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Most believe that there are no "sahih" hadith books that are completely reliable. Hadith books are compiled by fallible people, and thus realistically, they inevitably have a mixture of strong and weak hadiths. Kulayni himself stated in his preface that he only collected hadiths he thought were important and sufficient for Muslims to know, and he left the verification of these hadiths up to later scholars. God—to whom belongs all praise—has facilitated the compilation of what you requested.
I hope it is as you desired. Khomeini argued that Islamic law should be an integral part of everyday life for the believer, not just a stale manuscript to be placed on a shelf and forgotten. Rather, an exhaustive process of authentication must be applied, which leaves the understanding of the book in the hands of the learned.
They believe that anything that goes against previously held ideas must not be authentic. They also do not automatically accept some hadiths from al-Kafi that have strong historical proofs. Shia view of al-Kafi relative to other hadith books[ edit ] Kulayni himself stated in his preface that he only collected hadiths he thought were important and sufficient for Muslims to know at a time when many Muslims were illiterate and ignorant of the true beliefs of Islam, and heretical Sufi and gnostic sects were gaining popularity , and he left the verification of these hadiths up to later scholars.
And whatever contradicts it, reject it". Al-Kafi is the most comprehensive collection of traditions from the formative period of Islamic scholarship. It has been held in the highest esteem by generation after generation of Muslim scholars. Shaykh al-Mufid d.
Asool e Kaafi (urdu)
Muhammad ibn ya'qub al-kulayni