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Validity of Islamic Literary Sources

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Submitted by Dawudi (India), Aug 26, 2014 at 14:11

Actually, I am interested in knowing about not only about validity of "Literary Sources" but way by which Muhmmad transmitted his ideology despite of big forgery in Islamic History. Your arguments about Ali as not part of chain of succession following first three KHALIF, if hold true who are these AL KHULFA AL RASHIDUN ? and Dhimmi no more ,I don't consider arguments or speculations of anyone are of no value ! Here on this forum everyone can argue by his logic .If logic fails ,argument will false.

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