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Tonight, that lesson continued in a truly tiny package. Some years ago my wife traveled and studied in Morocco. She returned with a number of items but one, until this evening, I had never noticed before. While rummaging through an old box I discovered quite a curious little find: Its measurements a scant three inches long and just barely two wide. Its old cover a faded blue velvet, complete with a simple silver clasp.
We even know from two independent lists that Ubay ibn Ka'b sequenced these two du'as between what are now surahs and The article argues that therefore Ubay must have had no issue with the two extra surahs being left out. Such late evidence is utterly worthless, as well as contradicting sahih hadiths about Zaid's collection process.
The Missing Surah with the Two Valleys Abu Musa al-Ash'ari, one of the early authorities on the Qur'an text and a companion of Muhammad, claimed a surah which resembled at-Tawba also known as Bara'at in length and severity was forgotten and lost, but included a passage on the greed of man, which is not in today's Qur'an. Various narrations have slightly differing wording for this lost passage, which is consistent with it being insufficiently remembered.
Abu Harb b. Abu al-Aswad reported on the authority of his father that Abu Musa al-Ash'ari sent for the reciters of Basra. They came to him and they were three hundred in number. They recited the Qur'an and he said: You are the best among the inhabitants of Basra, for you are the reciters among them. So continue to recite it.
But bear in mind that your reciting for a long time may not harden your hearts as were hardened the hearts of those before you. We used to recite a surah which resembled in length and severity to Surah Bara'at. I have, however, forgotten it with the exception of this which I remember out of it:" If there were two valleys full of riches, for the son of Adam, he would long for a third valley, and nothing would fill the stomach of the son of Adam but dust.
And Allah forgives him who repents to Him. At best, it could be claimed to be an example of a type of abrogation where the verses are lost.
Why the verse would be abrogated is, conveniently, a mystery. The Prophet used to say, "If the son of Adam were given a valley full of gold, he would love to have a second one; and if he were given the second one, he would love to have a third, for nothing fills the belly of Adam's son except dust.
And Allah forgives he who repents to Him. He says that Muhammad claimed it as a revelation from Allah, just like when he received other revelations. In a Hasan hadith in the collection of Tirmidhi, Uthman is narrated as saying that they didn't know whether or not Surah at-Tawba was part of Surah al-Anfal, and Muhammad died without making it clear, so they were placed together. Surah al-Hafd and Surah al-khal', and the verses about Adam and the valleys sounded so Qur'anic that they were at one time believed to be so by speakers of 7th century Arabic, Sahabah no less.
Those who claim that these were once part of the Qur'an and later abrogated, or that Al-Hafd and Al-Khal' were du'as given to Muhammad by Jibril need to explain why they were abrogated when there is no obvious reason, or why Allah allowed confusion to arise about the status of the latter two when they were recorded in the mashafs of three companions.
Because Al-Hajjaj taught Arabic, he gave himself the liberty to change several words of Caliph Uthman's Qur'an, which is an indication that he did not believe that the Qur'an was verbally inspired or was inscribed in a "tablet preserved. In Surah Yunus , he changed the word yanshorokom, which means "spread you," to yousayerokom, which means "makes you to go on.
In Surah Ash-Shuara , he changed the word Al-Mukhrageen, which means "the cast out," to Al-Margoomeen, which means "those who are to be stoned [to death]. In Surah Ash-Shuara , he changed the word Min Al-Margoomeen, which means "those who are to be stoned to death," to Al-Mukhrageen, which means "those who will assuredly be cast out.
In Surah Muhammad , he changed the word yasen, which is poor Arabic to Asen, which means "unpolluted. In Surah al-Hadid , he changed the word wataqu, which means "feared Allah," to Wa-anfaqu, which means "spend in charity. Visit this site to see the differences between Samarqand Codex and Uthmans Codex.
Differences in the Qira'at readings of the Qur'an According to some hadith literature, the Qur'an was revealed in seven ahruf, or modes of recitation.
The nature of these ahruf generated a wide range of theories, some more plausible than others.
A popular, though problematic theory is that these were 7 Arabic dialects of different Arab tribes, and only one, that of the Quraysh was retained by Uthman. A more plausible theory would be that Muhammad was inconsistent in his recitation, and it was a convenient excuse  , as well as a way of avoiding disputes between his followers  to say that there were up to seven valid ways to say a verse. What we have today are seven or ten Qira'at, which are slightly different early recitations or readings of the Qur'an by famous readers.
According to the most common explanation of the ahruf, these qira'at are based on the Quraysh harf. There were once many more qira'at, which were reduced to twenty-five in number two centuries after Muhammad's death, and down to seven after three centuries by Abu Bakr Ibn Mujahid.
A futher three qira'at make up a second tier held in less high regard. Each of the Qira'at has two transmissions riwayat named after its transmitters, one of which is the basis for any particular text mushaf of the Qur'an.
For example, the mashaf used mainly in North Africa is based on the riwayah of Warsh from Nafi the reading of Nafi transmitted by Warsh. Muslims are commonly told that the differences between the Qira'at can be explained away as styles of pronunciation or dialects and spelling.
Yet in many cases the variations added or ommitted words, or are completely different words or contradict each other in meaning. The Corpus Coranicum database  can be used as a neutral online source for verifying the existence of such variations in the Qira'at. She returned with a number of items but one, until this evening, I had never noticed before.
While rummaging through an old box I discovered quite a curious little find: Its measurements a scant three inches long and just barely two wide. Its old cover a faded blue velvet, complete with a simple silver clasp. This little mushaf had a loved and used quality about it despite me having never gazed upon it before. I felt compelled to unlock its metal clasp. For the students of Islamic studies, lay or otherwise, I thought, as I go, I would like to or provide books or other documents for download.
The work here is a short but concise intro to the study of Arabic morphology. Recommended for students who are able to read in Arabic but are looking to tackle the study of sarf in the Arabic language.
Bidayah al-Hidayah: Tafsir Ibn Abi Hatim: A few minor errors in the copy until I get a chance to re-type a new one. English and Arabic edition. I hope to be able to translate this work into English.
Sunan al-Darimi: I can defend the position.
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