The Great Exegesis -Volume I-The Fatiha By Fakhr al-Din Razi
Author: Fakhr al-Din Razi
Book Binding: Paperback
Size: 9.2 x 6.2 inch
About This Book:
Fakhr al-Racket Razi's "The Incomparable Exposition, Volume I: The Fatiha" is a notable Islamic text. It examines the Fatiha, or first piece of the Quran. Razi starts by making sense of Fatiha's name. He asserts that 'Fatiha' implies 'starting' or 'opening.' It is so named on the grounds that it is the principal part of the Quran and it starts the request. Razi then, at that point, examines how the Fatiha is organized. It is separated into seven sections, each with its own topic.
'The street of those on whom Thou hast showered favor, not of the people who have stirred fury or who have wandered off,' says the seventh section. We appeal to God to hold us back from doing evil. Subsequently, the Fatiha helps us to remember God's adoration, may, and heading."
- In the initial refrain, it is written, 'for the sake of God, the Most Charitable, the Most Tolerant.' This shows God's generosity and love.
- The subsequent verse starts, 'Acclaim be to God, Ruler of the Universes.' It demonstrates that God is powerful and in order.
- In the third stanza, it expresses, 'The Most Charitable, the Most Lenient.' It fills in as a sign of God's decency and pardoning.
- In the fourth verse, it states, 'Expert of the Day of Judgment.' This expresses that God is the main adjudicator and that we will pay all due respects to Him for our activities.
- The fifth verse starts, 'You do we revere, and upon You do we call for help.' This implies that we depend on God since we are frail all alone.
- In the 6th refrain, it is said, 'Guide us to the right way.' We appeal to God for direction in remaining on the right track.