Tafsir al-Jalalayn, meaning 'The Commentary of the Two Jalals' is named after its two authors: Jalalu’d-Din al-Mahalli, who wrote half of it, and his student, Jalalu’d-Din as-Su~uti, one of the greatest Muslim scholars of all, who completed it after al-Mahalli’s death.
Up until now, the fundamental texts of the Islamic faith, apart from the notable exception of the Hadith of the Prophet, have remained out of reach of many Muslims and non-Muslims alike. This series aims to make widely available the leading exegetical works in translation for study and research in unabridged form, which are faithful to the letter and...
Complete with an analytical introduction and scholarly notes, piritual gems contains a detailed exposition of the methods and levels of scriptural interpretation used in this commentary and of the cognate ontological continuity between the levels of the human microcosm.
The Qur’an was revealed in the blessed month of Ramadan. As it is recited over the course of the month, Muslims are encouraged to develop a deeper connection with it by focusing on the recited text and maximizing their effort to understand its meaning.
In this important and timely work ElSayed Amin engages the Qur’an exegetical tradition to critique misreadings of the Qur’an that have been used to establish violence as the relational norm between Muslims and non-Muslims.
Based on valuable material from authentic tafasir in Arabic and Urdu, the book provides a thematic study of Surah Al-Imran. A commendable work, meeting the mindset and intellectual needs of the English-speaking young generation of Muslims in the West.
Renowned for its unique style, Ibn Ajiba’s commentary of the Qur’an, Al-Bahr al-Madid (The Vast Ocean) combines traditional exegesis with spiritual contemplation, exploring the inner meanings of the sacred text.