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Includes discussion on tawatur of hadiths and how in the eyes of Islamic scholars they could lead to certitude. -BS
---, "The Use and Abuse of Evidence: The Question of Provincial and Roman Influences on Early Islamic Law," Journal of American Oriental Society, 110 (1990), pp. 79-91.
This is a detailed review of Crone's book, Roman, Provincial and Islamic Law, 1990. He argues that the pieces of evidence which she presents do not prove her thesis. Crone's book and this review are relevant to the study of the early development of Muslim law. -BS
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Author's abstract: "The term qarina in Islamic legal discourse represents a central technical concept whose multifarious meanings have not been adequately explicated in the authoritative technical dictionaries. While qarina plays an important role in the linguistic interpretation of the texts-- thus partaking in the very process of defining the language of the law-- it is of no less significance in the epistemic evaluation of Prophetic traditions. The various technical connotations of the term qarina in these spheres of legal theory, as well as in positive and substantive law are the main concern of these notes."
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On the extant hadith manuscript of Hammam b. Munabbih (d. 131/748).
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A section of this paper is entitled "Significant Ahadith in regard to women's creation." She critically examines the isnad and matns of some hadiths and contrasts them with the Qur'an. The paper concludes with rousing words: "It is imperative for the Muslim daughters of Hawwa to realize that the history of their subjugation and humiliation at the hands of the sons of Adam began with the story of Hawwa's creation and that their future will be no different from their past unless they... challenge the authenticity of the ahadith which make them ontologically inferior, subordinate and crooked. It is gratifying to know that these ahadith cannot be the words of the Prophet of Islam... Regardless of how male chauvinist Muslims project their androcentrism and misogyny upon their Prophet..." -BS
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The paper aims to show that two originally independent traditions, one about the conquest of Mecca, the other about the takeover of the sanctuary, were linked to one another at a secondary stage. Part of the paper deals with the expression al-fath, which seems to be connected to the expedition to Hudaibiyya at least as much as to the conquest of Mecca. Moreover, traditions about the takeover of the sanctuary appear in other contexts as well, such as the 'umrat al-qada' or the hijjat al-wada'. -AG
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An important bibliographical essay, to be consulted for the study of any aspect of Muslim civilization in the years 600-1500 A.D. -BS
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