PLQ: Plurals in the Quran
Delve into the finer points of Classical Arabic grammar and discover why the eloquence of the Qur’an is unprecedented and unmatched.The subjects covered in the course will be related predominately to Balagha (Rhetoric) and a basic understanding of Arabic grammar will be highly recommend.
In basic Arabic Grammar one is taught the 2 main types of plurals ( the sound and broken plurals). This course will cover plurals in great detail and give students a greater understanding of the profound meanings associated with Plurals. The topics covered will give one a much deeper understanding of both the meanings of different plural patterns along with understanding why the eloquence of the Qur’an is unprecedented and unmatched.
The course is based on a number of classical Arabic Grammar and Balagha texts including: Mughnee Al-labeeb, Sharh Ibn Aqeel, Al Itqan fi ‘ulum al Qur’an by Imam Al Suyooti, Idaah fil 'uloom Al Balgha by Al Qazweeni, Sharh Al mukhtasir A'la Talkhees Al miftaah by Al Taftazani, Tafseer Fath AL qadeer by Imam Showkani, Al Bahrul Muheet by Abu Hayyan, Tafseer Abu Saud, Al Tafseer al Kabeer by Sheikh Fakhar al deen Al Razi, Fathil Qadeer by Sheikh Muhammad Al Shawkani, , Kitaab Sibawayh, Lisan Al arab by Ibn Manthoor as well as the contemporary works of Ibn Ashoor and Dr Fadl Salih Alsamaraie.
We will be explaining the Quran challenge in great detail to demonstrate to students the miraculous nature of the Quranic language.