Tafsīr al-ʿAyyāshi: And from Dāwūd bin Farqad, who said:

I heard Abā ʿAbd Allāh عليه السلام recite more times than I could count: The King1 of the Day of Resurrection.

1. This is regarding the different readings (qirā’āt) of the Āyah (1:3). Here, the narration indicates that the Imām recited it as Malaki instead of Māliki. Māliki linguistically means owner, while Malaki means king. See previous narration in this chapter to see the Imām recite it as Māliki.

عن داود بن فرقد ، قال : سمعت أبا عبد الله ( عليه السلام ) يقرأ ما لا أحصي : ( ملك « 1 » يوم الدين ) .

Tafsīr al-ʿAyyāshi: And from Dāwūd bin Farqad, who said:

I heard Abā ʿAbd Allāh عليه السلام recite more times than I could count: The King1 of The Day of Resurrection.