Very useful app for Arabic lovers

 
 The famous Arabic Almanac app is now available for iOS. Featuring the famous Hans Wehr dictionary, search for the root letters of a word to find its meaning quickly.

https://appsto.re/gb/6CfZ9.i

Also available on Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.etjaal.arabicalmanac

An extremely convenient app for ulamaa and tullaab, developed by a student from Jamia Siraj ul Uloom, London.

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Useful Arabic app for learners of the language 

  

The famous Arabic Almanac app is now available for iOS. Featuring the famous Hans Wehr dictionary, search for the root letters of a word to find its meaning quickly.

https://appsto.re/gb/6CfZ9.i
Also available on Android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.etjaal.arabicalmanac
An extremely convenient app for ulamaa and tullaab, developed by a student from Jamia Siraj ul Uloom, London.

Two factors one should consider before reading any text

 
 Currently reading a book on ‘literary terms and criticism’

An interesting point is made:

‘There are, in fact, two contexts in which any work can be seen: a generic or genre context, and a historic context’

We can even apply this Islamically I feel.

In the genre sense, we can categorise works into their respected fields; be it usool al fiqh, fiqh, uloom al Quran, mustalah al hadeeth and etc.

Secondly, one should see the historic context the book was written.

When one understands these two very important primers before embarking on studying the text, it will help them achieve a more well rounded approach in analysing what is put before them.

Allah knows best.