Course Title : Hadith Texts
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ISC 212-1 A -1 4 0 0 4.00 5
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Description In this subject we will treat topics about the history and methodology of hadith. The purpose of this subject is a better understanding of hadiths by the students and the necessary supply required to gain by the sources of hadith. In this way it is examined the main terms of hadith, transmiters of hadith, works and main sciences of hadith. These topics are inquired bearing in mind the historical development of hadith, in this way the students learn to evaluate the hadiths and their methods of transmition
Objectives Reading texts about the words and deeds of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) from Arabic and memorizing some of them.
Course Outline
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1Introduction: Hadith And Sunnah, The Importance of Hadith, History of Hadith. The words of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) have always aroused the interest of writers, scholars and intellectuals. They have become a source of wisdom and have never lost their relevance in relation to time. Building social relationships, closeness, generosity, solidarity, justice and love are among the basic topics that are addressed. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, Mukadima.
2Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 19-22. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. The unknown words in the hadith are clarified. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
3Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 23-26. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. The unknown words in the hadith are clarified. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
4Hadiths about the value of health and time in Islam. Reading and memorizing the hadith. The riches that man possesses are many, some of them internal and some external-material. In the hadith in question, two of them are emphasized, which in terms of value and role can be said to be two pillars that make human life dynamic and interesting. All spheres of life depend on health and leisure. Eloquence in hadith is discussed. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, (15- 25)
5Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 27-30. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. The unknown words in the hadith are clarified Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
6Reading Some Selected Hadiths. Reading hadiths on basic human rights and freedoms according to Islamic jurisprudence. For everyone the right to liberty is natural, innate. The basis of freedom is free thinking, the address of freedom is free belief. Religion recognizes for all people the right to life, liberty, education and dignity. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, (40- 60)
7Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 31-34. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
8Midterm Exam
9Hadiths about justice and morality. Reading from Arabic the hadiths on the topic: The believer's engagement in important matters and the weight of the word and its impact. Unknown words are then translated and explained. In this hadith many concepts are structured in a four- to five-word sentence. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, (75- 80)
10Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 35- 38. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
11Reading Some Selected Hadiths: The Method of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in educating children. Reading from Arabic of the well-known hadith of human nature. We can summarize it in several sub-issues such as: The parenting model, the choice of appropriate time for child counseling, justice, equality between children and children's rights and the importance of parents' prayer for their children. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, (100- 125)
12Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 39-42. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
13Reading Some Selected Hadiths on the Subject of Humanity and Charity. Reading hadiths from Arabic and translating the text. Discussion on unfamiliar words. In this hadith, the prophetic method is presented with the method of illustration through example, comparison and similarity. Bringing examples gives understandable form to the concept and creates impact. Discussion about the close bond of trust-alms. Riyadhus- Saliheen, Vol I, (157-180)
14Reading the Text by Bukhari, Kitabu'l Iman, from pages 43-46. Students read by placing the haraka and then the passage is translated. The meaning and structure of the text is discussed. Clarification of key concepts. Imam Buhari, Sahih Mosque, Cairo: Matbatu, 2000.
15Repetition. Repetition of the text read from the book Kitabu'l Iman and memorized hadiths.
16Final Exam
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Learning Outcomes and Competences
1To increase the knowledge of students in the field of hadith.
2Improve students' knowledge of classic hadith books.
3Students will be able to understand the text of the hadiths from the authentic hadith books.
4Students will be able to memorize key hadiths on various topics of everyday life.
Course Evaluation Methods
In-term studies Quantity Percentage
Midterms130
Quizzes00
Projects120
Term Projects00
Laboratory00
Attendance00
Contribution of in-term studies to overall grade50
Contribution of final examination to overall grade50
Total100
ECTS (Allocated Based on Student) Workload
Activities Quantity Duration
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Course Duration (Including the exam week : 16 x Total course hours) 16464
Hours for off-the-classroom study (Pre-study, practice) 14456
Assignments 111
Midterms 111
Final examination 122
Other 000
Total Work Load 124
Total Work Load / 25 (hours) 4.96
ECTS 5

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