عمل النّبيّ ﷺ تفسيراً للآية: دراسة تأصيلية تطبيقية
Interpretation of the Qur’ānic Verses through Acts of the Holy Prophet: An Applied and Deductive Approach
This research is meant to collect and study a set of Aḥādith contained within the framework of the Prophet’s interpretation, which are actual practical Aḥādith that have a direct and explicit interpretation. It is one of the greatest of what cares and uses it in the interpretation of the words of Allah Almighty. Since these Aḥādith are important, no one compiled them, nor was there anyone who took care to extract the facts and the interpretive aspects of them. The researcher sought to achieve this within the limits of the study. The researcher has used the descriptive, analytical, and deductive method. The study results that the rules of interpretation are the most important factors determining the interpretation of the words of Allah Almighty, both in general rules and in the preponderance rules. That deducing these rules is not limited to books of interpretation, but can be done from books of language, rhetoric, origins, or others. What is meant by the prophetic exegesis: the direct and explicit interpretation of the verse and the same are equal to words, deeds, and the report. When the prophetic ḥadith is received, no one is heeded, unless there is any external evidence that it may contain some other meanings. The study recommends paying attention to studying these Aḥādith and their meaning.
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