The majority including Ibn Abbaas, Qataada, Mujaahid and As-Suddi,
Muhammad ibn Jaabir (implied, according to Dr. Al-Husayni),
Al-Qaasim ibn Salaam,
Ibn Hazm Al-Andalusi,
Abdullah ibn Al-Husayn and Yahya ibn Al-Husayn aka Al-Haadi (according to Aş-Şa`di),
As-Suyooti (in one opinion in his Itqaan book),
Muhammad Al-Khudhari (Bek), according to Jamaal `Ataaya,
Dr. Mustafa Zayd,
Dr. Abdullah Ahmad Al-Husayni (implied),
Ali Hasan Al-Areedh,
Supreme Council on Islamic Affairs (Egypt),
Dr. Mannaa` Al-Qattaan.
Mujaahid (according to Al-Jabri),
Al-Fakhr Ar-Raazi, Az-Zamakhshari (implied),
Al-Mansoor Billah (who said it was the other way around, according to Aş-Şa`di),
As-Suyooti (implied by a second opinion in his exegesis, per Al-Ghaali, page 106),
Shah Waliullah Dehlvi,
Muhammad Abduh and M. Rasheed Ridha,
Muhammad Al-Khudhari (Bek), according to Haani Taahir and Al-Jabri,
Basheer-ud-Deen Mahmood and Dr. Husayn An-Naqeeb (according to Haani Taahir),
Muhammad Al-Madani and Mahmood Shaltoot (according to Nada),
Dr. Ahmad Hijaazi As-Saqqa,
Dr. Muhammad Saalih Ali Mustafa,
M. M. Nada,
Dr. N.A. Tantaawi,
Ihab Hasan Abduh.
Dr. Ali Jum`a,
Dr. Muhammad Al-Bahiyy.
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