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The Concept of Bid\'ah in Islam
The Concept of Bid'ah in Islam
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Details:   The Concept of Bid'ah in Islam, In Light of the Qur'an and Sunnah,
Paperback - 238 pages,
by Salman Abdul Quayyum,
by Zia ul-Haq Qutbuddin and
by Muhammad Alamgir.


 In the parlance of Islam, there is a constant mention of the Qur'an and the Sunnah as the source of all laws. The Qur'an, as the word of Allah contains all the underlying principles that separate the good from the bad. The Sunnah, as the way these principles were implemented by the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, provides the broad pattern that emphasises the goodness of the good and badness of the bad.

From the point of view of the Islamic teachings, special technical terminologies are used to give a ruling on all human actions, be they hasanat (good and pious deeds) or sayyeat (bad and sinful deeds). Good actions are halal, allowed, admissible, legal, legitimate and praiseworthy. Bad deeds are haram, forbidden, prohibited, unlawful, reprehensible, and cursed.

There are two more concepts of paramount importance that define the uniqueness of Islam on the one hand and the integrity of a Muslim on the other. One is Shirk, i.e. taking partners with Allah, which tantamount to lowing Allah's incomparable status. Taking partners with Allah is totally unacceptable in Islam. In other words, the strictness of Islam on this issue is absolutely unique compared to any other religion. The other, Bid'ah, i.e. evolving new practices in Islam. Theoretically, some of these new practices could be within the framework given in the Sunnah of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, while there could be others which disregard the Sunnah of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace. Hence, new practices could be categorised as either acceptable or unacceptable Bid'ah. However, in the strict sense of the word Bid'ah is the direct opposite of Sunnah. As such, it actullay applies only to the new practices that are not acceptable.

This treatise attempts to dispel the unnecessary reservation about Bid'ah that prevails among some Muslims. It highlights the true meaning of the liberal ways of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and presents a common-sense approach to his humane Sunnah.

The Chapters in this book are organised as follows:

---Qur'anic verses that have a bearing on Bid'ah,
---Ahadith that have a bearing on Bid'ah,
---Islamic principles of Shari'ah Law,
---Key Ahadith on Bid'ah,
---What is the Sunnah of the Prophet, Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa Sallam,
---New acts approved by the Prophet, Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa Sallam,
---New acts accepted after the Prophet, Salla Allahu 'alayhi wa Sallam,
---Analysis of the definition of Bid'ah, and
---Some common practices among Muslims.

Recommended reading for all Muslims!!!

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 29 August, 2013.