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September 12, 2016, 03:17:09 am N. Truth Seeker: Wa salam sisters. So kind of u to remember. Alhumdulilah that Allah gave us another chance to live thru the blessed month of Zil Hajj.  Was a busy time for all of my family.
September 11, 2016, 08:26:43 am Zeynab: Wa'salaam my dear Sis Heba Smiley  Yes, Alhumdulilah, the 10 days of this blessed month went well by the Grace & Mercy of Allah. I wish the same for all.
September 11, 2016, 02:20:02 am Heba E. Husseyn: Salam my dear MV team and other sis and bros.  I pray the first 10 days of the bless month of Zil Hajj has passed well for all.  Hajj culminates in about 2 days. InshAllah.
August 22, 2016, 09:50:39 pm Zeynab: Wa'salam.  Thanks brother Smiley  Sis Heba helped me a lot too.
August 22, 2016, 09:33:50 pm N. Truth Seeker: Salam all.  MV Pinterest Boards are super, Alhumdulilah.
June 11, 2016, 06:35:43 am Zeynab: u r absolutely right sis Ruhi.
June 11, 2016, 06:32:29 am Ruhi_Rose: I came across a pinterest page on the Quran which says "The Quran is the central religious text of Islam."  Let me put it this way: Quran is the ONLYText of Islam. If u r following the Quran, u don't need anything else.
June 06, 2016, 06:20:53 am Zeynab: Ramadan Kareem to all.
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 on: April 15, 2017, 08:05:54 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zeynab
Appreciate this immensely.  Thanks a million Sister. 

Allah bless. 



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 on: April 15, 2017, 08:02:55 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Heba E. Husseyn
 BismEm


This is a reminder no sincere believer can afford to forget

The Christians and Jews aforetime changed the Divine Scriptures sent to them by Allah, The Almighty.   Prior to that, Allah also sent His Messages to Prophets Noah and Abraham but the people of later times altered them, mixing them with human messages.  Eventually, Allah decided not to trust anyone and took the responsibility of taking care of His Final Message Himself.  Thus as Allah mentions about the Noble Quran, it is in a "guarded tablet" or Lawh-e-Mahfooz.  It will be a stumbling block for disbelievers on the Day of Judgment, preventing them from tendering excuses to Allah that they were not aware of His orders, rules and laws.  The Noble Quran is not just a Message for the Arabs or any specific community.  It's a Message for entire humanity.  It's not just a religion, it's a complete code of life.  As the saying goes, "Indeed life comes with a Manual. It is the Noble Quran."   It's right there in the midst of humanity, original and pure.  Whether or not they turn towards it to discover its Light and Beauty is up to them.  Those who do so will only be benefiting their own souls. 

Even though the Quran is preserved perfectly, intact and original, the Muslims have turned away from it, repeating history.  They are powerless to change the Laws of Allah elucidated in the Quran.  Hence, they have discovered other channels to deviate from the Words of Allah namely ahadith, fatwas, jurist discussions and other such schemes and ploys which can be perceived as the counterparts of the altered versions of the Old and New Testaments.

Muslims say that when a "scholar or jurist or imam" gives a fatwa or edict, it cannot be changed or retracted by anyone else except that person himself.  Yet, they have no qualms changing the Laws of Allah.  How much lower can the human mind sink?   Some Muslim jurists are allowing their followers to drink water in Ramadan.  Some are suggesting to shorten the long hours of fasting in summer to a fixed 12 hours.  They are retaining the hadith institution, 99% of which is fake and brazenly slanders our beloved Prophet (pbuh) claiming that he drank barley water before sunset while fasting and many more falsehoods.  Such malicious lies cannot make themselves look true by claiming that "every hadith has a backdrop."  Similarly there are many other Quranic Laws altered by Muslim jurists who have given themselves the title of "Ijtahad" and have established their own laws concerning aspects already asserted in the Quran.  Hence, it's no surprise that the man-written Shariah consists of not more than 4% of Quranic Laws.  The rest are all extra-Quranic.  All such nonsense provide fodder to the Islamophobe nuisances to carry out their wily propaganda.

Beware of the variety of misguidance floating around this planet.  They all start with lies constructed with selfish motives.  The hadith / fatwa culture is a spectacular example of that which has had the most far-reaching negative consequences on our pan-Islamic community.  You cannot reform the community nor is that required of you.  But you can watch your own steps and reform yourself.  Stay away from all obnoxious interpolations introduced by our mind-screwed clerics and jurists and ignore their followers - some who are too naive, some outright idiotic, some glued to traditionalism and some firebrand mugs.   All negative interpolations and forgeries are introduced in the name of our beloved Prophet (pbuh) to provide leverage to the whims and desires of the clerics and are called "traditions of the Prophet" or "sunnah."  These are NOT the our Prophet's (pbuh) traditions who took his traditions ONLY from the Quran.  These "traditions" are the desires of the misguided clerics and jurists.

Therefore, take care to hold on to guidance which can only be acquired if you hold on to the Most Noble Quran.

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 on: April 15, 2017, 06:56:54 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zeynab
So correct ....

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 on: April 15, 2017, 06:55:33 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by N. Truth Seeker
I couldn't agree more sister.  Bukhari traveled far and wide in search of "hadith" because he was on a mission to alter the ideology of the Noble Quran.  Anyone with just 2 brain cells can grasp that but these dimwits can't.   Bukhari couldn't dare touch the Quran directly, so he invented another channel which today they call "sunnah."  That is Bukhari's sunnah which the fools falsely attribute as the "Prophet's sunnah."  The Prophet's (pbuh) sunnah was ONLY the Quran.

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 on: April 15, 2017, 06:48:10 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zeynab

A lot of credit is also given to Bukhari over the issue that he compiled 45,000 ahadith but retained only 6,000 ..... so that's supposed to make him "very honest." 

Yes, this is another point the idiots raise again and again .. and it's one of the points that doesn't answer any of the questions you ask them.   99% of the 6,000 which he retained are so obnoxious that they can drive one to depression.  So I ask our hadither friends, on what basis did their "very honest" hero select those 6,000 narrations.  He supposedly selected 6,000 out of 45,000 alluding that 39,000 were unacceptable.  But they all came from the same sources and thus the 6,000 he retained were unacceptable enough (no wonder).  What was Bukhari's proof of their authenticity other than the suitability of those 6,000 for distorting Islam which he certainly welcomed?  He probably thought 6,000 were enough to ruin Faith and misguide the people as 45,000 would mean too much work in the field of mischief. 

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 on: April 15, 2017, 06:32:04 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by N. Truth Seeker
Exactly Sister Zeynab.  And many thanks Sister Heba.  Both of you have put forth totally valid points based on common sense, but it's the conditioning of minds of these people that obstructs their common sense and keeps them on ignorant-mode. 

A lot of credit is also given to Bukhari over the issue that he compiled 45,000 ahadith but retained only 6,000 ..... so that's supposed to make him "very honest." 

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 on: April 15, 2017, 06:25:07 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Zeynab
lol well put sister Heba and br. TS.  I have also been told by several hadithers the same thing .. that every hadith has a "background story."  But when I ask them that why does every hadith leave us to guess what that 'background story' is, the hadithers never reply straight.  Whenever they have no answers, the commonest reaction in a reasonably civil discussion is switching over to praise Bukhari, how "devout" he was, how hard he worked for the betterment of Muslims and how far & wide he traveled to compile the "authentic sayings" of the Prophet (pbuh).  In worst case scenario, they go wild and accuse you of being a "deviant."   I tell these folks, I don't care for Bukhari's biography which by the way also differs from biographer to biographer.  I'm only concerned with the contents of his work which he has presented.  If the bulk of that is unacceptable, all those qaseedas in praise of him don't concern me at all.

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 on: April 11, 2017, 05:19:00 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Heba E. Husseyn
These loose-cannons sound lame as always.  They really need to act their age, not their shoe size.  Such an argument is yet another example of not only lying against the Prophet (pbuh) but also defaming him by alluding that he never explained the reasons for his out of the ordinary deeds, as if the Prophet (pbuh) didn't care if his actions appeared to violate the Quran and thus mislead people through his deeds.  If the Prophet (pbuh) was unwell while fasting and felt he needed to discontinue his fast, he would MOST DEFINITELY first and foremost mention the problem.  NO question of ordering the companion to bring barley water without clarifying the reason, otherwise there would be a risk that the companion might presume it's okay to break the fast while the sun is still shinning and convey the same to the community. 

The  asinine talk of these hadithers is not worth the time it utilizes.  Please send them the link of our "Analyzing specific hadith narrations" board and ask those buggers where is the damn inside scoop or the backstory for every hadith they claim?  Reading a hadith is enough pain in the ass.  Additionally, if  hadithers' attempt to make a song & dance about it and expect the  readers to presume and construct a backdrop for every senseless hadith, that's stretching the madness a bit too far.

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 on: April 11, 2017, 04:39:49 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by Heba E. Husseyn
Same with me dear Sis.  These butt cracked numbskulls make me vomit.  And to know that 99% of Muslims (both Sunnis & Shiias) of our pan-Islamic community support this mega load of putrid horse-shit is the biggest of all big tragedies in our history.

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 on: April 11, 2017, 04:34:53 am 
Started by Heba E. Husseyn - Last post by N. Truth Seeker
As-salam Alaykum all.  Listen to this one.  We had our monthly discussion meeting last Friday.  A sister who attends our discussions and is also one of the few Quran-alone followers like a few of us, brought up this hadith for analysis.  She was just as baffled as all of us were when we read it.  Then, a few hadithists (who are unfortunately more than we Quran-aloners in our group) jumped in, as usual with their moronic so-called interpretations, and the usual hype to make hadith look like the work of intellects.  They began saying, "o you don't know.  Every hadith has an inside story and the narration you read includes the details of that story."  So I asked, what is the inside story here?  The false hadith is very plain, the Prophet (pbuh) supposedly telling a man in a commanding tone to get him barley water before sunset and obviously much before nightfall.  One of the hadithists replied the inside story could be that the Prophet (pbuh) wasn't feeling well .. that he had a stomach ache or maybe a toothache or felt nauseous etc.  I simply told him I was sorry and couldn't accept such unsupportive guesswork and presumptions.  Carefully focus on the hadith.  The man reminded twice or thrice that the sun had not yet set.  If the Prophet (pbuh) was unwell and needed to discontinue his fast, wouldn't he have told the man even before his reminder that he (Prophet) wasn't well and needed to break his fast?  Of course he would.  Not mentioning that so-called "inside story" and insisting to break one's fast before dark only insinuates the idea of introducing a practice which is not allowed.  In this case it insinuates the encouragement of not following carefully the method of fasting as instructed in the Noble Quran. 

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