In fact, one of the problems we Muslims face and need to tackle is that we are quick to throw out what we don't understand. Here, I am referring to the hadiths, not all hadiths, but many hadiths.
Now, times have changed, and following the Prophet’s Sunnah in the everyday life has gradually become quite a challenge for today’s Muslims. Here are only a few reasons for that...
All Muslim jurists, no matter what school they belong to or what region they come from, and no matter whether their schools have continued to exist till today or ceased to exist, maintain that referri
The fundamental Islamic sources such as the Qur'an and the core traditions of the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) have been fully preserved intact.
From time to time questions are raised about the significance of Hadith, as a pretext to reject the Sunnah.
I know that the Qur'an came from Allah and there is no dispute about that. My question is about hadith.
During his lifetime, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) used to teach his Sunnah by three methods: verbal, written (dictation to scribes), and practical demonstration.
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