ถ้าคุณสบายใจที่ได้ระบายอารมณืแล้วก้เขานอน เถอะครับ อย่ากังวลเลย ไม่มีใครพยายามจะทำลายลัทธิตุณหรอก ผมเป็นมุสลืมที่มีความเห็นไม่ตรงกับคุณเท่านั้น ถ้าคุณอ่านคำอธิบายของผมดีๆ คุณก็จะเข้าใจ
ผู้ที่เขียนบทความข้างล่างนี้ก็เป็นมุสลิม ผมบังเอิญมีความเห็นเช่นเดียวกับเขา แต่คุณอาจจะไม่มีความเห็นตรงกัน กับผมและเขา แต่เราไม่จำเป็นจะต้อง ขัดใจกันเลยครับ อย่างที่ผมว่า "คุณจะไช้ดาบจี้คอคนให้มีความเห็นเช่นเดียวกับคุณนั้น มันหมดสมัยแล้ว...เข้าใจหรือยังครับ
THE SUNNAH IS ONLY IN THE QURAN!
The meaning of the Arabic word Sunnah as Muslims use it today is the same as the Arabic word Uswatun to be found in the Quran. It means example or exemplar. Sunnis, Shiites and other Muslims believe that this Sunnah or example of the last prophet can only be found in the early Islamic compilations they call the Hadeeth (literally narrations and/or events). The current idea of the Sunnah may be based on these Hadeeth but following these Hadeeth does not equal following the Sunnah. Those who look for this Sunnah in the Hadeeth are very mistaken. The Sunnah of our beloved last prophet (God bless him and keep him) cannot be found in these books. The hadeeth are essentially hearsay and rumor. These rumors were only authenticated by confirming the good reputations of the narrators, mostly after they had already passed away. Authenticating the reputation of a person does not authenticate his story. Many of these rumors contradict each other and even contradict the Quran. Yet Muslims do not want to give them up because they think they are giving up following the example of the last prophet.
Following the Hadeeth DOES NOT equal following the Sunnah. The Quran gives us an example in 24:4 and 24:11-16 of how to authenticate rumors and hearsay. It suggests that we have atleast 4 eye-witnesses to any rumor or hearsay to consider it authentic. Are there any hadeeth that have 4 companions of our beloved last prophet testifying to any one hadeeth? The chain of narration (Arabic: al-isnaad) is not equal to this Quranic qualification. Narrators only passed on the hearsay and never witnessed the last prophet saying or doing anything. So even if there are 100 narrators in a chain for a hadeeth that only one companion witnessed, this hadeeth still does not fit the Quranic qualifications and CANNOT be taken as authenic, despite what Bukhari or anyone else says.
So, are there any hadeeth that fit these Quranic qualifications? So far we've seen none. Although we are open to the idea that some may pass the Quran's test.
Contrary to what Hadeethist (Sunni, Shiite or whatever) Muslims may say Quranists/Quranites/Quran-aloners are very respectful of our last prophet and do obey him. We also are commited to following his example. However, this Sunnah as far as we see it is not in the hadeeth and cannot be ascertained from non-quranic rumors and hearsay. We see the Sunnah clearly in the Quran and in how the Quran tells the last prophet what to say and do.
In addition to the many hadeeths that contradict the Quran and themselves, there are also many hadeeths and records of the early Caliphs that state that these early Caliphs ordered that these hadeeths be burned or destroyed as they might be taken as a source of authority along with and equal to the Quran. There are even some Hadeeths that state that our beloved last prophet ordered these hadeeths to be destroyed as being books besides the book of God.
Despite what even these hadeeths say, as they are hearsay and rumor in the end as well, if we go to the Quran we will see what the Quran tells us to do and what it considers as authentic rumor or hearsay. As of yet we have seen absolutely no hadeeth that fit the Quran's standards of authenticity. In the end the only thing we truly know that the prophet spoke and gave to us from his very mouth is the Quran. When we take what the last prophet gives us and forbid what he forbids us we are taking what the Quran gives us and forbidding what the Quran forbids.
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