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Abu Sa'id On Surat Ikhlas.
« on: March 15, 2015, 04:13:32 PM »
   :salam:
While commenting on Chapter 112 (Surat Ikhlas) of the Holy Qur'an, Sayyadi Abu Sa'id al-Kharraz, may Allah be Merciful to him, said "The first thing Allah [Exalted be His Name] calls His servants to is to profess His Unity (Kalima Wahida). Whoever comprehends this has understood that which follows it, which is His saying, "ALLAH". Have you not seen how He said, "SAY, HE IS ALLAH"? This suffices the people of Divine Realities (ahl al haqa'iq).

 Then He added an elucidation for the elect (khass), and said, "ONE", and added [another] elucidation [for them] and said, "THE ETERNAL". Thereafter, He added an elucidation for the commoners (amm) and said, "HE DOES NOT BEGET, NOR WAS HE BEGOTTEN, AND THERE IS NONE LIKE UNTO HIM." So the people of Divine Realities suffice with His Name, Allah, while these elucidations are in place for people lower than them in spiritual rank."

 Source: HAQA'IQ AL-TAFSIR, by
 Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Sulami (d. 1021).
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