Penggunaan shahid Al-qur'ān dalam kitab sharh ibn caqīl dan sharh qatr Al-Nadā wa Bal Al-Sadā Bab Al-Marfuc Āt: Satu kajian bandingan

Translated title of the contribution: The application of shahid Al-Qur'aān In Sharh Ibn caqil and Sharh Qatr Al-Nadaā wa Bal Al-Sadaā: A comparative analysis

Zamri Rajab, Kaseh Abu Bakar

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The theory of Nahw al-Qur'an is an approach of using the Holy Quran as the main medium in teaching and learning of Arabic grammar. Some of the followers of this theory believe that the traditional Arabic scholars had emphasized only on Arabic prose and poetry in their efforts to compile Arabic grammar. Hence, the purpose of this research is to present the commitment of Ibn cAqil and Ibn Hisham, a prominent Arabic grammarian of Mamalik period, who introduced Quranic evidence (shahid) in Arabic grammar teaching practice. The research method used in this study is based on document analysis technique. This research analyzes the word shahid from a chapter named al- Marfuc at in two books known as Sharh Ibn cAqil written by Ibn cAqil and Sharh Qatr al- Nadā wa Bal Al-Sadā written by Ibn Hisham using the document analysis technique. The analyses concluded that both of them use the shahid effectively with the diverse patterns in the application of the shahid in the sole form or combination form with non-Quranic evidence, besides examples from the writers themselves. The study also shows that there are differences in the application of the shahid by both scholars. The differences indirectly showed that Ibn Hisham had been more committed to the Quran because he tended to use the shahid in the sole form and preferred the shahid over Arabic poetry. Overall, this research has successfully established that Ibn Hisham was amongst the traditional scholars who put prevalence of applying the Holy Quran over kalam al-cArab and this practice had elevated his status as the most acknowledged brilliant, without equal, Arabic grammar scholar.

Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)83-98
Number of pages16
JournalGEMA Online Journal of Language Studies
Volume11
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Keywords

  • Arab language
  • Mamalik
  • Shahid
  • Theory of Nahw al-Qur'an

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  • Language and Linguistics
  • Linguistics and Language

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