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La Superioritą del Fiqh (Giurisprudenza) sugli Ahadith

 
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MessaggioInviato: Lun Feb 18, 2008 6:24 pm    Oggetto: La Superioritą del Fiqh (Giurisprudenza) sugli Ahadith Rispondi citando

The Superiority Of Fiqh Over Hadith
by Sh. G. F. Haddad

Chapters:

0. Introd.
1. Hadīth Misguides Those Devoid of Fiqh
2. Imāms of Hadīth Defer to Imāms of Fiqh
3. Knowledge Is Not Memorization but a Light
4. The Hadīth of the Jurists is Preferable to That of the Non-Jurists
5. Knowing the Hadīth is Different From Practicing It
6. Understanding the Hadīth is Superior to Knowing It
7. Most Hadīth Scholars Do Not Possess Intelligence of the Hadīth
8. Not Every Sound Hadīth Forms Evidence
9. NOTES



Allah Most High said, {He gives wisdom to whomever He will, and whoever receives wisdom receives immense good} (2:269).

The Holy Prophet said, "He for whom Allāh desires great good, He grants him (superlative) understanding in the Religion (yufaqqihhu/yufqihhu fī al-dīn). I only distribute and it is Allāh Who gives. That group shall remain in charge of the Order of Allāh, unharmed by those who oppose them, until the coming of the Order of Allāh."1

"It may be that one carries understanding without being a person of understanding; it may be that one carries understanding to someone who possesses more understanding than he."


Imām al-Shāfi`ī apparently took from Imām Abū Hanīfa his famous statement, said: "You [the scholars of h.adīth] are the pharmacists but we [the Jurists] are the physicians." This is also reported from al-A`mash and Abu Sulayman Ibn Zubar and was probably proverbial. Mullā `Alī al-Qārī commented: "The early scholars said: The h.adīth scholar without knowledge of fiqh is like a seller of drugs who is no physician: he has them but he does not know what to do with them; and the fiqh scholar without knowledge of h.adīth is like a physician without drugs: he knows what constitutes a remedy, but does not have it available."2

Imām Ah.mad is related by his students Abū T.ālib and H.umayd ibn Zanjūyah to say: "I never saw anyone adhere more to h.adīth than al-Shāfi`ī. No one preceded him in writing down h.adīth in a book." The meaning of this is that al-Shāfi`ī possessed the intelligence of h.adīth after which Ah.mad sought, as evidenced by the latter's statement: "How rare is fiqh among those who know h.adīth!" This is a reference to the h.adīth: "It may be one carries understanding (fiqh) - meaning: memorizes the proof-texts of fiqh - without being a person of understanding (faqīh)."3 The Salaf and Khalaf elucidated this rule in many famous statements showing that, for all the exalted status of the Muh.addith, yet the Faqīh excels him:

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MessaggioInviato: Lun Feb 18, 2008 6:32 pm    Oggetto: Hadith or Fiqh? Rispondi citando

Hadith or Fiqh?
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BismiLlahi-r-Rahmani-Rahim.

Sufyān ibn `Uyayna said: “Hadīth is a pitfall except for the fuqahā’”, and `Abd Allāh ibn Wahb said: “Hadīth is a pitfall except for the Ulema. Every memorizer of hadīth that does not have an Imām in fiqh is misguided (dāll), and if Allāh had not rescued us with Mālik and al-Layth [ibn Sa`d], we would have been misguided.” (Ibn Abi Hatim, Dhahabi, Ibn ‘Abdul-Barr)


Ibn Wahb stated, “Were it not for Mālik ibn Anas and al-Layth ibn Sa`d I would have perished; I used to think everything that is [authentically] related from the Prophet - Allāh bless and greet him - must be put into practice.” (Ibn Rajab, Bayhaqi, Ibn Asakir)
He also stated, “I gathered a lot of hadīths and they drove me to confusion. I would consult Mālik and al-Layth and they would say to me, ‘take this and leave this.’” (Qadi ‘Iyad)

Ibn `Uqda replied to a man who had asked him about a certain narration: “Keep such hadīths to a minimum for, truly, they are unsuitable except for those who know their interpretation. Yahyā ibn Sulayman narrated from Ibn Wahb that he heard Mālik say: ‘Many of these hadīths are [a cause for] misguidance; some hadīths were narrated by me and I wish that for each of them I had been flogged with a stick twice. I certainly no longer narrate them!’” (Al-Khatķb)

Ibn al-Mubārak said: “If Allāh had not rescued me with Abū Hanīfa and Sufyān [al-Thawrī] I would have been like the rest of the common people.” Al-Dhahabī relates it as: “I would have been an innovator.” (Ibn Hajar, Dhahabi)

Sufyān said: “The explanation (tafsīr) of the hadīth is better than the hadīth.” (Ibn ‘Abdul-Barr)

Ibn Abī Laylā said: “A man does not understand hadīth until he knows what to take from it and what to leave.” (Ibn ‘Abdul-Barr)

Ishāq ibn Rāhūyah said: “I would sit in Iraq with Ahmad ibn Hanbal, Yahyā ibn Ma`īn, and our companions, rehearsing the narrations from one, two, three routes of transmission… But when I said: What is its intent? What is its explanation? What is its fiqh? They would all remain mute except Ahmad ibn Hanbal.” (Ibnul-Jawzi, Dhahabi, Ibn Abi Hatim)
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