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This research aims to collect, study and extrapolate the points of directing the recitals in the interpretation of the facilitation of revelation science by Imam Ibn Jouzi al-Kalbi Al-Andalus (d: 741 AH) from the beginning of Surat Al-Kahf to the end of Surat Al-Hajj, and the problem of the research lies in counting, study and discussion of directing the recitals in the interpretation of facilitation by Ibn Jouzi. One of the most important objectives of the research is to highlight the importance of the science of guidance as it relates to the science of Qur’anic recitals, and to define Ibn Jouzi’s scientific status, and how he deals with the science of guidance in his interpretation and the desire to serve the science of guidance through the interpretation of Ibn Jouzi, According to an original scientific approach in which I followed the inductive descriptive and analytical approach. Among the most prominent of his results are: the abundance of Ibn Jouzi interpretation and his attention to the science of guidance that he dealt extensively, and he was influenced in the interpretation by his scholars,: Ibn Atiyah (d: 542 AH), or in his books: Kamaki (d: 437 AH), and Al-Mahdawi (d: 440 AH), As well as one of the principles of guidance according to Ibn Jouzi, was the linguistic, grammatical and morphological guidance for recitals, and he may quote an old evidence.
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