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METODE PEMAHAMAN DAN PENGAMALAN HADITS JAMAAH TABLIGH Zaki, Muhammad
Ijtimaiyya: Jurnal Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam Vol 8, No 2 (2015): Ijtimaiyya: Jurnal Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam
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There are clear differences in meaning of the Prophetictraditions (hadith) among the Islamic scholars. Accordingto scholars of Hadith (muhaddits), everyting that comesfrom the Prophet, in the form of words, deeds, taqrir,physical and non-physical, since before his apostleshipand after it, is a Hadith or Sunnah, which should befollowed. As for the scholars of fiqh (fuqaha), hadith islimited on words, deeds, and taqrir taht only has a legalimplications. The deeds of the Prophet which isperformed for the basic needs as human beings, thedeeds that was done by accident, physical form, are nothadith. Among Muslims, Tablighi Jamaat is thecommunity that tends to the defination the scholars ofhadith, so they practices and strives for such outwardappearance of the Prophet. Tablighi Jamaat are generallytextual. It can be seen from the practice of the sunnahsthat related to worship, manners or appearance, such ashow to dress, wearing a cap and turban, siwak,lengthening the beard and shaving the mustache, eatingand drinking, and others. For them, the Prophet was sentas an example for humanity, so that everything thatcomes from him should be followed
Studi Kritis Hadits-Hadits Kepemimpinan (Imamah) Dua Belas Imam dalam Literatur Hadits Sunni Zaki, Muhammad
Ijtimaiyya: Jurnal Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam Vol 10, No 1 (2017): Ijtimaiyya : Jurnal Pengembangan Masyarakat Islam
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The imamah (leadership) of twelve imams is considered as a concept coming from Shi’ite tradition. Hadith literature of Sunni, however, has numerous hadith on imamah as exemplified by Shahih Bukhari, Muslim, Sunan Abi Dawud, al-Tirmidzi, al-Nasa’i, Ibn Majah, and Musnad Imam Ahmad. Although these hadith have some differences in terms of their structure, the hadith have in common in their meaning and substance. Sunni scholars consider the quality of transmitters and content of hadith on twelve imams is shahih. In contrast, Shi’ite scholars do not consider them as mutawatir. Sunni scholars of hadith are not in agreement in determining the figures considered as a twelve imam. However, they agree that all the twelve imams were from Quraish tribe and sworn in by ummah. The restriction of some imams to twelve is not absolute since there is a hadith stating that the number of imam and caliphate would emerge after the death of the Prophet saw. Muslim were obliged to put their loyalty on and obey them. The name of twelve imams derives from the fact that during their leadership, Muslims achieved the glorious period in terms of religious, scientific and political field.