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This article discusses the Quranic exegesis concerning social care that is used as a base-praxis for philanthropy and social gatherings in the colonial period. The object of this study is Tafsier Soerat Al-Ma'oen (1930) written by K.H. Abdulchalim. This Sundanese-language work is actually developed as the result of Abdulchalim's reading on the Quranic exegesis of Juz 'Amma was written by Muhammad Abduh. Abdulchalim tried to interpret this surah and made it as the basis of the his philanthropicdoi:10.15408/sdi.v25i3.6367 fatcat:cnzsv2dtubcwdl5ur446rtwyna