MUJIB Al-NEDA ELA SHARH QATR AL NADA is a manuscript in the science of Arabic Grammar. It was written by Al-Fakihi, Abdullah bin Ahmed bin Abdullah, who died in 972 Hijiri and was copied in recital Naskh script by Muhammad Salih bin Al-Sheikh Ahmed on the 3rd of Dhul-Qa’dah 1151 Hijiri. The number of papers was 103, the number of lines was 21, and the size was 21.5 x 13.5 cm. The beginning of the manuscript: (... Praise be to God who lifts up for those who have bowed to his pride and authority, The one who is destined for whom that begging for his mercy and forgiveness) and the end of the manuscript: (…the Conjunctive Hamzah was removed to dispense with it, unless it is open, it changes to ALEF to be more eloquent: You're graceful, and God's right is your right, so that the question does not become confused. And let this be the last thing we wanted???? ...). And this is a good copy with traces of wetness, there is an ownership dated 1332 Hijiri at its beginning, the owner was not mentioned, then Sheikh Abd al-Rahman ibn Muhammad bin Abd al-Taif acquired the purchase from Mecca, dated 1344 Hijiri. Black ink was used for the explanation and the red for the text.