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Mafatih al-Ghayb (Arabic: مفاتيح الغيب, lit.'Keys to the Unknown'), usually known as al-Tafsir al-Kabir (Arabic: التفسير الكبير, lit.'The Large Commentary'), is a classical Islamic tafsir book, written by the twelfth-century Persian Islamic theologian and philosopherMuhammad ibn Umar Fakhr al-Din al-Razi. The book is an exegesis and commentary on the Qur'an. At 32 volumes, it is even larger than the 28-volume Tafsir al-Tabari. It is not unusual for modern works to use it as a reference.
One of [his] major concerns was the self-sufficiency of the intellect. [...] [He] believed [that] proofs based on tradition (hadith) could never lead to certainty (yaqin) but only to presumption (zann), a key distinction in Islamic thought. [...] [However] his acknowledgement of the primacy of the Qur'an grew with his years. [...] [Al-Razi's rationalism] undoubtedly holds an important place in the debate in the Islamic tradition on the harmonization of reason and revelation. In his later years, he also showed interest in mysticism, although this never formed a significant part of his thought.
MuftiMuhammad Taqi Usmani has written:
Just as Tafsir Ibn Kathir is the most concise and matchless exegesis from a narrative point of view, so also there is no parallel to Tafsir Kabir in relation to sciences of Reason. Some people have passed a funny remark on this exegesis (In it, there is everything except exegesis). But the fact is that this remark is cruelly unjust to this book because this book has no equal in interpretation of the meanings of the Qurān. The prominent features of this book are:
- Imam Razi had written this exegesis up to Sūrah al-Fatḥ when he died. Hence, after this Surah another scholar Qāḍi Shahāb-ud-dīn bin Khalīl al-Khaulī, al-Damashqī (died 639 AH) or Shaikh Najm-ud-dīn Aḥmad bin Al-Qamūli (died 777 AH) completed it. It is so marvellously done and the style of Imām Rāzi has been so thoroughly maintained that anyone not aware of this fact would never suspect that this was written by someone other than Imām Rāzi.
- The explanation, grammatical composition, and background of revelation, and all the narrations related to them have been described by Imām Rāzi in an organised manner with clarity and detail. Thus, the number of sayings in explanation of a particular verse are reproduced together and easily observed. In other exegeses these discussions are generally scattered or disorganised, due to which it becomes time-consuming. But in Tafsīr Kabīr they can be found at one place and very well organised.
- He has described the grandeur and majesty of the Qurān in detail.
- The legal injunctions relating to a verse have been described with detailed reasons.
- Any interpolations introduced by the erring sects and intellectuals in the meaning of any verse has been described in full and then refuted with detailed arguments. In this way it contains in it strong refutation of all the erring sects of his time, namely, Jahmiyyah, Muʿtazilah, Mujassimah [ar], Ibāhiyyah, etc.
- A very specific feature of Tafsīr Kabīr to which very little attention has been paid is the description of the link between the verses of the Qurān. It is a fact that the reason for a link and affinity between the verses as described by him is so casual, appealing and reasonable that not only it imparts a sense of satisfaction but also an ecstatic feeling of elegance and grandeur of the Qurān.
- Qurānic injunctions and their mysteries and expediences have been very beautifully highlighted.
In short, Tafsīr Kabīr is a very concise exegesis and my personal experience is that whenever I have found a difficulty, it has guided me to the right answer. [...] However, certain things must be kept in mind in connection with this exegesis:
- The narrations of Tafsīr Kabīr, like other exegeses, are a collection of strong and weak together.
- Occasionally Imām Rāzi has adopted a view different from that of other commentators. For instance, he has rejected the authentic tradition [...] (Ibrahim did not tell a lie except on three occasions).
MuftiMuhammad Taqi Usmani has also written in his autobiography:
The reality is that the systematic way in which Imam Razi (may Allah’s mercy be upon him) has presented Tafsir-related issues is unparalleled in any other Tafsir. It is true that he has elucidated upon Kalam-related matters in elaborate details, but he has done so after clarifying the Tafsir-related discussions, and this was also the need of his times. But this cannot be used to downplay the value of his Tafsir in any way. Especially with regards to the topic of the arrangement of the Noble Qur'aan and the mutual connections between its verses, his explanations are rather satisfactory most of the time.
Maulana Sayyid Muhammad Yoosuf Binnori has written in his article Yateematu-l-Bayaan that his reverend teacher Sayyid Muhammad Anwar Shah Kashmiri used to say:
Of all the difficult things in the Qur'an, I did not find any difficulty which Imam Razi had not dealt with. It is another matter that sometimes he could not present a solution to the difficulties as could satisfy the soul.
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- ^'Qur'anic Studies - An Introduction to the Science of Tafsir'. Archived from the original on 2006-11-14.
- ^John Cooper (1998), 'al-Razi, Fakhr al-Din (1149-1209)', Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Routledge, retrieved 7 March 2010
- ^Justice Mufti Mohammad Taqi Usmani (2000). Rafiq Abdur Rehman (ed.). An Approach to the Qurānic Sciences (Uloom ul-Qurān). Translated by Dr. Mohammad Swaleh Siddiqui. Karachi: Darul Isha'at. p. 516.
In the Name of Allah and Blessings and Peace Upon the Final Messenger Muhammad (Sallallahu 'Alayhi Wa Sallam)
Al-Razi's Al-Tafsir Al-Kabir In English, Just Published
The Great Exegesis(Mafatih al-Ghayb)
Volume 1: The Fatiha
By Fakhr Al-Din Razi
Translated By Shoaib Saeed
Foreword By M A S Abdel Haleem
Paperback 501 Pages
Size: 234 x 156 mm
Publisher: The Royal Aal Al-Bayt Institute For Islamic Thought & The Islamic Texts Society (ITS)
About The Book
Al-Tafsir al-Kabir: This is the work of Imam Fakhr al-din al-Razi (died 606 Hijrah). Its real name is Mafatih al-Ghayb, but is popularly known as Tafsir Kabir'. He is an imam of the theology of Islam, therefore, great emphasis has been laid in his Tafsir on rational and scholastic debates and on the refutation of false sects'.
But, the truth is that this Tafsir is, in its own way, a unique key to the Qur'an as well. Furthermore, the pleasing way in which the meanings of the Qur'an have been clarified and the mutual link of the Qur'anic verses established, is all too praise-worthy.
Most likely, Imam Razi himself wrote down his Tafsir as far as Surah al-Fath. Onwards from there, he could not complete. So, the remaining part of the tafseer, from Surah al-Fatiha to the end, was completed by Qadi Shihab al-Din ibn Khalil al-Khawli al-Dimashqi (died 639 Hijrah) or Shaykh Najm al-Din Ahmad ibn Muhammad al-Qamuli (died 777 Hijrah). (Kashaf al-Zunun v. 2, p. 477)
This work gives a thorough understanding of the most commonly recited chapter of the Qur’an - 'Al-Fatiha'.
The Great Exegesis, also known as Mafatih al-Ghayb is a famous classical book written by Fakhr Al-Din Razi in sixth century AH (twelfth century AD). It is a well-known tafsir of Qur'an which is widely used for reference till today by the scholars and students alike.
The present work is the first ever translation into English from Mafatih al-Ghayb and deals with 'Surah Fatiha', the first chapter of the Holy Qur'an. It is a compendium of Qur’anic sciences and meanings, Arabic linguistics, comparative jurisprudence, Aristotelian and Islamic philosophy, dialectic theology and the spirituality of Sufism.
Muhammad ibn 'Umar ibn al-Hasan ibn al-Husayn Abu 'Abd Allah al-Qurashi, al-Bakri, al-Taymi, al-Tabaristani al-Shafi'i, known as Ibn al-Khatib and as Fakhr al-Din al-Razi (543-606), Shaykh al-Islam, the imam of the learned scholars of kalam and the foundations of belief, a major jurist of the Shafi'i school, specialist of usul, Commentator of the Qur'an, Philologist, genealogist, heresiographer, logician, Mathematician, Astronomer and physician.
'An ocean that contains more pearls than the ocean.' The principal spokesman of Ahl al-Sunnah in his time, he refuted all the sects with which he came into contact, particularly the multifarious groups of the Mu'tazila, Shi'a, and Hashwiyya as well as the Jews and Christians. A student of his father Khatib al-Rayy Diya' al-Din 'Umar and Majd al-Din al-Jili al-Maraghi principally, then Abu Muhammad al-Baghawi and Kamal al-Din al-Simnani, he memorized early on Imam al-Haramayn's work in kalam entitled al-Shamil.
He began his scholarly career in poverty and died at sixty-three at the height of fame and wealth, poisoned, it is said, by the Karramiyya of Herat who were envious of his great following among the princes of Khurasan.
He travelled widely before settling in Herat (in modern Afghanistan). The author of more than 100 books (on subjects as diverse as medicine, mineralogy, and grammar), he gained fame and wealth through his scholarship and skill in debate, in which he often presented unorthodox views fully and favourably before refuting them.
Though this led to accusations of heresy, it has preserved information about little-known sects. His works include one of the major commentaries on the Qur'an, The Keys to the Unknown (or The Great Commentary), and Collection of the Opinions of Ancients and Moderns.
About The Translator
Sohaib Saeed is director of the Centre for Advanced Study of the Quran and its Interpretation (CASQI). He is a graduate of philosophy (University of Edinburgh) and Islamic theology (Al-Azhar), with specialism in Qur’anic studies. He took his PhD at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
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