The inscription consists of *Surah* IX, aT-Tawbah, verse 128:

*Now hath come unto you An Apostle from amongst Yourselves; it grieves him that you should perish; Ardently anxious is he over you: to the believers is he the most kind and merciful.*

INTRODUCTION

* There are **28** letters not counting hamza

* Arabs were **the first to Alphabetize**, and they did it long before Byblos (Phoenicians in Lebanon)

* Arabic numerals were developed to understand the section in the Quran that deals with inheritance and its mathematical distribution.

* 1 through 9 numerals were developed in Arabic based on the angles and for ten when they were stumped; **Mohammad Musa Al Khwarizmi** came up with ZERO which revolutionized the science of mathematics.

* It took the English 300years to accept ZERO in their methodology of understanding Math.

* After ZERO the Arab Muslim mathematicians came up with ALGEBRA and opened a vast realm of a new understanding of the mathematics.

**ARABIC IS THE LANGUAGE OF JANNAH**: The greeting in Jannah (if you are fortunate enough to get in) is AS SALAAM.

**VOWELS**

There are three long vowels in Arabic: aa, oo, ee and

Three short vowels: fatha, damma and kasrah

**Using the short vowels on top or below the alphabet is like playing checkers where if you reach a certain point your single checker is crowned a king and then develops new powers of movement and so it is in Arabic with the use and position of the short vowels.**

*Hamza :*The sign ‘hamza,’ for example, is part of the letter ‘ayn’ (without its end-tail). It *always needs a seat, i.e it is always found sitting atop or below an alphabet.*

Arabic words when enunciated correctly emulate their meaning in the tone of the word

**EXTRA SYMBOLS**

**Tanween** is the double dash or double comma on or below the alphabet and changes the sound of the word by its position.

**Shadda,** is the moustache it dispenses the use of writing the letter twice (to impress)

**STUBBORN LETTERS**

These can also be called one-way letters as they allow connection only from the right but not from the left.

*A good way of remembering this is that our book of goodness will be given in our right hand, thus connecting from the right*

**The six stubborn letters are :(English names) alif, daal, z, ra, zein, wau**

**GREETINGS: **The first words to learn should rightly be: Greetings:

Salaam (peace)

Shukran (thank you)

Afuaan (your are welcome

*End summary lesson one*

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