• Muthanna Yousif Hamada Amin



Our research is considered one of the studies that deal with the grammatical aspect of the Quranic text during its interpretation. In it, we seek to find many grammatical findings that compose grammatical issues abound in the interpretation of al- Sha'rawi, because of the issues that relied on the grammatical rule and the link between the phenomenon of parsing and the meaning in addition to what is specific to the science of interpretation of the pillars that depend mainly on the external connotation, the context and the cause of descent. I found in the interpretation of al-Sha'rawi parsing phenomena that we tried to root by referring to the ancient and modern sources of Arabic grammar. It was necessary to read the most important books of Qur’anic readings and explain their relationship to the grammatical direction of Qur’anic texts. We did not miss to talk about the life of our great scholar Sheikh Mohammad Metwalli al-Sha'rawi (May Allah be merciful to him who is considered to be at the forefront of the commentators in the modern era because of his sober language and mentality characterized by intelligence and an Islamic personality to it its weight in the Arab and Islamic worlds, and the most important feature of our scholar is his simplicity and relegation of his language to the simple man and talking to him in the vernacular language if required, to convey the meaning and idea of the text, including its grammatical and linguistic directions presenting through that the various Quranic readings and opinions of the grammarians on the one issue as well as morphological aspects of vocabularies and their meanings. The study adopted the analytical method for Al-Shaarawi’s views; the Qur’anic verses were presented as mentioned in the Tafsir and the Noble Qur’an. The suggested research plan that we start with the introduction in which we explained the reasons for choosing the topic and its importance, then we moved to the study's topics, so we began by defining the concept of grammatical guidance in the language and idiomatically and its relationship to the Qur’anic readings, where we stood by a definition of language and term.

Then we talked about Al-Shaarawi’s position on the Qur’anic readings and his definition of it, mentioning the conditions of correct reading in three points that he did not differ from those who preceded him from the commentators, then we dealt in detail with his grammatical views according to the Qur’anic readings only that for the requirements of the research method. So we started by talking about breaking Hamza (that) and its  Fatha it, establishing the conditions for opening and breaking it according to what was mentioned by the early grammarians, representing  Al-Shaarawi’s opinion on the issue, then we talked about a group of issues in which they differed according to the readings, indicating the opinion of our Sheikh and the opinions of the grammarians in its parsing, and we had a conversation about grammatical issues related to Qur’anic verses had a large share of grammatical opinions that were disputed through the parsing guidance to them, such as the Almighty’s saying ((These two are two sorcerers)) in the conclusion of the research the results came for us to put in the hands of students of Arabic language sciences and students to benefit from them, hoping that our work will be a humble effort in the service of the Holy Quran and the Arabic language.


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2020-11-03 — Updated on 2020-11-12


How to Cite

Muthanna Yousif Hamada Amin. (2020). GRAMMATICAL GUIDANCE FOR QUR’ANIC READINGS IN TAFSIR AL-SHA’RAWI BOOK. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 746-760. (Original work published November 3, 2020)