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That appears to contradict you.
Too shallow brother. Way way too shallow. And it does not contradict what I said. Just that, it's not deep enough to understand Sahih/Sarih. No way.
I'm saying that that is how I see it.
I'm not saying that the majority of classical scholars would agree.
I never said anything about a majority Muhammad.
Well, there are many sahih hadiths about the return of Jesus AS.
Jabir ibn Abdullah reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Jesus the son of Mary, peace and blessings be upon him, will descend and the Muslim leader will say: Come lead us in prayer. Jesus will say: No, some of you are leaders over others, as Allah has honored this nation.”
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If you question all sahih hadiths that mention the return of Jesus, I would presume that you reject many other hadiths,
unlike the majority of so-called sunni Muslims [orthodox] that I've come across.
1. Can you tell me if there is a thadhlees in this narration?
2. Think about the Qur'an not mentioning anything about such an important eschatological event like Jesus himself coming back?