TITLE

Kur'an'ı Yüzünden Daha Kolay ve Akıcı Okuyabilmenin İmkânı -Mushaf Hattı Özelinde Bir Değerlendirme-

AUTHOR(S)
MÜFTÜOĞLU, Ömer
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p123
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Essay
ABSTRACT
There has been used many ways in order to read and to get people to read the verses of Qur'an. The related efforts of people who do not speak the language Qur'an is revealed and who do not use the alphabet with which Qur'an is written are highly appreciated. Apart from lots of books which are being tried to be placed with Qur'an, there are some other difficulties for readers who try to make a connection with the main source of religion and endure it by just reading it on the way it is written without understanding. These difficulties are not impossible or hard to deal with. The text of Qur'an can be served to readers in an easy and fluent way with the help of some simple and plain interventions. It was determined that the difficulties one comes across while reading and/or getting somebody to read Qur'an stems from the reader itself or the instructor or the text. This essay consists of the analysis of these difficulties and solution offers in the light of this determination.
ACCESSION #
83752266

 

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