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Title: The Bahr Al-Madhi of Shaykh Idris Al-Marbawi and the Jawahir Al-Bukhari of Tuan Haji Husayn : Significance Hadith texts for Malay Muslims as tools for religious political and social teaching during twentieth century
Author: Majid, Latifah Bintio Abdul
Awarding Body: The University of Wales, Lampeter
Current Institution: University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Date of Award: 2008
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Abstract:
This thesis sets out to investigate on the specific Hadi-th texts, Bahr al-Madhi al-sharh mukhtasar sahih al- Tirmidhi of Shaykh ldris al-Marbawi and Tazkir al-qaba'il Jawahir al-Bukhari of Tuan Haji Husayn as religious, social and political teachings for Malay Muslims during the twentieth century. These texts are selected for two reasons: firstly, both provide invaluable data for analyses-, secondly, both were openly acknowledged by the Malay community until recently as highly esteemed sources of revelation from the Prophet t The research is therefore undertaken on several premises, as folloys: Al-Marbawl and Husayn's translations and commentaries are held to have been serviced by the great Ijadi-th scholars - al-Tirmidhi and al-Bukhari - and should therefore be esteemed accordingly. In line with this, the present study aims to demonstrate al-Marbawi and Husayn's deep condemnation at that time of the misconduct of Malay Muslims and of the ideology held by the Kawn Tua and Kaum Muda (political polemics) for instance. As a criticism of Malay Muslims, their teaching and condemnation is absolute. This study believed that these Mo great scholars were independent authorities who would respond to key existing problems (including disunity, unjust leadership, and conflicts between religious scholars) as their mission to uphold the truth as guided by the Prophet in Hadith
Supervisor: Not available Sponsor: JISC Digital Islam
Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.504248  DOI: Not available
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