Hosein Rahmani Tirkalai, The Manhaj of Fiqh-ul-Hadith by Shaykh Hurr Ameli on the Basis of Wasael Ush-Shia, ILSHS Volume 60, International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences (Volume 60)
    Undoubtedly, the most important part of a book replete with hadiths is related to the texts of hadiths. Today, such studies about hadith are called Fiqh-al-Hadith which these studies are represented only for searching the exact meaning and concept in the texts for this, Scholars attempt to study terms of Hadith and narrative, and also they strived to compare these narratives with Quran, history, logical particles, and etc by which the final concept of narratives would be found. This fact is also true for the definitions represented in narrative books. It has to be noticed that as shown in dignitaries sayings and topics, Shaykh Hurr Ameli was interested in declarative inclinations and he knew all the narratives in the four books and also all the resources in Wasael ush-Shia authentic and accurate. This outlook was influential on the way he behaves with narratives. In 27<sup>th</sup> volume of Wasael ush-Shia about “Inadmissibility of theoretical precepts of the phenomena of the Quran” and after mentioning a narration by Amir al-Momenin alayhis salam, believes that ayatul ahkam is from the cases which only fourteen infallible could get recognition of it. The present paper is such a philosophical theological Inquiry by which an observation about the Manhaj of Ahl Ul Hadith by Shaykh Hurr Ameli on the basis of Wasael ush-Shia has been provided.
    Fiqh-ul-Hadith, Hadith, Manhaj, Shaykh Hurr Ameli, Wasael Ush-Shia