Analysis of credibility of Hadiths and its influence among the Bangladeshi youth
AuthorAli, Ratib Mortuza
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The research paper strives to justify the position of hadiths in Islam. By extensive research, the author comes to the conclusion that adhering to hadiths is only a faith choice, and is not backed by any Islamic logic, contrary to what the mainstream Muslims would like to believe. The paper discusses the necessity, origin and content of the hadiths while making that judgment. The paper also includes research on the perspective of young adults in Bangladesh regarding hadiths and their importance. This component of the research compared the viewpoints of the pupils of the madrasha system with those from a non-madrasha background. In the end, the paper concludes that Bangladeshis are apathetic towards religion, and that practicing religion perhaps is a cultural emblem for the youth of this country.