Tag: Hadith

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Revisiting ‘I Have Been Commanded To Fight…’ Hadith

Kaleef K. Karim This is a part two on this Hadith report (below) which is often quoted out of its historical context. In the previous piece, which can be seen here: “The Hadith ‘…Fight Until They Say There Is No god But Allah’ Explained“, we showed evidence that the Hadith was never understood by the… Read More ›

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The Hadith ‘…Fight Until They Say There Is No god But Allah’ Explained

Kaleef K. Karim Content: 1. Introduction 2. Background 3. Quraysh Broke The Treaty And Waged War 4. Analysing The Hadith 5. The Hadith rejects Forced Conversion Claim 6. The Quran Rejects Forced Conversion Claim 7.  Various Commentaries On The Hadith 8. Conclusion 1. Introduction The following Hadith quotation (below) has often been quoted by some… Read More ›

The Prophets Are Innocent Of All Sins Including Lying

DTT: Hadith scholar and a Hafiz of Quran Muhammed Zakaria Iqbal states in the following piece that Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham) did not tell a lie, commenting a hadith report. Even though some have translated the report as Ibrahim (p) telling a “lie”, he states that the word has not been represented or used in its true… Read More ›

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Muhammed A Mercy: Analysing Dogs Killed In Madinah

Kaleef K. Karim 1. Introduction 2. Hadith On Dogs Killed 3. The Understanding From Scholars On The Hadith 4. Prohibition Of killing Animals Who Are Harmless 5. Harming animals Forbidden (Haram) 6. The Command To Be Good To Animals 7. Conclusion 1. Introduction Prophet Muhammed and dogs have been an ongoing topic among Muslim scholars for centuries…. Read More ›

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Muhammed, Aisha’s Thawb And Lihaf In Light Of The Bible: Addendum

Content: 1. Introduction 2. Thawb in Hadith 3. Thawb (blanket) In The Bible 4. Lihaaf (Blanket) In The Bible 5. Conclusion 1. Introduction In this final segment on whether Thaub means a blanket or actual clothes in relation to the Hadith we discussed in previous articles (links can be seen below), we are going to cite… Read More ›

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Byzantine’s, Tabuk Expedition And The Rumor Claim

Kaleef K. Karim We have written over the years a number of articles in relation to the Tabuk expedition. A brief mention of this incident for some of our readers who may not be well acquainted with that part of history: The Byzantine’s as we showed previously prepared their troops southwards heading towards Madinah, intending… Read More ›

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The Myth Of Muhammed Contemplating Suicide

Dr. Muhammad Mohar Ali (Professor Of The History of Islam) The report ends with the statement that there was a pause in the coming of wahy after the first instalment delivered at Hira. This was only natural; for the first incident must have stirred the Prophet to his very depth and clearly he needed a… Read More ›

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Tawhid, Tawheed Is No Where To Be Found In The Quran Or Hadith?

Kaleef K. Karim It is often said by Muslims and non-Muslims that the doctrine of Trinity is nowhere to be found in the Bible. This fact is further supported also by some well respected Christian and non-Christian academics, that the word trinity nor the trinity formula (doctrine) is anywhere explicitly mentioned in the Bible. We have… Read More ›

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The Fabricated Story Of Prophet Muhammed Attempting Suicide

DTT: The following article was taken with permission from Br. Bassam’s website, Call-to-monotheism.com. I would like thank him for giving us the opportunity to share this important information on our site. Readers please be aware that a second article on this matter will be published in the coming days, God willing. The Narration of the… Read More ›

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Aisha’s Mirt (مرط), Cross Dressing Fabrication

In this last piece on Aisha and Muhammed (p) we are continuing to write on certain words which have been mistranslated by missionaries. We aim to give their true meanings in their historical context. In this article, we are going to go over the Arabic word “mirt” (مرط). According to some deceitful missionaries they claim… Read More ›

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