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Our dear Md Shafiq is not aware who is the real author of the hijab verse and why was it revealed and it has nothing to do with the coronavirus Read and laugh

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Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 18, 2020 at 07:57

Our dear Md Shafiq whose Hindu ancestors were brutalized by the Muslim invaders of India is not aware of the disasters in the story in Sahih al-Bukhari about why his Arabian god revealed the Hijab verse

>protection norms,It's worth noting how covid-19, guidelines to protect one from another have been stipulated internationally, that most of all Islam has been teaching mankind, through the ages, since 1440 years, is no laughter-matter.

This is from an old post of mine:

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Aug 6, 2017 at 12:21

Dr Pipes

I realize that many Muslims agree that many of Sahih al-Bukhari's Ahadith are ridiculous but this hadith is just as bad as the breast feeding of the adult hadith

And this is what the hadith says: The wives of Muhammad used to go out at night to a field in-order to defecate or يتبرزون or yatabarzoon (notice that it is translated as Answer the call of nature!) and Omar was able to see Sawda' one of the wives of Muhammad defecating (no i'm not kidding!) and he yelled: I recognize you Sawda' and Omar went to Muhammad and he wanted Allah to reveal the hijab verse et voila Allah listened!

_______________________________________________________________________________________Now i'm editing my conclusions and questions about this disaster

I must conclude the following

1. Omar is the real author of the hijab verse and not Allah! So the claim that the only author of the Qur'an is Allah is a big fat lie unless Omar is another God besides Allah! Care to explain?

2. And if Omar did not watch Sawda' defecating (I wonder if Omar was a dirty old peeing Tom) women and men like you would not be wearing Hijab or Burqa! And so much for the 1440 years of wisdom and the prevention of the Wuhan/China virus

3. I do not see any mention in the Hadith that wearing hijab or burqa was revealed to prevent contracting of contagious diseases. You are making things up! So are you making things up? Your ignorant prophet said that there are no contagious diseases! Is that true our dear Md Shafiq or was he just an ignorant man?

4. This hadith also means that if you defecate outdoors you should wear a hijab so do you do that our dear Md Shafiq?

Absolute insanity

Here is the hadith


BTW the translation of the hadith is shameful here is an example:

ان ازواج النبي كن يخرجن بالليل اذا تبرزن الى المناصع وهو صعيد افيح

This is the fraudulent translation from the link provided

This can be rendered as: The wives of the prophet used to go out at night TO DEFECATE to an area that is wide and used for doing their jobs (defecating) and it is an elevated and wide land

Why do they lie in translations? It must be out of pure ignorance of Arabic by Indian and Pakistani Muslims that translate this texts

So tell us why would Omar check out a bunch of women defecating? Bizarre right?


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