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« on: April 04, 2021, 10:45:37 am »




"In Paradise there is a gate called Al-Rayyaan, through which those who used to fast will enter on the Day of Resurrection, and no one but they will enter it. It will be said, ‘Where are those who fasted?’ They will get up, and none will enter it but them. When they have entered, it will be locked, and no one else will enter.”   Ṣaḥiḥ al-Bukhari 1797, Ṣaḥiḥ Muslim 1152.

"Paradise has eight gates, and one of them is called Ar-Raiyan through which none will enter but those who observe fasting." Sahih al-Bukhari 3257. Book 59, Hadith 67.


Allah The Almighty has already mentioned in many Verses of the Noble Quran the rewards of sincere believers and the punishments of the disobedient, the disbelievers. Allah The Highest never mentions the name "Ar-Rayyan" anywhere in His Final Message.   Yet the hadith keeps raving about "Ar-Rayyan."  Without Allah Almighty mentioning about it, would the Prophet (pbuh) ever say it?   Would the Prophet (pbuh) even know about it without Allah mentioning it?   How, through hadith qudsi?  No, never.   "Ar-Rayyan" is a fabrication, a forgery, supposedly a special gate in Paradise for those who fast.   

The ahadith has also invented the idea of "eight gates of Paradise" and "Ar-Rayyan" being one of those eight gates by referring to Verse 39:73 of Surah Az-Zumar which has NOTHING to do with "eight" gates nor does this Verse mention the names of any gates.  Verse 39:73 simply states that the "gates" of Paradise will be opened for believers who feared Allah.  Quoting the Verse "And those who keep their duty to their Rab are driven unto the Garden in troops till, when they reach it, and the gates thereof are opened, and the warders thereof say unto them: Peace be unto you! You are good, so enter you (the Garden of delight), to dwell therein;" (39:73).   You can now gauge for yourself how the hadith institution invents its own stories by brazenly misinterpreting the Verses of the Noble Quran. 

With the blessed month of Ramadan approaching, our people instead of focusing on the Noble Quran, are constantly talking about concocted titles like "Ar-Rayyan" etc. which are NOT given anywhere in the Quran. 

"And do not pursue that of which you have no knowledge. Indeed, the hearing, the sight and the heart - about all those [one] will be questioned."  17:36  Al-Isra.

There are so many of us who need to take Verse 17:36 very seriously and stop their gossip mongering based on hadith.  But unfortunately they just won't understand while with the passing of each day, the Day of Questioning is coming closer. 


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« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2021, 11:00:06 am »



I honestly hope people read Verse 17:36 very carefully and then, if they ponder on those ahadith, it's impossible they won't realize the urgency of staying far away from those forgeries. 

The eight gates of Paradise is one big hadith hype ... similar to the hadith concoction of Kauser being the name of a river in Paradise.

To multiply the confusion, many of the ahadith particulars do not tally with the ones in the hadith collections.  For e.g. the following false hadith about "8 gates of Paradise" ....

Whoever bears witness that there is no god but Allah alone, with no partner or associate, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger, and that ‘Esa is the slave of Allah and His Messenger, and a word which Allah bestowed on Maryam and a spirit created by Him (cf. al-Nisa’ 4:171), and that Paradise is true and Hell is true, will have the right to be admitted by Allah to Paradise through whichever of the eight gates he wishes, because of his good deeds” (Bukhari 3180).

If you search Sahih Bukhari for hadith #3180, it shows a very different narration about taxes and jizya.   Of course this doesn't surprise me.  The hadith literature is notorious for being disorderly and chaotic, and opposite of the Noble Quran which is so beautifully systematic.  Alhumdulilah.

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To multiply the confusion, many of the ahadith particulars do not tally with the ones in the hadith collections.  For e.g. the following false hadith about "8 gates of Paradise" ....

Whoever bears witness that there is no god but Allah alone, with no partner or associate, and that Muhammad is His slave and Messenger, and that ‘Esa is the slave of Allah and His Messenger, and a word which Allah bestowed on Maryam and a spirit created by Him (cf. al-Nisa’ 4:171), and that Paradise is true and Hell is true, will have the right to be admitted by Allah to Paradise through whichever of the eight gates he wishes, because of his good deeds” (Bukhari 3180).

If you search Sahih Bukhari for hadith #3180, it shows a very different narration about taxes and jizya.   Of course this doesn't surprise me.  The hadith literature is notorious for being disorderly and chaotic, and opposite of the Noble Quran which is so beautifully systematic.  Alhumdulilah.



Yes, this is another very common problem with hadith.   If you try to search for a certain hadith narration with its collection name and book # you will seldom be able to find it.    When we're searching for a Quran Verse, it takes just few seconds to find it, Subhan'Allah.   But with hadith literature it's a completely different story because it's just so jumbled, cluttered and topsy-turvy .... just like the altered old and new testaments.

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