Le Prophète Mohammed avait interdit l’écriture de ses hadiths
Il est relaté dans Muslim, Ahmed et d’autres sources de hadiths, que le Prophète Mohammed avait interdit l’écriture de ses hadiths. Tous les recueils de hadiths que nous avons aujourd’hui, et qui sont considérés par les savants du hadith comme authentiques (sahih), ont été écrit deux siècles après la mort du Prophète ; pendant deux siècles, il n’y avait aucune documentation autorisée de hadiths en conformité avec l’interdiction laissée par le Prophète. Parmi les recueils sahih que nous avons aujourd’hui, le premier à avoir été écrit est celui de Bukhari qui est né en l’an 194 de l’Hégire (870 après JC). Il est également important de noter que les auteurs des six autres recueils de hadiths, comme Muslim et Abu Dawud, sont tous nés après Bukhari. Continue reading L’histoire des hadiths
Millions of Muslims all over the world have been brought up to believe that the collections of hadith by Bukhari and Moslim provide the authentic words and teachings of the prophet Muhammad. These two collections have been labelled “sahih” (authentic). The majority of these hadith portray a chain of narrators in a chinese whispers fashion attributing sayings to the Prophet (e.g. A said that B said that C said ……. that G said, that the Prophet said). Often the chain extends to seven names or even more, yet for some reason the hadith advocates still deemed these hadith to be the authentic and genuine sayings of the Prophet! With an extremely naive type of logic. It is assumed that every person in the chain, not only was totally honest, but that he had a super human memory to enable him to narrate accurately incidents that took place one hundred or two hundred years earlier.! How did they come to this conclusion?
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(12) Insult to God
“On the Day of Judgement, God will open His leg and show His thigh to the Prophet.”
“God will show His leg to the believers and they will fall prostrate.”
(13) Insulting women again, & nonsense
Sahih Bukhari and Muslim:
Abu Hurayra said, the Messenger of God said; “If it was not for the Jews (Children of Israel), the food would have never deteriorated and the meat would have never turned bad (rot, decay or spoil), and If it was not for Eve, no woman would have ever cheated on her husband.”
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Why and When it was written
Prophet Muhammed forbids the writing of his hadith
It has been documented in Muslim, Ahmed and other sources of hadith that the prophet Muhammad has prohibited the writing of his hadith. All the hadith collections we have today, and which are regarded by the hadith scholars as authentic (sahih), were written two centuries after the death of the Prophet, for two centuries there was no authorised documentation of the hadith in accordance with the prohibition left by the Prophet. Out of the sahih collections we have today, the first to be written was that of Bukhari who was born in the year 194 after Hijra (870 AD). It is also important to note that the authors of the other six hadith collections, like Musim and Abu Dawood, were all born after Bukhari. For more info about the exact dates of birth of all the six authors of the hadith collections please see: Six major hadith collections
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The punishment enforced in some Islamic countries for the crime of theft is based on the wrong interpretation of the following verse:
[5:38] The male thief, and the female thief, you shall ‘eqta’u’ (cut) their hands as a penalty for what they have committed, and to serve as a deterrent from God. God is Dignified, Wise.
According to the incorrect interpretation of 5:38, the law in these Islamic countries deems the punishment of severing the hand of anyone caught stealing. But is this the correct interpretation of God’s words in 5:38?
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By: Ro Waseem
One of the biggest misconceptions about Islam is that it permits child marriage, and is therefore looked down upon as medieval, oppressive and illogical by non-Muslims. Shockingly, instead of viewing this as a downright tarnation and disgrace to Islam, Muslims in complete ignorance of the Quran actually defend and support this point of view! If Muslims, themselves, are going to portray such an image of their religion, then I really don’t see why they would get agitated with the criticism on Islam.
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