The Prohibition of Recording the Hadith, Causes and Effects

A Glance at the Methodologies and Principles of the two Muslims Schools of Hadith . A critical evaluation of the reasons why several Hadith from the Ahlul Bayt are not included in the Hadith Books of the Ahle Sunnah.

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  1. Dedication
  2. Preface
  3. Introduction
  4. First Part
  5. Reasons For The Prohibition
  6. First Reason: Justifications Of Abu-Bakr
  7. Second Reason: Justifications Of `Umar Ibn Al-Khattab
  8. Third Reason: Justifications Of Ibn Qutaybah And Ibn Hajar
  9. Fourth Reason: Justifications Of Abu-Zahw And `Abd Al-Ghaniy
  10. Fifth Reason: Justifications Of Al-Khatib Al-Baghdadiy And Ibn `Abd Al-Barr
  11. Justifications Of Some Orientalists
  12. Seventh Reason: Justifications Of Most Of The Shi`ah
  13. The Last Reason: The Author’s Opinion
  14. Second Part
  15. First Introduction: The Rise Of Ijtihad
  16. Analysis And Conclusion
  17. Second Introduction
  18. Umar And The Sahabah
  19. Continuation Of The Two Trends After The Holy Prophet: Crisis And Solution
  20. The Identification Of Advantage And The Sacred Texts
  21. Models Of The Perpetuity Of The Two Trends
  22. The Ahl Al-Bayt’s Attitude To The Trend Of Ijtihad
  23. The Extension Of The Two Trends After `Umar Ibn Al-Khattab
  24. The Perpetuity Of Opinionism And Ijtihad During The Reign Of Mu`awiyah
  25. The Rulers And The Jurisprudential Normalization
  26. Practical Examples On The Sahabah’s Violation Of The Hadith
  27. Conclusion
  28. Third Part
  29. Summary of The Last Reason
  30. Stages Of The Prohibition Of Recording The Hadith
  31. General Summary
  32. The Establishment Of The Two Trends During The Umayyad Reign
  33. The Four Hundred Principles (Al-Usul Al-Arba`Mi’ah)
  34. Practical Examples On The Jurisprudential Methods Of The Two Trends
  35. Motives Of Distortion And Deviation For Both The Trends
  36. The Effects Of The Prohibition Of Recording The Hadith
  37. Epilogue
  38. Bibliography