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What are the sacred sources for muslims to follow ?

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Asked by RukhsanaSiddiqui, 21 Jan '13 04:24 pm
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Follow the noble quran in all respects
Answered by iqbal seth, 21 Jan '13 05:37 pm

 
  
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The Sunnah, the practice and example of the Prophet, is the second authority for Muslims. A Hadith is a reliably transmitted report of what the Prophet said, did, or approved (his Sunnah). Belief in the Sunnah is part of the Islamic faith. The Sunnah is used as an explanation or a further clarification of the Qur'an.
From the Islamic standpoint, Sunnah refers to anything narrated or related about the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), authentically traced to him regarding his speech, actions, traits, and silent approvals before and after the revelation.
Aisha (the wife of the Prophet) was once asked: "What was the character of the Prophet?" She replied: "His character was nothing but the Qur'an". Thus the Prophet, peace be upon him, was an embodiment of the Qur'an itself: whatever he practised or said, i.e. the Sunnah, is related to the guidance of the Qur'an
Answered by aflatoon, 21 Jan '13 04:32 pm

 
  
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The Quran, the last revealed Word of God, is the prime source of every Muslim's faith and practice. It deals with all the subjects which concern us as human beings: wisdom, doctrine, worship, and law, but its basic theme is the relationship between God and His creatures. At the same time it provides guidelines for a just society, proper human conduct and an equitable economic system.

Other source include the sunna, the practice and example of the Prophet, the second authority for Muslims. Belief in the sunna is part of the Islamic faith.
Answered by Uncommon Freind, 21 Jan '13 04:28 pm

 
  
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