Corbin, in his History of Islamic Philosophy quotes from the Tafsir of Avicenna, on Surah 113:
I seek refuge in the Lord of Day break (verse 1).
This means: I seek refuge with him who shatters the darkness of non-being with the light of being, and who is the primordial Principle, the Being who is necessary of himself. And this (burst of light), as inhering in his absolute goodness, resides as primal intention in his very ipseity. The first of the beings who emanate from him—the first Intelligence—is its Emanation. Evil does not exist in it, other than that which is occulted beneath the outspreading light of the First Being—the opacity, that is to say, inherent in the quiddity which proceeds from its essence.
I'd like to find where this quote is from - either online, or more likely some book.