Al-Muqaddimah al-Jazariyyah – is a New translation with Commentary of one of the famous poems of Imam ibn al-Jazari on the science of tajwid accompanied with tafsir [brief explanation].
Arabic poems are written on rhythmic patterns, known as Buhur, which is the plural of Bahr. The science that studies the rhythmic patterns of poems is called ‘Ilm ul-‘Arudh. Although these rhythmic patterns were used in pre-Islamic poetry, as a science it was developed by famous grammarian of the Arabic language, Imam Al-Khaleed bin Ahmad al-Faraheedi.
Muqaddimah al-Jazariyah is a brief commentray on the poem of Imam ibn al-Jazari, rahimahullah, in the science of Tajweed. Also included with this book is an A3 Wall Poster explaining Sifaat ul-Huruf with Permanent Sifaat with their Opposites and Permanent Sifaat that don’t have Opposites.
About Imam al-Jazari :
He is Sham al-Din Muhammad ibn Muhammad ibn al-Jazari, rahmatullahi ta’ala ‘alayhi. He was a scholar born on the 25th of Ramadhan in Damascus in 751AH who went on to become a master in Qir’at, Tajweed, Hadith, History and Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh).