Online Qur’an Reading and Meaning

Learn Surah al-Humazah with Tajweed Online Qur’an reading is a modern way of worship which deploys the power of information technology. A Muslim reads and learns the Qur’an to strengthen his bond with his creator from the Aqeedah aspect of […]

The Qur’anic Orthography

The Qur’anic orthography refers to the spellings, signs, and symbols used in the Quran but not in normal Arabic writing. The Elements of a Typical Qur’anic Page الرَّسْمُ العُثْمَانِيُّ (the Uthmanic text/codex) : This is the consonantry text without the […]

The Arabic Parts of Speech

The Arabic parts of speech are three in number: Noun ( ٌاِسْم) Verb (ٌفِعْل) and Particle (ٌحَرْف) The pronouns, the relative pronouns, and the demonstrative pronouns are all known as ٌاِسْم in the Arabic language. A typical Arabic sentence may […]

The Relative Pronoun ”الَّذِي”

The relative Pronoun “who” is written as  “الذي” in the Arabic language. This, like the demonstrative pronoun, has the feminine, the masculine, the dual and the plural forms. Here are some examples of sentences illustrating the use of the singular […]

The Pronouns

Pronouns are words used instead of nouns and are used the same way in both the Arabic and the English Languages. For example, in introducing my self, I would say ” ُاِسْمِي سَوْدَة” which mean “my name is Saodat“. Then […]

The Arabic Possessive Pronouns

A possessed pronoun in the Arabic language is attached to its possessor as a single word. The noun (ie the possessor) in this state becomes definite like a noun preceded by “ال” and therefore discards its tanween. When the object(كتاب) […]