Distortion in Books by Sunni Scholars

There is an old rule when it comes to deception " You need to distort the truth when you can't defend yourself ". This is most often used by Sunni scholars when it comes to defending their beliefs. Their books have ample evidence for Shi'a Islam being the purest form of Islam and Shi'a don't even need to prove their beliefs from their own books rather they can easily prove it from Sunni books - One of the evidence for Shi'a Islam being true form of Islam. Now as Sunni scholars see the belief of their opponents being proven from their books choose a strange path to defend their beliefs ! 

DISTORTION OF THEIR BOOKS.

In this article we will give you ample examples from their books - From Past untill Now as how their scholars have used this deceptive method to defend themselves. 

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Distortion in Books by Sunni Scholars

50. Ahmad bin Hanbal distorted a narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) replaced Abu Bakr with Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) for propagation of a quranic chapter. 49. Al-Bukhari distorted a narration where a companion speaks against 'Uthman. 48. Al-Bukhari and Abu Ya'la Mosuli distorted a narration in which Asma bin Umais called Umar a Liar. 47. Ahmad bin Hanbal distorted a narration in which Ammar bin Yasir was abusing 'Uthman. 46. Muslim and Ahmad bin Hanbal distorted a narration in which Uthman bin 'Affan called Imam Ali (as) a misguided person. 45. Ibn Abi Sha'ybah distorted the narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) predicted that People will reveal their hate against Ali (as) after him death. 44. Ahmad bin Hanbal distorted a narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) predicted that People will reveal their hate against Ali (as) after his death. 43. Al-Bukhari distorted a narration in which Ibn Abbas says that Aisha had grudge of Ali (as). 42. Muslim and Khateeb Al-Baghdadi distorted a narration in which Ibn Abbas says that Aisha had grudge of Ali (as). 41. Ibn Hajr Asqalani distorted a narration in which some companions had hidden a narration of Prophet (ﷺ) about Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as). 40. Abu Ya'la Mosuli distorted a narration which depicts Abu Huraira was against Ali and his followers. 39. Al-Tabarani and Al-Bukhari distorted a narration in which it is proven that a Companion after death will go the hell. 38. Al-Bukhari distorted a narration to hide the name of Marwan whose house had pictures which was forbidden by Prophet (ﷺ). 37. Al-Tabarani and Abu Nu'aim Asfahani distorted a narration to hide the name of Mu'awiyah about who Prophet (ﷺ) had predicted that he will die outside Islam. 36. Ibn Abi Sha'ybah distorted a narration in which Mu'awiyah was seen selling Idols to people of Hind. 35. Abu Dawūd Sijastani distorted a narration in which Mu'awiyah was giving orders to haram acts. 34. Abu Dawūd Sijastani distorted a narration in which Mu'awiyah rejoiced at the death of Al-Hasan bin Ali (as). 33. Al-Tahawi distorted a narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) cursed 'Amr bin A'as. 32. Qadhi Abu Ya'la Al-Farra' distorted a narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) had cursed 'Amr bin Al-A'as. 31. Abdullah bin Ahmad bin Hanbal and Al-Bukhari distorted a narration in which Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) said that he had more right over Caliphate than Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman. 30. Abu Bakr Al-Marwadhi tried to hide the Opinion of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) about Abu Bakr and Umar after they became Caliphs. 29. Abu Ya'la Mosuli tried to hide the Opinion of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) about Abu Bakr and Umar after they became Caliphs. 28. Ahmad bin Hanbal tried to hide the Opinion of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) about Abu Bakr and Umar after they became Caliphs. 27. Al-Bukhari tried to hide the Opinion of Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) about Abu Bakr and Umar after they became Caliphs. 26. Ibn Abī Khaythama tried to hide the name of Banu Ummayah which was one of the clan most hated by Prophet (ﷺ). 25. Ahmad bin Hanbal tried to hide the name of Banu Ummayah which was one of the clan most hated by Prophet (ﷺ). 24. Ahmad bin Hanbal tried to hide the name of Hakam bin 'Aas in a narration in which Prophet (ﷺ) had curse him and his progeny ! 23. Qasim bin Salam distorted a narration in which Abu Bakr regretted attacking the house of Fatima (s). 22. Ahmad bin Hanbal distorted the narration about Umar bin Al-Khattab threatning to burn the house of Fatima (s). 21. Ibn Abdul Bar distorted the narration about Umar bin Al-Khattab threatning to burn the house of Fatima (s). 20. Distortion of a narration in which Companions of Mu'awiyah used to abuse Ali (as). 19. Distortion by Al-Bukahri of a narration in which a governer from Marwan's family was calling people to abuse Ali (as). 18. Distortion of the narration in which in presence of Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as) was abused in Kufa ! 17. Distortion of a another narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba had appointed people to abuse Ali in Kufa. 16. Distortion of a narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba had appointed people to abuse Ali in Kufa. 15. Distortion of the narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba abused Ali on pulpit ! 14. Distortion of the narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba abused Ali on pulpit ! 13. Distortion of the narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba abused Ali on pulpit ! 12. Distortion of a narration in which Mugheera Ibn Sho'uba abused Ali on pulpit ! 11. Distortion of a narration in which Mu'awiyah was abusing Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as). 10. Another distortion of the narration in which Mu'waiyah had ordered S'aad Ibn Abi Waqas to abuse Ali ! 9. Another distortion of the narration in which Mu'waiyah had ordered S'aad Ibn Abi Waqas to abuse Ali ! 8. Ahmad bin Hanbal distort a narration in which Mu'waiyah had ordered S'aad Ibn Abi Waqas to abuse Ali ! 7. Ibn Abi Sha'ybah distorted a narration in which a companion Walid bin 'Uqbah drank wine ! 6. Distortion by Ibn Abi Sha'yabah in a narration where it is mentioned that Mu'waiyah took a forbidden drink 5. Another distortion in a narration where a companion was involved in selling Wine. 4. Another distortion in above narration where a companion was involved in selling Wine. 3. Another distortion in above narration where a companion was involved in selling Wine. 2. Distortion by Al-Bukhari in a narration where a companion was involved in selling Wine. 1. Distortion of Al-Haythami in a narration where it is mentioned that Mu'waiyah took a forbidden drink

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