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« on: July 07, 2008, 02:26:14 am »

Great post and thread.  I've indeed learnt a lot that I didn't fully know before.  That comparision and similarities of Hadith and Bible are once again an eye-opener and a proof of the origins of Hadith.

What Br. Shabbir means is that many of such writings of medieval "scholars" are nonsense.  But it's interesting to note his cool. 

Br. Shabbir is basically a rational man.  He is one of the very few Imams who can be called that.  I can make out that he personally realises the stupidity of majority of the Ahadith.  However, in his situation, he cannot openly express his discontent and disagreement with many senseless traditionalisms otherwise he will lose his job.  So he tries to follow a road in between very carefully, as if walking on glass. 

His diplomatic answer in a recent television show was amusing.  He was asked to comment on some very awkward Hadith which I can't recall now, along with a question on the status of Hadith.  He tried to say that only good Hadiths should be accepted and bad ones should be discarded.  But fearing the wrath of the mainstream Imams, he stated it metaphorically saying:  "Some people throw away the baby with the bath water while some keep the bath water along with the baby" meaning that only the baby (i.e. acceptable Hadiths) should be kept and the dirty bath water (i.e. the bad Hadiths) should be thrown away.  Well, at least he had the guts to admit that bad Hadiths oughta be trashed. 
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