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anonymous
08-19-2006, 10:58 AM
I am very interested in Islam and so far Im finding its quite a beautiful religion but still Im confused. I know the Quran is the word of Allah revealed to Mohammad (PBUH) but could someone explain to me Sunnah and Hadith, I am confused by this. Especially since I read things that will say "this hadith or that hadith is not reliable." And how is sunnah different than hadith.
Your responses are apreciated
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zAk
08-19-2006, 11:36 AM
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in short... Hadith r the saved words frm the mouth of Prophet saws and Sunnah is the actions performed by Prophet saws.

some one else will gv u a detailed answer soon, insha allah.
wait for it.
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anonymous
08-19-2006, 12:27 PM
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Meaning communication or narrative, it is the record of an individual saying or action or approvals of Muhammad (Sal-Allaho-Alay-hay-Wasal-lam) taken as a model of behavior by Muslims. The sayings and the traditions of Prophet Muhammad (Sal-Allaho-Alay-hay-Wasal-lam) are called Hadith. These are the real explanation, interpretation, and the living example of the Prophet (Sal-Allaho-Alay-hay-Wasal-lam) for teachings of the Quran. His sayings are found in books called the Hadith books. Some famous collectors of Hadith are Imam Al-Bukhari, Imam Muslim, Imam An-Nasa'i, Imam Abu Dawood, Imam At-Tirmizi, and Imam Majah.
Basically the Sunnah is the actions of Muhammed (Peace be upon him) and Hadith are his sayings and utterances recorded by the Sahaabah. Books of ah-hadeeeth are classsfied according to their realiability and also other factors

Follow the links,

http://www.islamonline.net/English/H...05/03/02.shtml

http://www.islamonline.net/English/H...05/03/05.shtml


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Zulkiflim
08-26-2006, 04:13 AM
Salaam,

In short,what is in the Hadith and Sunnha cannot be in contradiction of the Quran.

The Quran is also known as the CRITERION,,.
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