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1 Of Reasonable Intrigue on Mon Sep 25, 2017 1:48 pm

An example of a copy of part of a surah between the 2nd and 3rd century
Can anyone guess the surah? How is this image linked to our last discussion(s)?

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2 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Mon Sep 25, 2017 2:41 pm

This image links to our last discussion because it represents the difference between the 7 mode/ways of recitation in which you mentioned the 5th one to be changing/replacing. It looks like Surah Nas.

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3 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:04 pm

Azzah_G wrote:This image links to our last discussion because it represents the difference between the 7 mode/ways of recitation in which you mentioned the 5th one to be changing/replacing. It looks like Surah Nas.
Surah An-Naas is correct, baarakallaahu feeki!
You are on the right track. This is linked to our discussion concerning the 7 modes.Taking a closer look, though, what do you find peculiar about this script?

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4 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Tue Sep 26, 2017 5:42 pm

I find it peculiar that the way the letters are written compared to the ones in my Quran and there are no vowels.

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5 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Wed Sep 27, 2017 5:46 pm

Azzah_G wrote:I find it peculiar that the way the letters are written compared to the ones in my Quran and there are no vowels.
Right, the calligraphy is a bit different and the vowels are missing. Also, can you really distinguish a س from a ش here? How about a ن from a ب? Why not?

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6 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Wed Sep 27, 2017 6:34 pm

I found the word جنّة

but in the picture at first I couldn't tell what was said because there were no dots and no vowels.

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7 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:58 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:I found the word جنّة

but in the picture at first I couldn't tell what was said because there were no dots and no vowels.

Precisely! This picture shows a mus-haf without vowels OR dots on the letters. When Uthman radiyallaahu anh standardized the Qur'an (by compiling it into one harf), there were no dots, vowels, etc. The Masaahif were sent out to the different lands along with...? How were the people taught? How was the writing of this mus-haf accommodating?

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8 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Fri Oct 13, 2017 9:50 pm

Idea  Idea حُفَّاظ Exclamation

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9 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Sat Oct 14, 2017 6:26 am

It looks diferrent from a page in the quran today

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10 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Tue Oct 17, 2017 2:23 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:Idea  Idea حُفَّاظ Exclamation
Very good. The Qur'aan was sent to different lands along with those from the sahabah who memorized it so that they could teach the people how to recite. There were still different recitations but how were they regulated? What was one of the conditions placed for the acceptance of the recitation?

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11 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Wed Oct 18, 2017 8:22 pm

You have to recite it with one of the saba'atiahruf Exclamation

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12 Re: Of Reasonable Intrigue on Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:47 am

aisha.m wrote:You have to recite it with one of the saba'atiahruf Exclamation
Well, when Uthman radiyallaahu anh standardized the recitation he chose one of the seven ahruf, Quraish, to write it in. The sahabah used this Quran to teach but they still recited in different ways. As long as the recitation?????it was accepted. Thus, the recitations today may contain a portion of the other ahruf however they are not each one ahruf.

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