Ask yourself this question: How is Hiding the Hadith different from Denying the Hadith?
Someone asked the other day why were we not told about this or that or some other Hadith?
I say, when were Muslims ever told in a serious and systematic way about the Hadith in general?
How many hours in a day, week, month, year — in a Lifetime — do Muslims spend studying the Hadith? Reflecting on the Hadith?
How many mosques hold how many sessions a week or month or year devoted to the study of the Hadith?
How many Muslim Organizations organize how many national, regional, local and international conventions and conferences on Hadith?
No Muslim will ever admit they Deny the Hadith. Nor will anyone own up to being part of Hiding the Hadith?
But given the way things are, just what do you think is going on?
So, ask yourself this: When was it last that you actually stared at the face of a Hadith?
Your answer will tell you all you need to know about yourself; about Muslims; and about the world.
So, what connection can people like that claim to have with Rasulullah, Sallallahu Alaihi wa Sallam, whose blessed words and actions the Hadith Collection represents?