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Download `Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Books

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All three `Arabîyyah Bayna Yadayk books are now available for download and can be accessed in The Library or Course Material page.  Click here for a direct link.

Vocabulary of The Qur’an

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The course/book, 80% of Qur’anic Words was written by Dr. Abdulazeez Abdulraheem, may Allâh reward him with good.  The objective is assist the seeker in understanding the Qur’ân through the memorisation of an array of the vocabulary therein.  Bear in mind, the course doesn’t really teach you any grammar or morphology (you may pick some up through the memorisation and patterns), nor does it teach you how to use certain words, it’s all about memorising words and drilling them into your brain, in order to understand the Qur’ân.  The last set of pages cover some verb conjugation which seemed pretty useful too.

Having said that, understanding the Qur’ân is our main and primary objective for which we study the Arabic language.  So while we may be put off in that this course is not in-depth or comprehensive, it shouldn’t be difficult to memorise a page a day.  Perhaps by doing so you will understand the Qur’ân more than you will in spending the same amount of time through the pursuit of a more popular Arabic course.

Of course, we all have our preferences and our long and short-term goals.  If a short-term goal of yours is to increase khushû` in prayer and to understand the Qur’ân as it is recited, have a look at this book.  If it is for you then alhamdulillâh, if not then again, alhamdulillâh.

80% of Qur’anic Vocabulary

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 3 Audios

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These are the last of the audio files for the Bayna Yadayk series.

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 3 – Chapters 1-4

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 3 – Chapters 5-8

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 3 – Chapters 9-12

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 3 – Chapters 13-16

Audios for book one: Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 1 Audios

Audios for book two: Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 2 Audios

English Translation of Al-Ajurrumiyyah

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Simplifying Al-Âjurrûmîyyah is basically an English translation of Al-Âjurrûmiyyah.  It should assist and play as a useful backup for those of us who may struggle with some words and phrases.  The translator is Abul-Layth Qasim ibn Aggrey Mutiva, may Allâh reward him with good.

Simplifying Al-Âjurrûmîyyah

More Lessons on Al-Ajurrumiyyah

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Shaykh Muhammad Al-Malikî (Jeddah, KSA) has taught Al-Âjurrûmiyyah in English.  There are around 100 lessons/files, with an additional number of revision and exam preparation lectures, which seem to be in Arabic.  Please mind the annoying adverts as the brother who uploaded this (may Allâh reward him and the Shaykh) is hosting his files at esnips.com.

Al-Âjurrûmiyyah English Durûs – Shaykh Al-Malikî

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 2 Audios

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I’ve completed the audio upload for book two of the Bayna Yadayk series.

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 2 – Chapters 1-4

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 2 – Chapters 5-8

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 2 – Chapters 9-12

Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Audios – Book 2 – Chapters 13-16

For book one audios see the post: Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 1 Audios

For book one audios see the post: Arabiyyah Bayna Yadayk Book 3 Audios

Lessons on Tuhfah As-Saniyyah

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Yet more from Shaykh Raslân…  A brother told me that the Shaykh has lessons on Tuhfah As-Saniyyah, a rather popular explanation of Al-Âjurûmiyyah, so I dug them up.  The author’s is Muhammad Muhyî Ad-Dîn `Abd Al-Hamîd and his book is the best explanation of Al-Âjurûmiyyah I have yet seen.  But it isn’t the most basic, which is why you find that this explanation itself, has been ‘explained’.  The series is called Taysîr An-Nahw and can be accessed from the following link.  Again, the series is available in both audio and video formats, and is in Arabic.

Taysîr An-Nahw