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Qur'an and Hadith
Seen, from the perspective of the Islamic philosophical tradition it becomes lavishly clear that Islamic philosophy and Islamic day to day way of life, is profoundly embedded in the Qur'an and Hadith. Islamic philosophy is Islamic not only by the desirable quality of the fact that it was cultured in the Islamic world but because it draws its ideology and insight from Islamic revelation (Ibrahim 2008). The Holy Qur'an is the essential foundation of Islamic teachings. It concerns the bases of statement of belief, ethics, adoration, facts, understanding and all aspects of life. Broad teachings that forms basis of social impartiality, economics, legislation, and global dealings are vital contents of the Holy Qur'an. Hadith is a phrase mainly used for compilation of sayings of Muhammad as leadership for supporters of the Muslim traditions (Abdulaziz 2001).
The wide-ranging classifications of recent Islamic resurgence are not essentially appropriate to detailed illustrations of today way of life.
A quick reading through the work of Shah Allah, discloses that there is contradiction to the conventional paradigm. The "intellectual family-trees" of scholars does not provide verification for common origins. The Qur'an symbolizes the most complete heavenly direction to human race. It is arguably the most recent exquisitely inspired book in Arabic, which empirically is asserted to stay integral in its original report, unchanged and not watered-down since its assemblage by the Prophet Muhammad's. Origin of Islam is traceable to earlier religions such as Judaism, Christianity and Hinduism. Though, the unadulterated monotheism of the Qur'an has unfortunately been lost or thinned in earlier religions. The Qur'an corrects the faults that crept into former sacred books upholding the original.
Analysis of each Hadith on its individual worth is considered a misuse of time and unreliable method.