Volume 0, Number 11 (spring & summer 2014)                   2014, 0(11): 207-238 | Back to browse issues page


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Moaddab S R, Sattār H. A Study of the Role of Common Narrators in Transferred raditions (A Case Study of Je'aabi among the Sheikhs of Saduq). hadith studies. 2014; 0 (11) :207-238
URL: http://s-hadith.kashanu.ac.ir/article-1-287-en.html

Professor, Dept. of Quran and Hadith, Qom University
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In the present article, it is tried to show the way of transferring the Sunnites' traditions to Shi'ites' sources and its consequencesfrom a different and new angle. We believe one of the reasons of transferring the Sunnites' traditions to Shi'ites' books is the existence of some common narrators of hadith corpuses. By studying Je'aabi, oneof sheikhs of Saduq, and hadiths narrated from him in his works, we try desperately to offer some evidence for this idea. For this purpose, after delving into the biography of Je'aabi and his authentications in Shia and Sunnism, two hadiths that are narrated from him, in the books of Saduq are considered and dealt with. One of these hadiths isabout the distortion of the Quran and the other one about the Jihad. They are transferred from the Sunni hadith corpuses to Shi'ite books through him. We believe that these two are not in coherence with Shi'ite beliefs. Furthermore, mixing of common narrators in the chain of transmission and text of hadith, as one of the backgrounds of transmission of traditions, is studied.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/11/18 | Accepted: 2014/11/18 | Published: 2014/11/18

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