Abu Hafs an-Nasafi
أبو حفص النسفي
|Title||Najm al-Din (The star of religion), Mufti al-Thaqalayn|
|Died||1142 (aged 74–75)|
|Region||Transoxiana and Samarqand|
|Main interest(s)||Islamic Jurisprudence, Tafsir, Hadith, Theology (Kalam), History|
|Notable work(s)||Al-Aqeedah al-Nasafiyya, Tafsir-e Nasafi|
Najm ad-Dīn Abū Ḥafṣ ‘Umar ibn Muḥammad an-Nasafī (Arabic: نجم الدين أبو حفص عمر بن محمد النسفي; 1067–1142) was a Muslim jurist, theologian, mufassir, muhaddith and historian. A Persian scholar born in Uzbekistan, he wrote mostly in Arabic.
He authored around 100 books in Hanafi jurisprudence, theology, Quran exegesis, Hadith and history. One of his famous books is Al-Aqeedah al-Nasafiyya in Sunni Islam creed, on which Al-Taftazani wrote his famous commentary. Some of his famous works in Arabic include Al-Taysir fi 'Elm al-Tafsir, Talabah al-Talabah, Al-Qand fi Zikr 'Ulama'e Samarqand, and Manzumah al-Jame' al-Saghir. Both Al-Dhahabi and Al-Sama'ani reported on his works.
He authored a famous Quran exegesis in Persian, called Tafsir-e Nasafi.
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