Fifth Principle: The results that arise from the confusion of the inspiration of saints with Hadiths.

FIFTH PRINCIPLE: According to the meaning of: Among my community are transmitters of Hadiths, that is, meaning, who are inspired,1 some of the meanings which were obtained through the inspirations of scholars of related Hadiths who followed the path of illumination and sainthood were supposed to be Hadiths. Whereas, due to certain obstructions, the inspiration of saints may be in error. Thus, some that are contrary to the truth may arise from this.

1. Bukhari, iii, 211; v, 15; Muslim, iv, 184; al-Hakim, al-Mustadrak, iii, 86; Ibn Hibban, ix, 21.

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Sixth Principle: The results that arise from the confusion of comparison and metaphors in hadiths with their true meanings.

 

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