Hadith is Shirk (Setting Partner/s with God)
The word ‘shirk’ is used consistently in the Quran to mean the act of setting partner/s with God in any of God's exclusive rights. For example, in 6:114 and 42:21 we read that God is the only source of law (hakaman), so anyone who upholds any source of law other than God’s law (Quran) is guilty of ‘shirk’:
(6:114) Shall I seek other than God as a judge when He has sent down to you the Book fully detailed?
(42:21) Or do they have ‘shurakaa’ (partners) who legislate for them religious laws which were not authorized by God? If it were not for a predetermined decision, they would have been judged immediately. Indeed the transgressors shall have a painful punishment.
In 12:106 we read how the majority of those who believe in God (which includes Muslims) are actually committing ‘shirk’.
(12:106) The majority of them who believe in God do not do so without practicing ‘shirk’ (setting partners with God).
In 4:48, God says that the act of shirk is a "great sin" and that he forgives all sins except for shirk:
(4:48) God does not forgive that partners be set up with Him, and He forgives other than that for whom He pleases. Whoever sets up partners with God has indeed invented a great sin.
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