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« on: May 09, 2007, 05:08:21 pm »

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As we all know, even the so-called "scholars" and "ulemas" of Islam admit that Shariah / Fiqh / Hudud that has ensued from the Hadith and makes up the complete Islamic legal system at present, contains hardly 4% of its rulings from the Quraan. The rest are all from the concocted stories of Hadith, warranted by neither the Almighty Allah nor the last messenger.

Brother Hafeez Kazi has elucidated this aspect most articulately in his writing titled "Satanic Hadith" which I quote:

"Opposition to the Hadith, and the whole body of extra-Quranic literature on Islam as doctrine has existed from the earliest days of Islam. This is well documented by Shafi (died 204AH/ 819AD).

The Quran historically predates any written Hadith and there is no mention of Hadith or the Sunna of the Prophet in what we possess as writings before the third century after the prophet. Quran and rationality based on its principles formed the basis of DEEN for first century Muslims. Thus contrary to being an innovation, following the Quran alone is historically the original Islam. It is the Hadith and other extra-Quranic literature which is an innovation, introduced in its written form in the 3rd century after the prophet .. that is, about 200 years after the passing away of the Prophet.

And whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed, such are the Kafirun . (Glorious Quraan 5:44)

And whosoever does not judge by that which Allah has revealed, such are the Zalimun (Glorious Quraan 5:45)

And whosoever does not judge by what Allah has revealed (then) such are the Fasiqun (Glorious Quraan 5:47)


Those Muslims, who claim to believe in the Hadith as being totally true, need to be objective and not subjective. They should, as concern for truth demands, not change standards while evaluating phenomena. If they reject the Gospels for their lack of authenticity, lack of originality, contradictions etc. (and they almost all do), then they should also reject the Hadith on the same criteria. Hadith have the same problems of authenticity as the gospels do. Hadith do not represent the words of the Prophet Muhammad just like the gospels don't represent the words of Jesus in total."

Also, as Muhammad Asadi states: "Hadith doctors have traditionally evaluated Hadith on its chain of narrators and its body text, according to their own criteria of what should be correct. However even according to their own standards, they fell into a dilemma. Some Hadith exist which have according to them a "sound" chain of narrators i.e. it was truthfully narrated but they dispute the text of the Hadith. One example of this and their whole system collapses. The Koran gives us the standard for judging anything that is presented. If the Koran confirms it in total its true. If the material adds to or contradicts the Koran, its source is not God nor his messenger.

Hadith believing Muslims make big claims on the so-called scientific compilation of Hadith. Let it be clear however, that no matter how scientific you are in your compilation of what is "false" to start with, the compilation cannot make it true. Even the criteria that is presented are un-objective, i.e. the truthfulness of a particular narrator with a story of how truthful he was. To repeat, falsehood is not converted to truth by its scientific compilation. The scientific method demands that "subjective" proof i.e. how truthful a person was be ignored and the item tested on objective criteria. What does the content say?"
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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2007, 01:27:09 am »


As we all know, even the so-called "scholars" and "ulemas" of Islam admit that Shariah / Fiqh / Hudud that has ensued from the Hadith and makes up the complete Islamic legal system at present, contains hardly 4% of its rulings from the Quraan. The rest are all from the concocted stories of Hadith, warranted by neither the Almighty Allah nor the last messenger.

and if the 'ulemas' themselves acknowledge 4%, in reality it must be not more than 1% or 2% at most.

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