Tafseer as-Sa'di (10 vol.)
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Författare: Shaykh Abdur Rahman Nasir as-Sa'di
Förlag: International Islamic Publishing House (IIPH)
Antal sidor: ca 6600 sidor i 10 volymer.
Information från bokförlaget:
For the first time in the English language, the complete translated version of the brilliant Tafseer As-Sa'di by Shaykh Abdur Rahman al-Sa'di (teacher of Shaykh Ibn Uthaymeen), rahimahumAllaah
Tafsir As-Sa'di is a straightforward, easy to read, easy to understand explanation of the meaning of Qur'anic Ayat and statements. In addition to the simplicity of Ibn Sa'di's writing, it is also articulate and eloquent.
Consequently, for those newly acquainted with Tafsir and those new to Islam, this Tafsir provides an uncomplicated, deep and insightful comprehension into the meaning and explanation of the Qur'an.
Each volume has glossary of Islamic terms and a detailed alphabetical index.
About The Author
Shaykh Abdur Rahman Nasir as-Sa'di was one of the foremost prominent scholars from the Arabian Peninsula. He was born in the city of 'Unaizah, Saudi Arabia, in the year 1309 AH (1885 CE).
He began studying Islam at an early age. He excelled in his studies to such an extent that his fellow students asked him to tutor them; thus, not only was he a student, but he was also a teacher at the same time.
He studied various Islamic sciences and disciplines from some of the leading scholars of that area, as well as some famous visiting scholars. He authored many works, which are in print today.
Shaykh as-Sa'di passed away in the year 1376 AH (1956 CE) at the age of 69, and was buried in the city of 'Unaizah.
About The Editor
Huda Khattab is a British-born Muslim writer who holds a BA (Hons.) degree in Arabic from the School of Oriental and African Studies (London University).
She is the author of The Muslim Women's Handbook and Stories from The Muslim World, and has also translated several books from Arabic.
Huda Khattab is married, and lives with her husband and children in Toronto, Canada.