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Dec 5th, 2012, 08:14 AM #1----
The most scholarly and rational quranic tafseer so far by allama Ghulam ahmed parwez marhoom.
The main thing about this tafseer is that it is based upon study of various sciences, religions, history and languages etc.
The over whelming feature of this tafseer is how arabic words got their meanings and how they were used by arabs and how the quranic context points out the meanings of the words.
All tafaseer suffer from mistakes and lack of understanding of concepts but this tafseer though not free of these faults is greatest work ever produced on the quran so far.
This tafseer has to be the basis for any future tafaseer if the quran is to be understood yet better. This study must be under taken by all muslims who wish to see islam as the universal way of life in our world.
Sectarian mullahs or secular extemists stand no chance before rational approach of sir syed, iqbal and parwez. The great defenders of quranic islam.
You can only realise this once you have gone through the tafseer. You will no longer be an ignorant fool dancing on tune of ignorant mullahs and secularists because you will become a thinking human being. Not only that but you will also become a learned muslim who wishes to learn more, not the one with personal blind faith but with universal message that cannot be challenged.
If you learn things from this study please, translate the message into english and other languages as well for those who do not understand urdu.
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