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Author: Jonathan Brown

that saw the use of unreliable ḥadīths as both a danger to social morality and contrary to the stated values of Islamic thought. is more stringent position has burgeoned in the early modern and modern periods, when eliminating the use of weak ḥadīths has become a common call of both Salafi revivalists

In: Islamic Law and Society
Author: Gholamreza Nuei

-Western approaches popular among some Muslim revolutionists and societies as: “[it] has been created in contrary to Marxists, liberalists, and monarchists ideologists or reactionary ( irtijaʿi ) interpretations of religion(s) and expansion of superstitions” (p. 439). Not referring to israʾilliyyat and weak hadith

In: Al-Bayan: Journal of Qur'an and Hadith Studies
Author: Muhammad Munir

Ḥazm opined that a weak Ḥadīth cannot be a proof. 77 Such a weak Ḥadīth cannot be used to make something legal or illegal. According to authentic reports, Rukānah had pronounced ʿṭalāq battāʾ and not triple ṭalāq . 78 It can be concluded from the above criticism that the Ḥadīth of Ibn

In: Arab Law Quarterly
Author: Göran Larsson

opinions on either weak hadith traditions or medieval fatwa s. 36 As has been pointed out by several academics, 37 Ahmad stresses that most theologians who argue that apostates should be killed base their arguments on the fact that apostates were often rebels against the Muslim community. 38 Those

In: Exploring the Multitude of Muslims in Europe
Author: Emad Hamdeh

weak ḥadīth and his use of Sufi teachings in his Iḥyāʾ ʿulūm al-dīn ( Revival of the Religious Sciences ) . 
 Albānī was inspired by Riḍā’s willingness to challenge tradition, especially the work of a celebrated scholar like al-Ghazālī. Riḍā’s article introduced Albānī to a text written by Zayn al

In: Islamic Law and Society

reasoning by analogy ( qiyās ) only when the Quran, consensus, and “even a weak hadith are not available … This school is dominant in Saudi Arabia” ( Adamec 2017 : 392). 10 While in his Ibānah , al-Ašʿarī takes a clear Atharī position, in his al-Lumaʿ fī al-radd ʿala ahl al-zayġ wa-al-bida ʿ (the sparks

In: A Comparative History of Catholic and Aš‘arī Theologies of Truth and Salvation
Author: Joas Wagemakers

’ and ‘weakḥadīth s in order to establish exactly what the Prophet did and which of his sayings should be dismissed as inauthentic (Amin 2004). For ‘ordinary’ Salafis, who may not always have the time to engage in such scholarly endeavours, life according to the predecessors’ example is often found

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In: Handbook of Islamic Sects and Movements
Author: Haifaa Jawad

that women have always been disadvantaged as far as their assumption of public roles is considered, and that inequality between men and women has become deeply entrenched and continues to exist. Issues such as social customs, the use of some weak Hadiths to emphasis patriarchal interpretations, the

In: Hawwa

re-evaluating ḥadīth was intimately connected to his attempt to “purify” Islam of perceived heresies and innovations. For al-Albānī, weak ḥadīth reports “were loopholes through which ‘inauthentic’ practices could enter Islam.” 54 He approached tradition critically but respectfully; he

In: Die Welt des Islams
Author: Johs. Pedersen

stories of the qussas "about Paradise and Hell", which did not interest the mystics, but he also follows the jurists' criticism of their "weak hadiths". 1 As mysticism and orthodoxy were united, Sufi criticism could join that of the fuqaha'. To his essential criticism al-Makki adds the formal one that the

In: Die Welt des Islams