Koranists are heretics

Silent mail or the falsification of the hadiths

I seek refuge in God from the cursed devil
In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful

We all know that the ENTIRE Quran was written in full when the Prophet Mohammed died.

What is now referred to as Muhammad's hadiths was collected over two hundred years after the Prophet's death, after the four caliphs he led, who forbade their writing, passed away. The Prophet Mohammed himself had no idea of ​​any hadith books. These books narrated more than one hadith in which the Prophet commands believers to write ONLY the Quran.

In order to understand the reason why the hadiths, which today are generally attributed to the beloved prophet, have been so falsified, we should look again closely at the process of "silent mail". The following example was shared by a friend from the United States:

The lecturer spoke in a reading of the verbal transmission of information and showed the clear difference between the original message and the information after the oral transmission. He asked for ten people to come to the front ... he sent nine people out of the hall and then gave the only person who remained a small piece of paper to read out loud to the audience:

The man read the following excerpt from the Bible (John 2: 12f.):

“Then Jesus went down to Capernaum in company with his mother and his followers and his disciples, and they did not stay there long. And the passover of the Jews was at hand, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem and found in the temple the sellers of cattle and sheep and pigeons and the money changers who were sitting at their tables. And he made a scourge of ropes and drove them all out of the temple, including the sheep and cattle. "

Then the lecturer took the scrap of paper back, called the second in and asked the first to repeat what the second had just read. He said the following:

“Then Jesus went down to Capernaum in company with his mother and his disciples, and they stayed there a long time. Then Jesus went to Jerusalem. Next to the temple he found buyers of cattle and pigeons, and he also saw money changers. Jesus drove them all out. "

Now the lecturer asked the third to come in and asked the second to repeat what he had just heard to the third ...... he said:

“Then Jesus went down to Capernaum in company with his mother and some of his disciples, and they stayed there for a while…. After that, Jesus went back to the temple. Next to the temple he saw buyers of cattle and pigeons, and he also saw money changers. Jesus shouted at them and drove them out. "

The next time the story was repeated by the third as follows:

“One day Jesus was in Jerusalem with his mother, where he was for a very long time…. but one day Jesus left Jerusalem and went away. Next to a temple he saw people buying cattle and he yelled at them, and he also saw money changers with their money and drove them all away. "

The next time the story was:

“Jesus was born in Jerusalem and was there with his mother for many years…. One day Jesus went to the market and saw people selling cattle. He yelled at them and drove them away because they had a lot of cattle and a lot of money and that was cruel. "

Then the story read:

“Jesus was born in Jerusalem and lived there with his mother ... One day Jesus went to the market square in Jerusalem and at the market square he saw people buying and selling cattle. He yelled at them for their cruelty to the animals and urged them to spend all their money. "

The words changed again to:

“Jesus was born in Jerusalem and lived near a market place where there were many people who were cruel to the poor animals…. One day Jesus went to the marketplace and saw these cruel people who were only interested in selling. Jesus tried to urge them to spend all their money on good and went ... "

Now we can go back and read the first record of this story and compare it with the last repetition, which was only the sixth narration.

What should also be noted here is that this event took place within ten minutes of a lecture ...

The friend from the States commented as follows to draw his conclusions for hadiths:

We have considered a single example of a tradition here. What could be said with thousands of hadiths, which can also be pages long and which were transmitted by several people over a period of 200 years ???

You must also know that all ten people in the lecture were sincerely trying to repeat the story as they remembered it ... therefore we cannot accuse them of deliberately falsifying traditional history.

The hadith conveyors were similarly honest people who tried their best. But how accurate can a narrative be if it has been transmitted over a period of 200 years by 6 to 10 different men, sometimes even more sources in the chain of narration?

We should not be surprised to see that God CONSCIOUSLY allowed the 99% falsification of the hadiths so that His true believers could easily understand that their salvation is to be obtained ONLY through HIS WORDS, the Quran, and nothing else.

Some readers may also be wondering how things stand with the so-called “mutawwatir hadiths”. According to the Sunni hadith scholars, these hadiths are said to have been "scientifically" proven that a complete chain of narrators (a complete isnad) is present in these hadiths, the traders of which have all narrated exactly the same thing. Besides the fact that the so-called scientific nature in hadith science would hardly stand up to a serious court. Because no serious court in the world would base testimony on hearsay in order to pass a legally valid judgment. Unfortunately, only the courts of mainstream Islam can do this.

In our time we have many new communication options that were previously not available: Internet, video tapes, radio recordings, etc. So we have recordings of the most varied of types with which we can prove at any time with the corresponding recordings what happened at certain moments (e.g. a Sermon, a speech by a politician, Pope's visit to this and that place, etc.) was testified or made. So today we would have “mutawwatir” hadiths of the most perfect kind: many different recordings (sound, image, different transmitters, etc.) which, under normal conditions, reproduce 100% exactly the same thing. But such records at all Nothing can be useful, shows the following example from today's, technologically advanced times, which should apply as the answer to "mutawwatir hadith":

Quote (source: old 19th org forum):
Reşad hakkında yapılan uydurma iddiaları ve iftiraları sıralasam sayfalar dolar. Cumhuri ulamaya brat Reşad bir Bahaiydi. Türkiye’deki ehli cemaat velsünnetin bazı fırkalarına brat Moon tarikatinin bir üyeyisiydi. Siyasi paranoyaklara brat o bir CIA ajanıydı. Sufilere brat o Vehhabi bir tekfirciydi. Vehhabilere brat o sufi bir Hurufiydi. Bazılarına göre de o Richard isimli bir Hristiyan Copti idi. Onu putlaştıran bir azınlığa göre de o hiç hata işlemiyen ve Inglizce Kuran getiren Amerikancı bir elçiydi. Bu ve benzeri nice iddialara cevap Vermeye çalışsam kitaplar dolar ve bir kısım iddiaları cevaplamaya yanaşamam bile. Örneğin, Reşad’ın ayak parmaklarının ondört olduğu iddiasını nasıl çürütebilirim… O’nun Mars’lı olduğu iddiasını nasıl ciddiye alabilirim

(Translation: If I listed the speculations and attributions made to Rashad, it would fill pages. According to the republican ulama, Rashad was a Baha'i. The Sunni community in Turkey claims that he is a member of the Moon According to some paranoid politicians he was a CIA agent. According to the Sufists, he was a Wahhabi Koran exegete. According to the Wahhabis, he was a Sufi "Hurufiy" (?) Some claim that he was the Coptic Christian called Richard The minority idolizing him thinks that he was a flawless American ambassador who brought the English Koran. [...])

It is clear and also undisputed that a reasonable person who deals with the subject should consult the available sources in order to verify the allegations. Everyone will be able to refute everything. What we can learn about Rashad Khalifa is limited - his videos, his Quran translation into English, his appendices, his discovery of the 19s miracle, his articles and that’s it in general. If we look at the length of time that has passed since Rashad Khalifa was stabbed by Sunnis praying in his mosque in Tucson, Arizona (USA), we notice that not even a full 20 years have passed.

Japanese wisdom goes like this: One person spreads a lie and a hundred others spread it as the truth. Let us now project this example onto the past 200 years after Muhammad's death; long before digital cameras, text machines, microphones and computers even existed. How are claims about an event, statement, or the like, made 200 or even more years ago, to be verified? According to Ignaz Goldziher, a Hungarian scholar of Islam, the majority of hadiths are only a reflection of the legal and theological controversies and discussions of the early Islamic period. In other words, this means that the hadiths were an end to the prophet's own political or religious ideas in order to achieve an apparently Islamic incontestability in the argument. With propaganda, mass psychological means, corruption, own convictions and much more, ANY KIND of rumor can be spread as truth. You only need the appropriate means and believing people for this.

Moral truths are also mortal. Century after century, people say, "This is wrong," repeating the heartfelt, well-established beliefs of generations before them, as if they were all genetically conditioned to believe it. Then someone says, “Is it wrong?” And another, “It is not wrong.” He may be stoned or burned. Believers think that a mountain would sooner fall than a heretic would be right. But one day someone says, "It's not wrong," and a few agree, then many. Later someone says, “It's right.” And almost everyone else says, “Of course. Who could doubt that? ”(Peter de Rosa - Jesus Myth: On the Crisis of the Christian Faith, page 57f.)

We should not be surprised that God clearly tells us in the Qur'an not to follow any other source or hadith than the Qur'an. (7: 3, 45: 6)