AYDIN, Tahirhan; DAŞKIRAN, Yaşar
March 2012
Ekev Academic Review;bahar2012, Vol. 16 Issue 51, p207
Academic Journal
Ever since it was revealed, Quran has been regarded as a unique book by Arabs and scholars in terms of its fasahat/elequence and balaghat/fluency. Therefore Quran has become the main source of Arabic grammar and other Islamic sciences. Linguists have accepted Qur'an as the major source in determination and affirmation of the rules since the early times of Nahiv studies. However there have been debates about some points in Quran incompatible with grammatical rules so far. In this article we examined Åžaban Salah Ä°brahim's view of the relationship between Qur'an and Nahiv and Grammatical Faults in Qur'an.


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