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H_H (UAE), (10,27,08) meaning of Hadith

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Submitted by Infidel (Canada), Oct 27, 2008 at 21:08

Linguistically the word "Hadith" means: that which is new from amongst things or a piece of information conveyed either in a small quantity or large.

In Islamic terminology, the term "Hadith" refers to reports about the statements or actions of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, or about his tacit approval of something said or done in his presence. Some people use the word "Hadith" and some say, "aHadith".

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