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According to the majority opinion, Abraham عليه السلام was not in doubt. The explanation of the hadith is that when some of the people heard the verse (2:260) they misinterpreted it and said that Abraham had doubted Allah's power while they and their prophet did not. On this the prophet Muhammad ﷺ refuted them by saying that "We have more right to be in ...


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None of the answers given so far seems satisfactory to me. As none of the answers shows a date of compilation of the copy presented as the original. An original manuscript of Sahih al-Bukhari in Andalussi or Maghrebi script is impossible First of all the one must be aware that the copy presented in the accepted answer was showing copies written in a Moroccan ...


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Asalaam alaikum As muslims we believe without any doubt in articles of faith and to believe in the revealed books are one of them. thus there should not be any question regarding the authenticity or the preservation of quran. i will try to clarify, insha Allah. Allah the exalted and glorified says in the quran, Indeed, it is We who sent down the Qur'an and ...


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Hadith was ever since transmitted orally. Why? because this is the way knowledge was spread and gathered and so was the qur'an transmitted to us until today. As long as you have not cross-checked your memorization of the qur'an by a hafidh with a sanad to the prophet you may not be a hafidh of qur'an, but a hafidh of a moshaf. In fact when it comes to hadith ...


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It is not a hadith. Al-Bukhari recorded it in his Sahih under one of the chapter headings in the book of Tawhid, but only as a educated opinion on the chapter topic rather than as a hadith from the prophet himself. Using sunnah.com's numbering scheme, you can find it in book 97, chapter 55, between hadiths #7552 and #7553 (link), but they don't tend to ...


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