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The Prophet (sallallahu-alayhi-wasallam) said:

وَمَنْ لَّمْ يُبَجِّلْ عَالِمِيْنَا فَلَيْسَ مِنَّا

“The one who does not honour our ‘ulamâ’ is not of us.”

Ibnul-Qayyim said:

“Scholars of Islam and those around whose sayings revolves Fatwa (religious counselling) among people; those who are endowed with the ability to derive rulings from the (the Qur’anic and Hadeeth) texts and whose preoccupation is the regulation of the lawful and unlawful things are to the earth what the stars are to the heaven.

It is through them that the confused get guidance and people’s need of them is greater than their need of food and drink. Allah makes obeying them greater than obeying parents when He says: “O you who believe! Obey Allah and obey the Messenger (Muhammad), and those of you (Muslims) who are in authority.” (An-Nisaa 4:59).

The ‘Ulamaa are the people’s refuge during calamities. Many a blind people have seen through them; many a dead have been given live by them; many a Sunnah have been spread through them and many an innovation have been efaced through them.”
Ghuraba wa li ghairillaahi laa nahnil jiba

Ghuraba do not bow the foreheads to any1 besides Allah

Ghuraba war tadhainaa haa syi’aaran lil haya

Ghuraba have chosen this to be the motto of life
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please when you talk about islamic topics be very serious alhamdulilaah you all are trying to seek knowledge  and this is the greatess step forward

Imam Bukhari came late but before him there were many school of thaughts and hadith books as well but they were all sincere in there practice of religion.
Imam Maliks' Sahih mutawatta was considered the most reliable source in sheikh bukhari time and still considered one of the most reliable.

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These great scholars not only spread the word but also replied to those non muslims who tried their best in every age to malign the image of islam. Below is given the list of some of the muslims scholars who achieved the respect through their great work on Islam.

The fuqaha and muhaditheen who did not care for the night and day and spent their entire lives in helping the cause of islam.

They include
IMAM ABU HANIFAH
IMAM BUKHAIR
IMAM MUSLIM
IMAM ABU DAWOOD
IMAM MALIK
IMAM HUNMBLE
IMAM AHMED

And those who were their students and were pious muslims, who did not utter a single word against the religion of ALLAH, nor did they innovated anything in the religion of ALLAH.

IMAM AN-NAWAWI
IBN-E KATHIR
MAULANA MAUDODI
JALAL UD DIN MAHALLI
JALAL UD DIN AL-SUYUTI (THESE “JALALS” ARE WRITERS OF TAFSIR-E JALALYN)
MUHAMMAD IBN-E ABDUL WAHAB
SHEIKH NASIR UD DIN ALBANI
SHEIKH UTHEMAN
SHEIKH SALMAN AL-OADAH
SHEIKH AYMAN BIN KHALED
SHEIKH IBN TAYMIYA
IMAM IBN HAJAR
SHEIKH IBN-AL QAYYIM
BASSAM ZAWADI
KHALID YASEEN
KAMAAL AL MEKKI
SHAYKH ZUBAIR ALI
SHAYKH FEIZ
SHAYKH MUBASHAR AHMAD RABBANI
IBN E HAJAR ASQALANI ( FATH UL BARI)

The IRF scholars/orators:

SHEIKH AHMED DEEDAT
DR. ZAKIR NAIK
DR. ISRAR AHMED
ABDUR RAHEEM GREEN
YUSUF ESTAS
YASIR FAZAGA
YASIR QAZI
BILAL PHILIPS
SALEM AL AAMRY
JAMAL BADAWI
DR. JAFAR IDRIS
DR. HUSSAIN HAED HASSAN (ISLAMIC FINANCE EXPERT)
ASIM AL HAKIM
HUSSAIN YEE
IMAM SIRAJ WAHAB
DR. MEHMOOD MUHAMMAD
RIAZ ANSARI
ABDUR RAHEEM MCCARTHY
ABDUL HAKIM QUICK
MUHAMMAD AL JIBALI
AMMAR AMONETTE

Among Others’

TAUSEEF UR REHMAN RASHIDI
SHAH WALIULLAH DEHLVI
IBTISAM ELAHI ZAHEER
DR FARHAT HASHMI
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Originally posted by Jazmine Jazmine wrote:

If Imam Bukhari met Imam Hambali it means they were of the same generation? http://www.islamicity.com/forum/smileys/smiley5.gif

As Brother Minuteman said :

 “Imam Bukhari himself was not acting on any Hadith. He knew and was doing everything as per the practice of the holy prophet s.a.w.s. The collection of the narrations was an extra subject. Before he did such a great job,, he was still performing his wudhu and salat etc. He was acting on the Sunnah of the prophet s.a.w.s. which was in circulation all over the muslim countries (areas)…” (inviting attention to the life story of Imam Bukhari)

So this means that even Imam Hambali and the rest of those Imams were not acting on any Hadith as there were no Sahih Bukhari yet exist as it is still on the process of compilation etc,  but was acting on the Sunnah. So why not follow the same and lets be united into one? Quran and Sunnah and no more fanatical  Imam followers and no more labeling? Are we making things hard on us? Please no more insults, just tell me if am right or wrong  http://www.islamicity.com/forum/smileys/smiley18.gif

** Sunnah accordingly is the saying and deeds of the Prophet while Hadith is the sayings (included the instructions and inspirations) of the prophet; it means that hadith is one part of Sunnah. So if we put it into equation:-

Sunnah = sayings + Deeds of the Prophet

but Hadith = sayings of the prophet

therefore:-

Sunnah = Hadith + Deeds of the Prophet

am I right? Mr Minuteman & Mr Abdul-Azeem'876




Let's not jump into conclusion, you would have to study the whole history of how hadeeths came to being.
The four respected Imams (Imam Ahmed, Shafie, Abu Hanifa, and Malik) lived before Bukhari.
Imam Malik was born (90 Hijri) Abu Hanfia (80 Hijri). Just to gave you an example of how close they were to the Prophet SAW time.
They were both contemporary to the generation of Tabien (2nd generation of Muslim). Abu Hanifa is given the status of Tabie.
 
These early Imams wrote down their works,
Books by Abu Hanifa. Abu Hanifa also met the Sahaba Anas ibn Malik.
Kitaab-ul-Aathar - compiled from a total of 70,000 ahadit
  • Kitabul Asar
  • Aalim wa'l-muta‘allim
  • Fiqh al-Akbar
  • Jaami’ul Masaneed
  • Kitaabul Rad alal Qaadiriyah

so it wasn't like Imam Bukhari came in got the hadeeths out of the blue.

Same can be said about the other 3 Imams. Infact their Madhab are interralted.






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 Thank you very much. I am talking from what I am seeing myself with my own eyes.i.e. by observing things with my own eyes and experience with the Hadith people.

 The persons who have not seen the disparity between the ahle Sunnah and the ahle hadith do not know much about the problem at hand. I do not blame any one. I believe that Sunnah is different from Hadith and it takes priority over the sayings of the prophet s.a.w.s. Sunnah comes next after the Quran. The Hadith or the sayings of the prophet s.a.w.s. are also very useful and binding on us after the Sunnah.

 The Hadith (sayings) is to support the Sunnah and the Hadith are meant to serve the Sunnah (The practice) of the holy prophet s.a.w.s.  Thanks again.  Period

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Bi ismillahi rahmani raheem

The problem is with the ahle hadith people of today not giving any credense to the works of Abu Hanifah r.a.

im having trouble figuring out if you are referring to wahabi/salafi's or if they are a seperate group. From what i have seen they are a seperate group becouse the wahabi/salafi br's that i have met well the educated ones anyway have not issue with the madhabs except that they think they can correct a mujtahid imam in his work with out actually studying how he arrived at his conclusion.

They have developed a methodogy of their own.

when i use the term methodology in refrence to the madhhabs i am referring to the various islamic sciences Usul al fiqh, Usul al Qawaid etc what these Ahl al hadith have is not a methodology but simple one or two rules they follow to arrive at all there conclusions.



They do not give any credit to any Saint (Aulia Allah), say Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jeelani r.a. One of the ahle Hadith told me that all those saints were totally misguided. Was he right? I hope not.

Well i know there definitely not the same as the wahabi/salafi's becouse they have nothing against Abdul Qadir al Gilani who has a similar status in Islam to Imam Ghazali or Imam nawawi, they simply dont follow all his works and say much of it is fabrication.

Ibn Taymiyah called shaikh Abdul Qadir al Gilani his shaykh.


regarding awliyah in general it is haram not to believe they exist so to say all of them are misguided would be the equivalent to calling your self a munafiq or even a kafir since Allah in the Quran mentions them ahead of the martyrs of this religion.

who is or isnt a wali is up for debate but that is a seperate issue.





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 Thanks for the informative post. It seems to be all good and correct. I believe it to be so but probably I did not (could not) describe it in that way myself. Thanks to you.

 The problem is with the ahle hadith people of today not giving any credense to the works of Abu Hanifah r.a. They have developed a methodogy of their own. They do not give any credit to any Saint (Aulia Allah), say Hazrat Abdul Qadir Jeelani r.a. One of the ahle Hadith told me that all those saints were totally misguided. Was he right? I hope not.

 I am all happy about your post because it is well written and truth and good description of the events. Thanks.

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Bi ismillahi rahmani raheem

assalamu alaikum

Minutemann

 Ameen. We can see that he was born in year 194 Hijrah, i.e. nearly 200 years after the hijrah. Also, we see the mess of the narrations (Ahadith). They were in a very bad state. Imam Ismail Bukhari r.a. did great job of collecting the Ahadith. Then he did a good job of  sifting the right from the wrong Hadith. May Allah bless is soul in peace.

Imams Bukhari and Muslims did not begin the science of hadith verification it began very soon after after the prophets death with Muslims first asking the Question of who narrated this or who told you such a thing. Imam Maliks Muwatta was the first major collection due to the methodology he used to verify ahadith but Imam Abu Hanifa and the other 2 Imams all had there own systems which they used for example when deciding between contradictory ahadith ,there are other older collections than theres even.

Imam Abu hanifahs Fiqh works where the first to be widely spread and in his own lifetime, he was both a muhadith and a Faqi but he also gathered around him the foremost experts at the time in all the different areas of knowledge and formed a round table of scholars if you like to help him with his.

Imam Bukhari himself was not acting on any Hadith. He knew and was doing everything as per the practice of the holy prophet s.a.w.s. The collection of the narrations was an extra subject. Before he did such a great job,, he was still performing his wudhu and salat etc. He was acting on the Sunnah of the prophet s.a.w.s. which was in circulation all over the muslim countries (areas).

This isnt correct Imam Bukhari was a mujtahid Imam in his own right capable of starting his own madhhab, before he reached this level of ijtihad he certainly followed a single madhab like ALL scholars at the time and it appears he was a shafii scholar. He may not have been the first muhadith but him and his student Imam Muslim developed this science to higher levels of sophistication untill there methods, as apposed to there works themselfs, became the standard by which other muhadithun would be judged.

Its more correct to say muslims at the time followed the sunnah of rasul allah [sallah llahu alaihi wa sallam] and affirmed it with the ahadith but as more collections came into circulation the more the mujtahids of each madhab refined and corrected there fiqh using the fiqh methodologies [Usul al Fiqh] of the founders of the madhabs.

This ongoing process continued long after all ahadith where collected and verified in the various works, one mujtahid Imam would take up the work of a previous one and continue to refine and add to the fiqh as more knowledge was made available and different situations arose that required new rulings. This continued until the time came when people where no longer able to reach the level of knowledge required to do Ijtihad so the ulumah of the time said the door to ijtihad was closed to stop corruption and wrong Fiqh from spreading.




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