The ahadith refers to different hadith collections, and different branches of Islam (Sunni, Shia, Ibadi) consult different collections of hadith, while the relatively small sect of Quranists reject the authority of any of the hadith collections altogether.Just as the minority Quranists are not a single community, the ahadith-believers or hadithists are also not a single community. Hadithists simply share the feature that, in addition to Quran, they incorporate belief and practice of ahadith—not necessarily the same hadith collection.
The Quran (the holy book of Islam) and the Sunnah make up the two primary sources of Islamic theology and law. The Sunnah is also defined as "a path, a way, a manner of life"; "all the traditions and practices" of the Islamic prophet that "have become models to be followed" by Muslims.
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