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Tarikh Al Tabari

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Abu Ja'far Mohammad Ibn Jarir Al Tabari (AD839-923) composed an unparalleled historical chronicle, the “Tarikh al-Rusul wal-Muluk” (History of the Prophets and Kings), which, over time, came to simply be known as the “Tarikh Al Tabari”. Besides this ...
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These include Tabari (d.310/923), author of the famous tafsir: Jami' al-bayan 'an ta'wil ay al-Qur'an and Tarikh al-Rusul wal Muluk, Muzani, Abu Thawr and Abu Sulayman Dawud ibn Khalaf al-Isfahani (d.270/884), founder of the Zahirite school [2] .
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To his credit Watt, at least in Muhammad at Mecca (1953), admitted that Quranic scholars always insisted Surat Al-Najm was Meccan and had lived at the end of the Meccan period, which corresponds to the historical time of the Night Journey.

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