Quranism (Arabic: قرآنيون Qurʾāniyūn) is a denomination in Islam that believes the Qur'an to be the only source of guidance in Islam. It generally rejects the authority of the hadiths. Such Muslims do not necessarily reject the authenticity of hadiths, but do criticize the hadith claiming that such religious literature is not endorsed by the Quran, with some claiming that text collections are an innovative bid'ah.
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- Ground Zero Mosque: The Confessions of a Western-Middle-Eastern Muslim - Page 47, Waleed Naf - 2011