The two fundamental sources of Islam are the Qur'an (the word of God) and the Sunnah (the example) of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).
The reconciling approach is limited to authentic hadiths only. We are not required to attempt to reconcile authentic hadiths with weak ones unless we choose to do so. As for fabricated hadiths and tho
In order to have a correct understanding of the Sunnah, all the authentic hadiths on the same subject must be collected so that the ambiguous among them can be understood in light of the clear, the un
One of the reasons of error and confusion in political fiqh is mixing Sunnah with the biography of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) when seeking evidences and proofs. The Sunnah
The Sunnah comes in agreement with the Qur’an. It explains the meanings of what is unclear in the text, provides details for what is depicted in general terms, specifies what is general, and explai
During the era of the dissemination of hadiths and their compilation in the first three centuries of the Hijri calender, a variety of methods of Hadith learning and teaching evolved. These methods wer
The science of narration, collection, and criticism of Hadith was unknown to the world prior to the era of the Prophet (pbuh). In fact, it was due in part to the absence of such a reliable science tha
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