Still parroting sunni sources without a glimpse of historical and critical overlook. Let me do it for you. We've got (if true):skynightblaze wrote:If there were early hadiths written then it goes on to confirm the fact that indeed muhammad abrogated his order of prohibition of writing of hadith.
The Sahifa of Hammam bin Munabbih: According to the book Arabic Literature at the end of Ummayad period (750). 138 hadiths of Abu Hurairah.
+ --Musannaf of Ibn Jurayj (d.782): (?) + --Musannaf of Ma`mar bin Rashid (d.785): (?)
+ The Muwatta' of Malik bin Anas: Malik bin Anas (d.795) was compiled in mid-second century AH. It is not a corpus of hadith in a true sense but a collection of practices of people of Madinah. 500 hadiths.
Only one of those so-called 'early' hadiths (which were non-authoritatives) appeared at the end of the Umayyad dynasty, all the others at the beginning of the Abbasid usurpers who were in need to justify their coup. Their very sparsity, and the fact they they weren't authoritatives, is like the exception that confirms the rule. Again, if allowed by Muhammad we should have had a deluge of sahih hadiths. That's NOT the case at all!
We do not have hadiths nearly contemporary to the prophet, like from the time of the four righteous caliphs or soon after. If Muhammad had actually permitted them they should have flocked the market by the thousands to become authoritative almost on the spot. This is not the picture we have from history. Right until after the Mutazilites, they were interdicted 'apocryphals'. They really started to flow in from ibn Hanbal.
These few books contain no more than 2000 hadiths, yet not authoritative. That's about all we got. How come then that Ibn Hanbal and Bukhari collected respectively 700,000 & 600,000 hadiths? Where and from whom did they find them? Only gullible people such as Muhammadans and our shameless snb can't see a tidal discrepancy here. The very fact that a loooonng chain of narrators was needed to qualify them as 'Sahih' indicates that they did not possess ANY first hand hadiths. This chain is -always- a one to one (ahad) chain and NEVER of the mutawatir type (corroborated by multiple sources).
This is the equivalent of reporting a saying of Jesus like this: we got it from X, who was told by T, who heard it from B, that W did witness the testimony of Matthew stating that Jesus have said ''this and that'', AND a changing line of narrators for almost everyone of his sayings!
Who would buy that? Well, Muhammadans & snb DO...