11 Points on Hadith Books-Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali

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"Hadith Books were never met for public consumption. They were meant to be studied by serious students with scholars who could help them navigate the problematic content"-Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali

As more hadith books have been translated into English, many people are uncomfortable by some of the content contain within these books. A very recent controversy brought into question  the legitimacy of Sahih Bukhari and many problematic hadiths.

Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali’s provides a closer look at books of hadith and gives us 11 points to consider about them.
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Dr. Abdullah bin Hamid Ali

He holds a Ph.D. in Cultural and Historical Studies in Religion (2016) and an M.A. in Ethics and Social Theory (2012) from the Graduate Theological Union. He obtained his B.A. (ijaza ‘ulya) in Islamic Law (Shariah) from the prestigious Al-Qarawiyin University of Fes, Morocco in 2001. He served as full time Islamic chaplain at the State Correctional Institute of Chester, PA from 2002-2007, and is the founding director of the Lamppost Education Initiative. He currently serves as a assistant professor of Islamic law and Prophetic Tradition at Zaytuna College in Berkeley, California His research interests include the interconnection between law and identity formation, comparative Islamic law, and Islam’s role in the modern world.
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