Hadith written in early islam in Malay region

Latifah Abdul Majid, Haziyah Husain, Mazlan Ibrahim, Jawiah Dakir

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This article presents an investigation into the part played by al-Sinkili in disseminating Hadith teaching in Malay Region. Special attention is given to his techniques of writing Hadith in order to facilitate a better understanding of the Hadith to Malay readers and also his connections with his teachers and the chains of his teachers with those leading Islamic scholars in Middle East. In the interest of validity and reliability, the study provides multiple sources of evidence. These include tape-recorded in-depth interviews with specific researcher (in particular with an expert educationalist in the seventeenth century) and academicians who are biographers of the great scholar. Also included are data-gathering techniques such as library and document research. Research methods used to examine the original writings of al-Sinkili are largely qualitative, and consist of approaches such as hermeneutic and the inferential technique of content analyses. This article upon the earliest Hadith writing in the Malay world would help us to understand, the importance of Hadith within Malay-Islamic history and to understand how the Hadith is viewed by the devout and how it came to be regarded as part of Islamic Scripture.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)472-477
Number of pages6
JournalAdvances in Natural and Applied Sciences
Volume6
Issue number3 SPECL.ISSUE 2
Publication statusPublished - Jan 2012

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Keywords

  • al-sinkili
  • Earliest written
  • Hadith
  • Malay region
  • Rational

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  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
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Hadith written in early islam in Malay region. / Abdul Majid, Latifah; Husain, Haziyah; Ibrahim, Mazlan; Dakir, Jawiah.

In: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, Vol. 6, No. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2, 01.2012, p. 472-477.

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Abdul Majid, L, Husain, H, Ibrahim, M & Dakir, J 2012, 'Hadith written in early islam in Malay region', Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences, vol. 6, no. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2, pp. 472-477.
Abdul Majid, Latifah ; Husain, Haziyah ; Ibrahim, Mazlan ; Dakir, Jawiah. / Hadith written in early islam in Malay region. In: Advances in Natural and Applied Sciences. 2012 ; Vol. 6, No. 3 SPECL.ISSUE 2. pp. 472-477.
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