Hisham Sufyan is an internet apologist who describes himself as a "knight of Allah":
He's been trying to convince me that Islam is true by claiming that the Qur'an has been perfectly preserved and that it contains no errors. When I pointed out that, according to his own sources, entire chapters of the Qur'an were lost (along with lengthy passages and individual verses), he argued that Allah had sent jinn to destroy these portions of the Qur'an because they had been corrupted!
His response to obvious scientific errors in the Qur'an was just as interesting. After I showed that, according to the Qur'an, the sun sets in a muddy pool (18:86) and the earth is flat (88:17-20), he defended the Qur'an:
While it's refreshing to see a Muslim taking these Qur'an verses seriously and defending their accuracy (rather than radically reinterpreting their obvious meaning), we can only chuckle at the attempt to convince us that the sun sets in a muddy pool and that the earth was originally flat. Welcome to Islam, folks!
Amed Ma is apparently embarrassed by what his prophet says about the setting of the sun, so he's attacking the hadith in which Muhammad claims that the sun sets in a pool. According to Amed, the hadith is weak. I've asked him to name his hadith scholars who claim that the hadith is weak, but he resorted to personal attacks instead. Meanwhile, here's the hadith in the Darussalam edition of Sahih al-Bukhari. Notice that the hadith scholars classify the hadith as sahih. Better luck next time, Amed Ma!