Posts Tagged ‘Ahl-e-Hadith’

Did any Hanafis Tamper with a Narration in Sunan Abi Dawud?

Of the later pseudo-Salafis of this age, one late writer from Pakistan was the late Sultan Mahmud al-Jalalpuri (d. 1995) who claimed that some Hanafi Ulama from the Indian subcontinent made tahreef (distortion) of a narration found in the Sunan of Imam Abu Dawud (d. 275 AH), in…

02 Oct 10:41 PM 5 Read More...

Book in Bengali defending the proofs for the Hanafi Salah and a reply to Salafi objections

Shaykh Abdul Matin from Bangladesh wrote a work in the Bangla (Bengali) language to defend the evidences used by the Hanafi Madhhab in over 600 pages.  The work has also cited the key evidences in the original Arabic language and answered the weak objections raised by the self proclaimed Salafi…

27 Oct 6:30 PM 0 Read More...

Hadīth Literature: Its Development and Preservation

Hadīth Literature: Its Development and Preservation
By Shaykh Muntasir Zaman
 

 
At this moment, a person can effortlessly search for a hadith of his choice as he has at his disposal a plethora of literature to consult. From strictly authentic hadiths, to hadiths on legal injunctions, to even…

01 Dec 3:00 PM 1 Read More...

The Science of al-Jarh wa al-Ta‘dīl: Separating Wheat from Chaff

The Science of al-Jarh wa al-Ta‘dīl: Separating Wheat from Chaff
By Shaykh Muntasir Zaman
 

“And true virtue is what critics cannot help but acknowledge” goes the popular adage.[1] A case in point is where the renowned Orientalist Aloys Sprenger (d. 1893 CE) humbles his…

03 Nov 9:10 AM 0 Read More...

Raising the hands in Salah – another reply to Zubair Ali Za’i

This is another work by Faysal Khan (of Pakistan) in defence of the evidences used to substantiate the practice of non-raf’ul yadayn (not raising the hands) in Salah (namaz) after the initial Takbir of Salah as advocated by the Hanafi and Maliki schools of Sunni Islamic Law. In…

08 Jan 7:10 PM 0 Read More...