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#21 vishah


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Posted 29 December 2007 - 07:23 AM

It is from Quran and Hadith

The names of people like Qurtubi, Ibn Hajar, are names of scholars.....

The auithor ( harun Yahya) was quoting a hadith and the name of the book he took is wrtten within brackets ...

The word hadith means news, report or narration. It is in this general sense that the word is used in the Qur'an. [e.g. Sura 12:101.] Technically, the word hadith, (pl. ahadith) means in particular the reports (verbal and written) about the sunna of the Prophet Muhammad. Hadith reports about the Prophet Muhammad are of the following kinds:

* What he said (qaul).
* What he did (fi'l).
* What he (silently) approved (taqrir) in others' actions.

There are also reports about him, i.e. about what he was like (sifa).

The Hadith is the second most important source in Islam ..and it is the details of the Quran


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Posted 29 December 2007 - 04:25 PM

Thank you again Vishah. That helped me understand a lot about what I've been reading then.