Perspektif Orientalis tentang Hadis Nabi

Idri Idri(1*)
(1) STAIN Pamekasan
(*) Corresponding Author
DOI : 10.21154/al-tahrir.v11i1.32

Abstract

As the second source of Islam after the Qur’an, hadis is intresting to be studied by muslims as well as non-muslims (Orien­talists). There are many differences between hadis studies according to Orientalists and Muslim scholars. The differences occur in ac­cordance with their scientific tradition, beliefs, and points of view which are relatively dissimiliar. Muslim scholars see Hadis as the source of Islam that came from the Prophet Muhammad – peace be upon him. It is the sayings or statements, doings, and approvals of the Prophet, meanwhile according to Orientalists, hadis was made by muslim community in the first and second age of Higra. It does not the sayings, doings, or approvals of the Prophet, but the say­ings of common people which later transmitted and hang up to the Prophet. This article tries to explain critcal tradition of hadis among Orientalists along with the topicts such as the history of hadis stud­ies among Orientalists, the attitudes of Orientalists toward Islam, generally and especially hadis, the Orientalist’s points of view about sanad and matn of Hadis. The analysis of this article also describe implication of the Orientalists viewpoints to the existence and pro­bativeness of the Prophet’s hadis.

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