Beirut: Dar al-kutub al-‘ilmiyya. al-Bukhari () ‘Kitab al-Ta’bir’, Saliih; Istanbul: al-Maktaba al-islami. Fahd. Ibn Sirin () Tafsir al-ahlam al-kabir. Ibn Babawayh, Abi Ja’far al-Saduq Muhammad ibn ‘AlT. Man la yahduruhu Kitab Tafsir al-ahlam Muntakhab al-kalam fi tafsir alahlam). Beirut: Dar al-arf. Tafsir al-Ahlam (Sadir) تفسير الأحلام. By: Ibn Sirin, Abu Bakr Muhammad (33/ – /). Share. Tafsir al-Ahlam (Sadir) تفسير الأحلام. Item #
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List of tafsir works. Occasionally Imam Razi has adopted a view different from that of other commentators. This page was last edited on 11 Juneat The prominent features of this book are: Thus, the number of sayings in explanation of a particular Ayat are reproduced together and easily observed.
In short, Tafseer Al-Kabeer is a very concise exegesis and the personal experience of Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani is that whenever [he has] found a difficulty, it has guided [him] to the right answer. Any interpolations introduced by the erring sects kitsb intellectuals in the meaning of any Ayat has been described in full and then refuted with detailed arguments.
Translation of “al-Ahlam” in French
tafslr Webarchive template wayback links Articles containing Arabic-language text All stub articles. The explanation, grammatical composition, and background of revelation, and all the narrations related to them have been described by Imam Fakhr shlam al-Razi in an organised manner with clarity and detail. Hence, where he has differed from the accepted view, the established view should be adopted.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. And the saying that it has everything but Tafseer is meant only to tadsir its exalted status, and is perhaps uttered by a person who was overwhelmed by narrations and paid no attention to the depth of knowledge of the Qur’an. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. But in Tafseer Al-Kabeer they can be found at one place and very well organised. The prominent features of this book are:. It is in the earlier part that the explanation is lengthy but takes on fewer words as it progresses.
Retrieved from ” https: Qur’anic injunctions and their mysteries and expediences have been very beautifully highlighted. It is a fact that the reason for a link and affinity between the Ayats as described by him is so casual, appealing and reasonable that not only it imparts a sense of satisfaction but also an ecstatic feeling of elegance litab grandeur of the Qur’an.
But tafsri fact is that this remark is cruelly unjust to this ‘book because this book has no equal in interpretation of the meanings of the Qur’an.
al-Ahlam – Translation into French – examples English | Reverso Context
The narrations of Tafseer Al-Kabeer, like other exegeses are a collection of good and bad together. Some people have passed a funny remark on this exegesis such as is written in Al-Itqan, “In it, there is everything except exegesis,” But, in the opinion of Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmaniif this comment applies to any Tafsir, it describes Tafsir al-Tawahir by Tantawi.
The legal injunctions relating to an Ayat have been described with detailed reasons. It is another matter that sometimes he could not present a solution to the difficulties as could satisfy the soul.
It is not unusual for contemporary works to use it as a reference. It is so marvellously done and the style of Imam Razi has been so thoroughly maintained that anyone not aware of this fact would never suspect that this was written by someone other than Imam Razi. One of [his] major concerns was the self-sufficiency of the intellect.
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However, certain things must be kept in mind in connection with this exegesis: Commonly people get upset by its lengthy discussions, the exegesis of Surah Fatihah alone has covered pages. Just as Tafsir Ibn Kathir is the most concise and matchless exegesis from a narrative point of view so also there is no parallel to Tafsir Kabir in relation to sciences of Reason. In this way it contains in it strong refutation of all the erring sects of his time, namely, Jahmiyyah, Mu’tazilah, Mujassimah, Ibahiyyah etc.
This article about an Islamic studies book is a stub. In other exegeses these discussions are generally scattered or disorganised, due to which it becomes time consuming.
For instance, he has rejected the authentic tradition: Ibrahim Abraham did not tell a lie except on three occasions. He has described the grandeur and majesty of the Qur’an in detail.
However, certain things must be kept in mind in connection with this exegesis:.