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Undoubtedly, Imam Ali (AS) is the second greatest interpreter of the Holy Qur’an and its sciences after the Holy Prophet of Islam (SAW). Part of the Qur’anic sciences was presented to his followers in the form of quotations, narratives, and sermons. They were passed on to later generations in narrative and exegetical collections, including Nahj al-Balāghah. Although its compiler, Seyyed Razī, only collected some of Imam Ali’s sermons, letters, and pithy sayings, one would find traces of the Qur’anic sciences, their types, virtues of the Qur’an, Qur’anic teachings, its recitation rules, its interpretation and exegesis, morphology, and finally its freedom from distortion.