TITLE

İBÂDÎLER VE HADİS

AUTHOR(S)
Bakan, Tevhit
PUB. DATE
June 2004
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Summer2004, Vol. 8 Issue 20, p221
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It is known that, in its formation period, the history of Islamic thought was very variegated. Afterwards, the Ahl al-Sunnah school, one of these thought movements, became dominant in all fractions of the society as well as in the field of scholarly activities. However, though to a small extent, some schools having different though universes attained places in scholarly life and contributed to Islamic cultural heritage. This study deals with the hadith approaches by the Ä°badiyye, a Harici school considered to be closest to Ahl al-Sunnah and most moderate. First, the location of the Ä°badiyye amount the Islamic thought schools is found. Next, their approaches to the hadith are discussed in theoretical and practical terms, giving emphasis to some of them. Finally, the resources which form the basis of hadith culture of the Ibadis are discussed; in particular, er-Rebi Habib.s Musned, which is regarded by the Ibadis as the most authentic hadith books following Quran, is examined and certain deficiencies are found in this books with respect to the hadith technique. It is concluded that this book, despite its deficiencies, should not be ignored in scholarly studies since it is one of the early era resources.
ACCESSION #
17557539

 

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