The Necessity of the Hadith in Islam

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Author: Emad Hamdeh
Publisher: International Islamic Publishing House
Pages: 232
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-603-501-114-3

About the Book: There was a time when the notion of Hadith rejection was inconceivable. Sad to say, it is now becoming a widespread phenomenon in many countries. The educated and the ignorant, veteran Muslims and reverts, the middle class as well as the elite are falling prey to the misleading ideas projected by the Hadith rejecters through books and other forms of publication. The Internet has, unfortunately, given them a new and effective platform.Emad Hamdeh has taken up the task of replying to these Hadith rejecters with sound and convincing arguments.

‘The Necessity of the Hadith in Islam’ not only explains the need for the Hadith and the Sunnah at all times but also presents and refutes the main arguments put forward by Hadith rejecters. Furthermore, Hamdeh has profiled the top few Hadith rejecters and summarized their ideas. This is a well-researched, well-referenced and comprehensive work, which provides useful information to those seeking more knowledge on the subject. It will also sufficiently answer many different questions which come to mind after reading some of the arguments of the Hadith rejecters. Muslims today need to read works such as these to ensure that they are not misled, especially through the Internet.

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Weight 0.42 kg
Dimensions 14 x 21 x 2 cm

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    Kamran Wasti

    I have not completed it as yet but his treatise on Jeffery Lang seems interesting. However, at the beginning he counts Hassan Al-Basri and Qatada as Mutazilites which is preposterous. Qatada has some statements attributed to him which are in line with the Qadariyah view (but these do not make him one of them – merely errors) while Hassan Al-Basri was actually one of the first one to highlight the deviance of Wasil Ibn Ata. Shall add more as I read through.

    Kamran Wasti