Tafsir al-Jalalayn

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Quranic exegesis


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Most famous

Sunni:
Tanwir al-Miqbas (~800)
Tafsir al-Tabari (~922)
Tafsir al-Kabir (1149-1209).
Tafsir al-Qurtubi (~1273)
Tafsir ibn Kathir (~1370)
Tafsir al-Jalalayn (1460–1505)
Maariful Quran (1897–1976)

Shi'a:
Tafsir Imam al-Sadiq (~750)
Tafsir Ayyashi (~920)
Tafsir Qomi (~920)
Al-Tibbyan Fi Tafsir al-Quran (<1067)
Majma al-Bayan (~1150)
Makhzan al-Irfan (1877–1983)
Tafsir al-Mizan (1892–1981)

Ahmadiyya:
Tafseer-e-Kabeer
Haqā'iq al-Furqān

Sunni tafsir

Tafsir al-Baghawi
Tafsir al-Kabir
Dur al-Manthur
Tadabbur-i-Quran
Tafhim-ul-Quran

Shi'a tafsir

Tafsir Furat Kufi (~900)
Tafsir Safi (<1680)
Al-Burhan Fi Tafsir al-Quran
Holy Quran (puya)
Al-Bayan Fi Tafsir al-Quran

Mu'tazili tafsir

Al-Kashshaf

Ahmadi tafsir

Tafseer-e-Kabeer
Haqā'iq al-Furqān
The English Commentary of the Holy Quran

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Tafsīr al-Jalālayn (Tafsir of the two Jalals) is a classical Sunni tafsir of the Qur'an, composed first by Jalal ad-Din al-Mahalli in 1459 and then completed by his student Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti in 1505, thus its name, which means "Tafsir of the two Jalals". It is recognised as one of the most popular exegeses of the Qur'an today,[1] due to its simple style[1] and its conciseness: It being only one volume in length. An English translation by Aisha Bewley was published in 2007.

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  1. ^ a b http://main.altafsir.com/Al-Jalalayn.asp ''Tafsir al-Jalalayn'', Altafsir.com, accessed 16 March 2014

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