The Differentiation Among the Narrators for Abi Zarʾaa by Uusing the Term “more Lovely for me” in Abi Hatemʾs Book Invalidation and Ratification “Critical study”

  • Ahmed Hammed Daham Department of Hadith, College of Islamic Sciences, Iraqi University, Baghdad-Iraq
  • Sadon Mohamed Mahmod Department of Islamic Belief and Thought, College of Islamic Sciences, University of Samarra - Iraq.

Abstract

The science of Invalidation and Ratification is one of the important sciences of prophetic tradition  through which the situation of Hadith narrators and their ranks though the science of Invalidation and Ratification is known and then the decision about the accepting or rejecting their narration. For this science many imams who memorizing the Holy Qura‘n and checking critics who inspected about the narrators and narrations and selected terms and expressions for the science of invalidation and ratification getting creative in its context. They made great efforts in the service of the prophet patrimony (peace be upon him). One of these imams is Al-Ḥafḍ Abu Zarʾaa Al-Razi God's mercy on him who denominate the narrator with terms of the science of Invalidation and Ratification, Among these terms that we selected for our investigation is the using of the term “more lovely for mi” for the preference among the narrators in the Abi Hatemʾs book “Invalidation and Ratification”. In our investigation we gathered the narrators who was compared by Al-Ḥᾱfḍ Abū Zarʾaa with this phrase. We compared his opinion with opinions of the other Invalidation and Ratification experts so as to see the accordance between them. Also we reached to a conclusion which indicates the situation of every narrator in this summarized investigation after studying the interpretation of each narrator interpretation

Published
Apr 3, 2021
How to Cite
DAHAM, Ahmed Hammed; MAHMOD, Sadon Mohamed. The Differentiation Among the Narrators for Abi Zarʾaa by Uusing the Term “more Lovely for me” in Abi Hatemʾs Book Invalidation and Ratification “Critical study”. ISLAMIC SCIENCES JOURNAL, [S.l.], v. 12, n. 2, p. 1-27, apr. 2021. ISSN 2073-1159. Available at: <https://jis.tu.edu.iq/index.php/islam/article/view/400>. Date accessed: 26 may 2022. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.25130/islam.v12i2.400.