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Books of Hadith hav been classified into the following groups:

1) Sahifahs

The Sahifahs are collectsions of the alleged sayings of the Prophet as were written down by some of his companions during his life time by their followers in the next generation. Several of these Sahifahs have been mentioned by Goldziher according to whom some of them are also described as Rasa'il and as Kutub.

2) Ajza

The Ajza are collectsions of the Traditions as have been handed down on the authority of one single individual be he is a companion or of any generation after him. the term Juz is also appl ied to hadith as have been compiled on a particular subject matter 'intention' the 'Vision of Allah'

3) Rasa'il or Kutub

The Rasa'il are collections of Hadith that deal with one particular topic out of eight topics into which the contents of the Jami books of Hadith may be generally classified:

1) belief or dogma 2) Laws or Ahkam which are also known as Sunan and include all the subjects of Fiqh Taharat or Purity to Wasaya or Exhortations. 3) Ruqaq, Piety, Asceticism, Mysticism 4) Etiquette in eating, drinking, traveling 5) Tafsir or commentary of Qur'an 6) Ta'rikh and Siyar historical and biographical maters which include Cosmology, Ancient history, the life of the Prophet of his companions and successors. 7) Fitan/Crises 8) Appreciation (Manaqib) and de nuciation (Mathalib) of persons, places

4) Musannafs

The Musannafs are collections of Hadith in which the traditions relating to most or all the various topics mention above are put together and arranged in various books or chapters, each dealing with a particular topic. To this class belong the Muwattta' or Imam Malik, the Sahih of Muslim

5) Musnads

The term Musnad (supported) was originally used for traditions as were supported by a complete uninterrupted chain of authorities (Isnad) going back to the companion who related it from the Prophet himself. But later on the term came to be used in the general sense of a reliable and authoritative tradition. In this sense the term is also used for all reliable works in the Hadith literature, and works like Sunan of Al-Darimi and the Sahih of Al Bukhari are all called Musnads. But technically it is used only for those collections of Hadith in which they are arranged according to the names of the final authorities by whom they are related, irrespective of their subject matter. Musnads of Abu Dawud Tayalist, Ahmad b Hanbal, Abdullah b Muhammad b Abi Shaybah, Uthman b Abi Shaybah, Abu Khaythamah, and others. He who collected Hadiths in the form of Musnad is called a Musnid or a Musnidi.

6) Mu'jams

The Mu'jam is generally applied to such works on various subjects as are arranged in alphabetical order. The geographical and the biographical dictionaries of Yaqut are called Mu'jam al Buldan and Mu'jam al Udaba because they are arranged alphabetically. Such Musnad coll ections of Hadith are arranged under the names of the Companions in their alphabetical order are known as Mu'jam al Sahabah.

7) Jami's

The Jami are collections of Hadith which contain traditions relating to all the various subject matters mentioned under the Rasa'il. Thus, the Sahih Bukhari as well as the book of Tirmidhi is called Jami.

8) Sunans

The Sunan are collections of Hadith as contain Hadith al Ahkam (legal traditions) only and leave out those traditions which relate to historical and other matters. This collections of traditions made by Abu Dawud, Nasa'i and many other traditions are known as Sunan works.

9) Mustadraks

The Mustadraks are collections of Hadith in which the compiler, having accepted the conditions laid down by any previous compiler, collects together such other traditions as fulfill those conditions and were missed by the previous compiler. The Mustadrak of al Hakim who collected togther such Hadith fulfilled the conditions laid down by al Bukhari and Muslim and were not included by them in their Sahihs.

10) Mustakhrajs are collections of Hadith in which a later compiler of them collects together fresh Isnads for traditions as were collected by a previous compiler on the basis of different chains of Isnad.

10) Arba'iniyat

The Arba'iniyat are the collections of Forty Hadith relating to one subjects which may have appeared to be of special interest to the compiler. An example of this class is the Arba'in of Al Nawawi. Sunnis and Shites won't answer three questions:

1) Does Hadith provide the historical circumstances of each and every verse of the Quran?

2) Is there only one consistent set of data available for this?

3) Does the whole Muslim Ummah have an un errant source for this material or does every sect have its own version of "Asbaab ul nuzzul"?

In Surah At-Tur, the unbelievers are challenged:

"Or do they say: He has forged it. Nay! they do not believe. Then let them bring a to it if they are truthful." (52:33-34)

Hadith similar

Again Allah has CHALLENGED those to produce a hadith. Sunni Muslims lack taqwa, they do not fear Allah so they have CHALLENGED Allah and produced: HADIYTH, their hadith writers are:

1. Bukhari 2. Tirmidhi 3. Muslim 4. Ibn Majah 5. Anas 6. An Nasai 7. A. Darimi 8. Al Kulini

Just to name a few.

Can you believe that Sunni Muslims have CHALLENGED The Sovereign of all the Boundless Universes (aalamin) and produced their hadith. Allah knew the enemies of Islaam was going to produce books and call them hadith and attribute them to Rasuwl Allah this is why Allah specifically used the word hadith in the verses below where He (The Creator, Allah) has condemned them by name [hadith].

Allah has specifically used the word hadith to condemn those books (BEFORE) they were created/fabricated by the hands of the enemy:

Allah makes it very clear not to believe in or follow any hadith that came AFTER the revelation of the Quraan. Note there are several Arabic words that means:

Aqwal=sayings Akhbar=narrations Hikam=Aphorisms

Allah says,

"When they are told, Follow what Allah has revealed herein, they say, We follow only what we found our Abaana (parents, fathers, forefathers) doing. What if their Abauuhum (parents, fathers, forefathers) lacked understanding, and were not guided? The example of such disbelievers is that of parrots who repeat what they hear of sounds and calls, without understanding. Deaf, dumb, and blind; they cannot understand." 2/170-171

"And who is more true in giving

Hadith than Allah?" (4:87)

"These are the Ayat of Allah which We recite to you with truth; then in which Hadith would they believe after Allah and His Ayat? Woe to every sinful liar, Who hears the Ayat of Allah recited to him, then persists proudly as though he had not heard them; so announce to him a painful punishment. And when he comes to know of any of Our Ayat, he takes it for a jest; these it is that shall have abasing chastisement." (45:6-9)

"In their all the messengers mentioned in the Quran narratives there is certainly a lesson for people of understanding. It is not a 'Hadith' which could be forged, but a verification of what is before it and a distinct explanation of all things and a guide and a mercy to a people who believe." (12:111)

It's clear the above verse states that the Quran is not a forged Hadith or speech, thus confirming the existence ofHadith which will be fabricated but will be deceptively attributed to the messengers of Allah such as Hadith of Sahih Bukhari and company.

"And of men is he who purchases vain 'Hadith' to lead astray from Allah's path without knowledge, and to take it for a mockery; these shall have an abasing chastisement. And when Our Ayat

(verses) are recited to him, he turns back proudly, as if he had not heard them, as though in his ears were a heaviness, therefore announce to him a painful chastisement." (31:6-7)

Everyone who have seen this debate saw the Sunni Muslims come up empty, they have failed to meet this CHALLENGE, that I started this thread with:

PRODUCE ONE VERSE IN AL QUR'AAN THAT SAYS EITHER ONE OF THE FOLLOWING:

(1) We are suppose to follow Nataq-un-Nabi (Speech of Nabi)/ Sunnatu Rasoolullah (Sunnah of Messenger) by NAME

or...

(2) We will get guidance from Nataq-un-Nabi (Speech of Nabi) / Sunnatu Rasoolullah (Sunnah of Messenger) by NAME or

(3) We are suppose to believe in Nataq-un-Nabi (Speech of Nabi) / Sunnatu Rasoolullah (Sunnah of Messenger) by NAME ? or

(4) Nataq-un-Nabi (Speech of Nabi) / Sunnatu Rasoolullah (Sunnah of Messenger) was revealed or sent down (nazala) to Muhammad by NAME?

Allah tells us that His Holy Book (Al Quran) is COMPLETE, PERFECT, FULLY DETAILED AND THAT IT EXPLAINS ALL THINGS (Quraan 6:114-115; 16:89; 6:38; 12:111), so therefore there should not have be any excuses for a Sunni or a Shiite who believes in hadith to produce one verse to prove any one of the 4 options up above and in conclusion:

Fact findings from our debate:

1) Allah never told us to believe in nor follow hadith or sunnah written by (Bukhari, Tirmidhi, Muslim, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Anas, An NasaI, A. Darimi, Al Kulini), just to name a few.

2) Allah never told us that we will get guidance from hadith.

3) Allah never told us that the hadith books written by (Bukhari, Tirmidhi, Muslim, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Anas, An NasaI, A. Darimi, Al Kulini) is the sunnah of Muhammad.

4) Allah has mentioned the Prophets by name Prophet Ibrahim/Millata Ibrahim, Musa and Isa and mentioned the books by name Suhuf, , Injil in the Quran.

Allah told us that their scriptures were nazala (revealed or sent down) by Him but Allah never once mentioned any of the hadith writers by name in the Quran nor their hadith books they fabricated by name in the Quran. Allah never said their hadith or sunnah books written by (Bukhari, Tirmidhi, Muslim, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Anas, An NasaI, A. Darimi, Al Kulini) were nazala (revealed or sent down) to Prophet Muhammad by Him.

The Sunni and Shiite Muslims along with the rest of the traditionalist Muslims have no evidence, foundation in Al Quran to prove their hadiyth books they follow from men such as (Buk hari, Tirmidhi, Muslim, Abu Daoud, Ibn Majah, Anas, An NasaI, A. Darimi, Al Kulini), just to name a few.

Its a sad case to see that at the core of their belief and teachings of Islaam, they have no Quraanic evidence or facts to prove their belief system in Islaam or their sectarian school of thought which only proves that they have innovated bida or words of men. A true Muslim will always strive to seek True Islaam, Pure Islam.

"Sunnah" just like "hadith" are mentioned in the Qur'an by Allah but they do not have anything to to with Bukhari, Muslim, Tirmidhi and all the rest of the hadith compilers who fabricated tales (hadith) around 250 years after Muhammad's death.

So the only example of Prophet Muhammad is the revelation of the Qur'an, so if you tru ly followed Muhammad you would do as he did and uphold Qur'an ALONE...