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Flashbacks of the Inquisition and unpleasant analogies

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« on: December 03, 2006, 11:55:25 pm »

The rejection of the sunnah is not something new. It was as a result of failed attempts started by some orientalists who studied Islam not to know the truth about it but studied it in order to learn how to fight it. Realizing the importance of the sunnah in the practical aspect of Islam, they made every possible attempt to discredit the hadiths. They failed in their attempt, however they were able to find some followers in the Indian subcontinent. Today's group that call themselves the followers of the "Quran" are carrying the seed those orientalists cultivated in the Indian subcontinent.

You cannot separate the sunnah from the Quran. Because most parts, the sunnah explains the Quran. The number one job of the prophet was to explain the Quran and the Message of Allah to the people, therefore, we cannot completely understand the Quran and the intention of the words in the Quran unless we go back to how the prophet (s.w.t) explained to the companions.

Bye the way, the sunnah consists moslty of the sayings, the actions (practice), and actions the prophet approved. Therefore the answer to your question, how the Muslims prayed during the life time of the prophet? is that the prophet was among them and he was the one leading the prayer when with them and he taught how to pray like he was taught by angel Jibril. He said pray as you see me praying. So the prophet taught the companions and they continued praying the way they learned from the prophet and they taught their children (tabi'een)
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