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1 Mismatched on Mon Oct 09, 2017 9:22 pm

Identify the given name as the qiraa'ah; raawi; or turuq. (DON'T use the article given last week. Give it your best guess.) Before giving a name, though, let's review: 
What is the difference between these three terms?

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2 Re: Mismatched on Fri Oct 13, 2017 10:28 pm

Qiraa'ah is for example the qiraa'ah of 'Aasim, meaning the way that 'Aasim taught Hafs and Shu'bah. Hafs and Shu'bah were his rawee.

Turuq is plural for tareeq, for example the tareeq of Shatibiyyah, meaning Ash-Shatibiyyah narrated the way the Hafs and Shu'bah recited to 'Aasim.

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3 Re: Mismatched on Tue Oct 24, 2017 3:31 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:Qiraa'ah is for example the qiraa'ah of 'Aasim, meaning the way that 'Aasim taught Hafs and Shu'bah. Hafs and Shu'bah were his rawee.

Turuq is plural for tareeq, for example the tareeq of Shatibiyyah, meaning Ash-Shatibiyyah narrated the way the Hafs and Shu'bah recited to 'Aasim.
Good start!
Technically "tareeq" is the transmitter of the raawee. So, just like the ten imams have narrators, every narrator has a tareeq/path (narrators). There are differences between the tareeq, some more than others depending on what was transmitted from the raawee. 
An example of this is found in siraaj al baahitheen. Let's look at it step by step. Between Hafs and Aasim, which one is the qiraa'ah/recitation?

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4 Re: Mismatched on Tue Oct 24, 2017 10:11 pm

Hafs

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5 Re: Mismatched on Wed Oct 25, 2017 6:00 pm

aisha.m wrote:Hafs
Hasanan. What do you think it means when we say Hafs 'an Asim?

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6 Re: Mismatched on Wed Oct 25, 2017 7:35 pm

yes

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7 Re: Mismatched on Wed Oct 25, 2017 9:12 pm

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I think it means the reacitation of Hafs and Aism combined.

8 Re: Mismatched on Thu Oct 26, 2017 4:10 pm

AmirahMS wrote:I think it means the reacitation of Hafs and Aism combined.
I like that thought. How so?

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9 Re: Mismatched on Fri Oct 27, 2017 10:13 pm

Asiyyah Bint Dawud wrote:Between Hafs and Aasim, which one is the qiraa'ah/recitation?

.عاصم بن ابى نجود

The reason why 'Aasim is the qiraa'ah is because Hafs and Shu'bah, his students, narrated the way that he recited to each of them.

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10 Re: Mismatched on Mon Oct 30, 2017 7:50 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:
Asiyyah Bint Dawud wrote:Between Hafs and Aasim, which one is the qiraa'ah/recitation?

.عاصم بن ابى نجود

The reason why 'Aasim is the qiraa'ah is because Hafs and Shu'bah, his students, narrated the way that he recited to each of them.
Very good. Since Aasim is the Qiraa'ah that makes Hafs the...?

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11 Re: Mismatched on Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:36 pm

Raawee!

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12 Re: Mismatched on Wed Nov 08, 2017 5:21 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:Raawee!
Great! 
Hafs also had many students. From them: Husain Al-Marwazee; Hamzah Al-Ahwal; Sulaiman Al-Zahraanee; Amr ibn Al-Sabbaah; and Ubaid ibn Al-Sabbaah. Just like the qiraa'ah (asim) the raawee (hafs)taught many students and those most proficient in the ways of his recitation were those for whom the recitations were named after. 
Question: The two most proficient from Hafs students were whom?

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13 Re: Mismatched on Fri Nov 10, 2017 7:03 pm

Amr ibn Al-Sabbaah and Husain Al-Marwazee.

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14 Re: Mismatched on Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:36 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:Amr ibn Al-Sabbaah and Husain Al-Marwazee.
The first one is correct but let's give the second one another go. Keep it up!

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15 Re: Mismatched on Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:27 pm

Ubaid ibn Al-Sabbaah.

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16 Re: Mismatched on Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:06 pm

SalihahSiddiqah wrote:Ubaid ibn Al-Sabbaah.
Good job! So before moving what do you think about the following terms? Are they proper?
The riwaayah of aasim
The Tareeq of hafs
The riwayah of ubaid ibn as-sabbaah

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17 Re: Mismatched on Sun Nov 26, 2017 5:02 pm

The riwaayah of Aasim is wrong. It should be the qiraa'ah of Aasim
The Tareeq of Hafs is wrong. It should be the riwaayah of Hafs
The riwayah of ubaid ibn as-sabbaah is also wrong. It should be the tareeq of Ubaid ibn As-Sabbaah

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18 Re: Mismatched on Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:16 pm

Good. Now, of course, the chain does not stop here. Let's take Ubaid ibn As-Sabbaah as an example. Many students recited to him and from the most famous of them was Abul Abbaas Ahmad ibn Sahl who is commonly referred to as Al-Ashnaanee. Many students recited to Al-Ashnaanee and from the most famous of them was Abul Hasan Al Haashimee. Al Haashimee had many students as well and from the most famous of them was one who became a well known scholar in the 5th century.

Who can guess who this was?

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19 Re: Mismatched on Thu Nov 30, 2017 8:15 pm

Abu Amr Ad-Daanee!

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20 Re: Mismatched on Tue Dec 05, 2017 1:19 pm

That's it! Upon Abu Amr Al-Daani recited Abu Daawood Sulaymaan ibn Najaah. Then a man by the name of Abul Husayn Ali ibn Hudhail recited upon  Ibn Najaah.  Does anyone remember who the latter scholar was and who was connected to him?

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21 Re: Mismatched on Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:31 pm

Imam Abul-Qasim Al-Qasim Ash-Shatibi Al-Andalusi.

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22 Re: Mismatched on Wed Dec 06, 2017 4:43 pm

Good job, Salihah! How were the two connected (place, reason)?

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23 Re: Mismatched on Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:55 pm

Ali bin Hudhail was Ash-Shatibi's teacher.

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