Welcome to Arabic 207: Arabic Analysis of Surah al-Faatihah
This is a linguistic study, breakdown & exegeses of Surah al-Faatihah.
This is course focused on providing a detailed Arabic analysis and Tafsir of the first chapter of the Quran that is recited and memorized by every Muslim.
In this course, we will break down the chapter verse by verse, word by word. We will do so by studying the vocabulary in each verse and specific word choice therein. We will also derive essential grammar, morphology (Sarf) and Balaagha principles, theme analysis, and benefits from each verse, with finally an analysis of the overall meaning (which will also include benefits in Aqeedah, Hadith and Usul al-Fiqh) provided by scholars of Tafsir.
This course is suitable for BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE, & ADVANCED levels. Students should be able to read Quran, however, it is not mandatory.
By Allah’s permission, students at the end of the course will:
-Understand Surah al-Faatihah as explained by the scholars of Tafsir
-Be able to recognize how grammar, sarf, balaagha rules are applied to these chapters – extremely beneficial for students currently in our Arabic 301, 310, and 311 courses
-Develop love and connection with this short chapter in length, but heavy in meaning
-Recite and reflect over this chapter with meaning and contemplation
-Truly understand the beauty of the Quran and why every Aayah آية (verse) is an Aayah آية (sign)!
5 sessions (3 videos)
These were originally live classes taught at a Masjid that were recorded. The recordings are available on demand; that means you will be able to view all of the classes at your own convenience.
This course also comes with a study guide book for registered students. It will be sent after registration.
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Abu Awzaa’ee Abdus-Salaam, Umm al-Quraa University in Makkah
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