OTENTISITAS H{A{ADÎTH MUTAWÂTIR DALAM TEORI COMMON LINK G.H.A. JUYNBOLL

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Idri Idri

Abstract

Almost all Muslims agree that an authentic
prophetic tradition (h}adîth) is that which comes directly from
the Prophet. A tradition such as this—like the Qur’ân—is
reliable in terms of its chain of narration and message.
Hence, it brings legal and moral implication for the Muslims
to apply in their daily life. In the science of prophetic
tradition, such tradition is called d}arûrî, literally means
compulsory in the sense that it necessitates Muslims to
comply. Different sort of view however, is being introduced
by an orientalist named G.H.A. Juynboll. He comes up with
an entirely different view concerning an authentic prophetic
tradition both in terms of its category and definition. He
reckons that there is no such thing as an authentic prophetic
tradition. Every prophetic tradition is vague, and falls
therefore under the category of being inauthentic. This paper
is interested in dealing critically with this controversial view
by giving particular attention to four ma

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Idri, Idri. “OTENTISITAS H{A{ADÃŽTH MUTAWÂTIR DALAM TEORI COMMON LINK G.H.A. JUYNBOLL”. El-Qist: Journal of Islamic Economics and Business (JIEB) 4, no. 1 (March 10, 2017). Accessed January 29, 2023. http://jurnalfebi.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/elqist/article/view/15.
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