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The Quraniyoon of the Twentieth Century

The Quraniyoon of the Twentieth Century

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Tthis E book is a refutation of the Quraniyoon. The hadith rejectors (inkar e hadith) are divided into a number of different groups including: the Submitters (who follow Rashad Khalifa) and Parwezis (who follow Ghulam Ahmed Parwez). The book critically examines their main arguments, demonstrating the obligation of following the Sunnah and hadith.
Tthis E book is a refutation of the Quraniyoon. The hadith rejectors (inkar e hadith) are divided into a number of different groups including: the Submitters (who follow Rashad Khalifa) and Parwezis (who follow Ghulam Ahmed Parwez). The book critically examines their main arguments, demonstrating the obligation of following the Sunnah and hadith.

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The Qur’aniyūn of the twentieth century
 
Abū Ruqayyah Farasat Latif This article is based upon an MA dissertation submitted in September 2006 toLoughborough University. A number of amendents, additions and deletions havehave been made by the author. These include deleting the chapter on researchmethodology, adding a section on ‘pre- Islamic writing tradition’, addingadditional footnotes and adding two appendices.
 
 
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Table of Contents:
Chapter One: IntroductionChapter Two: Background to AuthorsChapter Three: Deconstruction of ‘Maqām-e-ḥadīth’ Chapter Four: Deconstruction of ‘Ḥadīth, a re-evaluation’ Chapter Five: Deconstruction of ‘Qur’ān, adīth and Islam’ Chapter Six: Summary of Key ThemesChapter Seven: Examination of the Key Themes.
7.1
 
Sole function of the Prophet was to deliver the Qur’ān
adīth
does not explain the Qur’ān7.2
adīth
is not (unrecited) revelation7.3
Hikmah
” does not mean Sunna or
adīth
7.4 Verses stating that “nothing is left out” of the Qur’ān7.5 All religious practices are from Abraham7.6 No methodology for preservation of 
adīth
andRecording of 
adīth
prohibited by the Prophet7.7 Burning of written records by Abū Bakr and ‘Umar (mayAllah be pleased with them)7.8 No previous records before Bukhārī7.9 The huge numbers of 
aḥadīth
in the era of Bukhārī areuntenable7.10 Bukhārī discredited the majority of his 600,000
adīth
 7.11
 
Huge number of fabrications made it impossible to sift outthe authentic
adīth.Isnād 
system a later invention.7.12 Follow “Allah and His Messenger” means “follow Allah andthe Caliph” or to “abide by the decisions of the centralauthority” 
 
 
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Chapter Eight: Conclusion.Appendix One: Preservation of hadith from the time of thetabi’īn until the time of Imaam Bukhari.Appendix Two: The Compilations of the First Century
List of Tables:
Chapter Six: Table One: Key Themes One.Table Two: Key Themes Two.

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