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Global Analysis of Tafsir ‘Aisaar From Narrated by Al-Bukhari. A. (2015). “The Essence of Tafsir Aisaar.” Muslim World 85: 345..
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Aisar ibn Sa’id had said:

Tafsir al-Qur’an al-Azim is one of his important books.

(Al-Mughni, Vol.4, Page.9)

Qur’an tafsir by Syrian author Abu Khaldun al-Andalusi has some examples of ibn Sa’id’s tafsir of the Qur’an.


Abu Bakar al-Jazrawi from Iraq had said:

Ibn Sa’id used to explain the Qur’an using a special method called tafsir al-aisaar (tafsir with the tafsir method) which implies its uniqueness and universality.

(Tadhkiratul Mashraba, Vol.5, Page.5)
From the book:
Taghribus Al-A’immah by Abdul Qadir al-Jilani, Hafidh al-Ummah.

Ibn Al-Athir said:

Abu Bakr al-A’laqi says al-Jazrawi was a pioneer scholar in Islamic tafsir when he was in Baghdad.


So it seems that Ibn Sa’id’s “Aisaar Tafsir” was very famous.

Plane over the Mountain

“All those yappy dogs wanted to go up the mountain. Not me, no, I was too busy eating a hamburger”

We all have different ways of dealing with certain situations, in my case I guess it is

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The first part of this article is written in the Post-classical Literary Arabic (PCLA) of the al-Andalus province of the Arabic language. It reflects the linguistic commonality of the PCLA with the classical Arabic (Qur’an, Hadith and other texts of the canonical Muslim tradition).
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A commentary on the Quran by al-Athrabi, Muhammad. 1999. In Islamic Studies and Sciences, Vol. 1, ed. Muhammad al-Habib (Washington, D.C.:.
by Muhammad al-Habib.
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The author relates three stories (including an Arabic folk tradition), which illustrate the relevance of the words, dates, and signs of the Quranic narratives.
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The author cites selected passages from different Quranic commentators and shows how each of them mentioned a part of the story in a different but equally correct way.
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Regarding the book Al-Qasidah al-Lubnaniya, Sayyed Abd al-Aziz Al-Din al-Bukhari al-Habib and Sayyid Muhammad Sayyidah Uthman al-Jazari al-Jahazi. 2001.
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The Commentaries on the Qur’an (Tafsir)’ by Ibn Rashiq.
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The new edition of the book Fataawa Ibn Khilafa was published in 1464 H. and could be obtained here.
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