Next part of the Ajrumiyyah commentary

•April 1, 2011 • 5 Comments

Please see below for the next installment of Sidi Khalid Williams’ translation/commentary of the Ajrumiyyah.

Unlocking the Ajrumiyya 1-7

English commentary on the Ajrumiyyah

•January 26, 2011 • 4 Comments

Sidi Khalid Williams, translator of ‘Our Master Muhammad (SAW)’ by Imam Abdullah Siraj al-Din, has kindly allowed me to upload the beginnings of a translation/commentary of the Ajrumiyyah based around the famous commentary al Tuhfah al Saniyya.

The translator explained that this work is aimed at those who understand the text but are not yet ready to read a sharh (commentary) in Arabic.

Unlocking the Ajrumiyya

Feedback can be given directly to Sidi Khalid on the Ajrumiyya thread at deenport.com, or left here.

EDIT: Please see the next post for an updated version.

Derived Forms

•October 25, 2010 • 3 Comments

Please see below for complete conjugations of the madhi and mudhari’ of forms II to X. Readers are referred to a previous post on derived forms here.

http://islamicnotes.wordpress.com/2009/10/27/derived-verb-forms/

Derived forms conjugated madhi

Derived forms conjugated mudhari’

Ajrumiyyah | Complete Set

•October 4, 2010 • 5 Comments

Alhamdulillah we completed the text and the flowcharts. I hope there is some benefit Inshallah. I welcome any corrections or suggestions.

Click here for the unvowelled complete pdf

Click here for the vowelled complete pdf

Ajrumiyyah | Chapter 26 | Genitive Nouns

•October 4, 2010 • Leave a Comment

The final chapter of the Ajrumiyyah is the easiest of the case-specific nouns, and is the section on genitive nouns.

Click here for the unvowelled pdf

Click here for the vowelled pdf

Ajrumiyyah | Chapter 25 | The Object of Accompaniment

•September 30, 2010 • Leave a Comment

In the last chapter on accusative nouns, ibn Ajrum brings the object of accompaniment which clarifies with whom an action was done.

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Ajrumiyyah | Chapter 24 | The Object of Reason

•September 28, 2010 • Leave a Comment

This chapter continues with accusative nouns and discusses the noun used to explain the reason why something takes place. It takes the form of the masdar and is indefinite and mansub.

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