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For the last three centuries, this family has produced generation after generation of renowned religious scholars in Azerbaijan Iran.
His father died in The orphaned child grew up in Tabriz, and after completing his religious educa- tion there, aroundhe went to Najaf Iraqthe most important center of Shia religious learning.
These two were among the most prominent scholars in the Shia world.
They were among the most prominent scholars not only in the fields of Shia jurisprudence and mian of jurisprudence, but in all Islamic subjects. Their opinions and theories are still followed today. He was a well-respected authority on religious subjects of jurisprudence and its fundamentals; a philosopher of independent views and new theories; and an inspired model of ethical and spiritual perfection.
He not only taught morality, but also lived it. Yet it is also correct to state that his scholarship was overshadowed by his fame and prestige misan a philosopher and a spiritual man. There he spent his time teaching higher philosophy to willing disciples—but it was a small place for his talents. May God bestow His mercy on him.
This book is a comparative study of Islamic philosophy mizzan various modern anti-Islamic schools of thoughts, especially Marxism. May God the Almighty rest his soul in peace.
This left tegsiri big void in the original criteria of WOFIS for a long period of time after the English volume 12 was published. The same was published most recently. By the grace of God, we have successfully published English volumes 14 and 25 to The original rendering tefsiro Arabic is replete with academic, philosophical and metaphysical terms and discussions and the translator has discharged his responsibility diligently while taking great care to ensure that the original idea is rendered into English according to his abilities and in the most faithful manner.
We would also like to thank Dr. Amina Inloes for undertaking the editing tasks of our new publications in an ideal and professional manner. We pray to God the Twfsiri to reward all those who have worked and contributed in this endeavor and to help us complete the rest of the volumes in a short span of time.
Tawheed Institute Australia, the publisher of al-Mizan English volume 14 and onwards, wishes to clarify and add to the explanation of certain verses as follows:. And as to those [women] on whose part you fear desertion, admonish them, and [if that does not make any difference, then] tfsiri them alone in the sleeping-places and [if that does not make any difference, then] strike them.
An Exegesis of the Holy Qur’an
This is one of the verses that the opponents of Islam and proponents of women’s rights have singled out in order to invalidate the ordinances of the Qur’an.
The literal and apparent meaning of the word ” yadribuhunna ” used in the verse is “strike them” or “beat them” but the word has other meanings and the correct and appropriate meaning should be applied to conform to the verse contextually and according to the broader Qur’anic teachings. For a detail study of this verse and the specific clause “strike them” please refer to the following article on the internet: As for the adulteress and the adulterer, flog each of them, giving a hundred stripes, and let not pity for them detain you in the matter of Allah’s religion, if you believe in Allah and the Last Day, and let a group of believers witness their chastisement.
Like all other Monotheistic religions and traditions, Islam condemns adultery.
The above verses and other hefsiri show how firmly the Qur’an forbids adultery and the punishment stipulated is a hundred lashes for each adulterer. It is even more important that the Qur’an requires solid evidence of the adultery to disprove false accusations.
However, some commentators of the Qur’an, when explaining the above verse But the Qur’an does not stipulate stoning as punishment for any group of people — whether mlzan or married. Stoning was actually an inherent custom in the Mosaic law of Jewish communities living in Medina at that time. It is most likely that the ordinance of flogging was revealed as a deterring punishment to replace the practice of stoning.
Unfortunately, stoning became part of the shari’ah law through the controversial interpretation of Sunni and Shi’ite traditions but not through the Qur’an. Misan shall endeavor to add the clarification of more verses to this page as deemed necessary. This is a community funded project.
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Twfsiri over to the Tawheed Institute to see how you could lend support. Download eBooks for some of the volumes from the iTunes store. Tawheed Institute Australia, the publisher of al-Mizan English volume 14 and onwards, wishes to clarify and add to the explanation of certain verses as follows: Read More Regarding verse 4: