Senin, 28 September 2009


- The conduct of the last Prophet an Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (peace be upon him), his example, his ations and his sayings are considered as his Sunnah.

- The Qur'an assigns to the Prophet four distinct roles:
1. Expounder of the Qur'an (16:4). [The Qur'an, chapter 16, verse 44.]
2.Legislator (7:57)
3. One to be obeyed (3:32,132 ; 4:59,64,80)
4. The model for muslim behaviour (33:21; 59:7; 4:65)

- The Qur'an regards obedience to teh Prophet as obedience to and love for Allah (3:31). Whatever the Prophet regards lawful and whatever he prohibits must be followed (59:7; 24:51). He is extremely concerned for the welfare of all mankind. He is full of compassion, the bringer of good tidings, warner and mercifull (9:128; 33:45; 34:28). The Prophet does not conceal any revelation of his Lord and he is the first to surrender to the Divine will(5:67; 6:14)

- The Qur'n is also a book of principles. There is hardly any principle of the Qur'an which is left untranlated in the Sunnah. It serves as the commentary on the Qur'an. It is the perfect record of the implementation of Qur'anic teachings. Hadith literature is the mirror which reflects the method which the Prophet adopted in order to change the course og the lives of his Companions for the upliftment of human rights, values and virtue on the foundation of equality, justice, truth and Divine law.
- Teh ceaseless and dedicated efforts of thousands of Muslims account for its recording and collection.

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