The fourteenth word of verse (4:1) is divided into 2 morphological segments. A preposition and object pronoun. The attached object pronoun is third person dual. Together the segments form a preposition phrase known as jār wa majrūr (جار ومجرور).
The analysis above refers to the first
verse of chapter 4 (sūrat
Sahih International: O mankind, fear your Lord, who created you from one soul and created from it its mate and dispersed from both of them many men and women. And fear Allah , through whom you ask one another, and the wombs. Indeed Allah is ever, over you, an Observer.
12th September, 2013
Jar-Majrur to Bath-tha
Mim of Min-Hu-Ma is 'Imad
Ending Alif of Min-Hu-Ma indicates the female gender of dual absent pronoun
Terminology: 'Imad is a disconnected pronoun that discerns the Khabar from the Mubtada' (REF: Arabic Grammatical Nomenclature, Antoine Haddad, ISBN 01D110496)
Problem: Salih calls the said Mim Imad but Mim is not Munfasil or disconnected pronoun.
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