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Tafseer Ibn Abbas Urdu
Mufassir e Azam Tarjuman ul Qur'an Hadhrat Abdullah Ibn Abbas
Lebab Naqul Fi Asbab al Nuzul (Urdu)
Of Imam Alamah Jalaluddin Suyuti
Tarjuma Qur'an Hakim Hazrat Maulana Fateh Mohamed Jallendhri
Tarjuma Tafseer wa muqaddimah, Muhammad Ahmadd Atif
Makki Darul Kutub, Pakistan
Hardback, 3 Volumes
This book is narrations that are related from the great companion who was known for his extensive knowledge and understanding of the Qur’an, Abdullahi Ibn ‘Abbas.
It also includes Lebab Naqul Fi Asbab
al Nuzul (Urdu)
Abdullah was the son of Abbas, an uncle of the noble Prophet. He was born just three years before the Hijrah. When the Prophet died, Abdullah was thus only thirteen years old When he was born, his mother took him to the blessed Prophet who put some of his saliva on the babe's tongue even before he began to suckle. This was the beginning of the close and intimate tie between Abbas and the Prophet that was to be part of a life-long love and devotion.
When Abdullah reached the age of discretion, he attached himself to the service of the Prophet. He would run to fetch water for him when he wanted to make wudu. During Salat, he would stand behind the Prophet in prayer and when the Prophet went on journeys or expeditions, he would follow next in line to him. Abdullah thus became like the shadow of the Prophet, constantly in his company.
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