No answers to the questions raised so why not raise an adhominem attack? By the way are you qualified? Let's assume you are qualified, if you have the guts address or refute what you find is contradictory to Islamic theology. You will never be able to prove it, by the way, is my contention! And it is a valid contention based on your previous posts. "First the side-track was backbiting and now qualification." Next it would be i don't know nuggets or dunkin donuts? You are only good at making claims NOT substantiating them. You have made broad claims about science (without a qualification), then you implied that people here are adopting the scientist's understanding (Unislamic) of "contagion" which according to them is "material causes have intrinsic properties or power"and not only that, you appeared to have somewhat suggested that people here are adopting something which runs contradictory to islam. I also asked how would you prove whether the hadith in question is rejecting a correlating event or correlation when in fact it is affirming it: "...O Allah's Messenger (ﷺ)! What about the camels which, when on the sand (desert) look like deers, but when a mangy camel mixes with them they all get infected with mange?" On that Allah s Apostle said, "Then who conveyed the (mange) disease to the first (mangy) camel?" Bold is there for emphasis. I see you as someone which Imam Al Ghazali Talked about in Tahafut Al Falsifah: "Greater harm is done to religion by an immethodical helper than by an enemy whose actions, however, hostile are yet regular. For, as the proverb goes, "a wise enemy is better than an ignorant friend"."