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Submitted by secularchick (Canada), Apr 16, 2008 at 23:01

This is typical. Instead of researching the subject independently, people want information served on a silver plate surrounded with watercrest. Well, I'm used to it. For starters, google the word "bukhari" and you'll get 2 million hits. That's a humongous heap of rubbish. Should you want to own all nine volumes of Bukhari's hadith, go to amazon.com. Alternatively, maybe your imam will lend it to you. Now all you have to do is to read - though I doubt that you'll do it. It's very, very painful.

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