Abu al-Barakat al-Nasafi (Arabic: أبو البركات النسفي‎), was an eminent Hanafi scholar, Qur'an exegete (mufassir), and a Maturidi theologian. He is perhaps best known for his Tafsir Madarik al-Tanzil wa Haqa'iq al-Ta'wil (Arabic: مدارك التنزيل وحقائق التأويل‎, lit. 'The Perceptions of Revelation and the Truths of Interpretation'). He successfully worked in different branches of Islamic studies such as tafsir, fiqh and kalam. For his contribution to Islamic sciences he was given an honorable title of Hafiz al-Din (Protector of the Religion). Some scholars ranked him as mujtahid in Hanafi fiqh.

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  • Abu al-Barakat al-Nasafi (Arabic: أبو البركات النسفي‎), was an eminent Hanafi scholar, Qur'an exegete (mufassir), and a Maturidi theologian. He is perhaps best known for his Tafsir Madarik al-Tanzil wa Haqa'iq al-Ta'wil (Arabic: مدارك التنزيل وحقائق التأويل‎, lit. 'The Perceptions of Revelation and the Truths of Interpretation'). He was one of the foremost figures of the classical period of Hanafi jurisprudence and one of the major scholars of the Maturidi school in the Sunni tradition, which developed in parallel with Hanafiyya, who made a tremendous contribution in the field of Islamic sciences in Central Asia, especially to the dissemination of the Hanafian order and teachings of the Maturidi school in the Islamic world and left a great amount of scientific heritage. He successfully worked in different branches of Islamic studies such as tafsir, fiqh and kalam. For his contribution to Islamic sciences he was given an honorable title of Hafiz al-Din (Protector of the Religion). He was praised by 'Abd al-Hayy al-Lucknawi, and Ibn Hajar al-'Asqalani described him as the 'Allamah of the World, and Ibn Taghribirdi gave him the honorable title of "Shaykh al-Islam". Some scholars ranked him as mujtahid in Hanafi fiqh. (en)
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  • Hafiz al-Din ("Protector of the Religion") (en)
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  • Izaj, or Nasaf (en)
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  • 710 (xsd:integer)
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  • Died in Baghdad, and was buried in Izaj (en)
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  • Tafsir, Fiqh , Usul al-Fiqh, Usul al-Din, Aqidah, Kalam , Tawhid, Hadith studies (en)
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  • Madarik al-Tanzil wa Haqa'iq al-Ta'wil (en)
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  • Ma Wara' al-Nahr , Transoxiana (en)
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  • Hafiz al-Din (en)
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  • Abu al-Barakat al-Nasafi (Arabic: أبو البركات النسفي‎), was an eminent Hanafi scholar, Qur'an exegete (mufassir), and a Maturidi theologian. He is perhaps best known for his Tafsir Madarik al-Tanzil wa Haqa'iq al-Ta'wil (Arabic: مدارك التنزيل وحقائق التأويل‎, lit. 'The Perceptions of Revelation and the Truths of Interpretation'). He successfully worked in different branches of Islamic studies such as tafsir, fiqh and kalam. For his contribution to Islamic sciences he was given an honorable title of Hafiz al-Din (Protector of the Religion). Some scholars ranked him as mujtahid in Hanafi fiqh. (en)
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