Fourth Principle: The results that arise from the confusion of interpretations of hadiths with the original hadith texts.

FOURTH PRINCIPLE: Some of the words of the narrators of Hadith or the meanings they deduced were considered to be part of the texts of the Hadiths themselves. However, since man cannot be free of fault, some of their deductions or words which were contrary to the truth were supposed to be Hadiths and were pronounced to be weak.

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

 

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