Mujaahid (in one report according to Al-Ghaali), Ikrima, Ad-Dhahhaak and As-Suddi,
`Aamir ibn Shuraaheel Ash-Sha`bi (according to An-Nahhaas and Makki),
Abu-Ali (Al-Jabaa'i?) (according to Aş-Şa`di),
Ibn Hazm Al-Andalusi,
Abul-Qaasim Hibatullah Ibn Salaama.
The majority, according to Al-Khazraji,
Ibn `Umar (quoted by Al-Ghaali),
Ibn Abbaas (implied by another report quoted by Al-Ghaali),
`Ubaada ibn Aş-Şaamit (implied, quoted by Al-Ghaali),
Abu`Ubayd (implied, quoted by Al-Qurtubi),
Ibrahim An-Nakh`i (quoted by Al-Ghaali),
Mujaahid (implied by another report quoted by Al-Ghaali),
Ibn Jareer At-Tabari,
Ibn Al`Arabi (implied),
Ibn Zayd (according to Ibn `Atiyya Al-Andalusi),
Al-Aloosi (according to Az-Zalmi),
M. Rasheed Ridha,
Dr. Mustafa Zayd,
Dr. N.A. Tantaawi.
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