Differences of recitation and reading in the two surahs, Al-mu'minun and An-nur and their effect on meaning


Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Bursa Uludağ University, İlahiyat Fakültesi, Temel İslam Bilimleri, Turkey

Approval Date: 2020

Thesis Language: Turkish

Student: LACHIN GULIYEV

Supervisor: Mehmet Efe

Abstract:

"Differences of Recitation and Reading in the two Surahs, al-Mu'minun and an-Nur and Their Effect on Meaning" This study, which includes an introduction part and three other chapters, aims to investigate the recitation and reading differences in the two surah, Al Mu'minun, and An-Nur in the Holy Quran based on 'kırâat-ı aşere', ten different types of Quran recitation and reading by widely (mutevatir) or well-known (meşhur) leading Quran reciters and readers. In Introduction part was presented some information on the topic and the importance of the study, the method and the technique used in the study and the sources referred. In the first part of the study, some general information was given on such topics as the definition of the science of the Quran Recitation and reading, its historical development, leading Quran reciters, that is, the Imams of Quran recitation and reading, the types of recitation or reading and some recitation or reading-related terms, the aim and the benefits of the science of Quran recitation and reading. The second section focuses first on some general information on the surah, Al Mu'minun and then on the information about the recitation and reading differences in the surah concerned. In the second part, the recitation and reading differences in the Surah and their effect on meaning were studied in terms of both the procedure and the "ferşu'l-huruf", a pronunciation of the letters. In the third part was first presented some general information on the surah and then studied the recitation and reading differences in the surah An-Nur. Unlike the second, the third part includes the rules concerned with the procedure based on only the recitation and reading differences which affect or do not affect the meaning.