded the book "al-madaris al-nahwiya" by the late shawqi dhayf (rahimahullah). it is very interesting as it ...
- 16th July 2008 #1
i've uploaded the book "al-madaris al-nahwiya" by the late shawqi dhayf (rahimahullah). it is very interesting as it discusses the history of nahw and it's development, the different schools of thoughts, the differences between them and the kibaar imaams. this is definitely your thing if you love nahw and sarf!
you can download it here.
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- 16th July 2008 #2
I’ve always found it interesting how we have madhaahib in nahw, and people never object to ‘blind following’ one of them!
I was reading about the wonderful Imam al-Khaleel b. Ahmad al-Faraaheedi rahimahullah and his outstanding contributions to the language the other day. Sufyaan ath-Thawri rahimahullah said of him: (من أحب أن ينظر إلى رجل خلق من الذهب والمسك، فلينظر إلى الخليل بن أحمد)!
Last edited by Yasir; 16th July 2008 at 10:13 AM.أنا الفقير إلى رب البريات
أنا المسيكين فى مجموع حالاتى
(شيخ الاسلام ابن تيمية)
- 16th July 2008 #3
Once again, barakallahu feeki hearandobey! Sounds like an excellent read, I've always wanted to hear the major differences between the schools, and the classes really showed how what we are usually taught in certain issues is not really the opinion of the jamhoor!وَآخِرُ دَعْوَاهُمْ أَنِ الْحَمْدُ لِلَّهِ رَبِّ الْعَالَمِينَ
"... And the last of their call will be, "Praise be to Allah, Lord of the worlds." [10:10]
Imam Malik (rh): “Do not look to the sins of people as if you are Lords, but look to your own sins as if you are slaves. Have mercy on the people of affliction and praise Allah for your well-being, and never say, ‘This person is from the people of Hellfire, and this person is from the people of Paradise.’ Do not be arrogant over the sinners, but rather ask Allah to grant them hidayah and rashad (i.e. guidance).”
- 16th July 2008 #4
amazing isn't it? the author mentions how imam sibawayh in particular had an amazing manhaj, he was called the qur'an of nahw! sounds a bit like the ibn taymiyah of nahw to me lol.
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lol and who loves nahw and sarf maybe someone from an other planet.
- 6th October 2008 #9
If arabic was a woman I would marry her anyday. I never seen a language more interesting, amazing, beautiful then Arabic. Guess I must be from another world.
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- 3 Weeks Ago #10
Re: al-madaris al-nahwiya
I wantend to start a thread about this, but then I found this one.
Here's a new link:
http://ia700605.us.archive.org/0/items/waq8696/8696.pdfرَبَّنَآ ءَاتِنَا مِن لَّدُنكَ رَحْمَةً وَهَيِّىءْ لَنَا مِنْ أَمْرِنَا رَشَدًا