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  1. Assalaamu ‘Alaikum,

    It’s amazing to learn something new everyday!
    JazakAllah Sister Fajr and Brother Muqeet.

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    Comment by OutspokenHijabi | April 3, 2012 | Reply

    • wa alaikumus salam wa rahmatullah. Thanks to sis Fajr, i just reblogged 🙂

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      Comment by MuQeet | April 3, 2012 | Reply

  2. I am really thankful to you. I am able to learn here by but back by your kind efforts. It’s really fruitful of an individual Muslim in order to learn the Holy Quran in easy way.

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    Comment by Manahil Fatima | April 4, 2012 | Reply

  3. Jazaakallahu khayr, beautiful!

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    Comment by Abu Fouzaan Qaasim | April 4, 2012 | Reply

  4. Assalaamu “alaikum

    The differenc between sanatun and “aamun is explained clearly and simply, in the following scholarly reference which I recommend every student and teacher of Arabic to obtain:

    The respected Shaykh Dr. V. Abdur Rahim’s extensive work on the lexical and grammatical explanation of the sacred chapter of Suurah Yuusuf, titled:

    المسعِف في لغةِ وإعرابِ سورة يوسف.

    Arabic-only.

    For detailed extracts from this masterpiece, please visit this page at the Shaykh’s new website:

    http://drvaniya.com/?page_id=1420

    Scroll down to :

    “In the Gardens of the Qur’aan:
    Suurah Yuusuf -With Lexical and Grammatical Notes”

    Wassalaam

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    Comment by arabic student | April 6, 2012 | Reply

    • Wa alaikumus salam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu.
      Jazakillah Khayr for sharing this important info, which will be definitely a source of benefit for all of us.
      Vassalam.

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      Comment by MuQeet | April 7, 2012 | Reply

      • Baarakallaahu fiik Brother Muqeet.

        The Shaykh’s website is a source of great benefit, wa l-Hamdu lillaah.

        A reminder to brothers and sisters here of the new site:

        http://www.DrVaniya.com

        All the best with your Qur’aanic Arabic studies, teachings and reflections.

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        Comment by arabic student | April 7, 2012 | Reply


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