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    As the title says...
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    By Quranist do you mean a Hafiz?
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    (Original post by MiszShortee786)
    By Quranist do you mean a Hafiz?
    Nope.. I mean someone who only accepts the Quran as a source of revelation and not the Sunnah
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    Oh right JazakAllah Khairan for the explanation however that dosent make any sense to me sorry.
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    So.. how do you know how to pray and do things such as wudu???

    Also why do you reject sunnah?
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    What's your favourite type of camel?
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    What religion are you?
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
    What's your favourite type of camel?
    The camel does not appear in the Holy Quraan therefore you're questioned is flawed.
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    (Original post by MiszShortee786)
    The camel does not appear in the Holy Quraan therefore you're questioned is flawed.
    There is the story of Prophet Salih (as) which includes a camel.
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    how do you interpret the following verses in the qur'an then, or do you selectively choose to ignore the following verses:

    (interpretation of the meaning): “He who obeys the Messenger has indeed obeyed Allaah . . .” [al-Nisaa’ 4:80]

    god described obedience to the prophet (peace be upon him) as being a part of obedience to Him. then he made a connection between obedience to him and obedience to the prophet (peace be upon him):

    “O you who believe! Obey Allah and obey the Messenger.” [al-Nisaa’ 4:59]

    following on god warns muslims not to go against the prophet (peace be upon him), and states that whoever disobeys him will be doomed to eternal Hell.

    “. . . And let those who oppose the Messenger’scommandment beware, lest some fitnah (trial, affliction, etc.) befall them or apainful torment be inflicted on them.” [al-Nur 24:63]

    and for those things not mentioned in the qur'an he clearly states to refer all disputes to muhammad (peace be upon him):

    “. . . (And) if you differ in anything amongst yourselves, refer it to Allaah and His Messenger . . .” [al-Nisaa’ 4:59]

    just curious
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    (Original post by Poetic_Innocence)
    As the title says...
    Lahawla walaquwwata illa billa
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    (Original post by SuperHuman98)
    So.. how do you know how to pray and do things such as wudu???

    Also why do you reject sunnah?
    I pray like most Muslim's pray. The Qur'an outlines these. Hadith's add little nuances that I may do if I'm praying with a group in a masjid (e.g. saying asalam alaikum to your left and right at the end of a prayer)
    But if i'm praying alone, it's not necessary, and I don't do that.

    The Qur'an tells us how to do wudu.

    I reject the Sunnah because collectively, they're unreliable sources. Most of them are based on hearsay. And, because a lot of it is cultural commentary passed off as religious. (E.g. eating with left hand is bad) If one "sahih" source does that, then the lot of it can't be trusted.
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
    What's your favourite type of camel?
    Unfortunately I'm not familiar with camel breeds.
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    (Original post by UWS)
    What religion are you?
    A Muslim
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    (Original post by JohnGreek)
    What's your favourite type of camel?
    I quite like camel toe
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    (Original post by Poetic_Innocence)
    I pray like most Muslim's pray. The Qur'an outlines these. Hadith's add little nuances that I may do if I'm praying with a group in a masjid (e.g. saying asalam alaikum to your left and right at the end of a prayer)
    But if i'm praying alone, it's not necessary, and I don't do that.

    The Qur'an tells us how to do wudu.

    I reject the Sunnah because collectively, they're unreliable sources. Most of them are based on hearsay. And, because a lot of it is cultural commentary passed off as religious. (E.g. eating with left hand is bad) If one "sahih" source does that, then the lot of it can't be trusted.
    Okay, you say how "most muslims pray" but don't the different sects have different ways of praying or am i wrong?

    And oh yeah I just searched it and the Quran does outline wudu. The idea of rejecting sunnah seems weird to be honest, it seems like you are missing out a chunk of the religion. You say it can't be trusted but Sunnah instructs you to do good things and even things like left hand right hand isn't that for hygiene. And the experts/scholars agree on it, what makes your opinion so different to theirs? Sorry if my questions seem stupid

    Also what are your views on homosexuality and abortion?
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    (Original post by Poetic_Innocence)
    I pray like most Muslim's pray. The Qur'an outlines these. Hadith's add little nuances that I may do if I'm praying with a group in a masjid (e.g. saying asalam alaikum to your left and right at the end of a prayer)
    But if i'm praying alone, it's not necessary, and I don't do that.

    The Qur'an tells us how to do wudu.

    I reject the Sunnah because collectively, they're unreliable sources. Most of them are based on hearsay. And, because a lot of it is cultural commentary passed off as religious. (E.g. eating with left hand is bad) If one "sahih" source does that, then the lot of it can't be trusted.
    In an authentic hadeeth it is narrated by our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Sallahu Alayhi Waslaam) that those who reject from my sunnah is not from my tribe.

    Just incase you have not 'researched' upon this hadeeth yet?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    I quite like camel toe
    :rofl: That's such a haraam comment for this thread y'know! :rofl:
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    (Original post by Poetic_Innocence)
    Nope.. I mean someone who only accepts the Quran as a source of revelation and not the Sunnah
    How do you interpret the Qur'an?
    Where does it tell you how to pray or do Wudhu in the Qur'an?
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    :rofl: That's such a haraam comment for this thread y'know! :rofl:
 
 
 
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