İbnu’l-Arabî and His Exegesis/Quran Commentary Ahkâmu’l-Quran
The Quran is a holy book revealed to the Prophet through Gabriel (Cebrail) by Allah to lead people to the right path and guidance. This book has been interpreted in every century, especially in Asr-ı saadet, and he was the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) who first interpreted the Qur'an. One of the Qur'anic commentary, which is widely accepted for the benefit of humanity, especially in the African region and in the malikians, but which is not known in the geography we live in, is undoubtedly the “Ahkamu'l - Qur'ân” commentary written by Abu Bakr Ibn al-Arabi. We wanted to study on an article on the “Ahkâm Al-Qur'an” and its author, Ibnu'l-Arabi, which is considered as one of the basic Islamic jurisprudence of the Maliki sect. In the first part of our article, we tried to give a brief information about Ibn Al-Arabi's name, his life, his period, his scientific personality, his teachers, his students and his works. In the second part, we tried to explain the interpretation and methodology of our commentaries with examples. Thus, we will make a contribution to the fact that the Muslims living in our geography have information about the famous Mâlikî scribe İbnu sahl-Arabî and his exegesis Ahkâmül-Kur'an, as well as young academicians who want to study in this field.

Exegesis (Tafsir), Quran, Ahkamu-l-Quran, Ibnu'l-Arabi, Malikî