بَلَاغَةُ القُرْآنِ الكَرِيمِ بَيْنَ القِرَاءَةِ المُتَوَاتِرَةِ وَالقِرَاءَةِ الشَّاذَّةِ آيَاتٌ مِنْ سُورَةِ المَائِدَةِ أُنْمُوذَجًا
The eloquence of the Holy Qur’an between al-qirāʾaẗ al-mutawātiraẗ and al-qirāʾaẗ al-shāḏaẗ: Verses from sūraẗ al-māʾīdaẗ as an example
This research includes a comparison between the correct frequent reading and the abnormal reading in highlighting the meanings of the Noble Qur’an, the eloquence of its words, and the elegance of its systems. Through presenting several examples of the verses of Surat Al-Ma’idah, and studying its contexts and its different words in its reading, a difference appears in the meaning. This research was chosen because of the great service it contains for the Great Qur’an, and because the subject of recitations is one of the thorny topics that many people are obscure about, and because the subject of abnormal recitations is specifically a dangerous subject in which many people are immersed. The readings were defined linguistically and idiomatically, and their types were mentioned based on the conditions for accepting the reading, and the imams of the frequent readings and their narrators were introduced. A comparison was made between the two readings, theoretically and practically, which is the heart and core of the research. The research concluded a number of results. The most important of which is that the abnormal reading, as well as its characteristic, is anomalous, isolated, far from the eloquence of the Noble Qur’an, and that the difference between it and the frequent reading appears in a number of Arabic aspects. Such as actions and additions, and abstract and more, and movements, and the weights of derivatives and their meanings, and that the Holy Qur’an never ends with its wonders, and that it is preserved by God Almighty’s protection for it until the Day of Judgment; By harnessing the imams of the flags, they spend their lives in order to serve and preserve it.
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