Quran, Hadith and Scholars
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In most of the quoted hadith, Muhammad is referred to as Allah's apostle or the messenger of Allah.
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|"Cut off their Hands" |
|"The prophet drinks wine" |
"Narrated by Gaber bin Abdullah: We were with the messenger of Allah, PBUH and he asked for a drink. One of his men said: "Oh Messenger of Allah, Can we offer you wine to drink?" He said Yes. He (Gaber) went out looking for the drink and came back with a cup of wine. The messenger (PBUH) asked:”Have you fermented it, even with one piece of ferment?” He (Gaber) said "yes" and he (Muhammad) drank." - Sahih Muslim 3753 (read more)
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Corruption of Scriptures
"[The Qur'an] speaks that both Jews and Christians altered words from their right places and had forgotten some of what God had revealed for them. This does not mean distorting, adding, and deleting of the Scriptures. Therefore, Qur'anic references to tahrif, or alteration, are more to interpretation rather than changing the texts." - Mahmoud Mustafa Ayoub