Arabic 210: Arabic Analysis of Quranic Paragons/Parables

Welcome to Arabic 210: Arabic Analysis of Quranic Paragons/Parables

This is a linguistic study, breakdown & exegeses of Parables mentioned in the Quran.

Description of the Course:

In this course, students will analyze 30 parables mentioned in the Qur’an. We will learn the intent behind each parable, break down its grammar structure, learn the reason behind specific word choices, see the true beauty of the Quran and its usage of Balaagha (Rhetoric), provide an in-depth tafsir of each verse, and much more. At the end of the course, students will have the necessary tools in order to analyze and understand any parable mentioned in the Qur’an (by Allah’s permission).

Why Should You Learn This Subject?

Scholars have mentioned that this is one the greatest sciences within the Quran. Some of the Pious Predecessors (as-Salaf as-Saalih) would test a person’s knowledge based on these parables. If they were able to answer, then they were seen as a scholar.

If not, they would weep because of Allah’s statement (what can be translated to mean),

“And these parables We present to the people, but none will understand them except those of knowledge.” (29:43)

This shows the importance of these noble verses and why we should spend our time learning it.

📝 Prerequisites: Must be able to read the Quran.

🕰 Course Duration: 25 classes.

🖥 These classes were originally taught live and recorded during Fall 2017. Students will view the recordings and complete the course at their own pace

📌 There are gender separated private telegram groups where students will be able to ask questions and submit homework

💵 Course fee: $40 USD = $1.60 per class. (Kindly include your name and telegram number with country code in the notes section. Or contact us to confirm payment via whatsapp/telegram)

🖋 Instructor: Abu Awzaa’ee Abdus-Salaam, Umm al-Quraa University 🕋



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