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One Should Say "Bou Khara" (i.e., the Father of Shit) and Not ''Al-Bokhary''

The Nonsensical Shit in Al-Bokhary Hadith about the So-Called 'Best' Century




Published in June 22, 2020

Translated by: Ahmed Fathy





Introduction: between the words of wisdom by true thinkers and nonsensical words of imposters:

1- Of course, oral and written words of any persons pertains to these persons and NEVER to the Divine Celestial Religion (i.e., Islam: the Quran).

2- Words of thinkers may contain some wisdom and truth; some of their words may or may not agree with the Quran, the Lord God's Word, but in any case, the words of any thinkers have nothing to do with the Lord God, the Quran, and Muhammad; i.e., the words of any thinkers should NEVER be ascribed to Allah or to Muhammad or attributed to the Quran as part of Islam. Any words of any thinkers belong to their authors.

3- Of course, as per the Holy Quran, the ignorant and heedless masses form the majority among human beings in all eras; these masses are, as per the Holy Quran, like animals/cattle or even more errant and misguided. Of course, such heedless masses have their imams/leaders and clergymen; it is calamity and woe when such imams of the masses control and dominate over any given society; in such a case, the masses deify/sanctify such imams/clergymen and make their words part of the dominant earthly/terrestrial religion which is the opium of these masses.

4- True thinkers are rational human beings who ascribe their words to themselves. In contrast, the imams of the masses ascribe their oral/written words to Allah and to Muhammad in order to prevent anyone from criticizing, doubting, and questioning their views which belong to a dominant, terrestrial religion followed blindly by the masses.  

5- Within the intellectual history of the Muhammadans, some thinkers and philosophers emerged, including Al-Mu'tazala group of philosophers who attributed their ideas to themselves and not to the name of Islam. In contrast, imams/clergymen of the masses also emerged at the same time; their words/ideas reflect their moral bankruptcy and intellectual decline of their eras. It is a disaster that they ascribed their written words to Muhammad (more than two hundred years after his death) in the form of the so-called hadiths. Such hadiths have formed the bases for the three terrestrial religions of the Muhammadans: Sufism, the Shiite religion, and the Sunnite religion. Such words/hadiths are described by our person as (nonsensical shit); we never shy away from writing/saying such a description; this is the least such hadiths and their authors deserve. As for the Quranic description for the falsehoods, fabrications, and lies known as hadiths authored by polytheists/disbelievers and attributed by force to the name of Islam, it is the Quranic word (abominations) or in the Quranic/Arabic tongue: Rijs and Najas.  

6- In one era lived two authors as contemporaries to each other; namely, Al-Jahiz the Al-Mu'tazala philosopher who died in 255 A.H. and Ibn Berzaweih Al-Bokhary who died in 256 A.H.

6/1: Al-Jahiz is a distinguished thinker and an intellectual genius; this is clearly indicated in his tens of invaluable books and booklets which cover several topics. In fact, his books contain his wit, sharp remarks and observations, and excellent analyses of things deemed familiar or ordinary by the people of his era; his style is simple and understood by all readers; he never resorted to any vague, convoluted, complicated style of writing. Of course, the wit and humor in his writings make him nearer to the readers even those who differ with his views. Even with the passage of the centuries, the writings of Al-Jahiz are still easily understood and this does not contradict his intellectual depth. The important point here is that Al-Jahiz never attributed his words/ideas to Muhammad or to the name of Islam.

6/2: As for Al-Bokhary, he and his book are among the sacred cows of the Sunnite Muhammadans. Yet, when one analyzes, examines, and studies his hadiths, one easily discovers the fact that they are nothing but lowliest, vilest type of nonsensical shit. One finds contradictions in Al-Bokhary hadiths even within a single page! Many of his silly hadiths cannot be believed by a child! They are easily denied and refuted. For instance, there is a hadith in Al-Bokhary book about Doomsday or the Resurrection Day occurring one hundred years after the death of Muhammad! How come that some people assume that this is a 'true' hadith while Al-Bokhary, its author, lived in the third century A.H.?! This means that the evil Persian author Ibn Berzaweih Al-Bokhary aimed to make his readers cast doubt on Muhammad and undermine Islam; it seems to us that Al-Bokhary was addicted to some bad kind of drugs/opium which drove him to produce the worst type of shit or religious opium of the masses which still opiates Muhammadans through the past centuries until now.  

7- To exemplify the nonsensical shit of Al-Bokhary, we refute his silly hadith about the 'best' century which is the era when Muhammad lived, and the second 'best' is the one following this century, and the third best one is the one following these two centuries...etc. This devilish, silly hadith is quoted/authored also by Moslem in his book of hadiths; it is never mentioned by the book of hadiths by Malik titled (Al-Mowata') or in the book of hadiths and fiqh by Al-Shafei titled (Al-Um). This means this devilish, silly hadith was authored by Al-Bokhary and copied by his pupil/disciple and follower Moslem. This devilish, silly hadith reflects the dominant notion (at the third century A.H.) of the so-called 'Umma' of Muhammad since the Sunnite masses at the time deified Muhammad and his contemporaries/companions within their terrestrial Sunnite religion of Satan; hence, they deemed the era/century of Muhammad as the 'best' one. They assumed that the so-called 'Umma' of Muhammad is the 'best' community on earth!   

8- Such falsehoods, fabrications, and lies expressed in this devilish, silly hadith contradict the Holy Quran as per the following points.


Firstly: regarding the metaphysical realm of the future and the invisible/unknown:

 The ignoramus who invented this devilish, silly hadith assumed that Muhammad, as a deity, were an omniscient being who knows all about the metaphysical realm of the future and the invisible/unknown; how come that Muhammad would know that the centuries after his death would be worse than his era/century?! The Holy Quran informs us in several verses that Muhammad never knew about the metaphysical realm of the future and the past. This means that he never uttered such hadiths/lies/myths about predicting the future and those about stories of the past. This means that hadiths about predicting the fate of some men in Paradise and hadiths about the so-called intercession in the Hereafter are nothing but mere lies. Let us quote the Quranic verses which contain some Quranic facts about the metaphysical realm of the future and the past.

1- The Omniscient Lord God is the Only Being Who knows all about the metaphysical realm of the future, the past, and the invisible/unknown. The Lord God says the following in the Holy Quran: "Say, “No one in the heavens or on earth knows the future except God..." (27:65); "With Him are the keys of the invisible; none knows them except He. And He knows everything on land and in the sea. Not a leaf falls but He knows it; and there is not a single grain in the darkness of earth, nor is there anything wet or dry, but is in a clear record." (6:59); "And they say, “If only a miracle was sent down to him from his Lord.” Say, “The realm of the invisible belongs to God..." (10:20).

2- Accordingly, it is part of Islam to believe in the Divine, Quranic facts about the metaphysical realm of the past and the future and the invisible/unknown and to reject and disbelieve in lies about the metaphysical realm invented and fabricated by mortals who attribute their views to Allah, to Islam, and to Muhammad. The Lord God says the following in the Holy Quran.

2/1: This is about the belief in the Quranic facts about the metaphysical realm of the past and the future and the invisible/unknown: "This is the Book in which there is no doubt, a guide for the righteous ones. Those who believe in the invisible, and perform prayers, and give from what We have provided for them. And those who believe in what was revealed to you, and in what was revealed before you, and are certain of the Hereafter. These are upon guidance from their Lord. These are the successful." (2:2-5).

2/2: This is about denying that any false gods/deities know anything about the metaphysical realm of the past and the future and the invisible/unknown: "Those they invoke besides God create nothing, but are themselves created. They are dead, not alive; and they do not know when they will be resurrected." (16:20-21).  

3- As per the Holy Quran, the Lord God has given some prophets/messengers some measure of omniscience regarding the metaphysical realm of the past and the future. "...Nor will God inform you of the future, but God elects from among His messengers whom He wills..." (3:179); "The Knower of the Invisible; He does not disclose His Invisible to anyone. Except to a messenger of His choosing..." (72:26-27).

4- Some messengers, such as Noah and Muhammad, were never given any measure of omniscience about the invisible, the past, or the future.

4/1: Noah said the following to his people: "“I do not say to you that I possess the treasures of God, nor do I know the future, nor do I say that I am an angel..." (11:31).

4/2: Muhammad said the following to his people: "Say, “I do not say to you that I possess the treasuries of God, nor do I know the future, nor do I say to you that I am an angel. I only follow what is inspired to me.”..." (6:50); "Say, “I have no control over any benefit or harm to myself, except as God wills. Had I known the future, I would have acquired much good, and no harm would have touched me. I am only a warner, and a herald of good news to a people who believe.”" (7:188); "Say, “I am not different from the other messengers; and I do not know what will be done with me, or with you. I only follow what is inspired in me, and I am only a clear warner.”" (46:9); "Say, “I do not know whether what you are promised is near, or whether my Lord will extend it for a period.”" (72:25). 

4/3: The Lord God asserts in the Holy Quran that Muhammad never knew about the invisible and about the past; for instance, he never knew what was inside minds/hearts/souls of his contemporaries/companions in Yathreb: "Among the Desert-Arabs around you there are some hypocrites, and among the inhabitants of the city too. They have become adamant in hypocrisy. You do not know them, but We know them..." (9:101). The Holy Quran includes facts which belong to the metaphysical realm of the past and Muhammad never knew them before their being mentioned in the Quranic text: "These are some stories from the past that we reveal to you. Neither you, nor your people knew them before this..." (11:49); "This is news from the past that We reveal to you. You were not present with them when they plotted..." (12:102); "These are accounts from the Unseen, which We reveal to you. You were not with them when they cast their lots as to which of them would take charge of Mary; nor were you with them as they quarreled." (3:44).

5- Some messengers/prophets were given some measure of omniscience about the invisible, the past, or the future to prove their prophethood.

5/1: Joseph said the following to his prison-cell inmates: "He said, “No food is served to you, but I have informed you about it before you have received it. That is some of what my Lord has taught me..." (12:37).

5/2: Jesus said the following to his people: "...And I inform you concerning what you eat, and what you store in your homes. In that is a sign for you, if you are believers.”" (3:49).


Secondly: using the Holy Quran to refute the silly hadith by Al-Bokhary about the 'best' century:     

 The word (century), indicating a 100-year period of time, was never employed by Arabs of the 7th century Arabia at all. Besides, the era or century during which Muhammad lived was never the 'best' one on the level of Arabia and on the level of the ancient world at the time. Let us prove this fact in the points below.

1- Some of the companions of Muhammad in Yathreb were overt, frank hypocrites whose deeds, words, and stances exposed their hypocrisy and disbelief and some were adamant in hypocrisy and concealed their true stance very well and the Lord God predicted His tormenting them twice in this world and inside Hell in the Hereafter: "Among the Desert-Arabs around you there are some hypocrites, and among the inhabitants of the city too. They have become adamant in hypocrisy. You do not know them, but We know them. We will torment them twice; then they will be returned to a severe torment." (9:101).

2- Many of the people of Muhammad denied and rejected the Quranic Message. the Lord God predicts in the Holy Quran the crimes of the sinful caliphs (those adamant in hypocrisy mentioned in 9:101) after the death of Muhammad: "Say, “He is Able to send upon you a torment, from above you, or from under your feet. Or He can divide you into factions, and make you taste the violence of one another. Note how We explain the Verses, so that they may understand.” But your people rejected it, though it is the Truth. Say, “I am not responsible for you.” For every happening is a finality, and you will surely know." (6:65-67).

3- On the Last Day, Muhammad will disown them as his enemies: "And the messenger will say, “My Lord, my people have abandoned this Quran.” Likewise, to every prophet We assign enemies from among the criminals. But your Lord suffices as a Guide and Supporter." (25:30-31).


Thirdly: the monotheistic believers who follow the Truth within righteousness/piety form a current which continues among humanity until the end of days and the advent of the Hour:

1- This current of true monotheists is predicted by the Lord God when He has spoken to Moses: "Those who follow the messenger, the Prophet of the Gentiles, whom they find mentioned in the Torah and the Gospel in their possession. He directs them to righteousness, and deters them from evil, and allows for them all good things, and prohibits for them wickedness, and unloads the burdens and the shackles that are upon them. Those who believe in him, and respect him, and support him, and follow the light that came down with him - these are the successful. Say, “O people, I am the messenger of God to you all - He to whom belongs the kingdom of the heavens and the earth. There is no God but He. He gives life and causes death.” So believe in God and His messenger, the Prophet of the Gentiles, who believes in God and His words. And follow him, that you may be guided." (7:157-158).

2- This Quranic verse is about this current of true, sincere monotheists in all eras; it was revealed shortly before the death of Muhammad: "The Pioneers - The first of the Migrants and the Supporters, and those who followed them in righteousness. God is pleased with them, and they are pleased with Him. He has prepared for them Gardens beneath which rivers flow, where they will abide forever. That is the sublime triumph." (9:100).

3- These Quranic verses pertain to a general discourse addressed to the current of all true, pious monotheists in all eras: "As for those who avoid the worship of Taghut, and return to God - theirs is the good news. So give good news to My servants. Those who listen to the Word, and follow the best of it. These are they whom God has guided. These are they who possess reasoning minds." (39:17-18); "Say, “O My servants who have transgressed against their souls: do not despair of God’s mercy, for God forgives all sins. He is indeed the Forgiver, the Clement.” And return to your Lord, and submit to Him, before torment comes upon you. Then you will not be helped. And follow the best of what was revealed to you from your Lord, before torment comes upon you suddenly, while you are unaware." (39:53-55); "Those who carry the Throne, and those around it, glorify their Lord with praise, and believe in Him, and ask for forgiveness for those who believe: “Our Lord, You have encompassed everything in mercy and knowledge; so forgive those who repent and follow Your Path, and protect them from the Hell torment." (40:7).

4- As per the Holy Quran, the human beings are divided, regarding belief/faith and deeds, into three categories mentioned in the Quranic Chapter 56: a guided minority who form the two ranks/groups of the Paradise dwellers (Forerunners and those on the Right) and one, larger, misguided group (the majority of human beings) who are those on the Left in Hell.

4/1: This applies to the People of the Book: "Then We sent in their wake Our messengers, and followed up with Jesus son of Mary, and We gave him the Gospel, and instilled in the hearts of those who followed him compassion and mercy. But as for the monasticism which they invented - We did not ordain it for them - only to seek God’s approval. But they did not observe it with its due observance. So We gave those of them who believed their reward, but many of them are sinful." (57:27); "Had they observed the Torah, and the Gospel, and what was revealed to them from their Lord, they would have consumed amply from above them, and from beneath their feet. Among them is a moderate community, but evil is what many of them are doing." (5:66); "They are not alike. Among the People of the Book is a community that is upright; they read God’s revelations throughout the night, and they prostrate themselves. They believe in God and the Last Day, and advocate righteousness and forbid evil, and are quick to do good deeds. These are among the righteous ones.  Whatever good they do, they will not be denied it. God knows the righteous ones." (3:113-115); "Among the People of the Book are those who believe in God, and in what was revealed to you, and in what was revealed to them. They are humble before God, and they do not sell God’s revelations for a cheap price. These will have their reward with their Lord..." (3:199); "Due to injustices committed by the Jews, We forbade them good things that used to be lawful for them; and for deterring many from God’s Path. And for their taking usury, although they were forbidden it; and for their consuming people's wealth dishonestly. We have prepared for the disbelievers among them a painful torment. But those among them firmly rooted in knowledge, and the believers, believe in what was revealed to you, and in what was revealed before you; and the observers of prayers and Zakat, and the believers in God and the Last Day - upon these We will bestow an immense reward." (4:160-162); "Those to whom We gave the Book before it believe in it. When it is read to them, they say, “We have believed in it; it is the Truth from our Lord; we were Muslims prior to it.” These will be given their reward twice, because they persevered; and they counter evil with good; and from Our provisions to them, they give." (28:52-54); "Say, “Believe in it, or do not believe.” Those who were given knowledge before it, when it is read to them, they fall to their chins, prostrating. And they say, “Glory to our Lord. The promise of our Lord is fulfilled.” And they fall to their chins, weeping, and it adds to their humility." (17:107-109).

4/2: This applies to Quran-believing people: "Then We passed the Book to those of Our servants whom We chose. Some of them wrong their souls, and some follow a middle course, and some are in the foremost in good deeds by God’s leave; that is the greatest blessing." (35:32).

5- The following is about all human beings in general.

5/1: Upon dying, one knows one's fate: among Forerunners or those on the Right in Paradise or among those on the Left in Hell: "But if he is one of those brought near. Then happiness, and flowers, and Garden of Delights. And if he is one of those on the Right. Then, “Peace upon you,” from those on the Right. But if he is one of the deniers, the misguided. Then a welcome of Inferno. And burning in Hell. This is the Absolute Truth." (56:88-95).

5/2: This is known also on the Last Day: "And you become three classes. Those on the Right - what of those on the Right? And those on the Left - what of those on the Left? And the Forerunners, the Forerunners. Those are the nearest." (56:7-11).

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