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Abu Hurayrah in Bukhari and other books:

Hell Wont Be Full Until Allah (swt) Puts His Leg In It


The two sheikhs (Bukhari & Muslim) mentioned a tradition narrated by Abdur Razak from Ma'mar from Humam that Abu Hurayra had said: The
!aradise and the Hell dis"uted about what ea#h had$ The Hell said: % am fa&ored by ha&in' the hau'hty "eo"le and the tyrants$ The !aradise
said: (hat about me that % ha&e but the "oor and miserable "eo"le$) Allah (swt) said to !aradise: *ou are My mer#y+ whi#h % 'rant to
whome&er % will$) He said to Hell: *ou are My torture+ whi#h % "unish with whome&er % will$) ,a#h of them must be filled$ But Hell will not be
filled until Allah (swt) "uts His le' into it and it says: ,nou'h+ enou'h$) Then it be#omes full and some of its "arts -oin the others$)
. Al.Bukhari/s 0ahih+ &ol$1 #ha"ter on tafsir surat 2af+ "'$345$ Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$4$ "'$674$ . Ahmed/s Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$136$
Allah (swt) reated Ada! Like His "wn I!age
The two sheikhs8 al.Bukhari and Muslim mentioned a tradition narrated by Abdur.Razak from Ma'mar from Humam bin Munabbih that Abu
Hurayra had said: The !ro"het (0) said: Allah (swt) had #reated Adam like His own ima'e in si9ty #ubits lon'$)
Ahmad added from another way by 0a'eed bin al.Musayyab that Abu Hurayra had said: )$$and se&en #ubits wide$ (hen Allah (swt) had finished
#reatin' him+ He said to him: :o and 'reet those sittin' an'els and listen to what they will 'reet you with$ %t will be your and your "ro'eny's
'reetin'$ Adam went and said to them: As.salamu alaykum ("ea#e be u"on you)$ They said: As.salamu alayk wa rahmatullah$ They added (wa
rahmatullah.and the mer#y of Allah (swt))$ ,&ery one entered !aradise was like Adam in si9ty #ubits lon'$ The human bein's be'an to 'row
less 'radually until nowadays$)
. al.Bukhari/s 0ahih+ &ol$6 first tradition in #ha"ter of Al%stidhan)+ "'$;5+ Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of "aradise+ se#tion "eo"le enterin'
"aradise ha&in' hearts like birds/+ "'$673 and Ahmed/s Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$13;$
. %rshad as.0ari+&ol$5+"'$<=$
He >uoted many thin's from -ews+ like his sayin': 0ayhan+ ?ayhan+ the ,u"hrates and the @ile of ,'y"t all are "arts of !aradise$ %t was
mentioned by al.Ahateeb in his book History of Ba'hdad+ &ol$4+"'$41;$ %t was >uoted from the Bld Testament$
Abu Hurayra had another tradition sayin': !ro"het Moses (as) beat the ro#k with his sti#k for the %sraelites and water 'ushed out$ He said to
them: Crink water+ donkeys$) Then Allah (swt) re&ealed to him: *ou intended to #om"are the human bein's+ whom % had #reated a##ordin' to
My ima'e+ to donkeys$)
%bn 2utayba mentioned this tradition in his book (%nter"retation of different traditions) "'$47=+ and made it as e&iden#e that the "ronoun
(his) in Abu Hurayra/s sayin': (Allah (swt) had #reated Adam a##ordin' to His ima'e) referred to Allah (swt) and not to Adam$
Abu Hurayra ad&an#ed in this tradition$ 0ometime he narrated it as abo&e and sometime he said: %f someone of you >uarrels with another+ let
him a&oid the fa#e be#ause Allah (swt) had #reated Adam a##ordin' to His ima'e$) 0ometimes he said: %f someone of you hits another+ let
a&oid the fa#e and not say: May Allah (swt) u'lify your fa#e and the fa#e of whoe&er looks like you+ be#ause Allah (swt) had #reated Adam
a##ordin' to His ima'e$)
. Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$4 se#tion on hittin' fa#e bein' forbidden+ "'$1<5$
. al.Bukhari in al.Adab al.Mufrad and by Ahmed in his Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$616$
Allah (swt) #es$ends %o %he Lower Hea&en '&ery (ight
The two sheikhs mentioned a tradition narrated by %bn 0hihab from Abu Abdullah al.A'harr and Abu 0alama bin Abdur.Rahman that Abu
Hurayra had said: Bur 'od des#ends to the lower hea&en at the last third of e&ery ni'ht and says: Det any one ask me to 'rant him what he
asks for$)
0ahih of al.Bukhari+ &ol$6 se#tion on Midni'ht su""li#ation)+ "'$E7 and &ol$3+ "'$31E$
0ahih of Muslim+ &ol$3+"'$471$Musnad of Ahmed bin Hanbal+ &ol$4+ "'$4;7$
)olo!on Breaks His Father #a&ids *erdi$t
The two sheikhs mentioned a tradition narrated by Abu Hurayra that the !ro"het had said: ) There were two women with their two babies$ A
wolf #ame and snat#hed one of the babies$ The women dis"uted that ea#h "retended the baby was eaten by the wolf was of the other$ They
went to !ro"het Ca&id to -ud'e between them$ He -ud'ed that the remained li&e baby was the elder woman's baby$ They went to "ro"het
0olomon (as)+ the son of "ro"het Ca&id (as)+ and told him their story$ He said: Brin' me a knife F331G to #ut the baby into two hal&es to 'i&e
ea#h one a half$) The youn'er woman #ried: !lease+ don't do that+ Allah (swt) may ha&e mer#y u"on you$ %t is of that woman$) Then "ro"het
0olomon -ud'ed that the baby was of the youn'er woman$) Abu Hurayra said: % swear by Allah (swt) that % ha&en't heard of sikkeen (knife)
before that$ (e #alled it midya (knife)$)
Ar'uments re'ardin' this tradition:
3) Ca&id(as) was a "ro"het+ whom Allah (swt) had dele'ated to 'uide His "eo"le and entrusted to rule on the earth with -usti#e$ Allah (swt)
said: (B CawoodH surely (e ha&e made you a ruler in the land8 so -ud'e between men with -usti#e) 17:4E$
2) The #ontradi#tion between the &erdi#ts of these two "ro"hets was #lear+ a##ordin' to this tradition$ %t means that one of them was
wron'$ This was im"ossible for the "ro"hets es"e#ially when they -ud'ed a##ordin' to the laws of Allah (swt)$ Allah (swt) said: ($$and
whoe&er did not -ud'e by what Allah (swt) re&ealed+ those are they that are the trans'ressors) ;:65$
1) The tradition showed that Ca&id(as) had -ud'ed that the baby was the elder woman's baby without any e&iden#e -ust be#ause she
was the elder$ ?ud'ements like these didn't #ome e9#e"t from an i'norant man+ who didn't know anythin' about the le'al #riteria and
the laws of trials$ :lory be to Allah (swt) and His "ro"hets$
6) 0olomon (as) -ud'ed that the baby was the youn'er woman's baby -ust be#ause she feared for the baby to be #ut by the knife$ This
was not an enou'h e&iden#e for 0olomon to -ud'e a##ordin' to it+ es"e#ially after that the youn'er woman had #onfessed that it was
the other woman's baby and after his father's -ud'ement$
5) Abu Hurayra said: % swear by Allah (swt) that % ha&en't heard of sikkeen before that$ (e didn't #all it but midya$) 0ikkeen was more
#ommon amon' the Arabs+ and % don't think that there was one who didn't know its meanin'$ %n fa#t+ many of the #ommon "eo"le
didn't know the midya$ Cid Abu Hurayra not read or hear Allah (swt) sayin' in sura of *ousuf (Iand 'a&e ea#h of them a (sikkeen)
knife) 34:13
E) He himself narrated that the !ro"het (0) had said: He+ who was made a -ud'e for "eo"le+ as if he was slau'htered without a
(sikkeen) knife$) .Ahmed bin Hanbal in his book Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$41=+ that it was narrated by Muhammad bin ?a/far from 0hu/ba
from al.Ala/ from his father from Abu Hurayra$
The two sheikhs mentioned a tradition that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: 0ulayman ibn Cawood (0olomon+ the son of
Ca&id) said: % will 'o to bed with a hundred of women toni'ht$ ,a#h woman will 'i&e birth to a boy+ who will fi'ht for the sake of Allah (swt)$
The an'el said to him: 0ay inshAllah (swt)$ He did not say and went to bed with them$ @o one of them did bear e9#e"t one+ who 'a&e birth to
half a human bein'$ %f he said inshAllah (swt)+ he wouldn't break his oath and his desire would be realized$)
Abu Hurayra's Jontradi#tions:
0ahih of al.Bukhari+ &ol$1 #ha"ter of Marria'e)+ se#tion on Kisitin' my wi&esI)+ "'$35E$ Musnad of Ahmed+ &ol$4+ "'$44< and "'$45=$ 0ays
one hundred wi&es$
0ahih of al.Bukhari+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of Be'innin' of #reation)+ se#tion on tafsir of &erse 1= surat 0ad+ "'$3E;$ 0ays se&enty wi&esH
0ahih of al.Bukhari+ &ol$6 #ha"ter of %man and @uthoor+ se#tion on %stithna in %man+ "'$3=5$ 0ays ninety wi&esH
0ahih of Muslim+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of faith+ se#tion on e9#e"tion+ "'$41$ 0ays si9ty$ %n the same #ha"ter Muslim mentioned a tradition narrated by
Abu Hurayra from another way that they were se&enty and another tradition narrated by him from a third way that they were ninetyH
+oses )la,s %he Angel "- #eath
The two sheikhs mentioned a tradition that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: The an'el of death #ame to Moses (as) and
said to him: Res"ond to the order of your 'odH Moses sla""ed the an'el of death on his eye and 'ou'ed it$ The an'el of death returned to Allah
(swt) and said to Him: *ou sent me to one of *our sla&es+ who did not want to die$ He 'ou'ed my eye$ Allah (swt) restored to him his eye and
said to him: :o ba#k to My sla&e and say to him: %f you want to li&e+ you are to "ut your hand on a bull's ba#k and see how many hairs sti#k in
your hand$ *ou will li&e for e&ery hair a year$)
Ahmed bin Hanbal mentioned this tradition in his Musnad that Abu Hurayra had said: The !ro"het (0) said: The an'el of death used to #ome
to "eo"le &isibly$ He #ame to Moses$ Moses (as) sla""ed him and 'ou'ed his eyeI) %bn ?areer at.Tabari in his book Tareekh al.Lmam wel.
Mulook (the history of the nations and the kin's) &ol$ 3+ mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: The an'el of death used to #ome to "eo"le
&isibly until he #ame to Moses$ Moses sla""ed him and 'ou'ed his eyeI) and at the last of the tradition that the an'el of death be'an to #ome
to "eo"le in&isibly after the death of Moses$)
*ou note #learly that this tradition has many thin's+ whi#h #an ne&er be as#ribed to Allah (swt)+ His "ro"hets+ and His an'els$ %s it suitable for
Allah (swt) to #hoose amon' His "eo"le one+ who assaults like the tyrants e&en u"on the an'els of Allah (swt) -ust be#ause of an'er and a#ts
like the mutinous arro'ant or to hate death so mu#h like the i'norantM (as that "ossible for Moses+ whom Allah (swt) had #hosen for His
mission and entrusted with His re&elationM (as that "ossible for Moses+ whom Allah (swt) had fa&ored with His talkin' to and made one of the
best "ro"hetsM How did he hate death while he desired to meet Allah (swt) and to be near HimM (hat was the 'uilt of the an'el of death+ who
was but a messen'er from Allah (swt) to him to be sla""ed and his eye be 'ou'edM (as it suitable for the ar#h."ro"hets to insult and beat the
an'els+ who were sent by Allah (swt) to inform them of the missions and orders of Allah (swt)M Allah (swt) and His "ro"hets and an'els are far
abo&e thatH (hy did we disa&ow the dwellers of ar.Rass+ the !haraoh+ Abu ?ahl and the likes and #urse them day and ni'htM (as that not
be#ause they offended the "ro"hets when they #ame to them with the missions and orders of Allah (swt)M How do we+ then+ as#ribe the same
to the "ro"hetsM Allah (swt) forbidH (hat a 'reat slander it isH
He wasn't ordered by Allah (swt) to a&en'e himself u"on Moses+ in whose Torah. Allah (swt) had said:
(that life is for life+ and eye for eye+ and nose for nose+ and ear for ear+ and tooth for tooth+ and (that there is) re"risal in wounds)+
0ura of al.Ma/ida+ Kerse:6;$ (e found that the twenty.third "ara'ra"h of the twenty.first #ha"ter of the ,9odus of the Torah+ whi#h is
amon' the ?ews and the Jhristians nowadays ha&e the followin' meanin': (%f a harm ha""ened+ a soul would be 'i&en for a soul+ an eye
for an eye+ a tooth for a tooth+ a hand for a hand+ a le' for a le'+ a burn for a burn+ a wound for a wound and a bruise for a bruise)$
A .o$k .uns Away With +oses lothes
The two sheikhs mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: The %sraelites bathed nakedly$ They looked at ea#h
other's "ri&ate "arts$ Moses bathed alone$ They said: By Allah (swt)+ nothin' "re&ented Moses to bathe with us+ unless he had a hernia$) Bn#e
Moses went to bathe+ He "ut his #loths on a ro#k$ The ro#k ran away with Moses' #loths$ Moses followed the ro#k #ryin': B ro#k+ my #lothsH B
ro#k+ my #lothsH) The %sraelites looked at Moses "ri&ate "arts and said that Moses was all ri'ht$ After that the ro#k sto""ed$ Moses took his
#loths and be'an to beat the ro#k$ % swear by Allah (swt) that the ro#k had si9 or se&en s#ars$)
. Muslim in his book 0ahih+ &ol$4 se#tion on "ro"het Moses/s (as) &irtues+ "'$1=7$ Al.Bukhari mentioned it in his 0ahih+ &ol+3 se#tion on narration
from %sha# bin @asr whi#h follows se#tion on Moses and Ahidr/s #on&ersation+ "'$3E4 and also in &ol$ 3 in #ha"ter of :husl)+ se#tion on bein'
naked amon' others durin' 'husl+ "'$64$ %t was mentioned by Ahmed in his Musnad in many ways from Abu Hurayra+ &ol$4+ "'$13;$
Al.Bukhari and Muslim mentioned in their 0ahihs that Abu Hurayra had said that it was this e&ent+ whi#h Allah (swt) had referred to in His
sayin':
(B you who belie&eH be not like those who s"oke e&il thin's of Musa+ but Allah (swt) #leared him of what they said+ and he was worthy of
re'ard with Allah (swt)) 11:E<$
..Coes this #ra" e&en need any #ommentM % won't 'ra#e it with one$..
Peo,le .esort %o %he Pro,hets Ho,ing %heir Inter$ession
The two sheikhs mentioned a lon' tradition of Abu Hurayra's sayin' that: The !ro"het (0) said: %n the Cay of Resurre#tion Allah (swt) 'athers
all "eo"les+ the first and the last of them+ in one "la#e$ The #aller #an see them all and they all #an hear him$ The sun #omes nearer$ !eo"le
#annot tolerate the 'rief and worry$ They say to ea#h other: Con't you see what 'rief you are inM Con't you find someone to inter#ede for you
with your 'odM) They 'o to Adam (as) and say to him: *ou are the father of the human bein's$ Allah (swt) #reated you with His hands and
blew in you some of His mer#y$ He ordered the an'els to "rostrate in front of you and they did$ !lease inter#ede for us with your 'od$ Con't you
see what we are inM) Adam (as) says: My :od be#ame so an'ry today to a de'ree that He hadn't be#ome so an'ry before nor He will be so
an'ry after that$ He forbade me to eat from the tree but % disobeyed Him$ Myself+ myself+ myselfH :o to another "ro"het$ :o to @oah$) They 'o
to @oah (as) and say to him: B @oah+ you were the first "ro"het to the "eo"le of the earth$ Allah (swt) #alled you a 'rateful sla&e$ !lease
inter#ede for us with your :od$ Con't you see what we are inM) @oah (as) says: My :od be#ame so an'ry today that He hadn't be#ome so
an'ry like that before+ nor He will be so an'ry like that after today be#ause % had+ on#e+ #ursed my "eo"le$ % shall kee" to myself+ myself+
myselfH :o to another "ro"het$ :o to Abraham$) They 'o to Abraham (as) and say to him: B Abraham+ you are the "ro"het of Allah (swt) and
His true friend amon' all the "eo"le of the earth+ "lease inter#ede for us with your :od$ Con't you see what we are inM) He says: My :od
be#ame so an'ry today that He hadn't be#ome so an'ry like that before+ nor he will be so an'ry like that after today$ % had told lies three times$
% will kee" to myself+ myself+ myselfH :o to another "ro"het$ :o to Moses$) They 'o to Moses (as) and say to him: B Moses+ you are the
"ro"het of Allah (swt)$ He "referred you with His mission and talked with you alone amon' all the "eo"le8 "lease inter#ede for us with your
'od$ Con't you see what we are inM) He says: My :od be#ame so an'ry today that He hadn't be#ome so an'ry like that before nor He will be
so an'ry like that after today$ % had killed someone+ whom % was not ordered to kill$ % will kee" to myself+ myselfH MyselfH :o to another than
me$ :o to ?esus$) They 'o to ?esus (as) and say to him: B ?esus+ you are the "ro"het of Allah (swt) and His word+ whi#h He #ommuni#ated to
Miriam (the Kir'in Mary) and a s"irit from Him$ *ou s"oke to "eo"le when you were in the #radle8 "lease inter#ede to us with your :od$ Con't
you see what we are inM) ?esus (as) says: My :od be#ame so an'ry today that He hadn't be#ome so an'ry like that before+ nor He will be so
an'ry like that after today$ (Abu Hurayra did not mention 'uilt) % will kee" to myself+ myselfH MyselfH :o to Muhammad$) They 'o to Muhammad
(0) and say to him: B Muhammad+ you are the "ro"het of Allah (swt) and the last of the "ro"hets$ Allah (swt) for'a&e you all your 'uilts$
!lease inter#ede for us with your :od$ Con't you see what we are inM) Then % (Muhammad) 'o to be under the ,m"yrean and "rostrate in front
of my :od$ Allah (swt) 'rants me to "raise and thank Him in a way that no one was 'ranted with before me$ Then it is said: B Muhammad+
raise your head and ask whate&er you like+ you will be 'ranted that and inter#ede+ your inter#ession will be a##e"ted$) % say: B my :od+ my
ummaH B my :od+ my ummaH) %t is said: B Muhammad+ enter amon' your umma those+ who won't be "unished+ from the ri'ht 'ate and they
will share the other 'ates with "eo"le$)
.al.Bukhari in his 0ahih+ &ol$1 #ha"ter of tafsir 0urat Bani %srael+ se#tion on offs"rin's #arried with "ro"het @oah(as)+ "'$3==$ %t was mentioned
by Muslim in his 0ahih+ &ol$3 #ha"ter of faith+ se#tion on inter#esion+ "'$<5 and Ahmed in his Musnad+ &ol$4$
Abu Hurayra+ in this tradition+ did dare auda#iously to defame and dis'ra#e the "ro"hets+ whom Allah (swt) had #hosen to s"read His missions
amon' His "eo"le+ in a way that the di&ine 0haria and 0unna denied it #om"letely$ The 0unna had a way of 'lorifyin' the "ro"hets that made
the hearts full of sa#red re'ard and res"e#t and the fronts submit to them$ %t was the 0unna of the "ro"het Muhammad (0) and his holy 2ur'an
that s"read the 'lories of these "ro"hets (as) all o&er the uni&erse+ on the land+ in the sea and filled the ears of the a'e with "raisin' them$ All
what the nations knew about these "ro"hets of 'lory+ whi#h made the eyes submit in front of+ and 'reatness+ whi#h made the ambitions #rin'e
and lower their win's meanly before+ was by &irtue of the 2ur'an and Muhammad's 0unna$ (ithout the infallible 0unna of the !ro"het
Muhammad (0) and the holy 2ur'an+ no one of the later 'enerations would know any thin' about these "ro"hets (as) where there was no
#ertain e&iden#e or a true news or a reasonable narration about them$ 0o !ro"het Muhammad (0) "reser&ed the history of the "ro"hets and the
nations and #om"leted+ by the 0unna and the 2ur'an+ the noble #hara#ters and the best of morals and manners$ He s"read the di&ine laws and
the wise systems that were re&ealed to him from Allah (swt)+ whi#h would insure the ha""iness of the worldly life and the afterlife$ They both+
the 2ur'an and the 0unna+ in#luded s#ien#e+ wisdom+ "oliti#s+ the di'nity of the life and the hereafter and "reser&ed the Arabi# lan'ua'e until
the Cay of Resurre#tion$
(%s the reward of 'oodness but 'oodness) ;;:E=
#oubt "- Pro,hets/ riti$ising Lot(as)/ Pre-erring 0ousu- (as) to +uha!!ad ()) In Patien$e
The two sheikhs mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: (e are worthier of doubt than Abraham when he said
(as in the holy 2ur'an):
(And when %brahim said: My DordH 0how me how Thou 'i&est life to the dead+ He said: (hatH And do you not belie&eM He said: *es+ but that
my heart may be at ease) 4:4E=$
May Allah (swt) ha&e mer#y u"on Dot (as)8 he re#oursed to a stron' su""ort$ %f % stayed in "rison as lon' as *ousuf (?ose"h) had stayed+ %
would res"ond to the in&iter$)
Refer to al.Bukhari/s 0ahih+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of Be'innin' of #reation)+ se#tion on "ro"het %brahim and his 'uests+ "'$ 3;7+ Muslim/s 0ahih+
&ol$3 #ha"ter of faith se#tion on in#rease in "ea#e of heart+ "'$53 and Ahmed/s Musnad+ &ol$4$

!roblems:
. This tradition says that Abraham (as) was in doubt but Allah (swt) said:
(And #ertainly (e 'a&e to %brahim his re#titude before) 43:;3+ and:
(And thus did (e show %brahim the kin'dom of the hea&ens and the earth and that he mi'ht be of those who are sure) E:5;$
%t was #lear from his sayin': (e are worthier than Abraham in doubt$) that !ro"het Muhammad (0) and all of the other "ro"hets were in
doubt and worthier than Abraham in that$
0u""ose that he didn't mean all the "ro"hets+ but definitely he meant himself$ The te9t was so #lear to show that !ro"het Muhammad (0) was
worthier than Abraham in doubt$ :lory to Allah (swt)H This was a 'reat slanderH The #onsensus and the mental and traditional #riteria #ertified
the nullity of this tradition$
(e don't know+ % swear by Allah (swt)+ why !ro"het Muhammad (0) was worthier than Abraham in doubt+ in s"ite of that Allah (swt) had
'ranted him what He hadn't 'ranted Abraham (as) and all the other "ro"hets or the an'elsH
By sayin': May Allah (swt) ha&e mer#y u"on Dot (as)+ he resorted to a stron' su""ort) he #riti#ised Dot and a##used him of bein' not so
#onfident in Allah (swt)+ where+ in fa#t+ Dot (as) wanted to "ro&oke his tribe and relati&es and to o&er#ome by his assistants for the sake of
Allah (swt) to order the "eo"le to do 'ood deeds and forbid them to do bad deeds$ !ro"het Muhammad (0) would ne&er blame Dot or
dis"ro&e his sayin'$ !ro"het Muhammad (0) would ne&er think of Dot else than what he deser&ed as 'reat 'lorious "ro"het+ but he had
warned that there would be many liars fabri#atin' traditionsH
%n sayin': %f % stayed in "rison as lon' as *ousuf (?ose"h) stayed+ % would res"ond to the in&iter) he "referred+ #learly+ *ousuf (as) to
!ro"het Muhammad (0)$ This #ontradi#ted the #onsensus+ the books of Hadith and what was "ro&ed to be a ne#essity amon' the Muslims$
%f you said that !ro"het Muhammad was humble to admire *ousuf's "ruden#e+ "atien#e and wisdom in "ro&in' his inno#en#e until the
truth a""eared and he was set free from "rison+ we would say that it was not "ossible for the !ro"het to say su#h e&en in humility+
be#ause if he was tried by the same "roblem of *ousuf+ he would be more "rudent and "atient to #lear the truth$ How im"ossible it was
for the !ro"het (0) to res"ond to the in&iter by -ust in&itin' him to 'et out of "rison and lose the wisdom+ whi#h *ousuf (as) "referred
when he said to the messen'er of the kin' when set him free from "rison as Allah (swt) says:
(:o ba#k to your lord and ask him+ what is the #ase of the women who #ut their hands8 surely my Dord knows their 'uile$ He said: How was
your affair when you sou'ht *usuf to yield himself (to you)M They said: Remote is Allah (swt) (from im"erfe#tion)+ we knew of no e&il on his
"art$ The #hief's wife said: @ow has the truth be#ome established: % sou'ht him to yield himself (to me)+ and he is most surely of the truthful
ones) 34:;=.;3$
He didn't 'et out of "rison until his inno#en#e shone like the sun without #louds$
0o *ousuf (as) was "rudent and "atient that he didn't try to 'et out of "rison so soon until he 'ot what he wanted$ More than that !ro"het
Muhammad (0) was "rudent+ "atient+ lenient+ firm+ determined+ wise and infallible in all doin's and sayin's$ %t was he+ who if they "ut the sun
in his ri'ht hand and the moon in his left hand in order to 'i&e u" his mission+ would ne&er do$
riti$i1ing +oses For Burning %he *illage "- Ants
The two sheikhs mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad said: An ant "in#hed one of the "ro"hets (Moses+ as said by at.
Tarmithi in al.2astalani/s book %rshad as.0ari+ &ol$E+ "'$477 )$ He ordered to burn the &illa'e of ants and it was burned$ Allah (swt) re&ealed to
him: (hy did you burn one of the nations that "raised Allah (swt)+ be#ause an ant had "in#hed youM)
al.Bukhari/s book 0ahih+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of ?ihad+ se#tion on narration from *ahya bin bakir+ "'$ 336+ Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of killin'
snakes+ se#tion on forbiddin' killin' ants+ "'$4E5+ Abu Cawood/s al.Adab+ %bn Ma-a+ an.@assa/ei and Ahmed/s Musnad$
%he Pro,het Forgets %wo )e$tions "- %he Prayer
The two sheikhs mentioned a tradition that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad offered one of the day "rayers+ % think it was the Asr
"rayer+ in two se#tions (rak'ah) instead of four and he finished it$ Then he stood u" and "ut his hand on a "ie#e of wood that was in the front of
the mos>ue$ Amon' the "eo"le in the mos>ue were Abu Bakr and Bmar+ but they feared to ask the !ro"het about that$ The hurried "eo"le left
the mos>ue and asked if the "rayer had been lessened$ 0omeone+ whom the !ro"het #alled Thul.*adayn+ asked the !ro"het: Cid you for'et or
lessen the "rayerM) The !ro"het said: % didn't for'et and the "rayer wasn't lessened$) Thul.*adayn said: *es+ you for'ot$) The !ro"het offered
two additional rak'ahs+ made tassleem (the endin' of a "rayer)+ said Allah (swt)uakbar (Allah (swt) is the 'reatest) and "rostrated for
for'ettin'$)
al.Bukhari/s 0ahih+ &ol$3 se#tion on Takbir durin' 0ahw "rostrations+ "'$36; and in other "la#es of the book$ Refer to Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$3+
se#tion on for'ettin' in "rayers and "rostration+ "'$43; and Ahmed/s Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$416$
..There are too many #ontradi#tions here to #ount$..
Pro,het +uha!!ad ()) Hurt/ Whi,,ed/ Abused And ursed Inno$ent Peo,le
The two sheikhs mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: B Allah (swt)+ Muhammad is not but a human bein'$ He
be#omes an'ry like the other human bein's$ % had a "romise with *ou that *ou would not break it$ ,&ery belie&er % hurt+ abused+ #ursed or
whi""ed+ let it be e9"iation for his 'uilt and a #ause for makin' him #loser to *ou$)
Muslim in his book 0ahih+ &ol$4 se#tion on whoe&er the !ro"het (0) has #ursed+ "'$1<4+ al.Bukhari in his 0ahih+ &ol$6 #ha"ter of
su""li#ation+ se#tion on !ro"het (0) sayin' whoe&er % hurt+ "'$ 53 and Ahmed in his Musnad+ &ol$4+ "'$461$
)atan o!es %o #isturb %he Pro,hets ()) Prayers
The two sheikhs mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: The !ro"het (0) offered one of his "rayers and said: The 0atan #ame u"on tryin' his
best to interru"t my "rayer$ Allah (swt) hel"ed me that % #ould throttle him$ % wanted to tie him to a "ole that you would see him in the
mornin'+ but % remembered 0olomon's (as) sayin':
(My DordH do Thou for'i&e me and 'rant me a kin'dom whi#h is not fit for (bein' inherited by) anyone after me) 17:1;$)
2ur'aan says: Allah (swt) said addressin' the 0atan:
(0urely$ as re'ards My ser&ants+ you ha&e no authority o&er them e9#e"t those who follow you of the de&iators) 3;:64$
(0urely he (the 0haitan) has no authority o&er those who belie&e and rely on their Dord$ His authority is only o&er those who befriend him and
those who asso#iate others with Him) 3E:<<.3==$
%he Abyssinians ,lay in the !os2ue
Al.Bukhari mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: (hile the Abyssinians were "layin' with their bayonets in front of the !ro"het (0) in the
mos>ue+ Bmar entered and be'an to throw "ebbles at them$ The !ro"het (0) said to Bmar: Det them do that$)
%n his 0ahih+ &ol$4 #ha"ter of ?ihad+ se#tion on entertainment the mos>ue+ "'$34=$
(hy did Bmar frown u"on musi# while the !ro"het (0A() was fond of itM LnlessM Hmmm$$$
Abrogation be-ore the ti!e o- ,er-or!an$e
Al.Bukhari mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: The !ro"het (0) sent us in a dele'ation and said to us: %f you find (those two men)+ burn
them with fireH) Then he said to us when we wanted to lea&e: % ordered you to burn (those two men) with fire+ but no one is to torture with
fire sa&e Allah (swt)$ 0o when you find them+ kill them both$)
This tradition was untrue be#ause it showed abro'ation of an order before "erformin' it$ %t was im"ossible for Allah (swt) and His a"ostle to do
that$ (hen the !ro"het (0) said: (burn them with fire)+ it was re&ealed to him by Allah (swt)
(@or does he s"eak out of desire$ %t is nau'ht but re&elation that is re&ealed) ;1:1.6+
so when the !ro"het (0) abro'ated it (a##ordin' to Allah (swt)'s re&elation) before "erformin' it that would show i'noran#e of Allah (swt)H Allah
(swt) forbidH :lory be to Him+ the ,9alted+ the Almi'hty$
0ahih al.Bukhari &ol$ 4 #ha"ter of ?ihad+ se#tion on one does not 'et "unished with "unishmentI+ "'$ 336$
#oing a thing in unbelie&able ,eriod
Al.Bukhari mentioned that Abu Hurayra had said: The !ro"het Muhammad (0) said: The holy 2ur'an was eased for "ro"het Ca&id$ He ordered
his men to saddle his sum"ter and he finished re#itin' the 2ur'an before they finished saddlin' the sum"ter$)
. Al.Bukhari/s 0ahih+ &ol$1 #ha"ter of 2uran/s tafsir+ se#tion on Allah (swt)(0$w$T) 'a&e "ro"het Ca&id (as) the zabur+ "'$ 3=3 and &ol$4 #ha"ter
of Be'innin' of #reation)+ same se#tion as latter #itation+ "'$ 3E6$
%t was im"ossible:
The holy 2ur'an was re&ealed to !ro"het Muhammad (0)+ so that was >uite stu"id and "ointless
%hey deny his tradition/ so he $hanges his !ind
Muslim mentioned that Abdul Malik bin Abu Bakr said that Abu Bakr had said: % heard Abu Hurayra narratin' in his stories: (hoe&er was
im"ure when it dawned+ he was not to fast$) % told Abdur Rahman of that and he asked his father$ His father denied it$ Abdur Rahman and %
went to Aa'isha and Lm 0alama (the !ro"het's (0) wi&es)$ Abdur Rahman asked them and said to me: Both of them said that the !ro"het (0)
be#ame im"ure in the mornin' without a wet dream and he fasted$ Then we went to Marwan+ who was the wali of Medina by Mu'awiya$ Abdur
Rahman told Marwan of that$ Marwan said: % ask you to 'o to Abu Hurayra to refute his sayin'$) (e went to Abu Hurayra$ Abdur Rahman told
him that$ He said: Cid they (the !ro"het's (0) wi&es) say thatM) he said: *es+ they did$) Abu Hurayra said: They knew more than me$ % heard
that from al.Nadhl and didn't hear it from the !ro"het (0)$) He #han'ed his mind and as#ribed the tradition to al.Nadhl$
Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$3+ "'$634$
..0omethin' you "robably didn't think about+ but would the !ro"het (0A() be im"ure before the dawn+ in.li'ht of the fa#t that he (0A() was
re>uired to be "ure for the dawn "rayersM..
Al.Bukhari mentioned a tradition narrated by Abu 0alama that Abu Hurayra had said: The !ro"het (0) said: There is no #onta'iousness+ no
0afar and no Hama$) Bne of the nomads asked him: B messen'er of Allah (swt)+ our #amels mo&e on the sands like the antelo"es+ but why do
they+ when mi9 with a man'y #amel+ be#ome man'yM) The !ro"het (0) said: Then+ who infe#ted the first oneM)
. 0ahih+ &ol$6 se#tion on There is no Hama)+ "'$3; and Muslim/s 0ahih+ &ol$4+ "'$4;7$
Cire#tly after this tradition+ al.Bukhari mentioned another one narrated by Abu 0alama that he had heard Abu Hurayra sayin': The !ro"het (0)
said: @o si#k is to mi9 with a healthy one$) Abu 0alama said to Abu Hurayra: Cidn't you narrate that there is no infe#tion$) He denied his first
tradition and be'an to murmur in Abyssinian$)
He also says in Bukhari:
@arrated from Chakwan and OAbd al.Rah$man ibn Abi @uOm by Ah$mad with two sound #hains):
Kolume 5+ Book E6+ @umber 4E7:
@arrated Abu Huraira:
PThe !ro"het said+ 'The best alms is that whi#h is 'i&en when one is ri#h+ and a 'i&in' hand is better than a takin' one+ and you should start
first to su""ort your de"endents$3 A wife says+ '*ou should either "ro&ide me with food or di&or#e me$' A sla&e says+ ':i&e me food and en-oy my
ser&i#e$P A son says+ P:i&e me food8 to whom do you lea&e meMP The "eo"le said+ PB Abu HurairaH Cid you hear that from Allah's A"ostle MP He
said+ P@o+ it is from my own self$P
0o what does that ha&e to do with our belo&ed !ro"het (0A() % don't know$$$
0o therefore the so.#alled 0ahih) Bukhari is not so 0ahih after allH