Unfortunately, there’s no word from this report or from Arab News, cited below, about which hadith is at issue, or which collection (Bukhari, Muslim, etc.). Or course, there are plenty to choose from, whether it be the ones about Aisha’s age at marriage, the murder of K’ab bin Ashraf, or the one where Aisha says, “I have not seen any woman suffering as much as the believing women” and Muhammad does not comment on the afflicted woman’s bruises. Just to name a few. “Saudi blasphemy case filed against writer – paper,” by Neeraj Gangal for ArabianBusiness.com, March 19 (thanks to KK):
Jeddah’s Summary Court is expected to look into complaints raised by a number of people against a Saudi writer for allegedly insulting Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), according to a report.
Saudi daily Arab News said that the Saudi writer had allegedly described a Hadith of the Prophet as barbaric, during a program on Al Hurra Channel, which is presented by Nadeen Al Badr.
The newspaper’s sources said that the court had sent a copy of the lawsuit filed against the man to Justice Minister Muhammad Al Eissa in order to seek his opinion on the issue.
According to Arab News, the plaintiffs have presented audio and visual evidence to prove their argument.