Isra and Miraj events have an important place in siyer sources with their extraordinary features. At the time of the Mamluks in the XIVth century, Ibn Kathir, one of the scholars who grew up in Damascus, and the stories of Isra and Miraj in his book Tafsirü’l-Qur’anı’l-Azim, constitute the subject of our article. Our aim is to evaluate the perspective of the author in the work of Isra and Miraj from the point of view of Islamic History. The author's approach to the events of İsra and Miraj with his identity as a historian, an interpreter and informant, and his discussion, preferences and evaluations between the stories and the opinions differentiate him from the classical transporters. In our article, the author's narrations, the right to the most accurate information to make the assessment of the meticulous assessment and preferences, the information is classified and examined.
Islamic History, Ibn Kesir, Tefsiru'l-Qur'ani'l-Azim, Isra, Miraj.