Master list / searchable website of references for debunking Muslim claims
OP - December 21, 2012, 04:49 PM
So recently I have been creating a table of hadith references so that i can easily find stuff to debunk Muslim claims whilst minimizing the ammount of work involved.
So when a Muslim will make a claim like "Muhammad never owned slaves", instead of scouring the internet trying to find a hadith about that, I can just refer straight to my table and find the hadith I need (that says he owned slaves) and the web link to the hadith that I have saved.
Do other people have such lists? If so, how about we combine all of our lists into a single, categorised master table? Also, if there is a need, how about a searchable website of searchable hadiths, quran lines, etc. especially designed for quickly debunking Muslim claims.
These are the kinds of categories the searchable database should have:
-Sex with Slaves
-Muhammad owned slaves
-Changes to Quran / lost suras
I would not mind working on building an actual searchable website, along with a way for users to add their own entries into it (either a select set of admins, or anyone from the public, or anyone from the public but have their entries first approved by a set of admins).
But first I wanted to hear if you guys think that would be a valuable resource. Sunnah.com already has searchable hadiths, but this would be more focused on debunking specific claims, it sometimes takes a while to find exactly what you are looking for on Sunnah.com. For example, if you want to find a hadith about Muhammad owning slaves, you would have to search by the word 'slaves', but it can then take a hell of a long time to find the specific hadith you need about Muhammad owning them.
So what do you guys think? Is it worth the effort to build a site like that? Or do you think google search works fine in finding what you need quickly?