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Old 11-24-2010, 04:06 PM   #15
milfovoxapl

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its obvious that there is difference in usool with this issue. like stated it is weak not fabricated. you in tabligh jamaat. lets say we start speaking bad about fadhail a'mal based on the fact that there are many weak ahadeeth there in. but our scholars & the tabligh scholars have mentioned that for fadhail purposes they fine. Ive heard brothers going on about you read this surah so many times & do this so many times & your reward will be this. half the time they from weak hadith so what would you say about that.

just because a practice is famous amongst the Berelwis it doesnt become wrong entirely.
From the Imams of Shafi'iyyah: Al-Allamah Sakhaawi (RA) quotes his own teacher Al-Imam Al-Hafidh Ibn Hajar Asqalani (RA) in Al-Qawl-ul-Badi' about the conditions of acting on weak Hadeeth. These conditions are absent from the action under discussion even if we were to accept that the weakness in this narration is acceptable, the three conditions are as follows:

1. أن يكون الضعف غير شديد ، فيخرج من انفرد من الكذابين والمتهمين بالكذب ومن فحش غلطه.

2. أن يكون مندرجاً تحت أصل عام، فيخرج ما يخترع بحيث لا يكون له أصل أصلاً،

3.ألا يُعْتَقَدَ ثبوته عند العمل به ، لئلا ينسبَ إلى النبي صلى الله عليه وسلم ما لم يقله.


1) The weakness shouldn't be strong and excluded are narrations which contain narrators who are liars, or accused of lying or who commit a major error.

2) It should fall under a common principle and narrations are excluded which contain no real basis (for actions).

3) And it should not be believed that this action is proven from Rasul-ullah (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) so that the possibility of attributing something to Rasul-ullah (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) should be avoided.
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