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The Hadith Kindle Edition
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The only problem is about the kindle edition, my becomes unresposive quite frequently while is read this book. It doesn't happen with any other book.
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The Hadith is one of the three basic teachings of Islam, the other two being the Koran and Sira. As a non-Muslim I found the account to be an interesting glimpse into the Islamic teachings.
Almost identical Hadith are repeated multiple times, there are many Hadith in here that I do not really understand, i.e. not sure what is happening in the narrative but also confused as to the "moral lesson" a given narrator might think should be drawn from their narration.
Absolutely fascinating in places.
Because of the contradictions in the Quran (acknowledged by Mohammed) and the principal of abrogation, it is effectively meaningless to study the Quran without also studying Hadith.
A lot of people seem to spout opinions about Islam ("Islam is a religion of peace" from one side "Islam is fascism" from the other) without ever having read the Quran never mind read it in the context provided by Hadith, effectively making their opinion completely irrelevant as they have no understanding of the subject matter. My suggestion is read first spout later.