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Tafsir as-Sa’di Printed in English

September 10, 2012 by Islamic Literary Foundation Press

We know that we have been away for a while, and now you know why.  The first volume of Tafsir as-Sa’di is now available in English. We will once again start to upload articles and translations on the blog, while we continue to work on other projects. We would like to thank first and foremost Allah for allowing us to work on this project and then The Islamic Literary Foundation for printing it. We would also like to thank them for permitting us to use their name for this Blog.

The Book is hardcover with around 700 pages. It is a tafsir of the first 6 Surahs, which covers around 8 1/2 Juz. The size of the book is 7 x 10.

Pick up a copy and let us know what you think.



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In this work, ibn Mundhir, relates all those points of Islamic Jurisprudence which all the scholars have agreed on.

About Ibn Mundhiar:

Adh-Dhahabi said, “The unique scholar of hadith and jurisprudence, and the Shaykh of the Haram, the one who authored books, the likes of which have never been written.”

An-Nawawi said, “The famous imam and one of the imams of Islam. Everyone has agreed to the fact that he was an imaam, virtuous, and very knowledgeable both in the field of hadith and fiqh…He is at the highest level of knowledge when it comes to which hadiths are authentic and which ones are weak.”

As-Subki said, “The imaam, Abu Bakr an-Nisaaboori, the one who resided in Makkah and one of the great scholars of this Nation. He was an imaam, a mujtahid, a haafidh, and extremely pious.”

Ibn Hajar said, “The hafidh, the great scholar, the author of many works. He was upright and truthful from what I know.”

Ibn Khalkaan said, “He was a faqih and an absolute scholar.”


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