Al-Hindi in the balance of Al-Jami in the raised section of the explanation of Al-Kafiya
Keywords:sufficient, al-Jami's explanation, al-Hindi's explanation, objection, victory
Al-Kafiya" is one of the valuable books in the science of grammar, which was written by Ibn Al-Hajib in the seventh century AH, and due to its comprehensiveness of the branches and rules of grammar, and its comprehensiveness of its provisions and complexities with good organization and arrangement, it became accepted among people and became popular in the countries of Islam. A group of scholars explained it and solved its jokes, even the compiler himself, and his explanations amounted to more than one hundred and fifty explanations. Among the most important and well-composed of these commentaries are the two commentaries by al-Hindi and al-Jami. In his commentary, al-Hindi objected to Ibn al-Hajib at times, and in his explanation al-Jami tried to resolve the objections of al-Hindi and other commentators of al-Kafiyah. This study was based on the analytical descriptive method in explaining and classifying Ibn al-Hajib's victories in resolving al-Hindi's objections to al-Kafiyya in the Marfu`at section. The results of the study indicate that al-Jami, in refuting the objections received against Ibn al-Hajib, followed the method of abbreviation, not in his perseverance to state all the objections, but he explains the text in a way that is safe from the occurrence of objections to it, and brings the objections of al-Hindi to ten in the raised ones, three of these places are not a real objection, but Al-Hindi responded to the objection contained in the text, but since his answer to the objection was weak and it was necessary to rectify Ibn Al-Hajib's statement, Al-Jami rose to respond to it. to answer originally.