`Aa'isha (in one report),
Al-Hasan Al-Basri and Ibn Seereen: They said it's the length of the required night prayer that was abrogated, but not the mandate.
Al-Fakhr Ar-Raazi (implied by one report),
Abu-Abdillah Shu`la (implied),
An-Nasfi: He also said that the five prayers abrogated 73:20,
Shah Waliullah Dehlvi,
Muhammad Al-Khudhari (Bek) (implied),
As-Saayis (quoted by Nada, from his book تفسير آيات الأحكام, page 116),
Dr. Mustafa Zayd,
Ali Hasan Al-Areedh,
Abdul-Qaahir Al-Baghdaadi and Dr. Hilmi Abdul-Haadi (according to Haani Taahir).
`Aa'isha (in another report),
Ka'b Al-Ahbar and Al-Suddi (according to Burton),
Al-Hasan Al-Basri and Ibn Seereen: They maintain that night prayer remains a mandate but the length of it was reduced.
Ibn Katheer (implied),
Ar-Raazi (implied by another report),
Jamaal-ud-Deen Al-Qaasimi (in his exegesis محاسن التأويل, according to Haani Taahir),
Az-Zurqaani (quoted bu Nada from his book مناهل العرفان, volume 2, page 165),
Muhammad Al-Khudhari (Bek) (according to Jamaal `Ataaya and quoted by Nada),
M. M. Nada,
Dr. Az-Zalmi (who said it's a case of license after resolution),
Dr. Muhammad Saalih Ali Mustafa,
Dr. N.A. Tantaawi,
Ihab Hasan Abduh,
Dr. Ali Jum`a,
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