A Study on Some Orientalists' Standpoint about Sufficiency of The holy Qur’an and Negation of Hadiths PDF Print E-mail

A Study on Some Orientalists' Standpoint about Sufficiency of The holy Qur’an and Negation of Hadiths

Dr. ‘Isa Muttaqizadeh[1]

Ali Muhammad ‘Aaliqadr[2]

Abstract

A contemporary French Orientalist Averoés in internet website www.baldi.net, with propounding some fifteen subjects and ascribing each of them in the holy Qur’an has tried to prove this point that there exists no tradition except the holy Qur’an and the divine instructions are available in Qur’an merely. The Prophet has not interpreted the holy Qur’an and the wisdom which is granted to the Prophet is not hadith (tradition) rather is the holy Qur’an. Since God, the Almighty is one the source of decrees is also one. Those who follow hadiths do not bear faith on resurrection day. Qur’an has directly declared the nullification of hadiths. The best hadith is the holy Qur’an. The holy Qur’an can be understood without hadiths. The narrators of hadith are the foes of the Prophet. The hadiths are not written by the Prophet rather it’s a factor which divides the holy Qur’an. In the following, the writer has criticized the French Orientalist's accounts and finally has proved via internal and external demonstrations that the prophet's hadiths existed and are considered as authority for all.

Keywords: Qur’an, Prophet, Hadith, France, Orientalist


[1]. Faculty member of Tarbiat Mudarris University (TMU)

[2]. M.A in Qur’anic Studies

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