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Could the interpretation of Bukhari be replaced the message of Quran?

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Submitted by Mohamad Nozzi (Singapore), May 27, 2009 at 11:43

If a muslim internationally replaces the message in the Holy Quran with the message he gets from Sahih Bukhari, he simply acts as a non-muslim to abuse the message of Quran. Instead, the Holy Quran should be used to interpret the book of Sahih Bukhari and to reject those that contradicts the Book of Quran since the Holy Quran is the inspiration from Allah received by Muhammad to draft it. Whereas, the book of Sahih Bukhari is a third party mind to look at Muhammad how he lived. It is the same thing as if you call someone to help you to write up your biography, the person does not know whether you are non-muslim would not mention that you are non-muslim. However, when your biography has been printed from generation to generation, many people would think that you are muslim but indeed you are not without highlighting it by the historian. Thus, using the book of Sahih Bukhari to be the message of Allah is rather misleading and not appropriate.

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