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I found this website known as e-bacaan.com where a user named jonny_k wrote a 3 part article arguing about how the Hadith Books that both the Ahlus Sunnah and The Shias have are plagiarisms from the Christian Bible. This user even went so far to discredit the Shia concept of The Ahlul Bayt from Part 3 of his . http://www.e-bacaan.com/artikeli_plagiarized1.htm http://www.e-bacaan.com/artikeli_plagiarized2.htm http://www.e-bacaan.com/artikeli_plagiarized3.htm There are 3 parts to this user's article rebuking the legitimacy of hadiths from both the Ahlus Sunnah and The Shias being plagiarism of the Christian Bible. I found it to be quite an interesting piece that I think it's worth sharing just so a discussion can ensue from this and see if anyone can debunk this article. Me personally when skimming through this piece, this user is really living too hard on fringe theories on top of coming across way too Quranist with his stance when explaining his perspectives. Next thing he'll tell me Japanese are of Jewish descent (aka The Japanese-Jewish common ancestry theory) which is a real fringe theory by the way for those of you wondering. To quote the purpose of the e-bacaan website here is there About Us section translated into English under Google Translate: One God One Book One People Reading , or Qur'an in Arabic, is a book of translation of the Qur'an that is written honestly, by translating each word as it is understood in the Arabic dictionary, lexicon or concordance, and without the influence of any interpretation teaching (opinions) of Sunni and Shia scholars. In addition to Reading , this page displays the writings of its author and other writers, who agree or otherwise, in addition to some interesting columns as noted in the Contents. All of them are provided so that the surfers can be stimulated to read the Qur'an by understanding its content. Even so, do not read the writings on this website to deny or blame them, or believe them, but read them according to the real purpose they were written, which is only for consideration. If you feel unhappy with writing based on the teachings of the Qur'an, which may be found to be contrary to the teachings of some of your scholars, then just leave this page. There is no need to write or act to criticize, insult or betray because such actions only harm yourself. Allah's Word, " Indeed We know that it saddens you, what they say; however, it is not you they are denying, but the wrongdoers, it is the verses of God that they are denying." (6:33) This website will be updated from time to time. Please come again. Thank you. Write to Site Manager Launch Date: Monday, April 1, 2002 - 18 Muharram 1423
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