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Our dear M&M and cut and paste jobs Paki/Arabic and the bogus hadith!

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 27, 2007 at 20:23

You cannot even write one page without some cut and paste job. ...Now you wrote this little gem

>we (Christians...and muslims sorry for the editing but this is priceless) worship the same God

You worship the same God as the Christians astaghfirullah al-3azeem? So is your God Jesus? But wait you are very correct as the Qur'an indeed says that Jesus is God. Remember that?So much for the poor theologians Abul Qasim and his Allah.

Then you quote the Bible so you tell us ya ayuha al-faylasoof al-kabeer: Why do you quote a corrupted book the Bible that is?

If you do not get this I will consider you to be beyond help which you are.

But that is not all

>Fiqhul bukhari fi tarajimhi

ROTFL Paki/Arabic! What on earth is that? Well let me guess:

Fiqh al-Bikhari fi tarajimhi

What on earth is tarajmhi? You are now confusing your Allah as he speaks no Urdu.

There is an Arabic word: Tarjamtuhu or his translation is this what you meant? But again your Allah knows no Urdu as islam is the religion of the arabs only and you ain't one.

Shame on you for pretending not to be a pakistani when you are for sure one. Is this self hate? I guess when you have no regard for your Hindu ancestors you must also be suffering from self hate and for what? For wanting to be a wannabe Arab?

But the real nail in the coffin in regard to anything written by al-Bukhari and his bogus hadith is the following:

"Bukhari is said to have examined a total of 600,000 traditions attributed to the prophet; he preserved some 7,000 including repetitions or in other words dismissed some 593,000 as inauthentic. If ibn Hanbal examined a similar number of traditions he must have rejected about 570,000 his collection containing some 30,000 again including repetitions. of ibn Hanbal's traditions 1,710 including repetitions are transmitted by the companion ibn 3Abbas. yet less than 50 years earlier one scholar had estimated that ibn 3Abbas had only heard 9 traditions from the prophet while another thought that the correct figure might be 10. if ibn 3Abbas heard 10 traditions from the prophet in the year around 800 but over a 1000 by 850 how many had he heard in 700 or 632? even if we that 10 of ibn 3Abbas's traditions are authentic how can we we identify them in the pool of 1,710? we do not even know whether they are to be found in the pool, as opposed to that of the 530,000 traditions dismissed on the grounds that their chains of authorities were faulty. under such circumstances it is scarcely justified to presume hadith to be authentic until the contrary has been proven"

But you know what hurts Arabs and wannabe Arabs like you is that Bukhari was no Arab just like you.

So much for the bogus hadith and for quoting it.

But again like I say: you are out trying to spread imperialism of the Arabs and the religion of the Arabs that brutlaized your ancestors and for this i say: Shame.

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