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Fatwas Part Sixty-Four
On Matters of Inheritance
Issued by: Dr. Ahmed Subhy Mansour, translated by: Ahmed Fathy
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Fatwas Part One-Hundred-and-Thirty

 

 

Issued by: Dr. Ahmed Subhy Mansour, translated by: Ahmed Fathy

 

 

 

 

 

The Quran and Human Beings

Published in June 20, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … Is it true or not that the focus of the Quran is human beings and not God? Religion is made by God to serve human beings, right?! My atheist friend assumes that the human beings have no proper place in the Quran at all and they are despised; I retorted that the Quran makes the human beings as the center of the universe; the universe is committed to their service; therefore, they are to live a good life while preparing for the Hereafter ......... Is the Quran more important than humanity? Is the Quran centered around God and not around the humankind? ....... Any ideas?! … Thank you …

Answer:

 First of all, do not argue about the Quran with Quran-hating atheists; this is a sin as per the Quran; one must not hear God's Word being ridiculed. Human beings are servants of the Lord God; His Word is the Quran; i.e. the Divine Message granted to humanity. That is all. We need no theorization by atheists. The Quran is the (Messenger) for all of the humankind and a source of guidance for those who seek to be guided by the Lord God, as per this verse: "That you may believe in God and His Messenger, and support Him, and honor Him, and praise Him morning and evening." (48:9). The Quranic terms (man) and (human beings) do NOT refer to all humanity; rather, they refer to the sinful, disobedient majority among them.

 

 

 

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About the Quranic Verse 3:118

Published in June 20, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … What is meant by the term (khabala) in the Quranic verse 3:118? … Thank you …

Answer:

 It means fitna/persecution, suffering, difficulties, hardships, plight, and calamity; this term is mentioned twice in the Quran in relation to hypocrites who hated the early believers during Muhammad's lifetime: "O you who believe! Do not befriend outsiders who never cease to wish you suffering. They love to see you suffer. Hatred has already appeared from their mouths, but what their hearts conceal is worse. We have made the messages clear for you, if you understand." (3:118); "..."Stay behind with those who stay behind." Had they mobilized with you, they would have added only to your difficulties, and they would have spread rumors in your midst, trying to sow discord among you. Some of you are avid listeners to them. God is Aware of the unjust ones." (9:46-47). We must take heed of this lesson and never be deceived by words of those who hate us and hate our religion (i.e., the Quran itself). We must deal fairly and gently with them to respect their freedom of religion but we must never allow them to interfere in our religion or in our religious freedom.

 

 

 

 

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One of the Ignoramuses!

Published in June 20, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, …  I'm not a Quranist; I dislike your Quranist trend; the terms (Quranism) and (Quranists) are never used during Prophet Muhammad's lifetime; I see that you and your followers are like Al-Khawarij group members who declared everyone as infidels and polytheists! ......... All non-Quranists are not Muslims as per your own strange point of view! You are imitating extremists of all religious (sub-)groups and minorities of history! You know much about Arab history and yet you repeat the worst part of it! Admit it, man! .............. You must repent and return back to Sunnite Islam before you die! … Thank you …

Answer:

 You are one of the many ignoramuses who send us an avalanche of emails with the same content of calling us to return to the Sunnite religion of Satan. You never try to ponder on our writings and videos; we have written a lot about Al-Khawarij terrorists and their likes (e.g., the Qarmatians) and analyzed their methods and psyche in our books, articles, and videos; we have written how Arabs in their civil wars (e.g., Ali vs. Mu'aweiya) called one another as ''enemies of the Lord God'' though they fought for the crown and for the wealth and power in this transient world and never for the Lord God's sake. Our writings and videos which prove how the Sunnite religion contradicts the Quran are available for those who are willing to learn and understand and reform themselves by correcting their faith, and NOT for Quran-hating ignoramuses who prefer devilish narratives to God's Word. You are butt-hurt because Quranism is against your Sunnite deities/gods like Abou Bakr, Omar, Othman, Ali, etc. who are sinful, murderous caliphs who obeyed Satan. Islam has nothing to do with deifying mortals; it is the religion of freedom, justice, peace, mercy, human rights, and human dignity. The savagery, bloodshed, massacres, and brutality of Al-Khawarij terrorists/criminals and their likes (e.g., the Qarmatians, Al-Qaida, Boko Haram, and ISIS) have nothing to do with Islam. Our Quranist writings expose such criminals and show (using the Quran) how their heinous crimes (murder, theft, and other injustices) contradict Islam. How dare you write that Quranists are like Al-Khawarij?! You are such an ignoramus indeed who spreads lies and falsehoods about our person!

      

 

 

 

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Son(s) of Noble People!

Published in June 21, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … Why when we praise someone or some men in the Egyptian variety/dialect of Arabic, we say "son(s) of noble people"? Is there a historical root or story behind this? Any ideas? … Thank you …    

Answer:

 This expression harkens back to the Mameluke Era; most of the Mamelukes in Egypt were slaves bought (or kidnapped) from non-Arab regions as children; no one knew their parentage; they were given military training; when they rose in fame, stature, and power and gained riches, they bequeathed all these to their sons; the masses called such progeny of Mamelukes as "sons of noble people", especially that the origin of their fathers was never known. This expression is employed ever since to denote the wealthy, affluent class in general or high society; i.e., the so-called beau monde; in our modern times, it is often used to refer to good people even if they are not quite so rich.      

 

 

 

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The Sermonizer Is Insulting our Person (1)

Published in June 21, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, …  I attended the Friday sermon and prayers in my town of ....... in Egypt; sadly, the sermonizer spent all his sermon in insulting you as (an enemy of Islam) because you have insulted the four pre-Umayyad caliphs (http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=19703); I feel sorry because I could never declare my being a Quranist and I could not defend you! Please forgive me! I do not know why you are hated very much by Sunnite preachers in Egypt! … Thank you …      

Answer:

 Thank you, our son; we are happy because barking of such dogs will attract attention of curious people to our Qurnaism website; this is free publicity. The Lord God will settle our religious disputes on the Last Day. We desire to rebuke you for entering into polytheistic mosques of the Muhammadans; as a Quranist, you should perform the Friday noon prayers at home. See our articles in English about this topic on the following links:

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18522

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18740

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=19126

 

 

 

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About the Quranic Verse 51:19

Published in June 21, 2019

 

  

Question: … Dear Sir, … The Lord God says the following in the Quran: "And in their wealth, there was a share for the beggar and the deprived." (51:19). Am I allowed to give charity/alms to beggars, then? What about rich beggars who made beggary their profession? This has increased in Egypt. They feign being poor, as you know. What about the needy and the poor whose dignity prevents them from asking for money from anyone? How can I differentiate the real needy ones and those who feign being poor?! Am I to give money to all those who ask me for it indiscriminately?! Any ideas? … Thank you …      

Answer:

 Those needy and deprived ones have the right to receive charity; if they ask you, give them if you can and you have no right to question them to verify if they are poor or feign being poor. Of course, you can give the greater part of your charity-money to those needy ones whose dignity prevents them from asking for money from anyone; you can check and make sure that they deserve your charity donations.  

 

 

 

 

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About Orientalists

Published in June 22, 2019

 

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … Have orientalists played any role in creation of earthly/terrestrial religions by fabricating hadiths, for instance? What do you think?… Thank you …      

Answer:

 No; the Sunnite, Sufi, and Shiite religions of Satan have emerged before the existence of orientalists; many orientalists researched the heritage and traditions of the Muhammadans objectively without deifying/sanctifying any texts. Of course, the West people (within Crusades and then within secularism) roamed the earth and made many discoveries and studies for the benefit of the humankind.  

 

 

 

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The Sermonizer Is Insulting our Person (2)

Published in June 22, 2019

 

 

Question:  … Dear Sir, … I've read your previous fatwa about some preachers and sermonizers of some mosques in Egypt insulting your person; this occurred in my town, Aswan, in Upper Egypt, in the mosque where I've performed the Friday prayers this week. They can never refute Quranism and they prefer to verbally abuse your person instead; may the Lord Allah guide them to the Truth one day … Thank you …      

Answer:

 It is prohibited for Quranists to perform prayers in the harmful mosques of polytheists; why do you enter into these mosques in the first place?! Do not commit this sin again, if you are a true Quranist. Please read our article on this link:

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18522

 

 

 

 

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About Al-Aqsa, Again!

Published in June 22, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … About the term (Aqsa) mentioned in the Quranic verse 17:1, I'd like to pose some questions: ............................. … Thank you …   

Answer:

 You will find answers to your questions in our books, in English, titled "The Night-Journey Is The Night of Decree" and "The Falsehood of Al-Aqsa Mosque of Jerusalem", found on these links respectively:

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/book_main.php?main_id=112

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/book_main.php?main_id=115

 

 

 

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Harmful Mosques, Again!

Published in June 23, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, …  In the Quranic context of 9:107-110, the Lord God has prohibited Muhammad from entering into the harmful mosque of the hypocrites in Yathreb; I believe that this does NOT apply to all believers in general in all eras as you have assumed; thus, it is OK if I'd perform Friday prayers in Sunnite or Sufi mosques, I think........... … Thank you …     

Answer:

 You are in the wrong; you must never listen to sermons ridiculing Quranic verses and mocking the Lord God and Muhammad. The context of 9:107-110 is addressing all believers and not only Muhammad. The early believers deserted this harmful mosque of the hypocrites of the city of Yathreb; they always followed the footsteps of Muhammad as he set a good example for them. See our articles, in English, about this topic on the following links:

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18522

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18740

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=19126

 

 

 

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The Facebook and Prayers Offered to Muhammad!

Published in June 23, 2019

 

Question: …  Dear Sir, … In social-media networks (e.g., Facebook) and in emails, Arab Salafists typically and frequently send messages about forwarding or re-sending prayers offered to Prophet Muhammad and warn those who would not obey them against being cursed by Allah! I do not think that God desire us to heap praise on Muhammad or pray to (not for) him! What do you think of this phenomenon?! …  Thank you …        

Answer:

 You are absolutely right; such silliness is a mere show of the Salafist influence on the naïve, gullible young people; this has nothing to do with piety; this has to do with their worshiping an imaginary deity called (Muhammad) which has nothing to do with the mortal prophet whose name is mentioned in the Quran as the last one of the Lord God's prophets. This immortal deity venerated and sanctified by the Muhammadans is for them the supposed owner and controller of the Last Day by virtue of his so-called intercession; this is why the Muhammadans perform pilgrimage to the abomination known as the Yathreb-mosque mausoleum ascribed forcibly and falsely to Muhammad; they assume as if he were alive under their feet in this tomb, watching over them and reviewing their deeds in order to act as their intercessor before the Lord God! This is why the prayers offered to him is an act of worshiping him as a god or a demi-god; we have refuted such myths in some of our subtitled-into-English YouTube videos and within our article, in English, about the true meaning of the Quranic verse 33:56 on this link: ( http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=14140 ). Yet, the Muhammadans never pay attention at all and they do not seem to realize how polytheistic they are.       

 

 

 

 

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Jesus as a Mortal Prophet

Published in June 23, 2019

 

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir,  …  I'm not a Quranist, but when I pondered a lot on the Quranic verses about Jesus, I realized the miracles he performed are ascribed to him as if he has divine qualities; this is unlike the case with Moses whose miracles are ascribed to God.......To me, Jesus is not a mortal human being; he has God-like qualities.............  … Thank you …

Answer:

 You are mistaken; you seem to prefer to deify Christ; this is part of your religious freedom, choice, and responsibility; what matters is that you adhere to peaceful behavior. Do not impose your views on our person; you deliberately disregard many Quranic verses about Jesus being a mortal prophet and about cursing those who deify him; as per the Holy Quran, his miracles were performed with God's leave and permission: "When God will say, "O Jesus son of Mary, recall My favor upon you and upon your mother, how I supported you with the Holy Spirit. You spoke to the people from the crib, and in maturity. How I taught you the Scripture and wisdom, and the Torah and the Gospel. And recall that you molded from clay the shape of a bird, by My leave, and then you breathed into it, and it became a bird, by My leave. And you healed the blind and the leprous, by My leave; and you revived the dead, by My leave..." (5:110). 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our Master!

Published in June 24, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … I come from a Shiite background. Is it OK within Quranism to write/say the term (our Master) to describe Prophet Muhammad and some other historical figures like his grandsons (from his daughter Fatima) Hussein and Hassan? …  Thank you …

Answer:

 No; within Islam, there are no masters and slaves; no men among the so-called companions of Muhammad addressed him as ''our Master''. By the way, we refer you to our article in English, in which we ridicule the hadith about Hussein (Muhammad's grandson) as a 'master' in Paradise, found on this link: (http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=18003) Besides, all prophets were addressed by their peoples by their first names as per all Quranic stories of prophets: Moses, Jesus, Joseph, etc. The Sunnite expression ''our Master'' is part of the deification of mortals; this is sheer polytheism. In the Quranic description of John as (master) in this verse: "Then the angels called out to him, as he stood praying in the sanctuary: "God gives you good news of John; confirming a Word from God, and a master, and moral, and a prophet; one of the upright."" (3:39), this does not mean he was a master with slaves or servants under him; this simply means his being a noble, respectable, honorable person among the Israelites. By the way, enslavement or master-salve relationship is never intended here in the story of Joseph and the Potiphar's wife: "As they raced towards the door, she tore his shirt from behind. At the door, they ran into her master. She said, "What is the penalty for him who desired to dishonor your wife, except imprisonment or a painful torture?"" (12:25). The word "master" here refers to the husband. This is about respect for husbands; yet, most wives control their masters/husbands, and not the vice versa, from the era of Joseph until now.

 

 

 

 

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About the Quranic Verse 58:1

Published in June 24, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir,  … How come that argument is mentioned as linked to conversation in the Quranic verse 58:1? Any ideas?… Thank you …     

Answer:

 The Lord God says the following in the Quran: "God has heard the statement of she who argued with you concerning her husband, as she complained to God. God heard your conversation. God is Hearing and Seeing." (58:1). This means that this woman asked Muhammad for a fatwa (i.e., a ruling or an edict) as an arbiter/judge and he typically waited for God's view within the Quranic revelation; there is no real argument in 58:1; it was a repeated complaint from the woman; Muhammad had not right to issue legislations; he waited for God's verdict in the Quran. For more details about this topic, we refer you to our book (in English) titled "The Quran: Sufficient as a Source of Islamic Legislation", found on this link:

http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/book_main.php?main_id=92

 

 

   

 

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About the Quranic Verse 57:27

Published in June 26, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir,  … The Lord God says the following in the Quran: ''Then We sent in their wake Our messengers, and followed up with Jesus son of Mary, and We gave him the Gospel..."(57:27); what is meant by the underlined part? … Thank you … 

Answer:

 It simply means that one messenger was sent following other messengers who were sent in previous eras and all of them followed the same footsteps of the Righteous Path and the monotheism of (There is no God but Allah); this is asserted in other Quranic verses: "We gave Moses the Book, and sent a succession of messengers after him. And We gave Jesus son of Mary the clear proofs, and We supported him with the Holy Spirit..." (2:87); "In their footsteps, We sent Jesus son of Mary, fulfilling the Torah that preceded him; and We gave him the Gospel, wherein is guidance and light, and confirming the Torah that preceded him, and guidance and counsel for the righteous." (5:46).

 

 

 

 

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Our Non-Response?

Published in June 26, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … Many sheikhs on YouTube videos attack you because of your negative view of the four pre-Umayyad caliphs as spies/agents of the tribe of Qorayish employed to spy on Muhammad while he stayed in Yathreb; why do not you refute and respond to these sheikhs of the Muhammadans?! …  Thank you …    

Answer:

 The barking of such dogs who have nothing better to do but to insult our person is beneficial as many curious people will explore our Qurnaism website (www.ahl-alquran.com) and our YouTube channel: (https://www.youtube.com/user/ahlalquran1/videos?view=0&sort=dd&flow=list). Besides, we responded in our article, in English, found on this link: (http://www.ahl-alquran.com/English/show_article.php?main_id=19703). They cannot refute or undermine Quranism, or else, they would expose themselves as enemies/haters of the Quran. We wish to have more influence on Arab audience and viewers if we, one day, would have our weekly or daily TV show within a satellite TV channel. This is part of our dream, anyway.  

 

 

 

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My Sons Stopped Praying!

Published in June 26, 2019

 

 

Question: … Dear Sir,  … As kids, my sons used to pray with me; as they are grownups now, they insist on not to pray (with me or on their own!), and they now have their own strange religious ideas and strange views about life. I advised them many times but to no avail! It's no use! They no longer listen to me! I'm afraid lest they reject Islam and disbelieve in the Quran! What shall I do?! Any advice?! … Thank you …    

Answer:

 Please do not trouble yourself about them; you were responsible for them only when they were kids; they are now grownups who bear full responsibility before the Lord God for their religious choices. Guidance is an individual responsibility and no one can 'guide' any person; the Lord God has said the following to Muhammad: "You cannot guide whom you love, but God guides whom He wills, and He knows best those who are guided." (28:56). This means that those who are willing to seek guidance are guided by the Lord God; you cannot control your sons; the Lord God has said the following to Muhammad about his people: "You have no control over them." (88:22). You have no right to coerce/force your sons to pray; true Muslims never practice compulsion in religion. The Lord God has said the following to Muhammad: "You cannot guide whom you love, but God guides those who are willing to be guided, and He knows best those who are guided." (28:56).    

 

 

 

 

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About Ishmael in the Quranic Verse 19:55

Published in June 27, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, …What is meant by the underlined term in this verse about Ishmael: "And he used to enjoin on his people prayer and charity, and he was pleasing to his Lord." (19:55)? … Thank you …  

Answer:

 In many Quranic contexts, the term "people" refers ONLY to one's wife or wives within the unique Quranic tongue. The Lord God says the following to Muhammad (who was a descendant of Ishmael): "And exhort your people to pray, and patiently adhere to it..." (20:132); the term "people" here refers ONLY to Muhammad's wives. This meaning is asserted in this verse about Abraham's first wife who bore him Isaac as angels told her the following when glad tidings reached her that she will give birth to a son: "They said, "Do you marvel at the decree of God? The mercy and blessings of God are upon you, O people of the house..." (11:73). The expression "people of the house" refers to Abraham's wife and, therefore, to any wives in general within any household. In contrast, Abraham's words in the following verse refer to his first son and second wife together and not to his second wife only; this is why the terms "people" and "people of the house" are not employed here: ""Our Lord, I have settled some of my offspring in a valley of no vegetation, by Your Sacred House..." (14:37).     

 

 

 

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Denying the Existence of the Caliphs Abou Bakr and Omar

Published in June 27, 2019

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … A young researcher specializing in history has recently posted online a lengthy article about denying the existence of historical figures such as the caliphs Abou Bakr and Omar. What do you think? … Thank you …  

Answer:

 This is utter nonsense which has nothing to do with research methodology in the field of history. Caliphs in general are part of history and never part of Islam; Islam is the Quran only. That such caliphs existed or not is never part of Islam and denying their existence is never a sin and one will never be judged by the Dominant Lord God on the Last Day for denying the existence of any caliph(s). Since caliphs are part of history, the historical accounts about them belong to research within the branch of knowledge known as history; those who deny the historical existence of the criminals Abou Bakr and Omar are ignoramuses and never true researchers. It is easy in this era of intellectual stagnation and moral bankruptcy in the Arab world to find fame-seeking ignoramuses who crave media attention by spreading strange claims, fatwas, and falsehoods which wear the garb of truths. Lies disguised as truths are popular among superficial, gullible people who are uncultured and uneducated. Many seekers of fame denied the existence of the four pre-Umayyad caliphs; some claimed that the first two centuries A.H. should be doubted since no written documents were authored at the time; those ignoramuses forgot about the existence of oral traditions within the first two centuries A.H. and scattered written documents about the history of that period. Any serious researchers within the field of Arab and Muslim history know that the very first historians (in the Abbasid Era) include Ibn Ishaq, Al-Waqidi, Ibn Saad, and Al-Tabari. All of them mention the events that occurred in the era of the four pre-Umayyad caliphs. If Abou Bakr and Omar did not exist, who invaded the Levant and Egypt, then?! Some ignoramuses who deny the existence of such caliphs were shocked and grieved by our exposing, criticizing, and undermining the four pre-Umayyad caliphs who were criminals who consumed ill-gotten money and caused the death of thousands of people; those ignoramuses are so disturbed and troubled by our book titled "The Unspoken-of History of the Pre-Umayyad 'Righteous' Caliphs" (found in English on this link: http://www.ahl-alquran.com/arabic/book_main.php?main_id=83) that they have decided to disown Abou Bakr and Omar and to deny their existence in history.    

 

 

 

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Hadiths Which Agree with the Quran!

Published in January 15, 2008

 

Question: … Dear Sir, … Why do not you accept and believe in hadiths whose texts agree with the Quran and match and/or assert its verses? Some hadiths have a good content/message/meaning even if such meaning does not exist in the Quran (e.g., the hadith about God's loving those who perfect their deeds). What do you think? … Thank you …        

Answer:

 You are extremely mistaken; the Quranic verses do not need to be asserted by anything outside the Quranic text; besides, we never need hadiths which agree (apparently or superficially only) with the Quran since we have the Quran itself. The Lord God desires that we follow the Quran only, which is the Best Discourse, and nothing else alongside with it: "These are God's Verses which We read to you in Truth. In which discourse, after God and His Verses, will they believe?" (45:6). This is a rhetorical question, of course. Furthermore, the hadith you allude to is against Islam; would God love and endorse perfecting one's evil deeds and crimes?! This unreasonable hadith does not specify the type(s) of deeds, as you know. We never need this hadith since we have this verse: "As for those who believe and perform acts of righteous - We will not waste the reward of those who work righteousness." (18:30). Moreover, one cannot verify if Muhammad uttered/delivered even a single hadith; he conveyed to his contemporaries nothing but the Quranic text. Islam is perfected by the Quran only: "...Today I have perfected your religion for you, and have completed My favor upon you, and have approved Islam as a religion for you..." (5:3). If you deny this verse, you deny the whole of the Quranic text and accuse the Quran, God's Word, of being incomplete and imperfect. Lastly, there will never be unanimity among people who would pick and choose presumably 'true' hadiths and exclude wrong or false ones; they will follow their own preferences and whims. To believe in some or all hadiths is to adhere to polytheism. The Quranic Truth, for Quranists, includes to deny and reject all Sunnite, Sufi, and Shiite hadiths; Muhammad never uttered these millions of hadiths, not even a single hadith of them; they are mere lies and falsehoods ascribed to him after his death by countless authors who desired to provide sham/fake credibility to their personal opinions by attributing them to Muhammad. Such contradictory lies resulted in the emergence of the terrestrial, earthly Sunnite, Sufi, and Shiite religions which have nothing to do with the celestial, divine religion of Islam which has but one source (i.e., the Quran). 


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