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A blind man??? mmm...

Reader comment on item: Canada's Muslims, Not of One Mind
in response to reader comment: You are avoiding half the question

Submitted by slayhy (United Arab Emirates), Dec 12, 2011 at 01:00

I see you are so upset for her killing, seems she is a relative to you

The story says

1. A blind man killed her

2. Muhammad ordered her killing

3. Muhammad endorsed her killing

4. Muhammad did not punish the killer

The series of narrators are unreliable, liars according to M. Naser Al-Din Al-Albany said in his book "the series of unreliable and weak hadith" the three narrators of this hadith are known to be liarsand cannot be trusted

According to Al-albany:

1. How a blind man can know the ins and outs of her house, or can reach there

2. How can Muhammad say that when he did not hear her poem and was in Badr fighting

3. How can Muhammad punish someone, if the whole story is a fabrication and not true

There are many enemies of Islam and Muhammad who would insert such evil Hadith, they target your like for an easy prey.

But thank God there are scholars who are much well versed than you who have gatherd the proper saying and deeds of Muhammad.

Second - Muhammad was in Badr fighting the infidels, he did not order her killing nor did he endorse it

Thirtd - Muhammad did not say who would kill her for me, or whatsoever


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