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S.Ali786
02-22-2017, 06:18 AM
Salams, how do we differentiate between a strong hadith and a weak hadith?
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Huzaifah ibn Adam
02-22-2017, 09:04 AM
The Muhaddithoon (Specialists in Hadeeth) have already done the grading. When an `Aalim wants to find out the grading of a particular Hadeeth, he will go to the Kitaabs of Jarh wat-Ta`deel and see what the Muhaddithoon have said about that Hadeeth and how they have graded it, whether it is Saheeh, or Hasan, or Marfoo`, or Mawqoof, or Muttasil, or Mu`dhal, or `Azeez, or Mash-hoor, or Mu`an`an, or Mub-ham, or `Alaa, or Nazalaa, or Mudallas, or Maqtoo`, or Dha`eef, or Mawdhoo`, or Musalsal, or Mursal, or Ghareeb, or Munqati`, or Shaadh, or Maqloob, or Mu`allal, or Mudabbaj, or Munkar, or Matrook, etc.

All of the Ahaadeeth have already been graded; there is no grading of Hadeeth any longer. The grading has already been done hundreds of years ago. Now, the `Ulamaa just check up the Kitaabs of Jarh wat-Ta`deel and the Shuroohaat of the Hadeeth Kutub in order to find out how the Muhaddithoon of the past had graded it.

والله تعالى أعلم

والسلم
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talibilm
02-22-2017, 09:08 AM
:sl:

Differentiate Hadith ? do you mean how we treat them ?
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azc
02-22-2017, 11:28 AM
If you see any hadith whether it's strong or weak respect it
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Supernova
02-22-2017, 01:38 PM
Originally Posted by azc
If you see any hadith whether it's strong or weak respect it
Correct.
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