عنوان مقاله [English]
The possibility of interpreting of the Qur'an by a non-Imam person, is one of the topics that Fatuni has discussed and summarized its relevant narratives in the preface of the Mera'at al-Anwar. Based on a lot of narratives, he claims that the Qur'an knowledge is completely specific to Ahl-al-beyt, and without their guidance and the God favor, others will not understand even the descent and the appearance of the Qur'an, let alone its interpretation and inwardness. In the next step, by addressing some verses and traditions that invite believers to Qur'an and reflection to it, and by mentioning those Ahl-al-beyt companions who have been the Qur'an interpreter, he considers the possibility of Quran interpretation and explanation by those who are the students of the Imams and learn from them the principles of interpretation. The author of this article, in the first step, completes the Fatuni`s first claim, and according to traditions accepted by him, attributes even the little understanding of Imams's opponents of the Qur'an to imams themselves and provide a more comprehensive explanation of the related narratives. in the next step, the author discusses that the method of Fatuni` reasoning to prove the possibility of Qur'an interpretation by Imams's disciples is incomplete and provides further proofs.