The following narration reports the Prophet SAW denying the Jewish stance of coitus interruptus being likened to burying infants
Narrated AbuSa'id al-Khudri: A man said: Messenger of Allah, I have a slave-girl and I withdraw the penis from her (while having intercourse), and I dislike that she becomes pregnant. I intend (by intercourse) what the men intend by it. The Jews say that withdrawing the penis (azl) is burying the living girls on a small scale. He (the Prophet) said: The Jews told a lie. If Allah intends to create it, you cannot turn it away. (Sunan Abi Dawud 2171)
However one report in Sahih Muslim shows the Prophet SAW affirming it
Judama daughter of Wahb, sister of Ukkasha (Allah be pleased with her). reported: I went to Allah's Messenger (ﷺ) along with some persons and he was saying: I intended to prohibit cohabitation with the suckling women, but I considered the Greeks and Persians, and saw that they suckle their children and this thing (cohabitation) does not do any harm to them (to the suckling women). Then they asked him about 'azl, whereupon he said. That is the secret (way of) burying alive, and Ubaidullah has made this addition in the hadith transmitted by al-Muqri and that is: " When the one buried alive is asked." (Sahih Muslim 1442b)
Could this be a case of the Prophet SAW conveying his own personal view which was later divinely admonished or is there a contradiction? Obviously a hadith from Muslim holds more credence. Could the report from Abu Dawud be a mistake?