This research aimed to study the description of the narrator who request fame “the concept, the scientific value , its negative cautions on the reality, and the evidences that lead to achieve the fact”.
In this section, this study also dealt with two important issues through the following two questions: Is the request fame by narrators enough without written documents when there is no reliability or modification? Is it necessary to correct what they narrate?
The study concluded that fame is not the purpose of narrators when they narrate. but he means to be known in the scientific community of the people who narrate “Hadith” in a way that indicates his big attention, and his interest and certainty of what he narrates.
The research showed that this subject has a great scientific value, and a great positive impact on the reality of narrating “ Hadith” It also has its negative effects.
The study concluded that the fame of the narrator is not enough when there are no documents even when there is no reliability and no modification. The study also revealed that the narrators including the imams” Al-Bukhari” and “Muslim” indicate that the fame of the narrator is not necessary for correcting his “Hadith”.
For both of them “Al-Bukhari” and “Muslim” it is not a must.The evidence is , their acceptance of “Hadith” narrated by one person. But in “Al Sahihayn” they consider it, when they check the accuracy of “Hadith” and they don’t care when there are many ways of narrating “Hadith”.
Bawaneh, Saed Mohammad
"The request of fame by the narrators for al-Mohaditheen,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 14
, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol14/iss2/15