Al-Anbari’s “Al-Bayan Fe Ghareb E’rab Al-Qura’an” andAl-O’kbari’s” A-Tibyan Fe E’rab Al-Qura’an”:A Comparative Study: A Syntactic DisagreementinTreating the Quranic Script

Year: 
2014
Discussion Committee: 
Prof. Hamdi Mahmud Al.Jabali/supervisor
Dr. Naser Abu Khdear/external examiner
Prof. Wael Abu Saleh/internal examiner
Supervisors: 
Prof. Hamdi Mahmud Al.Jabali/supervisor
Authors: 
IhtiramSaed Ahmad Qarmash
Abstract: 
This study tackled the syntactic disagreement in examining the Quranic script in two masterpieces, namely: Al-Anbari’s “Al-Bayan Fe GharebE’rab Al-Qura’an” and Al-O’kbari’s” Al-Tibyan Fe E’rab Al-Qura’an”. Furthermore, many studies tackled the same theme;however,this study is significant as itspots the disagreement between both scholars in examining the Quranic script. Besides, it focused on dealing with the syntactic casesupon which both disagreed trying to provideexplanation for such matters and preferring some views at the expense of the views of others by presenting convincing and solid explanation and Quranicverses. It also elaborated on this disagreementleading to its reasons classifying them into the dealt with syntactic themes. Because of such disagreement, the introduction of this study presented the aim of the study, its components, its methodology, a prologue to a reasonable translation to Al-Anbari and Al-O’kbari and six chapters, which determined the key views’ disagreements between them including three case endings in Arabic, namely: nominative, accusative and genitive. It also included sentences, articles and gerunds. Finally, the results of this study showed that there is a huge disagreement between Al-Anbari and Al-Ok’bari in dealing with the Quranic script. This disagreementis due to having a different reading for the script and a different syntactic school. Besides, each scholar stuck to one of the views, depended on different sources and treated the interpretation of the sign differently since their disagreementleads to many syntactic cases. Finally, their disagreementis not absolute because they did not include all the syntactic aspects, which signifieda relative agreementon some linguistic cases among them.
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