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  • Title :  
  • The Prohibition Of Recording The Hadith  
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  • Ali Al-Shahristani  
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  • The Prohibition Of Recording The Hadith
    Author : Ali Al-Shahristani


    After the demise of the Holy Prophet, Abu-Bakr gathered people and said, ‘You are reporting about the Messenger of Allah inconsistent narrations. People coming after you will be engaged in more intense discrepancy. Therefore, do not report anything about the Messenger of Allah, and if anyone asks you, you should refer to the Book of Allah as the arbitrator. You should thus deem lawful whatever is lawful therein and deem unlawful whatever is unlawful therein.’

    Before discussing the two previous texts, two questions must be answered:
    First: Did Abu-Bakr collect the five hundred texts during the life of the Holy Prophet and by his commandment, or did he collect them after that as a consequence of the political circumstances and the social exigency?

    Source: Alhassanain

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