Muhammad b. al-Hasan al-Fattal al-Nayshaburi
|Full Name||Muhammad b. Hasan al-Fattal al-Nayshaburi|
|Professors||Hasan b. 'Ali al-Fattal (his father) • al-Shaykh al-Tusi • Sayyid Murtada 'Alam al-Huda|
|Students||Ibn Shahrashub • Ali b. Hasan al-Nayshaburi|
|Works||Rawdat al-wa'izin • al-Tanwir fi ma'am al-tafsir|
Muḥammad b. Ḥasan al-Fattāl al-Nayshābūrī (Arabic:محمد بن حسن الفتّال النیشابوري)(d. 508/1114), known as Ibn Fattāl (إبن فتّال) and Ibn al-Fārsī (إبن الفارسي), was among Shi'a scholars of 5th/11th and 6th/12th century. He was among Ibn Shahr Ashub's sources of hadiths and transmitted hadiths from al-Shaykh al-Tusi and al-Sharif al-Murtada. He wrote two books called Rawdat al-wa'idin and al-Tanwir fi ma'ani al-tafsir. Also, some have attributed Munis al-hazin to him. Al-Fattal al-Nayshaburi was killed by Shihab al-Islam. He is mentioned as martyr.
There are two problems About Fattal:
Some have mentioned his name as Muhammad b. Hasan and some as Muhammad b. Ali and some others Muhammad b. Ahmad and even Ibn Shahrashub mentioned two names for him. On the opposite, some great biographers have considered these names referring to the same person and it seems that it is close to the truth.
Meaning of Fattal
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