عنوان مقاله [English]
The validity of interpretive narrations has long been discussed by Quran scholars. Seyyed Morteza Alam al-Huda, as a prominent Shiite figure in the fifth century, is one of the Qur'anic scholars whose views on this subject are of particular importance. This article, which is organized in a descriptive-analytical method by referring to the works of Seyyed Morteza, has examined the validity of narrations in his interpretation. At first glance, it seems that since interpretive narrations are considered as individual news and Seyyed Morteza does not consider the single news as a cause of knowledge and action because it is useful for suspicion, such as: the existence of news in hadith works and Shiite principles, Knowledge of the content of the news, conformity with the appearance of the Qur'an, conformity with the rule of reason, conformity with the principle of divine justice, and the consensus of the Imams can remove the narration from suspicion.