A basic understanding of the Arabic language is an important tool towards an in-depth understanding of the Quran. However, this should not deter those who do not possess knowledge of the language from studying the Holy Book.
The Arabic root system aids the reader in finding the correct definitions of words. Therefore, despite some terms from other cultures and religions having found their way into some translations of the Quran, the authentic meaning can still be traced.
As the language of revelation of the Quran, the panel provides a basic explanation of the root and morphology system of the Arabic language.
This highlights how the Arabic language is uniquely suited for a book that is divine and is meant to hold relevance for all time, and how some form of Arabic was likely the very first or original language used by humans.
Focus areas include: a study roadmap, reading the Quran in the reader’s preferred language to gain a general idea of the core message and themes of the Quran, and multiple translations
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