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Submitted by B. Williame (Belgium), May 14, 2008 at 03:41

"(1) Methods of compiling Hadith,

a. The scholars would read the Hadith and who have narrated it, then they trace back to the original source who heard it physically from Mohammad himself. If the chain of narrators was weak or interrupted in time span or one unreliable source in the chain, they would clasifiy the Hadith as such, either strong, weak, or nullified"

Hum I suppose this is the only way of doing it with what they had. Still doesn't make it perfect, It just provides proof that they did their utmost best to make it so.

"b. Check wikipedia (Science of Hadith)"

Wikipedia is corrupted, but I'll do so never the less.

"c. As for the Quran read wikipedia (Quran)" done parts of it, but as it was told to me that wiki wasn't correct, I searched further.

Thank you for your time.

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