June’s CLASSIC BOOK CLUB – I, IV & V by Tokyo Camii Institute
Our CLASSIC BOOK CLUB is organized by the Tokyo Camii Institute, consisting of students and researchers gathering in Tokyo Camii. The language will be Japanese.
From the second Saturday of this month, we will start to read “al-Adjurrumiya,” written by Ibn Adjurrum.
Born in Fez at the end of the 13th century, Ibn Adjurrum also was a Quranic recitation teacher. His name is said to be the origin of the English word “grammar.” “al-Adjurrumiya,” written in a way that makes it easy to memorize the complicated grammar of the Arabic language, has long been regarded as “the next textbook to learn after the Quran” and is still a favorite among Arabic learners. In the 16th century, it spread to non-Arabic-speaking Europe, where it was translated into most European languages and widely read.
*Ahmad Hoca is in his absence this month.
CLASSIC BOOK CLUB – V Ibn Adjurrum “al-Adjurrumiya”
June. 10 (Sat) 16:30 ～ 17:30
navigator: Ustaz Simsim
CLASSIC BOOK CLUB – I Yunus Emre’s World
June. 17 (Sat) 16:30 ～ 17:30
navigator: Qayyim Hoca
CLASSIC BOOK CLUB – IV Al-Ghazali “On The Lawful And The Unlawful”
June. 24 (Sat) 16:30 ～ 17:30
navigator: Fuga Sensei
*We’ll use zoom. If you would like to participate, please apply via the Application Form.