Tafsir Ibn Abbas Bangla Pdf 15
The question is what do we mean when we say Arabic Qur'an? If we mean the Qur'an that has been preserved in the different versions available until today, then we mean "the Arabic Qur'an" in the sense that "the Qur'an that has been preserved in Arabic until today" is the same thing as "the Arabic language". The Tafsir of the Arabic language was laid by Ibn Hajar Al-Asqalani, also known as Al-Akhlaq, in Al-Fath, volume 2, page 108. He said, "The language was first recorded with the Tafsir by 'Abd Al-Rahman Al-Bana'i, the agent and companion of the Imam Musa bin 'Uqbah, the blessed, who recorded all of the traditions of the Prophet in the two Arabic texts Al-Mukhtaara and Al-Kafi'. The Tafsir is very detailed, and many traditions concerning the language have been preserved in it. There is a consensus on the authenticity of those traditions, since those who are certain of the authenticity of the narrations of the Prophet are the ones who know those narrations in the Arabic language, as Ibn Al-Qayyim said, for example, 'Abdullah bin 'Umar would know what a quote meant, because he would be able to check whether the quote was authentic or not.' As Ibn Al-Qayyim said, 'Abdullah bin 'Umar would know what a quote meant, because he would be able to check whether the quote was authentic or not'." Tafsir ibn Kathir does not follow the science of grammar as a rule. However, he followed the science of grammar in three ways, in at least the following three Tafseer of the Qur'an. Firstly, he frequently explained verses by the use of the grammar without the narrations, without quoting the Hadith, in cases where the grammar could be understood by itself, as was the case with the verse of the qan'an of dawn.
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