- Mar 17, 2007
That's a good one, dude your like a spokesman to Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affaits to Anandtech Forums or something...ask them hell they might even say yes heheOriginally posted by: palehorse74
I'm not a Zionist. In fact, I personally believe all organized religion is ridiculous.
What makes you think that I'm a Zionist?
Oh and silly palehorse Zionism is not a religion....
Fix the Hadith mess? I am sure you have been very concerned about this issue, but please explain to me what the problem is from your POV oh great Sheikh pale face I am all ears to your wisdom.......I, for one, hope that genuinely moderate Muslims are more willing to listen to Turkey's good ideas than the appropriately named Mr. DarkThinker here...
Isnaad has never gone far enough, and its use is much too subjective in nature to EVER fix the Hadith mess.
, and the article in the OP, have done a fantastic job describing all of the problems inherent in the Hadiths, and the silly in which they were derived and perpetuated throughout the centuries.
They are a large part of the reason many fanatical Muslim sects are stuck in the 7th century -- so-called "fundamentalists" often refer to the most extreme Hadiths as the justification for much of their hatred and hostilities.
Any group of Muslims willing to take the risk of confronting that mess gets a big :thumbsup: from me! Anyone who resists such moderation and modernization? Well, they become suspect...
Oh I see, so those who resist the new push of ideology become some new type of terrorists? OR maybe mental insurgents?
Also, Haddiths of an extreme nature usually if not always have a very weak to NO Isnaad indicating something fishy to begin with. As I have seen many times before. It's only whatever group that adopts such haddiths fault for not taking it's Isnaad into consideration and consulting Scholars with solid background in Haddith examining.
BTW Isnaad is never to be taken as an absolute indicator and God knows best, but it's just a good indicator of truth not a guaranteeing and necessary factor.