» 27th October 2010
The Ahle Hadith Follow Fiqh, They just dont know it!
Which are those rulings where The Salafis make taqleed of when there is no Hadith to prove it.
(Please note, it says "Hadith" not Quran, also that most of these are trick questions)
1) The consumption of buffalo meat and milk is a ruling found in fiqh not in the
Ahaadith. The Ghair muqallids make taqleed here, but would not accept it.
2) There are two Sunnats and two farz in the Fajr salah. This is found in fiqh, not in
the Ahaadith. The Ghair muqallid makes taqleed of the muqallid here.
3) The number of rakats, and how many are farz, how many Sunnat etc. in Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib and Esha salah are not foud in Ahaadith, but this distribution (of rakats) are found in fiqh. The Ghair muqallid in accepting this distribution of fiqh, are (in reality) making taqleed of fiqh.
4) The Ahle Hadith lift their hands and make dua in the witr salah. They are
following Imam Shafi (R.A) in this ruling, as it is not found in Ahaadith.
5) The Ahle Hadith follow Ibn Taimiyyah in the ruling regarding divorce.
6) To read the thanaa and ta’awuz silently at the beginning of the salah is a ruling of fiqh. The Ahle Hadith follow the scholars of fiqh in this ruling.
7) The Imam has to say the takbeer-e-tahreemah loudly and the muqtadi has to say it silently. This is a ruling found in fiqh, not in Ahaadith.
8) The Imam should say the salaam loudly and the muqtadi should say it softly. This is a ruling found in fiqh, not in Ahaadith.
9) One should read the tasbeehat of ruku and sajdah silently. This is a ruling found
in fiqh, not in Ahaadith.
10) The Sunnat salahs are performed individually. Only the farz salahs may be
performed in congregation. This is a ruling found in fiqh, not in Ahaadith.
11) The muqtadi should say the ameen in Fajr, Maghrib and Esha aloud; whilst in
Zuhr and Asr he will not say it. This is not a ruling found in the Ahaadith.
12) Will the salah of one who misses out the thanaa or ta’awuz be valid or not? This is a ruling of fiqh, not Ahaadith.
13) As far as where a person should place his hands in the posture between the two sajdahs, could be found in fiqh, not Ahaadith.
14) To leave the hands to the sides whilst in the standing posture between ruku and sajdah is not a ruling of the Ahaadith. The Ahle Hadith follow the ruling of fiqh in this matter.
15) The conditions laid down by the Ghair muqalliDeen for salah are not found in the Ahaadith. They follow the conditions laid down by the Ahnaaf.
16) The intention that the Ghair muqalliDeen make for salah is not found in the
17) The Ghair muqalliDeen follow Ibn Hajar (R.A) when it comes to the art
determining the authenticity of the chain of narrators.
18) Fasting and sacrificing of animals have been made compulsory. These words (of compulsion) are not found in the Ahaadith. They follow the Ahnaaf in this matter.
19) The method in which the Ghair muqalliDeen perform their Janaza salah is not
found in the Ahaadith. What I mean by this is, after the first takbeer to read five things (thanaa, ta’awuz, tasmiyyah, fatiha and a surah). To read Durood-e-Ebrahim after the second takbeer, to read 12/13 duaas after the third takbeer. This method of performing the Janaza salah is not proven from any authentic Hadith.
20) The claim of the Ghair muqalliDeen, that making dua after the farz salah is an
innovation, is not proven from the Ahadith.
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» posted by abu mohammed on 27th October 2010 - 13 comments