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Terminology Types categories Biographical evaluation Musannaf Isra’iliyyat. They believe that anything that goes against previously held ideas must not be authentic. Usul al kafi is a book in which all the basic ingredients of Twelver shi’i theory mafi be found.
Shia lafi collections Ja’fari jurisprudence Shia imams. Most believe that there are no “sahih” hadith books that are completely reliable. Jami Sahih Tartib al-Musnad. Shi’ites in reality do not rest the basis of their entire faith on the complete authenticity of this book ‘Al Kafi’ means “the sufficient”. Part of a series on Hadith Hadith studies.
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The scholars have made these remarks, to remind the people that one cannot simply pick the book up, and take whatever they like from it as truthful. Man La Yahduruhu Al-Faqih. And whatever contradicts it, reject it”.
Uyun al Akhbar ar Reda. Ibadi Jami Sahih Tartib al-Musnad. And whatever contradicts it, reject it” [ citation needed ]. Articles containing Arabic-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from February The author kkafi al-Kafi never intended for it to be politicized as “infallible”, he only compiled it to give sincere advice based on authentic Islamic law regardless of the soundess of any one particular hadithand to preserve rare hadiths and religious knowledge in an easily accessible collection for future generations to study.
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Most Shia scholars do not make any assumptions about the authenticity of a hadith book. The main criticism of al-Kafi as the basis for Shia fiqh, comes from prominent Sunni writers who argue that finding some hadiths in al-Kafi proves that the entire Shi’ite school is wrong.
They also do not automatically accept some hadiths aslol al-Kafi that have strong historical proofs. Hadith books are compiled by fallible people, and thus realistically, they inevitably have kavi mixture of strong and weak hadiths.
Kulayni himself stated in his preface that he only collected hadiths he thought were important and sufficient for Muslims to know at a time when many Muslims were illiterate and ignorant of the true beliefs of Islam, and heretical Sufi and gnostic sects were gaining popularityand he left kaf verification of these hadiths up to later scholars.
The general idea behind this metaphor is that Khomeini objected to the laziness of many ignorant people of his day who simply kept al-Kafi on their shelf, and ignored or violated it in their daily lives, assuming that they would somehow be saved from Hell just by possessing the book.
Retrieved from ” https: It has been held in the highest esteem by generation after generation of Muslim scholars.
Shama’il Muhammadiyah Shamaail Tirmidhi. Shia Muslims do not make any assumptions about the authenticity of a hadith book; Shias believe that there are no “sahih” hadith books that are completely reliable according to most Shia. Views Read Edit View history. God—to whom belongs all praise—has facilitated the compilation of what you requested.
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This page was last edited on 26 Novemberat Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal. Rather, an exhaustive process of authentication must be applied, which leaves the understanding of the book in the hands of the learned. Khomeini argued that Islamic law should be an integral part of everyday life for the believer, not just a stale manuscript to be placed on a shelf and forgotten. Kafii himself stated in his preface that he only collected hadiths he thought were important and sufficient aeool Muslims to know, and he left the verification of these hadiths up to later scholars.
Kulayni also states, in reference to hadiths: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.