al-Salāmu ‘alaykum wa rahmatullāh,

Updates to the site may be slow for a little while, due to travelling.

Jazaakum Allaahu khayran for your patience.

15 responses to “Updates

  1. May Allah aid your journey, and guide your safe return.

    Ya Haqq!

  2. your cell-phone isn’t worky 😦

  3. salam.shaykh hamza mentioned that there is a type of arabic poetry which arabs used specifically to mock and ridicule their enemies. he said they were very good at it. do you know the name for ths type of poetry? i am tying to find more like it.

  4. wa alaykum assalam

    its called hijaa’ (هجاء)

  5. wow this is such an amazing site, masha-Allah. definitely useful for us aspiring arabic grammarians

  6. Wa ‘alaykum al-Salaam,

    Iriving, thank you.

    a, Abu Bakr has provided you with the answer, jazaahu Allaahu khayran.

    aishah, I hope you are able to make use of it.

  7. Sister Shoubaki,
    How would you rate al-Jurjani’s Israr-al-Balagah as a starting point for those who wish to learn and read about eloquence in Quran?

    Jazak Allah!

  8. assalamu alaykum. we await your return.

  9. Hope everything is well with you.

    JazakAllah for all your gems.

    “Good things come to those who wait”, we shall all wait…

  10. Salaam,

    I emailed you a suggestion for your website. Please check it as it will greatly improve your website without much effort.

  11. al-Salaamu ‘alaykum,

    Jazakum Allaahu khayran to everyone for their comments and emails. I’m a little more settled now so I will try to update more regularly in shaa’ Allaah, but I still do not have stable internet access, so please bear a little longer with any delays.

    sheepoo, Asrar al-Balaghah is a little technical, unless the person has a good understanding of the Arabic language already and is not going to be phased by difficult texts, I would rather recommend they choose a more contemporary introduction to 3ilm al-ma3aani, 3ilm al-bayaan and 3ilm al-badee3 that use Qur’anic examples. There are a number of them on the market especially throughout the Arab countries, and I find all of them a good starting point in terms of language and structure both.

  12. Assalamu’alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuhu,
    Next week I am going to Madinah as a one of medical doctor for assist Indonesian pilgrims.

  13. Dr. Alwi Shahab,

    Wa alaykum al-Salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuhu,

    Thank you for sharing that with us. We hope you had a safe and beneficial trip.

  14. Excellent work…

    May allah reward you for this

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