Portal: Qur'an, Hadith, and Scholars

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The Qur'an, Hadith, Scripture pages are a special category of pages here at WikiIslam. Rather than being encyclopedia articles, these pages bring together a unique collection of Quranic verses, hadith, sirah traditions, tafsir, writings of classical scholars and futuwa of contemporary Islamic sheikhs and ulemaa. These pages are organized by theme to assist the student, searcher or researcher.

The Islamic Tradition Itself

The Islamic tradition actually makes many claims for itself, and these are documented here.

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The tradition makes many claims for itself, documented here.

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The tradition provides much detail on the history of the text of the Qur'an itself, documented here.

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This page documents what the tradition has to say on the scriptures of the Christians and Jews, and how they have been preserved throughout history.

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This section documents what the tradition has to say of the famous gharaniq incident, where the prophet is suppossed to have inserted verses from Satan into the Qur'an

Muhammad

Muhammad is considered to be the "perfect man" in the Islamic tradition and his words and deeds form the basis for most of Islamic law. This section details what the tradition has to say about him.

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This page provides a broad overview of what the tradition has to say about Muhammad.

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Booty taken in war was an important subject for the early Muslim community, and this page documents what the tradition had to say about Muhammad and the taking and dividing of booty in war.

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This page details what the tradition has to say about Muhammad and his pursuit of jihad or holy war.

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This page brings together a number of the Islamic traditions about the death of the prophet.

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Women

The Islamic tradition has much to say about women, their characteristics, their relationship to men, their menstrual cycle, and the propriety of men having sexual relations with them.

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This page provides an overview of what the tradition has to say about women.

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This page provides primary sources from the Islamic tradition on al-'Azl, or coitus interruptus, an important topic for the early Islamic community.

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This page provides Islamic primary sources on the theory and practice of hijab, the covering a woman's "aura" or private parts from anyone but her husband and family.

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This page covers what the Islamic tradition has to say about the mahr, the marital price which must be paid in every Islamic marriage.


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Jihad

Jihad is holy war in Islam, the "sixth pillar" that was an essential part of the faith of the early movement, and which distinguished it sharply from the religions which preceded it. These pages document what the Islamic tradition has to say on this important doctrine and concept.

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ِ This page provides an overview of Islamic primary sources on jihad.

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ِ This page provides Islamic primary sources on the theory and practice of defensive jihad.

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ِ This page details Islamic primary sources concerning mujaahideen, the holy warriors who fight in jihad.

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ِ This page provides quotations from the great schools Sunni jurisprudence on the theory and practice of jihad


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Non-Muslims

The tradition has much to say about non-Muslims and their relationship to the believers. Time and again, the Qur'an and Sunnah reiterate time and again the "painful torture" and "doom" that await the non-believers, and the inappropriateness of taking them for friends or protectors.

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ِ This page provides an overview of Islamic primary sources on non-believers, both in this world and the hereafter.

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ِ All schools of Islamic jurisprudence agree that those who renounce Islam and refuse to return to the faith deserve death, and this page provides the primary sources for this belief.

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ِ This page details Islamic primary sources concerning the "people of the book" that is Christians and Jews.

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ِ This page provides quotations from the primary sources on friendships and friendly relations between Muslims and non-Muslims.


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Miscellaneous

The Islamic tradition is truly vast, and these pages contain quotes from Islamic primary sources on various subjects that do not easily fit into any other category.

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ِ This page provides various quotations from the Sunnah

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ِ This page provides Islamic primary sources on the story of The Massacre of the Banu Qurayza

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ِ This page provides primary sources on the dhimma, the compact of second-class citizenship that the ideal Islamic state imposes on its non-Muslims subjects.

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ِ This page provides remarkable traditions from the Sunnah


Miscellaneous