Al-Hashr, 6

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Al-Hashr is the chapter 59 of the Qur'an, and this article is about its sixth verse, a verse related to the controversies of the land of Fadak.



This verse is said to be relevant to the land of Fadak. The words translated as "restored", "afaa", is related to Fay:

Sunni view[edit]

Fakhr al-Din al-Razi, a 13th century Sunni Islamic scholar writes with regards to this verse:

Other Sunni tafsir that confirm Fadak was Fay property include:[3]

However, as opposed to all other Sunni historians, Shah Waliullah[4] and Ibn Taymiyyah [5] do not accept that Fadak was in possession of Muhammad.

Shibli Nomani, a 20th century Sunni Islamic scholar writes:

Shi'a view[edit]

Mahdi Puya, a 20th century Shi'a twelver Islamic scholar writes regarding this verse:


  1. ^ Tafsir Kabir, v8, p125, and Tafsir Muraghi, under the commentary of Sura Al-Hashr
  2. ^ Tafsir al-Kabir, Vol. 10, page 506
  3. ^ :: Fadak; The property of Fatima al-Zahra [as]
  4. ^ Quratul Ain p228
  5. ^ Minhaj al-Sunnah, Dhikr of Fadak
  6. ^ Al-Faruq Vol. 2, Page 289 & 290
  7. ^ Quran (puya) on [1]