You wrote: “Bukhari put in book form what the muslims were doing so was not bringing about a new version of Islam, it had already been changed….”
No, Bukhari did not write “what the muslims were doing,” rather he wrote what some Muslims were stating to be prophetic traditions.
Since you already know that “it had already been changed,” please bring in some evidence to show when and how it had changed? Who conspired with whom to do it? What is your evidence that it had already been changed?
You wrote: “Also, Bukhari does not have the complete details of the namaz ritual, neither the Quran, so what are you saying where they come from?”
You stated above, (i) Bukhari wrote what Muslims were doing, (ii) it had already been changed. Don’t you think if (i) and (ii) are correct, then Bukhari must have had all the details related to the Nimaz ritual at that time? Should you not ask why Bukhari did not have all the details, despite Muslims doing ritual salat (though changed as you claim) back then and Bukhari writing about it?
You may want to take Bukhari’s details (few as you claim they are), compare and contrast them with what people are doing today in their prayers? If you find major differences in the written record of Bukhari and today’s practices, then perhaps you have a case to begin with, else you have no ground to state “it had already been changed.”
“neither the Quran” statement is interesting. In Quran, God makes Salat mandatory at fixed times for Muslims. He orders this nearly 7 dozen times, yet God forgets to tell His messenger what is Salat and how he is supposed to do it? Is that the claim?
When we go forward with this discussion, we will see what mandated Salat.
You wrote: “Basic words sujood etc in the Quran do not prove the namaz that is done even if we accept the physical application of the words…”
Who said Sujood is proving the nimaz? Show me how Sujood done in Nimaz is different than the “physical” sujood mentioned in Quran?
You wrote: “Parwez, repeated numerous times before, says do the following of Allah's commands, get the results of these actions, and then you may bow down physically to express yourself towards the Creator. The first thing is lacking in the namaz.”
First, where is this “and then you may bow down physically….” in Parwez’s writings? Please bring in the evidence from his writings.
Second, should Parwez’s writings, awesome as they are, be the criterion or the book of Allah to conclude something? God states, so to speak, put the horses in front of the cart, you state it otherwise? When God says, Salat is for His remembrance, you disagree with it and bring your own purpose. Are you following God’s verses or your desires?
You wrote: “Have you seen any army stop fighting and start praying during a battle? Have you seen any army give up because it is raining?”
These are irrelevant questions and based on ignorance at your part. Did you even read the relevant verses? For God sake, read these verses to educate yourself. Here is one relevant verse.
[4:102]: And when you are among them and lead them in prayer, let a group of them stand [in prayer] with you and let them carry their arms. And when they have prostrated, let them be [in position] behind you and have the other group come forward which has not [yet] prayed and let them pray with you, taking precaution and carrying their arms. Those who disbelieve wish that you would neglect your weapons and your baggage so they could come down upon you in one [single] attack. But there is no blame upon you, if you are troubled by rain or are ill, for putting down your arms, but take precaution. Indeed, Allah has prepared for the disbelievers a humiliating punishment.
Where in 4:102 God asking them to “stop fighting and start praying” as you claim? Where in [4:102] God asking them to “give up” when raining? No where. You are bringing your ignorance and projecting it back to the verses of God.
You wrote: “If Parwez means they did, then he was wrong on this and it makes no sense.”
Yes, it makes no sense to those who disregard God’s clear (Mubeen) verses and run with their pre-conceived notions. Parwez did not say what you stated above.
You wrote: “If he meant that a portion of the army receives instructions, commands, during the battle then he was right…”
Yes, this makes sense to you because your preconceived notions can be re-confirmed via this mistranslation of Salat. Again, clear, direct, precise, Mubeen, and muhkamat verses of God are being distorted to fit your worldview of what it should be not what it is.
You wrote: “If he meant that when you are in new lands it is not always appropriate to spread your message, those opposed to you may take notice, so under these circumstances [rain= problem times], then relax, step back and re-think what you are doing.”
LoL. Are you advocating “deception?” It certainly looks like that.
“Rain= problem times”, LoLX10. You think God’s vocabulary is poorer than the fifth grader, He meant “problem times” but wrote maṭarin = rain? And it fell on Jawaid to correct God’s error in His sublime book. I am amazed.