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    Post Hadeeth Qudsi, Hadeeth Nabawee, the Qur'aan

    Source: Sharh 'Aqeedat il-Waasitiyyah, tape no. 18/4,9

    Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (hafidhahullaah) explains the similarities/differences between hadeeth Qudsi and hadeeth Nabawee; and between hadeeth Qudsi and the Qur'aan:

    "Hadeeth Qudsi: the wording and the meaning is from Allaah, 'azza wa jal

    Hadeeth Nabawee: the wording is from the Messenger (sallAllaahu 'alayhi wa sallam) and the meaning is from Allaah, 'azza wa jal


    Both Hadeeth Qudsi and the Qur'aan are the speech of Allaah.

    But:

    The Qur'aan is mutawaatir.

    Hadeeth Qudsi may not be mutawaatir; it could be aahaad, it could be dha'eef (weak), it could be hasan...


    One worships (Allaah) by reciting the Qur'aan, in prayer and other than that.

    Hadeeth Qudsi is not recited (melodiously) as an act of worship (as the Qur'aan is).
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    jazaak Allaahu khayran

    Hadeeth Qudsi is not recited as an act of worship.

    I would suggest the following:

    Hadeeth Qudsi is not recited melodiously as an act of worship (as the Qur'aan is)."

    may Allaah bless you.
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    Moosaa Richardson

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    baarakallaahu feekum, you're right that's much clearer, i changed it, jazaakallaahu khayran,

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    Additional benefit

    Shaykh Al-Albaani (rahimahullaah) mentioned in mutafarriqaat tape no. 190/1:

    "The Qur'aan: is a miracle in its eloquence.

    Hadeeth Qudsi: is not on the same level as the Qur'aan with respect to its eloquence"


 

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