martes, 4 de octubre de 2011

Una respuesta contundente a la calumnia contra Rasul

A-s-salamu 'alaykum:

Afortunadamente no hemos estado solos en la defensa del honor de nuestro santo profeta, sayyidina Muhammad - sobre él la plegaria y la paz -.

Conviene leer la muy interesante respuesta dada por un hermano en el blog del calumniador, señor Prado. He aquí sin más preámbulos el comentario del hermano el cual desmonta el montaje embustero que el señor Prado ha montado en torno a todo esto.

Shaykh GF Haddad said:
This conclusion [that Bukhari is 100% authentic] excludes the chainless, broken-chained reports, or unattributed reports sometimes adduced by al-Bukhari in his chapter-titles or appended to certain narrations. An example of the latter is the so-called “suicide hadith” – one of al-Zuhri’s unattributive narrations (balaghat) which is actually broken-chained and therefore weak. It does not meet the criteria of hadith authenticity used by the lesser and greater hadith Masters, much less that of al-Bukhari who mentioned it only to show its discrepancy with two other chains whose versions omit the attempted suicide story, and Allah knows best.
The above conclusion is proof that the position that everything that is found in the two Sahihs is rigorously sound refers only to full-chained reports positively attributed to the Prophet Muhammad.
Usted sabe ingles. Queda claro que Al Bujari es 100% veridico excluyendo las lineas de transmision sin cadena, cadena rota o sin referencias como le sucede evidentemente el hadiz que vd cita para decir lo que no es y nunca fue, aunque vd. lo pretenda.
Usted dice textualmente que “ha mencionado un episodio de sobras conocido, recogido en las biografías del Mensajero de Al-lâh escritas por los musulmanes a lo largo de los siglos, empezando por Ibn Sa’ad (Kitab Al Tabaqaat) y Tabari (Al Tarikh). Ambos se apoyan en un hadiz de Aisha, recogido en el Sahih de al-Bujari.¨
Casualmente empieza dando el ejemplo de Tabari, pero la primera fuente conocida es la Ibn Saad (Kitab al tabaqaat) de la que cabe decir lo siguiente;
The Reliability of the Narrations that Speak About the Prophet’s Suicide Attempts
This incident is recorded in a number of sources.
Source 1:
First one is in Ibn Sa’ad’s book, Kitab Al Tabaqaat. The chain of transmission is Muhammad ibn Umar al-Waqidi – Ibrahim ibn Muhammad ibn Abi Musa – Dawud ibn Al Husayn – Abi Ghatfan bin Turayf – Ibn Abbass.
Problem with Narration:
It contains the infamous Al Waqidi, who has been condemned. Interestingly a Christian has done some impressive research on this individual in one of his articles and I will therefore be copying this short piece from his article…
Abd Allah Ibn Ali al Madini and his father said: “Al-Waqidi has 20,000 Hadith I never heard of.” And then he said: “His narration shouldn’t be used” and considered it weak.
Yahya Ibn Muaen said: “Al-Waqidi said 20,000 false hadith about the prophet.”
Al-Shafi’i said, “Al-Waqidi is a liar.”
Ibn Hanbal said, “Al-Waqidi is a liar.”
Al-Bukhari said he didn’t write a single letter by Al-Waqidi. (Siar Aalam al nublaa – althagbi – biography of Al-Waqidi)
The following Muslim author writes:
As a report of history, this narration suffers from two fatally serious defects. The first is the UNIVERSALLY RECOGNISED UNTRUSTWORTHINESS OF AL-WAQIDI. Details of his unreliability as a narrator would probably fill several pages, but all of it may be suitably condensed into a statement by Imam ash-Shafi’ee, who was his contemporary, and who knew him personally. Ash-Shafi’ee has the following to say: “In Madeenah there were seven people who used to forge chains of narration. One of them was al-Waqidi.”3 (Sources: http://www.allaahuakbar.net/shiites/vicious_unscrupulous_propaganda_of_shiia-2.htm and http://www.ansar.org/english/hasan.htm; bold emphasis ours)
Others say:
Al-Waqidi (130/747-207/822-23), who wrote over twenty works of an historical nature, but only the Kitab al-Maghazi has survived as an independent work. His reputation is marred by the fact that he relied upon story tellers; viz., those who embellished the stories of others. Al-Waqidi did such embellish, such as by adding dates and other details onto the account of Ibn Ishaq (at pages 25-29) (http://jeromekahn123.tripod.com/enlightenment/id3.html)
Even the English translator of Ibn Sa’d's work had this to say about al-Waqidi:
… The chain of the narrators is not reliable because the person who narrated to Ibn Sa’d was Waqidi WHO IS NOTORIOUS AS A NARRATOR OF FABRICATED hadithes. The next one Ya’qub is unknown and ‘Abd Allah Ibn ‘Abd al-Rahman is not a Companion. Consequently this narration is not trustworthy. (Ibn Sa’d's Kitab Al-Tabaqat Al-Kabir, Volume I, English translation by S. Moinul Haq, M.A., PH.D assisted by H.K. Ghazanfar M.A. [Kitab Bhavan Exporters & Importers, 1784 Kalan Mahal, Daryaganj, New Delhi, 110 002 India], p. 152, fn. 2; capital emphasis ours)
And the list goes on of those who called him a liar.
Al-Waqidi was also one of those that narrated the story of the Satanic Verses. The most amazing part of this is that the authors’ friend, MENJ has a response on the same web site where this rebuttal appears from G.F. Haddad seeking to deny the historicity of the Satanic Verses where he calls into question al-Waqidi’s reliability! Here is what Haddad says about al-Waqidi:
[(*) Muhammad ibn `Umar al-Waqidi (d. 207), Ahmad ibn Hanbal said of him: "He is A LIAR." Al-Bukhari and Abu Hatim al-Razi said: "DISCARDED." Ibn `Adi said: "His narrations ARE NOT RETAINED, AND THEIR BANE COMES FROM HIM." Ibn al-Madini said: "HE FORGES HADITHS." Al-Dhahabi said: "CONSENSUS HAS SETTLED OVER HIS DEBILITY." Mizan al-I`tidal (3:662-666 #7993).] (Source: http://bismikaallahuma.org/Polemics/haddad.htm; capital emphasis ours)
So as we can see, this narration is unreliable.
Y queda patente que usted no esta capacitado para citar hadices pues da veracidad a algo que aunque citado por terceros dentro de un hadiz, todo el mundo reconoce como falso y da por buenas la narraciones que incluyen en su cadena a Al-Waquidi, declarado un mentiroso fabulador por los mas grandes sabios del hadiz…
Los que en su ignorancia estan fascinados con su modernismo y su falta de respeto a la tradicion, ya saben la capacidad de dar enseñanzas de su admirado interpretador del Islam. Si se tratara de viajar por la selva, yo de ustedes me buscaba un buen guia con experiencia y conocedor del terreno y me dejaba de moderneces y charlatanerias.

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