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Syntax and Translation of the Holy Koran By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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The grammatical analysis in this book is based on the works of such grammarians as Zamakhchari, ‘Ukbari, and Ibn Nahhas. This book has furthermore received the support of Al-Azhar University's... More > General Department for Research, Writing, and Translation. The explanation of words in Arabic, has been taken from the Dictionary of the vocables of the Holy Koran, published by the Arabic Academy of Cairo in 1953. The definitions have been literally transcribed in order to exclude any useless controversy around the meaning of words. The English translation belongs to the British orientalist Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall (1930), considered, in spite of its polished language, as the most accurate among the hundreds of translations that subsequently followed.< Less
The Holy Koran - Syntax, Definitions of Terms and Translation of M. M. Pickthall [4 Volumes] By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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While seeking objectives similar to those achieved by such illustrious predecessors as ZAMAKXARI, and RUKBARI, this four volume book relies on modern technology in order to facilitate a reader's... More > quest for information. The tradition of transcribing koranic verses by hand was abandoned in favor of digitization. With regard to grammatical analysis, it has received, the written support of Al-Azhar University and the use of color, indicating various syntactic situations, has elsewhere been tried with success. The Definitions of words, have been written in English instead of Arabic as previously expressed in: “Syntax and Translation of the Holy Koran”. The English translation belongs to the great British orientalist Mohammed Marmaduke Pickthall (1930), which we consider, as most accurate among the hundreds of translations that subsequently followed.< Less
A Detailed Dictionary of the Holy Koran: Explanation of the Words in Arabic - Translation of the Verses in English By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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The purpose of this book is threefold: To represent Koranic verses in ordinary Arabic typography found among available fonts; to define words as they appear in their respective verses; and to align... More > the English translation below each of the verses in Arabic while respecting the position of each sentence. Among the many available translations known for the high level of their faithfulness to the original text, that of Habib Shakir was selected for its simple style and the correct choice of its terms. Definitions were otherwise taken from the “Dictionary of Terms in the Holy Koran,” edited by the Arabic Language Academy in Cairo.< Less
The Holy Koran - Definitions of Terms and Translation of M. H. Shakir By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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Extensive study of Koranic documents makes it evident that an ordinary reader undoubtedly faces a degree of difficulty in understanding the Koran. These problems are to be hopefully solved in all... More > four volumes of this book, which is a follows the previous: “A Detailed Dictionary of the Holy Koran.” In this book, Koranic verses are represented in available Arabic typography and digitized by the author rather than using the handwritten Ottoman style. Definitions of terms are written in English instead of Arabic and are taken from the “Dictionary of Terms in the Holy Koran,” published by the Arabic Language Academy in Cairo (1953). Among the many available translations known for the high level of their faithfulness to the original text, that of Habib Shakir was selected for its simple style and the correct choice of its terms.< Less
A Dictionary of Grammatical Analysis In Color from the Holy Koran By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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This dictionary offers a wide range of practical exercices in grammatical analysis to help the reader understand the process of endings in vowels (u) or (a) or (i) or (quiescence). All the examples... More > are taken from the Holy Koran with its a rich variety of situations of regularity, openness, reduction, elision and structure. These situations have been associated, by convention, to natural colors in order to shorten the grammatical description: Red for regularity, indicating: Agent, Pro-agent, Primate, Predicate; Blue for openness, indicating: Patients, Status, Distinctive and Exclusion; Green for reduction, indicating: Reduced Noun and Annexion; Violet for the Elision of the Conform Verb; Brown for the structure of Verbs; and yellow for the structure of Letters of signification. More than 2,000 verses, 5,000 sentences and 20,000 verbs are treated.< Less
The Future of Arabic Grammar: A Social Imperative By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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Are the integrity and existence of the Arabic language in danger? Are there cultural divides among Arabic speaking countries caused by the growing supremacy of the spoken over the written language?... More > Can Arabic grammar be reformed without compromising its age old syntax, which has enriched its literature? Should a proposed reform be implemented, what legal authority would have the power of implementation and control? Must delays be foreseen in the implementation of such a program? Such are the questions for which this book's author attempts to provide answers, solutions, and justifications.< Less
Explanation of Ibn Malik's Poetic Millenary By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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This book, entirely in Arabic, is a tribute to the famous grammarian, Jamal El Din Ibn Malik, born in Andalusia, in 1220. Ibn Malik conceptualized Arabic Grammar in a poem made of 1002 verses and... More > organized, in a concise process, the sequence of Arabic rules. His "Poetic Millenary" was a must, in the historic schools of the Arab world, until the twentieth century. In writing this book, four principles were taken into consideration: 1) Highlighting every single verse at the top of the page; 2) Drawing a graphic diagram that represents the subject matter being taught; 3) Explaining the verse that refers to classical grammar rules; and 4) Selecting appropriate examples from the Holy Koran. Many previous grammarians have explained Ibn Malik’s poetry, this book is the most recent such attempt.< Less
Traduction Magistrale du Saint Coran (Arabe-Français) By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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Ce livre se propose de réaliser les objectifs suivants: 1. Rédaction des Versets Sacrés a l’aide d’un traitement de texte numérique. La calligraphie ottomane... More > ancienne a été donc remplacée par une typographie moderne. 2. Explication de la majorité des vocables en langue Française. L’explication des vocables se réfère d’une manière complète et détaillée au “Dictionnaire des Vocables du Saint Coran” édité par la République Arabe Egyptienne, Académie de la Langue Arabe, Le Caire 1953. 3. Présentation d’une traduction complète du Saint Coran en langue Française. C’est une traduction nouvelle des Versets Sacrés, qui figure pour la première fois dans ce livre; elle s’appuie sur les sens des mots tels qu’ils sont enregistrés dans le “Dictionnaire des Vocables du Saint Coran” sans qu’elle en soit une traduction littérale.< Less
The Future of Arabic Grammar: A Social Imperative By Abou Fares El-Dahdah
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Are the integrity and existence of the Arabic language in danger? Are there cultural divides among Arabic speaking countries caused by the growing supremacy of the spoken over the written language?... More > Can Arabic grammar be reformed without compromising its age old syntax, which has enriched its literature? Should a proposed reform be implemented, what legal authority would have the power of implementation and control? Must delays be foreseen in the implementation of such a program? Such are the questions for which this book's author attempts to provide answers, solutions, and justifications.< Less