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An exegesis of the ninety-eighth chapter of the Noble Qur'an by Imam as-Sadi. His exegesis is widely regarded as being amongst the best and most moving for the layman to read.
An encouragement to do this noble act
The topic of tafseer is the most important topic of 'uloom al-Quran, since in many ways it is the primary goal of 'uloom al-Quran to understand and implement the Qur'aan properly. This has also been the first topic of 'uloom al-Quran to have been written on, and without a doubt the one in which most of the works in this field have been written about.
A Muslim believes in the sacredness of the Speech of Allah, as well as its honour and virtue that surpasses the speech of all others. He also believes that the Noble Qur'an is the Word of Allah, which no falsehood can approach, before it or behind it. Whoever speaks in accord with the Qur'an, has spoken the truth. Whoever judges according to it, has judged justly.
The Qur'an is Allah's way of communicating with us, of directly guiding us on his path. But has that communication actually occurred? Look at any college level "Communications" textbook, and it will tell you that the definition of "communication" is that a message is sent, and that message is received with the understanding that the sender intended.
"To stand in prayer during the nights of Ramadhân is referred to as Salât at-Tarâwîh (the Night Prayer). Linguistically, scholars have mentioned its meaning to be linked to the relaxing and enjoyable nature of this prayer...."
(Adapted from the works of the two Shaykhs ibn Bâz and ibn Uthaymîn rahimahumallâh)