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Tafsir: al-Iklil Fi Sharh Madarik al-Tanzil and Haqa'iq al-Ta'wil


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#1 Maturidi

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Posted 09 January 2012 - 05:39 PM

Muhaqqiq ala al itlaaq Hazrat Shah Abdul Haq Muhaddith of Delhi's commentry of Tafseer Madaarak has been published recently. Al hamdu lillah

http://www.al-ilmiya...l&ProductID=544
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#2 naqshi

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 01:01 AM

I am ever so sorry if my post seems flippant but is this space not congested? Do we, as you say Hanafis, really need another inaccesible commentary on the Qur'an?

There are no, last one checked both by myself and through Syed Irfan Shah Sb, any accessible, sahih-ul-aqida English tafseers. And we ask ourselves why others excel in communicating with the uninitiated and/or reverts.

I am hopeful and praying that there is a sound tafseer out there in English...all of our time is wasted on many secondary issues whilst we do not have a firm understanding of the meaning of the Word of Allah (SWT).
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#3 Knowing

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 04:20 AM

_Because of his deep knowledge, orthodoxy and living at a time of crossroads, an English translation of the Muhaddith would be beneficial. But I think for Muslims of basic knowledge or convert Muslims, perhaps the translation of the tafsir compiled by Syrian scholar Ali al Sabouni would be more preferable? What do you think?

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#4 naqshi

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 09:53 AM

I think there's a gap in the market for any tafseer in English. Obviously we need both/all major tafseers in English so people who are unfortunate enough not to have a masterful grasp of either Arabic/Urdu can grasp these.

I find it rather hard to understand people's/scholars/publisher's insistence and joy at having more and more new works in urdu whilst the majority of the west is disillusioned with only a few, albeit somewhat flawed in one way or the other, English translations and no worthy commentary at all.
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#5 Maturidi

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 01:51 PM

brother Naqshi check this out you might like it.

http://www.al-ilmiya...lishtitles.html
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#6 naqshi

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 06:52 PM

All i see on here is Tafseer Ibn-Kathir which i've been advised is not recommendable (or perhaps its just the one published by Darussalaam?).

Any other notable tafseers in English? Is Tafsir al-tabari reliable as i was told the Shaykh was castigated by Hanbali scholars later on in his life?

JazakAllah khair for your assiatance.
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#7 Maturidi

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 08:34 PM

i would go for something basic if not well versed in Usool al Quran, Usool al hadith, Usool al fiqh, balagah, mantiq etc..

try this: http://www.islamicbo....com/b9739.html
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#8 Maturidi

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Posted 11 January 2012 - 08:49 PM

Imam Ghazali's Ihyaa is another one to get hold of my brother.

http://www.al-ilmiya...l&ProductID=174
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#9 Maturidi

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 08:09 PM

Muhaqqiq ala al itlaaq Hazrat Shah Abdul Haq Muhaddith of Delhi's commentry of Tafseer Madaarak has been published recently. Al hamdu lillah

http://www.al-ilmiya...l&ProductID=544



Sorry
This is a different shaykh abdul haq
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#10 muhammad imtiyaz

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Posted 06 May 2012 - 11:10 PM

al-ilmiyas translations are very poor and are abridged. Especially tafsir ibn kathir.
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Posted 09 November 2012 - 07:20 AM

Someone should look into having a translation of Ta'wilat Ahl As Sunnah of Imam al-Maturidi.
http://kitaabun.com/...roducts_id=2855
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#12 Contemplating Sufi

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 05:43 PM

Someone should look into having a translation of Ta'wilat Ahl As Sunnah of Imam al-Maturidi.
http://kitaabun.com/...roducts_id=2855

Some books should remain in Arabic no matter how tempting they may look :)
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#13 Abu al Mawahib

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Posted 09 November 2012 - 08:10 PM

I am ever so sorry if my post seems flippant but is this space not congested? Do we, as you say Hanafis, really need another inaccesible commentary on the Qur'an?

There are no, last one checked both by myself and through Syed Irfan Shah Sb, any accessible, sahih-ul-aqida English tafseers. And we ask ourselves why others excel in communicating with the uninitiated and/or reverts.

I am hopeful and praying that there is a sound tafseer out there in English...all of our time is wasted on many secondary issues whilst we do not have a firm understanding of the meaning of the Word of Allah (SWT).



Brother Naqshi, work is currently underway on an orthodox Sunni Translation of the Quran. The translation will host annotations to the majestic verses from a collation of Tafasir, rather than the translation of any one particular Tafsir. Thus making it more accessible to the reader. It cannot be conclusively said at the moment upon which date it will be completed, however it has definately been started and is running smoothly. Just make Dua for person (s) working on it.
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