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Mohammad's saysing are differen than the Quran

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Submitted by Samer Sukhun (Canada), Apr 23, 2008 at 18:00

Another point william

Is that we know that the HADITH - (Mohammad saying) are not a bible for us - but a tool to help us understand the Quran better - therefore scholar did a hard job trying to compile the most honest sayings of Mohammad - The study of Hadith is as scholary science by itself - it took them years to compile the honest sayings and reject the twisted, corrupted ones.

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