Poetry Lesson 3: أعزّ مكانٍ

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5 Responses to Poetry Lesson 3: أعزّ مكانٍ

  1. Maryam says:

    Assalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh yaa faDiilata s-Shaykh, HafiZakumullah

    Jazaakumullaahu khair dear Shaykh for yet another absolutely beautiful lesson. Arabic poetry is really amazing mashaa Allaah. The part that said ‘And the best companion to sit with is a book’ is something all of us can identify with and is so utterly true! And alhamdulillaah, I was even more amazed at how easy the lesson was to understand after studying all your beneficial points of vocab and grammar. I can’t wait to study the next poem!

    May Allaah grant you Jannat al Firdaws.

    Wasalaamu alaykum wa Rahmatullaahi wa Barakaatuh faDiilata s-Shaykh.

  2. Mohsin says:

    In some places the Ad Dunna is written with Alif Maqsurah (Ya without dots)
    Is there a reason or are they making a mistake?

    Jazakallah Khairan. Your lessons are extrememly beneficial.

    • Mohsin says:

      Assalaam Alaikum

      Jazkallah Khairan for the reply.

      I humbly request the Sheikh, when he gets a chance for more lessons in Poetry. The lessons are very helpful.

  3. sultanempire says:

    Dear Sir…, Assalaamu Alaikum…, May Allah Give You and Your Family and your partners The best Reward for your Great works…

    Assalaamu Alaikum….

  4. Mohammad says:

    Thank you very much for this lesson ya Sheikhanaa.

    Hafidhakoum Allahou and all of your relatives.

    Ramadan moubarak

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