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Journal:   JOURNAL OF THE FACULTY OF LETTERS AND HUMANITIES (UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN)   Spring-Summer 2001 , Volume - , Number 24-25; Page(s) 47 To 58.
 
Paper: 

AN ANALYSIS INTO EFFECTIVE FACTORS IN THE EMERGENCE OF DIFFERENT RECITATIONS OF THE QURAN

 
 
Author(s):  HAJIESMAEILI M.R.*
 
* UNIVERSITY OF ISFAHAN
 
Abstract: 

Readings are all according to narrations dating back to the early time of Islam and to the famous companions of the Prophet who have confirmed them.

Based on historical research, the root of these differences is the linguistic domain. Of several existing narrations that emphasize this matter is the story of the debate between Hisham bin Hikam and Omar bin Khattab on how to pronounce the verses of Chapter 25 of Quran (Furquan).

After hearing the both sides of the argument, the Prophet (peace be on him) approved both pronunciations by saying "It was so descended" (Sahih Bokhary, Mohammad bin Ismail, vol 6, page 185).

These kind of responses, from the part of the Prophet when dealing with different recitations, caused leniency in the linguistic limitations being prevalent among Arabs and which would be impediment to new believers close relation to Quran.

Nevertheless, the remiss would certainly be allowed to the degree that the meaning was not violated and the holly picture of Quran was not endangered.

This research is to investigate and to specify the different effective vernaculars making differences in Quran pronunciation and has categorized the roof of differences as: 1. lexical derivations 2. conjugational structures 3.oral and phonological utterances.

The paper also tries to give a brief account of the effect of these three factors inthe emergence and evolution of different recitations of Quran.

 
Keyword(s): QURAN, RECITATION, VERNACULAR(S), LANGUAGE,DIFFERENCE,TERMS, PHONOLOGY, RHYME
 
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