Complete video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/bnCQqTVKvu0 Many of the controversies about Islam that arise today stem from forged or weak hadiths. Let me share with you the impact of these hadiths and give you examples of hadiths which are graded authentic or good but a) contradict each other on basic Islamic practices or b) contract the Quranic message. When we talk about Islamic practice, we expect that we should have hadiths that guide us precisely what we are to do.
Watch his full video answer: https://youtu.be/7RnJ0iZZVYw Scholars evaluated hadiths by asking two major questions. One question is about the chain of narrators and the other question is about the text that is being related. Analysis of chain of narrators: A chain of narrators looks like this: Person A says that he heard from person B, who heard from person C, who heard from person D, that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said XYZ. To evaluate the chain, scholars would ask abo
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/7RnJ0iZZVYw After the death of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), people were not only mourning the loss of their beloved prophet, but they were now suddenly cut off from that source of direct instructions that they felt was coming from a person who was guided by God. If they wanted to know what to do, they couldn't ask the Prophet directly. Instead, they recalled how the Prophet (peace be upon him) had acted in particular situations,
Question from viewer: "If Allah wanted mankind to follow Islam and abide by its rules, then why did he send prominent prophets with their scriptures to the Middle East region only, leaving America, Australia, India, China, and many other areas? Allah tells us in the Quran that he sent prophets to every nation in every age, but clearly the prophets sent to America, Australia, India, et cetera, couldn't have had much of an impact on their people, as most of these people follow