روايت بالمعنیٰ کی حیثیت میں محدثین وفقہاء کرام کاموقف
Stance of Muḥaddithīn and Jurists with respect to narration by meaning
Keywords:Muḥaddithīn, Jurists, narration by meaning.
It is obvious to all readers of world history that on one hand Europe divided the Muslim world into parts to dominate over the Muslims and strengthen their political hold and on the other hand, they introduced literature in the form of knowledge and research to induce ambiguity and distrust in their minds about Islāmic teachings so that the Muslims may dishearten from their religious values as the European catholic faced to. To achieve these targets European orientalists presented Islāmic history, defense, and argumentation in a baseless and ambiguous form. The eastern followers follow them blindly in eagerness for modernism. In this business who played a vital role is a prolonged story. In this connection, one convention is meaning dependent about which some people think one cannot say with surety that even appreciable Ḥadīth narrations pertaining to the prophet (SAW) are certain. They think those Ḥadīths which directly pertain to Nabī (SAW) and know to us are mostly narrated not wordily but meaningly. Perhaps we consider the prophet saying may not be real which means that with the passage of time those Ḥadīths may be interrupted to some extent.
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