Poetry Lesson 8 : وَدِّعْ هريرة

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6 Responses to Poetry Lesson 8 : وَدِّعْ هريرة

  1. أم مجاهد says:

    فضيلة الشيخ – حفظكم الله وأحسنَ إليكم
    السلام عليكم
    أما بعد فما شاء الله.

    This dars is a gate to the gardens of علم العَروض.

    The dars contains many teasures.

    I greatly benefited from discovering the wisdom in studying pre-Islamic poetry. You present the case beautifully and corroborate it with Islaamic proofs.

    One of the grammatical treasures in the dars is the knowledge of اسم الجمع and how to treat it grammatically. I hastened to update my notes with this and appreciate how the points connect very logically to the notes in your courses: المسعِف في لغة وإعراب سورة يوسف، وسورة الحجرات.

    The بحر and fine anatomy of the couplet gives a non-Arab the experience of pure engrossment in classical poetry and its delicacies.

    جزاكم الله خيرا.

    أم مـجاهد

  2. no nMe says:

    I think it would be good if the Shaikh would continue this beautiful pattern of poetry study and prosody.

  3. fur-qaaan says:

    this is such a beauty!!!!!

  4. Abdul Hafeez Rabbani says:

    Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah Dr Sahib.

    Dr Sahib, I can construct small sentences in Arabic. What i find difficult to manage is long sentences.

    Can you please recommend some solutions/books that i can self study to improve my arabic. My interest is that some day Insha Allah I can recite classical arabic texts such as long Ahadeeth etc.

    May Allah bestow you a long blissful life so people of all walks of life can benefit from your abundant knowledge of the Arabic language.

    Wassalaamu Alaikum

    • dr.vaniya says:

      from Admin
      السلام عليكم ورحمة الله Brother

      If you have completed the 3 Madinah Books then the Shaykh would like you to start his graduate Arabic program.

      The books and courses on the graduate program develop and perfect Arabic reading, writing, comprehension, expression etc through exhaustive, in-depth study of Qur’aanic suurahs, aHaadiith (short and long narrations) and other weighty Arabic texts.

      Please visit the Advanced Library.

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