AbstractThe principles of syntax in the Arabic language which are trusted by scholars in the field of formulation, include the Holy Qur'an, Noble Hadithand Arabiclanguage, whether poetry or prose, and in this issue the scholars have relied on quote and hearing., as well as induction of these principles with necessary precision.Citation to the Holy Qur'an, which has beensuccessivelyquoted in both writing and memorization, has not been disputed by scholars.Scholarshad laid down certain adverbs for the citationto the Arabic languageand they trusted in the language of some tribes of a certain timewhichtemporal and localadverbs that had been laid down for the citationtofluent Arabs words are proofs for.
The disagreement among the scholars only occuredin the field of citation to the Noble Hadith andthere is no doubt the Holy Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) was the most fluent person of the Arabs and thus, it is desirable to make his Hadith as a principle toformulate syntax after the Holy Qur'an.But some scholars forbade citation to Hadith because they believed that Hadith has been narrated through meaning - not term,and that some of the hadith narrators had tone in narration, and previous scholars had not cited to the Noble hadith in their books and what was quoted from them.
In this case, a group of other later scholars opposed them andabsolutely allowed citation to Noble Hadith.There was also a third group who was moderate between the permission and the prohibition.In this paper, this issue was studiedin view of hadith narration - in view of meaning and tone -, in which these two cases were overshadowed.Because this issuehas beena source of disagreement among scholars in the field of citation and prohibition of citation.
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