4 edition of Understanding Islam through Hadīs found in the catalog.
Understanding Islam through Hadīs
|LC Classifications||BP135A128 S83 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 257 p.|
|Number of Pages||257|
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Indological Books, 'Understanding Islam Through Hadis Religious Faith or Fanatism - Ram '. In India, the book has been published by Voice of India, New Delhi (Understanding Islam through Hadis; ISBN ) This book analyses select hadith to explain Islamic practices ranging from marriage, through zakat (charity) onwards to jihad/5(2).
Understanding Islam through Hadis is a book by Ram Swarup, first published in the United States in It was eventually banned in India. The book is a study, based on the English translation by Abdul Hamid Siddiqi, of the Sahih Muslim, the second most important collection of Sunni Swarup claims in the foreword that "we have quoted extensively and Author: Ram Swarup.
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The book is a thorough study of Islam, doctrinal and creedal materials, besides its social, penal, commercial, ritualistic, and ceremonial matters.; Ram Swarup () graduated from the University of Delhi in and had been an original writer and thinker ever since. He participated in his country's struggle for independence, courting imprisonment.
For some years, he. In the language of the Muslim theologians, Islam is a 'complete' and 'completed' religion. It is equally political and military. It has much to do with statecraft, and it has a very specific view of the world peopled by infidels.
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