عنوان مقاله [English]
The benefit of Islamic sects from each other's hadiths or quoting hadiths with a central theme of interest to others, has been one of the concerns of scholars in different centuries of Islam and has had ups and downs throughout history. WāḥidĪ NeyshābūrĪ is one of the influential commentators in the fifth century AH who has brought the virtues of Ahl al-Bayt and narrations narrated from Ahl al-Bayt in his commentary called Al-WaṣĪṭ. He has used these narrations in drawing the contexts of the revelation of verses, recognizing the virtues of verses, clarifying the apparent meaning of verses and sometimes expressing the examples that are included in the scope of verses. A look at how he interacts with these hadiths shows that he usually considers such hadiths to be authentic, unless they are in conflict with the fundamental principles of his belief or have been contradicted by the majority of commentators.