Sharh (Explanation) of Alfiyyah Ibn Maalik- by Imaam Muhammad Ibn Saaleh Al- Uthaymeen (rahimahullaah). Publisher: Maktabah Ar-Rushd. Explanations for Alfiyyah ibn Malik. By Keys To Knowledge @K2KNYC After seeing the Shaatibee explanation I bought earlier in the week, some have. Alfiya (Q). No description defined. Alfiyah; Alfiya Ibn Malik. edit 0 references. Commons category. Explanation of Alfiya Ibn Malik. 0 references.

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Arabic Wikisource has original text related to this article: Retrieved from ” https: Pages to import images to Wikidata Inn containing Arabic-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October In summary, alfjyyah explanation is excellent, to the point and beneficial. Add to your class notes benefits from these books. Don’t let the sheer number of volumes scare you, in reality it could of been printed in 1 vol.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Category: Keys To Knowledge added 2 new photos. Pages Liked by This Page. The words are really big on each page which is kind of annoying as you have to keep turning the pages every couple of minutes also sometimes in the middle of an explanation you have to turn the page in order to complete the explanation – which too is also a bit annoying. I’m not sure if the shaykh did not explain the chapters or if the publisher decided not to put the explanation.


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I haven’t read much of it but found benefits not mentioned in the other explanations. I use this copy to add notes from other longer explanations. In the 20th century, religious educational systems began to be replaced by colonial alviyyah such as the French schools in Morocco.

Princeton University Press, p. This scholar has many books on the Arabic language, tafsir and Hadith. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. This sharh is excellent as an intro because the shaykh provides a comprehensive but brief explanation as you can tell by the title of the line poetry without delving into too many differences in opinions within the different schools of thoughts.

His explanations are also clear and to the point.

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Another issue is that there are a few chapters not explained in the book. At least 43 commentaries have been written on this work, which was one of two major foundations of a beginner’s education in Arab societies until the 20th century. Sections of this page.


This is a book only read by scholars. This page was last edited on 29 Mayat Classical Modern Standard Maltese [a].

Extremely detailed as well and beneficial.

The Education of a Twentieth-Century Notable. Just like how there are many commentaries of Rawdu Al-Murbi’ which is an explanation to Zaad al-Mustaqni’.

A must have and study for every student. This article contains Arabic text.


Trying to Follow the Salaf. Here are the copies I currently have in the maktabah: This sharh is small in size but is not too summarized. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Other explanations I hope to find and buy in the future in shaa Allah: In his sharh you’re able to learn everything you need to learn as well as different opinions on all the rules. Just like the first explanation, it’s easy for the beginner to read and get through.

The Commentary of al-Allāma Ibn ʻAqīl on “al-Alfiya” by al-Allāma Ibn Mālik – World Digital Library

Short and to the point; makes it easy for a beginner to start and finish the book. Seek out a shaykh who is well versed in the poem. Explanation of Alfiya Ibn Malik.