Hadith

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(Islam) a tradition based on reports of the sayings and activities of Muhammad and his companions

(Islam) the way of life prescribed as normative for Muslims on the basis of the teachings and practices of Muhammad and interpretations of the Koran

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For some scholars, the use of such ahadith as a source raises methodological issues, cf.
These stories were based on the Qur'an, ahadith and other sources and produced by otinchalar in response to the local people's everyday concerns.
In the absence of adjudication or Ijtihad, (3) Sunnah, Ahadith (4) and Ijmaa (5) a substantial Islamic literature amounts more or less to a dictate of Sharia, unless it is changed on the basis of further adjudication i.
According to the Qur'an and Ahadith such laws, are considered and judged to be tyrannical and against the law of nature, which totally neglect the rights of women in Wirasat.
In addition to the passage in the Koran, there are two ahadith that are commonly discussed in relation to secured transactions.
At points, the editors take poetic liberty in narratives; while such liberties oftentimes render the message more accessible, at points, particularly in ahadith, this liberty negatively affects the meaning of the original text.
The volume under review is a compilation of information taken from the Quran and ahadith, along with comments and analysis to enable readers to get a better understanding of the points at issue (BBO W.
So, for example, some scholars might argue that an important theme running through both the Quran and ahadith is "Justice" and the overriding need to behave justly, even towards unbelievers.
The Shiites also have some different ahadith and prefer those narrated by Ali and Fatima to those related by other companions of the Prophet.
11) Mu'ammar al-Qaddhafi, As-Sijil al-qawmi bayanat wa ahadith al-aqid Mu'ammar al-Qadhdhafi, Vol.
In addition, those ahadith (sayings) attributed to the prophet Mohamed in support of the practice are "unauthenticated, badly worded and were passed on by men who have little credibility.
Prohibition of gharar is based on 'mutwatir' ahadith [Anwar (1994), p.
Narrated by Abdullah bin Masud, Sahih Al-Bukhary, Book of Ahadith Al-Anbiya(Narratives of the Prophets), Hadith no.
The Muslims were being killed like insects, as foretold by the Holy Prophet in one of his oft quoted Ahadith.