Wikipedia is not a reliable source of information. None of the professional schools and universities that I know accept a citation from wikipedia in a thesis or report.
We must be careful from where we take our knowledge from.
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Hasan bin ur-RabÄ«â€™ narrated to us, HammÄd bin Zayd narrated to us, on authority of AyyÅ«b and HishÄm [bin HassÄn], on authority of Muhammad [bin SÄ«rÄ«n] ; and Fuá¸ayl [bin ÄªyÄá¸] narrated to us on authority of HishÄm [bin HassÄn]; he said Mukhlad bin Husayn narrated to us, on authority of HishÄm [bin HassÄn], on authority of Muhammad bin SÄ«rÄ«n , that he said:
â€˜Indeed this knowledge is faith, so carefully consider from whom you take your faithâ€™
. [Sahih Muslim, Introduction, 26
Do you see how we refer everything related to our Religion to its proper source with a complete chain of transmission? Anyone who criticizes the Hadith is simply unaware of the science of authentication of Hadith.
I would suggest you to please go through these two threads and then if you have any more questions then :ia: we will address them.
Rules Governing the Criticism of Hadeeth
Originally Posted by LostIslamicHistory
There are a few more resources available here which you might find useful: â€‹http://www.islamicboard.com/forum/ge...&p=1894072