THE PHONETIC MANIFESTATIONS OF SHEIKH ABU ABD AL-RAHMAN AL-DARIR AL-HIRI AL-NAYSABURI (D. 430 AH) IN HIS BOOK: AL-KIFAYA FI AL-TAFSIR
Phonetically, it does not represent an important part of the study of the Qur’an and Quranic interpretation, and the phonetic aspect of the Qur’an has not been understood as a prominent part in interpreting the text and understanding its meanings. Among those phonetically, according to Sheikh Al-Hiri, are tilt, assimilation, shamam, substitution, and hamza. Scholars do not work hard to study these phonetic and linguistic phenomena for the sake of an accurate and profound interpretation of the Holy Qur’an. They aim to interpret the meanings of the Holy Qur’an more clearly and contribute to conveying and elevating its message better. Therefore, it has become necessary in its vocabulary and linguistic rules, and this includes sounds, thinking, and phonetic rules that scholars adopt when interpreting and understanding the Qur’anic text. The impact of these phonetic instructions appears in several concepts of the Arabic language Understanding these phonetic rules and applying them correctly is essential for readers and interpretation scholars when, understanding the Qur’anic text. It plays a crucial role in making the recitation of the Qur’an smooth and beautiful, thus contributing to effectively conveying its message and teachings to Muslims and other readers.
Keywords: Phonological Manifestations, Sheikh Al-Hairi, Al-Naysaburi, Assimilation, Tilt, Shamam, Hamza, Substitution