Can a muslim practice the deen without the sunnah, just useing the quran.

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"Our Father which art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy name,
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our debts,
as we forgive our debtors.

And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil:
For thine is the kingdom,
and the power, and the glory,
for ever."      -- Amen.

            --- Matthew 6:9-13 - KJV

That encompasses remembrance, as well as it is in line with the Qur'an mentioning about the believers who seek forgiveness in the morning and evening.

answered 316 jook's gravatar image
edited Jul 25 '13 at 18:03

"And take that which the Messenger has brought you" (the Holy Quran)

so that is ur answer but if u mean thing like taraweh prayer then

النبي عليه الصلاة والسلام في حديثٍ صحيح رواه الإمام البخاري والإمام مسلم، مطلعه: عن أبي عبد الله جابرٍ بن عبد الله الأنصاري رضي الله عنهما ـ أي هو وأبوه من الصحابة، إذا قلنا: رضي الله عنهما، هو وأبوه من الصحابة ـ أن رجلاً سأل رسول الله صلى الله عليه وسلم قال:

(( يا رسول الله أرأيت إذا صليت المكتوبات، وصمت رمضان، وأحللت الحلال وحرَّمت الحرام، ولم أزد على ذلك شيئاً أأدخل الجنة ؟ فقال الصلاة والسلام: نعم))

Jaber bin Abdullah Al-Ansari narrated that :

A man asked the messenger of Allah : "Do you think that if I perform the obligatory prayers, fast in Ramadan, treat as lawful that which is lawful and treat as forbidden that which is forbidden, and do nothing further, I shall enter Paradise ?" He said: "Yes."

pray for all our muslim nation good and wealth ramadan mubarak

answered 2344 tokabo's gravatar image

So the previous scriptures do reveal the proper way of praying. The qur'an does mention bowing and prostration so we know the formal way to do it instead of just getting on our knees or "bowing heads and closing eyes". The epistles of the new testament, there is one that mentions praying with eyes open.

But what about all the people who do salah with kufis on? The new testament mentions that a man praying with his head covered defiles his head, and a woman who prays without her head covered is as if she is bald.

Yet, some would rather follow "hadiths" that hold no validity and which compilation of such "hadiths" utilize the number six threescore and six in the structure thereof, yet the new testament of the bible teaches that the number six threescore and six has to do with the beast and anti christ, in turn, those who accept that number will be thrown into the lake of fire.

Don't be a suspicious nut who rejects all but the qur'an, but don't be stupid to accept what is false. The qur'an has the guidance in it to show us what to believe and what not to, but many would rather reject faith just to "fit in" to the "islamic" thing.

Woe to them.

answered 316 jook's gravatar image

Isa taught how to pray.

look up what is called "the lord's prayer"

It is not contradictory to the qur'an. The statements in qur'an about the christians and jews calling themselves sons of God is a different concept than a muslim calling Allah "Our Father".

God is called father even in the old testament.

answered 316 jook's gravatar image

The part in the gospel I was referring to had to do with the disciples not washing their hands before eating. The pharisees always washed their hands before eating and made it part of their routine.

Isn't there part in the "hadiths" about "the sunnah of eating" which has to do with washing your hands before eating?

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@Believers Allah azza wal jall has stated in the Qur'an, " With clear signs and Books ( We sent the messengers). And We have also sent down unto you (O Muhammad) the reminder and the advice (the Qur'an), that you may explain clearly to men what is down to them, and that they may give thought. "(sura 16:44) This verse confirms that you need the sunnah to explain the Qur'an without the sunah you will never know how to implement what Allah expects as worship, this is why Allah has said that the Rasul saws is US WATUM HASANAH the best example to follow. Now the brother Jook has made a statement that has nothing to do with Islam, for the problem with what Isa had with the Pharisees is that they reinterpreted the Laws and came up with the Talmud (oral traditions) so the apostles not washing their hands was a man made innovation to the Law. This is what Isa condemned so I suggest that the brother re read his book. As far as Muslims any hadeeth that goes against the Qur'an is to be rejected, for it has been reported on the authority of Abu Hurayrah, the Rasul saws said, " Many will misquote me and he who misrepresents me has earned his seat in hellfire, when someone comes to you saying I said anything put it against the Book." (sahih muslim) The reason for this is what Allah azza wal jall has stated, " Your companion ( Muhammad ) has neither gone astray nor has he erred. Nor does he speak on his desire. It is only an Inspiration that is inspired." (sura 53:2-4) The sunnah must be authenticated and the Rasul has given us the way to do it, the implementation of Ilm Rijal has been innovated hundreds of years after the Rasul saws. There is noway to implement the tenets of the Qur'an without the sunnah. @ brother Jook you make these wild claims about the sunnah and it having something to do with the number 666, doesn't your book say that the number is the number of a man? What does that have to do with the sunnah, though I agree that many hadeeths are fabricated and this has a lot to do with the ban that was put on the reporting of hadeeth after the Rasul saws returned to Allah. But the Rasul saws has told us how to deal with the hadeeths. So I say you shouldn't put your trust in a book that has been canonized by the Nicene council by sun worshippers which is today as son worship. May Allah guide us the true believers, salaam

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Their is noway to implement the commands if Allah without the sunnah.

(Aug 07 '13 at 01:53) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

@stronghold this is another debate I would like to hearbyour take on. Inshallah

(Sep 29 '13 at 09:43) yaqin ♦ yaqin's gravatar image

I wouldn't risk my life on some books purported as the sunnah of the prophet when they have to do with 666 since I have already learned not to accept 666, and I have faith not to be stupid.

answered 316 jook's gravatar image

Can you please explain what you mean when you say 666??

(Jul 16 '13 at 21:24) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

Why don't you take the faith learned from the bible, I.E. not living by the flesh, living by the spirit, and ask Muhammad himself about it then?

Ask God about it then?

What, like it isn't possible to hear the messenger?

answered 316 jook's gravatar image

Um... Can u hear the prophet? I don't think I can. You must really be special then. I know that I can send Europe to him but that is all I can't literally talk to him

(Jul 16 '13 at 21:27) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

Oops europe is supposed to be durood

(Jul 16 '13 at 21:28) UnknownUser UnknownUser's gravatar image

Well sunnah of prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is what should follow as guidance as no ones life is described as his life is from the day he was born to the day he passed away. 1 book cannot contain all of the information of all his life. As he has shown us everything and how we should live in the correct way.

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