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Cross Roads: Which Is The Authentic Hadith Of The Prophet?

I want to know from our dear muslim brother which is the real and authentic Hadith so that one can read from.

Any Muslim should direct me.

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Thanks for bringing up this thread. Now we know that they worship two Masters.

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@Pilgrim.1: Have you heard the yoruba idiom, 'Oga mi loga?'

Allah is Oga of my ogas: Muhammad, Yisa, Yahya, Zakariyya, Dawuda, Solomoni, Musa. Haruna,

Salihu, Yakubu, Isiaka, Nuhu, Yunusa, Yusufu, Ibrahima,titi de Adama. Where is your confusion,

Pilgrim? I have a lot of laughter in stock at your expense!

Muhammad prayed to Allah. All Muslims are supposed to pray to Allah in the same way Muhammad

prayed! Muhammad fasted in obedience to the commandment of Allah. All Muslims are to do the

the same. Muhammad gave charity of the two type under the commandment of Allah, Muslims are

to do just that. Muhammad made Hajj and Umrah under the commandment of Allah, Muslims are doing

that presently.

Muhammad declared that there is no god to be worshipped, thereby negating all sorts of worship, idols

style of the pagan Arabs, the 3 in 1 of the Christians, the tribal god of the Children of Israel, and that the

Only God to be worshipped is Allah, the Almighty. (Allah, the irresistible, everliving, never tired, never slumbered,

alway complete, full of power, able to govern all affairs, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc!)

How is Muhammad equal to Allah, Ms. Pilgrim? Je ka gbo o. La ye wa o. Sisis 9ja! (I could be nutty sometimes!)

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Simple explanation.

The Quran says don't associate partners with Allah.

The stated verses above are not that which makes muhammad an equal of God.

It states that he is given the power to lead us and not for us to worship him.

I can see a mind play here. You might define a phenomenom in two ways , and i can say you are defining it the wrong way.

Thats why you can see that no muslim worships muhammad.

There's the difference between "Obey" and "Worship"

For example: If a town carrier calls on the people of a village to obey what the King as sent him to inform them, is it the Town courier that they are obeying?

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@poster

answering of your post.

The Glorious Qur’an mentions in several verses, “Obey Allah and obey His Messenger”. A true Muslim should only follow the Glorious Qur’an and the Sahih Hadith. He can agree with the views of any scholar as long as they conform to the teachings of the Qur’an and Sahih Hadith. If such views go against the Word of Allah, or the Sunnah of His Prophet, then they carry no weight, regardless of how learned the scholar might be. A true Muslim will not follow any ruling or teaching of any great scholar of Islam if that particular ruling or teaching contradicts the Qur’an and Saheeh Hadith.

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Pilgrim, no offence, were you once a muslim?

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@Backslider: Which hadith of a particular subject matter bothers you so much? Please

present so that we can talk about it. Quote that specific Hadith and the full gamut that

have on it for discussion. I will like the one whose mouth should be packed with mud

start eating the mud, even starting from now!

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the hypocrites will quote the bible readily, some are even ready to produce more than 2 pages of nothing but bible quotes. . . talk about the quran or hadith and they start telling you to "go and read". They know you wont bother with such incoherent nonsense.

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@combatant

Please don't be angry. but there are hadith in Islam that are not taken by the Islamic scholars. If you are not in the know please just read few Hadith yourself and come back so that you will clear my rubbish.

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@ babs787

I am Alive and Good.

God Bless you

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@Olabowale

You have now said I should go straightway and read Hadith Qulsi does that mean that is the one that is correct?

Reason is that I dont want to be confused. You know Allah is Logically and Morally perfect. So please confirm this again.

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@Backslider: For starter, go and study Hadith Qulsi. Then come back for more instruction.

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@Backslider

It has been a long time I replied you. How body and I do hope you are cool.

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@Backslider: Isra wa Miraj, took place in just some part of one Night!

Now you come to ask me to guide you to each and everyone of the hadith

that will cover at least 23years, in which this Isra wa Miraj occurred? Please

be reasonable. If you have an agenda, which you are yet to tell us,

please just say it now. Again your heart will guide you to the correct hadith

if you have a pure heart.

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@Backslider

Can you provide evidence to the rubbish you posted?

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Ok bros How will you help me back when you cant tell me the real authentic Hadith.

ARE YOU SAYING THERE ARE MANY FALSE HADITH?

PLEASE WHICH ONE IS THE REAL ONE?

A RELIGION WITH TRADITION IS VAIN.

THE HADITH EXPLAINS THE TRADITION WHICH ONE IS RIGHT.

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@Backslider: Omo ya. When you read the Qur'an, and you cross referrence a hadith with it

using the elements that I provided in my previous post, you will know if it is authentic as in

chain, etc Sahih, or if it is daif, weak unsound, very unlikely.

For example, if you find any hadith that says do not make salah, if you are conscious, for

example, then you definately know that it is daif. Because, after belief in the Oneness of God,

what is next is Salah, because, you have it everyday, many times over. And it is the first sign

to point to people that this is a muslim or not.

I do not intend to dwell on this for too much. If you are not a muslim, the authenticity of

any hadith will not benefit you, anyhow. Come back to Islam first and we can discuss it, again.

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Mr Olabowale

Please Just point to the correct authentic Tradition I should read. Which one is the right and perfect Hadith. Pls do all you can to help me.

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@Pilgrim.1: You need to appear on Comedy centreal. Or should I connect you

with David Chappel? Everything is a joke to you. Excessive laughter is a sign

lack of faith. The way the people of Noah laugh all the way to failure. Please

caution yourself. Take my foolish advice. Laugh in moderation.

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You know an authentic hadith by the soundness of its chain. The narrators'

characters, vis a truthfulness, trustworthiness, memory capacity, etc. The chain

of narrators, starts from the one who heard it from the Prophet, the companion,

all the way to the last person, who the hadith recorder got it from.

Further, one will judge a hadith by the hadith agreeing with the quality of the

character of the blessed prophet (as). Hadith is graded from very sound, sahih to

very weak and doubtful, daif. Now you have it. Your thread is of no value.

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