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Muqadimah Jazariyah

Muqadimah Jazariyah

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Date(s) - 02/08/2021
7:15 pm - 8:45 pm

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About this Event

Sheikh Issarar Hussain Al Azhari after completing A levels in Philosophy, Psychology, Biology and Religious Studies, he studied the traditional Nizamiya curriculum of the Islamic Sciences under the guidance of Shaykh Muhammad Imdad Hussain Pirzada for 6 years, graduating with Ijaza in the Islamic Sciences, specialising in the Hanafi Jurisprudence.

Following this he pursued studies in the famous Masjid Al Azhar with the scholars of Al Azhar in the subjects of Hadith, comparative Islamic Law and Qur’an. He received Ijaza in various recitations of the Qur’an, Hadith disciplines and theology.

About Imam al-Jazari :

He is Sham al-Din Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Jazari, rahmatullahi ta’ala ‘alayhi. He was a scholar born on the 25th of Ramadhan in Damascus in 751AH who went on to become a master in Qir’at, Tajweed, Hadith, History and Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh).

Some have noted over 90 different works in the different sciences from the Imam, yet his most famous work is the poem translated herein. He was also known as al-Shaykh al-Qurra.

Outline and contents of course:

The Introduction,

——Makharij and Sifaat,

——Places and Methods of Stoppage,

——Uthmani Script,

——Attached and Detached Words,

——The Letter Ta of Feminine.

—Makharij – Points of Articulation,

—–The Number of Arabic Letters,

—–Makharij of the 29 Letters,

———The First Makhraj; Al-Jawf,

————Note.

——–The Second Makhraj; Aqsal Halq,

——–The Third Makhraj; Wastul Halq,

——–The Fourth Makhraj; Adnal Halq,

——The Tongue,

——The Teeth,

——The Upper Palate of the Mouth,

——–The Fifth Makhraj; Aqsal Lisan and Al-Hanak ul-Lahmi,

——–The Sixth Makhraj; Aqsal Lisan and Al-Hanak ul-Lahmi, (Makhraj of the Qaf),

——–The Seventh Makhraj; Wast al-Lisan and Al-Hanak al-A’zmi,

——–The Eighth Makhraj; The Left or Right Side of Haafat al-Lisan & Al-Adbras,

——–The Ninth Makhraj; From the Left Side of Adna Hafat il-Lisan & until the Right Side of Adna Hafat il-Lisan and the Gums of the Upper Teeth,

——–The Tenth Makhraj; Taraf al-Lisan and the Lithah (gums) of the Upper Teeth,

———-The Difference Between the Makhraj of Laam and Nun,

——–The Eleventh Makhraj; Taraf al-Lisan and the Lithah (gums) of the Upper Teeth,

———–Note,

———–Note,

——–The Twelfth Makhraj; Taraf al-Lisan and the Roots of the Upper Thanaayaa’,

——–The Thirteenth Makhraj; Ra’s al-Lisan and the Lower Thanaayaa’,

——–The Fourteenth Makhraj; Ra’s al-Lisan & the Edge of the Upper Thanaayaa (Incisors),

——–The Fifteenth Makhraj; Inside of the Lower Lip connected with the Edge of the Upper Thanaayaa’ (Incisors),

——–The Sixteenth Makhraj; Both Lips,

——–The Seventeenth Makhraj; Khayshum (Nasal Cavity),

—Did You Know ?

—Sifaat – Attributes of Letters,

——The Permanent Attributes that have Opposites,

——–The First Sifah (Al-Jahr),

——–The Second Sifah (Al-Rikhawah),

——–The Third Sifah (Al-Jahr),

——–The Fourth Sifah (Al-Infitah),

——–The Fifth Sifah (Al-Ismaat),

—The Opposites,

——The Opposite of Jahr (Al-Hams),

——The Opposite of Rikhawah (Ash-Shiddah),

——The Opposite of Istifal (Al-Isti’la),

——The Opposite of Infitah (Al-Ithaaq),

——The Opposite of Ismaat (Al-Izlaaq),

—Summary (Table) of the Permanent Sifaat with Opposites,

—Permanent Attributes that don’t have Opposites

——–The First Sifah (As-Safeer),

——–The Second Sifah (Al-Qalqalah),

———–The Three Levels of Qalqalah,

————–1. Qalqalah Sughra,

————–2. Qalqalah Kubra,

————–3. Qalqalah Akbar,

——–The Third Sifah (Al-Leen),

——–The Fourth Sifah (Al-Inbiraaf),

——–The Fifth Sifah (At-Takreer),

——–The Sixth Sifah (At-Tafash-shi),

——–The Seventh Sifah (Al-Istitalah),

—Letter Comparisons (Tables).

—Tajweed,

——Importance of Tajweed,

——–Major mistakes; Al-Lahn ul-Jaliyy,

——Did You Know ?

—Tafkhim, Tarqiq and Some Important Points,

——Tarqiq and Tafkhim,

——The Alif,

——The Hamzah,

——The Laam,

——The Mim and Ba,

——The Qualities of Shiddah and Jahr,

——The Levels of Qalqalah,

———1. Clear Qalqalah,

———2. Clearer Qalqalah,

———3. Exaggerated Qalqalah,

——The Ha,

——The Seen,

——Reminder.

—The Letter Ra,

——The Dispute in Tarqiq,

——Takrir of Ra,

——Reminder.

—The Letter Laam and Various Rules,

——The Laam of Allah,

——Levels of Isti’la,

——Types of Idgham,

——Common Mistakes.

—Idgham of Mutamaathilayn and Mutajaanisayn,

——Table where Idgham is not done, Example and Reason,

——Did You Know ?

—The Letter Dhad and Zha,

—Dhad and Zha,

—The Difference in Sifaat,

—The Difference in Makhraj,

—The Difference in Writing,

—Zha in the Qur’an,

——Tables of related words used in the Qur’an al-Karim,

———Note,

——Additional Tables and Examples,

—Did You Know?

—Advices,

——Example Table.

—Nun and Mim Mushaddadatayn and Mim Sakinah,

——Ghunnah,

——Ikhfaa Shafawiy,

——Izhaar Shafawiy,

——Idgham al-Mithlayn as-Saghir,

—Important Qur’anic Supplications.

—Nun Sakinah and Tanween,

——Izhaar,

——Idgham,

——Iqlaab,

——Ikhfaa.

—Madd,

——The Translation,

——Three Main Types of Madd ; Diagram,

——Introduction into the next section.

—Knowing Where to ‘Stop’ and ‘Start,’

——Types of Waqf : Diagrams,

——1. Al-Waqf al-Kafi,

——2. Al-Waqf al-Hasan,

——Diagram,

——Waqf Taam,

——Waqf Kaafi,

——Waqf Hasan,

——Waqf Qabih (Idhtirari),

—Detached and Attached Words,

——Note,

——Examples and Diagrams,

——Recitation Practice.

—Taa,

——The Ta of Feminine,

——Waqf,

——Recitation Practice.

—Hamzat ul-Wasl,

——Hamzat ul-Wasl,

——Hamzat ul-Wasl in Verbs,

——Hamzat ul-Wasl in Nouns,

——Recitation Practice.

—Waqf,

——Important Terminology,

———Rawm,

———Ishmaam,

———Explanation in the Form of a Diagram,

——Recitation Practice.

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