(A: -1) INTRODUCTION OF IMAM AL- JASSAS AL RAZI, AND METHODALOGY HIS TAFSEER, AHKAM- UL- QURAN. ترجمة الإمام الجصاص الرازي ومنهجه فی تفسیر احکام القران

Main Article Content

Dr.Sardar Ali
Imdad Ullah
Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim


Imam Abu Bakr al-Jassas Hanafi (may God bless him and grant him peace) is counted among the great exegetes and jurisprudents of the Hanafi jurisprudence in the 4th century. He was born in the famous city of Rey. He received his primary education according to the traditions of his native village and then moved to Baghdad, which was the capital of the Abbasid Empire and the center of civilization, cultural activities, and various sciences and arts. He acquired knowledge from the scholar Abul Hasan Karkhi and became one of his special and popular students. He went to Nishapur on the order of the Prophet and reached Isbahan after acquiring knowledge from Jalil-ul-Qadar. after the acquisition of knowledge, he reached Isbahan, and there he benefited from great scholars like Imam Tabarani, Abdullah bin Jafar As-Subhani, and Abu al-Haq Ibrahim bin Ali Shirazi. He was skilled in other popular sciences and was considered as an Imam. Imam Dhahabi has counted him among the guardians of Hadith and it is written about him that he is an Imam, Mujtahaddar, and Mufti. He has rendered valuable services in terms of teaching, ifta compilation, and authorship. He has written reviews of many books on hadith and jurisprudence and passed away at the age of 65 years in 370 AH in Baghdad. His book 'Ahkam al-Qur'an' has a unique position among the Hanafi jurists in particular and in general among the jurists of other Masalik jurists. are  Abu Bakr Jisas was a Hanafi scholar, so in this commentary, we find a large number of arguments of Hanafi jurisprudence in jurisprudence Your style in this commentary is that after mentioning the name of the surah in the list, you divide the jurisprudence rulings found in this surah into chapters. Chapters and chapters of the list mention zikr. In the chapter or section of the list, the words "Meaning or Zikr" have been used frequently. You should use Quranic verses, hadiths of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) to explain the verses in your commentary records mention the sayings of the companions and followers as well as the sayings of the ancient scholars. The sayings of Imam Abu Hanifa, Imam Abu Yusuf, and Imam Muhammad have been especially explained in this commentary. In the interpretation of the verses, they mention the Qur'anic verses, the prophetic hadiths, and the sayings of the Imams as well as rational arguments so that they can be used with reason. It is possible. The commentators have discussed with great zeal the verses of the Qur'an that directly infer jurisprudential issues in the precepts of the Qur'an. People's objections are answered satisfactorily. Answers to the objections of science and philosophy on Islam have been given in the light of rational and Imam Jisas wrote simulated arguments. This commentary is in the background of jurisprudential debates, legal difficulties, and problems of the 4th century Hijri. Although some of these debates no longer exist, the importance of the discussions and arguments presented in these debates is still relevant.

Article Details

How to Cite
Ali, D., Imdad Ullah, & Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim. (2023). (A: -1) INTRODUCTION OF IMAM AL- JASSAS AL RAZI, AND METHODALOGY HIS TAFSEER, AHKAM- UL- QURAN.: ترجمة الإمام الجصاص الرازي ومنهجه فی تفسیر احکام القران. Journal of Arabic, University of Karachi, 1(2), 1–14. Retrieved from https://arabicuok.com/index.php/joa/article/view/19
Author Biography

Dr.Sardar Ali, Assistant profeser Department of Islamic Studies Qurtuba University of Science information and Teachnology Peshawer.