results for "Tafsir Hadith"

  • neishabouri school

    transformed the genre of tafsir and Quranic sciences and came to be known as the Nishapuri School.   EXEGESIS viii. Nishapuri School of...

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  • I Love Allah

    Articles of iloveAllaah.com Tafsir Ibn Kathir (10 Volume Set – Abridged Version) – Free Download 2011-03-15 17:03:46 iloveAllaah.com Editor...

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  • Hadtih-Al-Thaqilayn

    Hadith alThaqalayn: A Study of Its Tawatur The Various Occasions Related to Hadith alThaqalayn: The various narrations of...

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  • Tafsir and Ta'Wil

    DEFINITIONS OF TAFSIR AND TAKWIL The word ‘tafsir’ comes from ‘fassara’, which means, ‘to explain, to expound, to elucidate,...

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  • Islam Brodd 072914 1 2

    Commentary on the Qur’an O Long tradition of commentary - clarify what is ambiguous O Tafsir - interpretation - different perspectives O...

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  • 123 help math

    (See Study Guide 21, based on Barlas, Ch. 2, and also Study Guide 22.) 1. the Hadith- qoutations of Mohammad 2. The Sunnah- not just...

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  • seerah history

    and said: "Never did a man come with something similar to what you have brought but was treated with hostility.” (Sahih Bukhari Volume 009, Book 087,...

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  • Business Ethics

    shall ye know! Be sure I will cut off your hands and your feet on opposite sides, and I will cause you all to die on the cross!"(26:49) Based on...

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  • tafseer

    TAFSEER FROM SUNNAH:- The second source of Tafseer is the speech of the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.W). If someone asks about the best methods...

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  • Class 7

    and Intoxicated Sufism 6 – Sufi Remembrance (Dhikr) ulawa tawil – metaphorical interpretation of the Quran, rather than literal (tafsir)...

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  • The Obligation Of Taql D

    of Taqlīd The Harms of Abandoning it, with special regards to making Taqlīd of an Individual First Edition: Safar 1433 (January 2012) By: Shaykhul...

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  • Islamic Traditions mid term study guide

    Muhammad a. Terms: a.i. Wahy- Arabic word for revelation. a.ii. Qibla- direction that should be faced when a muslim prays during salat a.iii. Sunna-...

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  • Nature and Authority of Sharia Law

    civilisation. Many aspects of a Muslim’s life are governed by Shari’a. Shari’a law originates from a combination of sources such as the Qur’an and the...

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  • islamic accounting

    This principle will restrict the undue discretion while valuating the business transaction as it would be based on certain yard sticks outlined in...

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  • Quran Education

    may take them out of context. One must look into all the verses in relation to each other and the Sunnah and Hadith (example and traditions of...

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  • Rights of Illegitimate Children

    in the Oneness of Allah as God. Case in accordance with the Hadith is: A baby is not born (into this world) but he is in chastity (fitrah)....

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  • bidaah taimiyah

    A.W. yours respectfully .Examples of innovation thinking in the present form is the flow of the Liberal Islam, which rejected the use of flow ahad...

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  • Islam

    salutations and greetings to the Prophet, so that the lower and the higher worlds would join together in his praise. On this subject there are many...

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  • Women and Pre-Modern Islamic Law

    a profound truth of those times and remains to be today. Although Islamic law, from its origin, was extracted directly from the Qur'an and ancient...

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  • Shah Walliullah

    syntax of Persian and Arabic. He completed his studies in philosophy and theologyat the age of fifteen and then commenced his studies in mantiq, fiqh,...

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