The Impact of Madrasahs in Mardin and Diyarbakir on the Arabic LanguageJournal: The Journal of Mesopotamian Studies (JMS) (Vol.6, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2021-10-01
Authors : Mahmoud Abdelnabi Mohamed SHOUSH;
Page : 289-302
Keywords : https://doi.org/10.35859/jms.2021.937896;
The beginning of Non-Arabs such as Sibawayh (d.796) of Persian origin, Ibn Jana (d.1002) of Greek origin, Jurjanî (d.1413) and Fîruzâbâdi (d.1414) determined the rules of the Arabic language and contributed to the establishment of these rules. A group of non-Arabs who contributed to the spread of Arabic were Kurdish scholars who tought in madrasahs in the Eastern and Southeastern Anatolia Region of Turkey. In this study, we will discuss some of the efforts of madrasahs and scholars in Diyarbakır and Mardin for Arabic to be settled in the hearts and minds of students who demand knowledge. In addition, we will touch on the history of these madrasas, their teaching methods, and the difficulties they face.
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