Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran.

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  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad PBUH thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises a minority view that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from mainstream muslims, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprise views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from mainstream muslims, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranism scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists believe that the Sunna of the Prophet was intended only for the first generation of Muslims and so are not binding on Muslim that came after, and that the source of almost all sunna -- hadith literature which exists today -- cannot have the same status as the Quran as it is not reliable, having been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. Quran alone-Islam is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists believe that the Sunna of the Prophet was intended only for the first generation of Muslims and so are not binding on Muslim that came after, and that the source of almost all sunna -- hadith literature which exists today -- cannot have the same status as the Quran as it is not reliable, having been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. Quran alone-Islam is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Therefore they are consider a heretic group, disbelievers or Kafir . Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. The Quranists also differ from those who accept both the Quran and the practical Sunnat as sources of religion, but reject Hadith as a source of religion. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. The Quranists also differ from those who accept both the Quran and the practical Sunnat as sources of religion, yet reject Hadith as a source of religion. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. It is a minority viewpoint in Islam. The Quranists also differ from those who accept both the Quran and the practical Sunnat as sources of religion, yet reject Hadith as a source of religion[] Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, which today comprises the Sunnis, and to some limited extent, the Ibadis and Shias, and which first emerged during the 2nd/3rd Islamic centuries of the Islamic era (late 8th and 9th century CE) as a movement of Hadith scholars who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. A view that is rejected by all major schools of thoughts, who consider the Quranist view as heretical and use the Quran itself to refute them. . In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from the mainstream Sunni Muslims, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. سندايكى (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus partially or completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed.. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus partially or completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus partially or completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature as well as the Bible. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, who considered the Quran and Hadith to be the only legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider the Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed, Each ahl al-Hadith sect of Muslims, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which they rely, but which are rejected between the differing sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider the Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each ahl al-Hadith sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. Quranists believe the Quran even criticizes the hadith. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists frequently remind that the Quran criticizes the "hadith" both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith, in that the latter consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, however, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith who consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from ahl al-Hadith who consider Hadith in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam, has its own distinct compendium of ahadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and espouse none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. They believe that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The Quranists consider themselves followers of the original Islam, considering Sunni theology developed from the 10th century and Shia theology developed after 680. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. They believe that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The Quranists consider themselves followers of the original Islam, considering Sunni theology developed from the 10th century and Shia theology developed after 680. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. They believe that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The Quranists consider themselves followers of the original Islam, considering Sunni theology developed from the 10th century and Shia theology developed after 680. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed the traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed the traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a recent movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a recent movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are nothing but forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are nothing but forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is already clear and complete and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing authenticity of hadiths. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is already clear and complete and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ from Sunnis and Shias who consider Hadith, scholarly opinion, opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas in addition to the Quran as being Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which their Muslims rely, but which are rejected by the other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views which state that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, they oppose the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate the belief that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged and filled with lies along with the belief that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate the belief that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists claim that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and refuse referencing other literature to aid in interpreting the Quran. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an ideological movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists claim that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and refuse referencing other literature to aid in interpreting the Quran. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an ideological movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists claim that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and refuse referencing other literature to aid in interpreting the Quran. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other hadithist sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranist Islam, Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant branch of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranists, Sunnis and Shias do not believe that the Quran is fully detailed. The traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant branch of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. In contrast to Quranism, the traditional belief is that "the Quran needs the Sunnah more than the Sunnah needs the Quran". This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agenda, especially in verses about women and war. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant branch of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists differ with Sunnis and Shias who consider the Hadith, scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agendas. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denomination movement of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agendas. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agendas. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. Quranists do not consider them as a sect or branch. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and others in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the meaning of the verses of the Quran were disorted by sectarian Muslims. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Qur'āniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; also called Quran-only Islam and Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. Quranists do not consider them as a sect or branch. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and others in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the meaning of the verses of the Quran were disorted by sectarian Muslims. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Qur'āniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; also called Quran-only Islam and Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agendas. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism or Qur'āniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; also called Quran-only Islam and Quranic Islam) is a non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. In matters of faith, jurisprudence, and legislation, Quranists consider scholarly opinions, the opinions of the sahaba, ijma and qiyas Islam’s legislative authority in matters of law and creed in addition to the Quran. Each hadith-espousing sect of Islam has its own distinct collection of hadith upon which its Muslims rely, but they are rejected by other sects, while the Quranists reject all of the differing collections of hadith and have none of their own. This methodological difference has led to considerable divergence between Quranists and Sunnis and Shia in matters of theology and law as well as understanding of the Quran. Quranists claim that the Sunni and Shias have distorted the meaning of the verses to support their agendas. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
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  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad PBUH thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprises a minority view that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) comprise views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of all or some hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists affirm that the hadith literature which exists today is apocryphal, as it had been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad; thus, it cannot have the same status as the Quran. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranism scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists believe that the Sunna of the Prophet was intended only for the first generation of Muslims and so are not binding on Muslim that came after, and that the source of almost all sunna -- hadith literature which exists today -- cannot have the same status as the Quran as it is not reliable, having been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranists believe that the Sunna of the Prophet was intended only for the first generation of Muslims and so are not binding on Muslim that came after, and that the source of almost all sunna -- hadith literature which exists today -- cannot have the same status as the Quran as it is not reliable, having been written three centuries after the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Therefore they are consider a heretic group, disbelievers or Kafir . Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. A view that is rejected by all major schools of thoughts, who consider the Quranist view as heretical and use the Quran itself to refute them. . (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranism is similar to movements in Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. سندايكى (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus partially or completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. Quranism is similar to movements in other Abrahamic religions such as the Karaite movement in Judaism and the Sola scriptura view of Protestant Christianity. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus partially or completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature as well as the Bible. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because the Quran says so, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also "Quranic scripturalism") comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely or partially opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they believe are forged. Quranists believe the Quran even criticizes the hadith. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, which they suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists frequently remind that the Quran criticizes the "hadith" both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing the hadith, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus completely opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Qur'an, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures, and suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged. Quranists claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and claim that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic scripturalism or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The Quranists consider themselves followers of the original Islam, considering Sunni theology developed from the 10th century and Shia theolog (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is, because it defines itself as such, and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. The Quranists consider themselves followers of the original Islam, considering Sunni theology developed from the 10th century and Shia theology developed after 680. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as or Quranic Islam) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya) is a recent movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are forged and that the Quran criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya, also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are nothing but forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority, reliability, and/or authenticity of hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is clear and complete as it is and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside scriptures. Quranists suggest that vast majority of hadith literature are nothing but forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is already clear and complete and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing authenticity of hadiths. Quranists believe that God's message in the Quran is already clear and complete and that it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in technical sense and general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which comprises views which state that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, they oppose the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate the belief that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged and filled with lies along with the belief that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists advocate the belief that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies and that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists claim that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and refuse referencing other literature to aid in interpreting the Quran. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an ideological movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists claim that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and refuse referencing other literature to aid in interpreting the Quran. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies, and according to them, the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic law and guidance should only be based on the Quran, thus, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of hadith. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside literature. Quranists allege that the vast majority of hadith literature is forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quranic Islam) is an Islamic protestant movement which claims that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranist Islam, Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant branch of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant branch of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denomination movement of Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Quraniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; al-Qur'āniyya; also known as Quran-only Islam or Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Qur'āniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; also called Quran-only Islam and Quranic Islam) is a protestant non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
  • Quranism or Qur'āniyya (Arabic: القرآنية‎; also called Quran-only Islam and Quranic Islam) is a non-denominational movement within Islam. It holds the belief that Islamic guidance and law should only be based on the Quran, thus opposing the religious authority and authenticity of the hadith literature. Quranists believe that God's message is already clear and complete in the Quran and it can therefore be fully understood without referencing outside texts. Quranists claim that the vast majority of hadith literature are forged lies and believe that the Quran itself criticizes the hadith both in the technical sense and the general sense. (en)
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