The first modern interpretation of Quran in Algeria titled “Al-Durr Al-Thamin fi Tafsir Al-Kitab Al-Mubin” by Allameh Al-Tawati was published in the North African country.
AhlulBayt News Agency - The first modern interpretation of Quran in Algeria titled “Al-Durr Al-Thamin fi Tafsir Al-Kitab Al-Mubin” by Allameh Al-Tawati was published in the North African country.
According to Al-Shorouk website, the Dar-ol-Hikmah Publication Institute has published the new interpretation of the Holy Quran in twenty volumes.
In this work, the scholar has referred to all different interpretations of the Quran published so far and presented a comprehensive and precise work which also includes modern issues.
He has tried to provide an unprejudiced interpretation of jurisprudential issues in his Quranic work.
Sheikh Al-Tawati was born in 1943 in Laghouat. He was a student of Sheikh Mabrouk Kuwaisi and Isaa Abubakr. He became a member of Muslim Scholars Society in Algeria in 1952.
He has written many books in jurisprudence and principles of jurisprudence, language and Nahw (Arabic grammar).
A jurisprudential encyclopedia titled "Al-Mubsit fi Al-Fiqh Al-Maliki bil-Adillah” in five volumes and a "Al-Fiqh Al-Muqarin” (comparative jurisprudence) are also among the scholar’s works.
The scholar was honored for this valuable work in a ceremony held on December 20, 2015 at Imam Malik Mosque of Laghouat city in Algeria.
Intellectuals and representatives of different schools of thought attended the ceremony in which the contributions of the scholar in the field of Quran interpretation were lauded.