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#1 Feb 21, 2013
PROOF: Mohammad did not perform a single miracle!

ANALYSIS

BUKHARI'S CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING WHICH HADITH NARRATIONS ARE NOT GENUINE:

When dealing with sahih hadith narrations, THE BURDEN OF PROOF IS ALWAYS ON THE PERSON WHO CLAIMS A CERTAIN NARRATION [OR HADITH] IS NOT AUTHENTIC AND TO PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR WHY IT IS CONSIDER NOT TO BE AUTHENTIC.

IMAM BUKHARI came up with three criteria which he used to determine whether or not a narration was sahih or not. His third criteria is mat'n, i.e. THE CONTENT OF A NARRATION MUST NOT BE IN CONTRADICTION WITH THE QUR'AN, which is important to remember for purposes of the analysis set forth below. The only exception to this rule is the narrations regarded by scholars to be Qudsi (narrations which contain non-Qur'anic words from Allah).

HADITH EVIDENCE THAT MOHAMMAD DID NOT PERFORM ANY MIRACLE:

When challenged by skeptics, the hadith record that MUHAMMAD DENIED BEING ABLE TO PERFORM ANY MIRACLES. He admitted that although other prophets before him were given the power of performing miracles, HIS ONLY [ALLEGED] MIRACLE WAS THE QUR'AN, as stated in Qur’an 9:92 as follows:
Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "There was no prophet among the prophets but was given miracles because of which people had security or had belief, but what I was given was the Divine Inspiration which Allah revealed to me. So I hope that my followers will be more than those of any other prophet on the Day of Resurrection."
(Sahih Bukhari 9:92:379)

QUR'ANIC EVIDENCE THAT MOHAMMAD DID NOT PERFORM ANY MIRACLE:

Reaffirming the previous hadith that Mohammad’s only supposed miracle is the Qur’an, in the following Qur’anic verse Muhammad is acknowledging that other prophets before him came with miracles or clear signs but still people rejected them, highlighting the futility of miracles as the proof of his [Mohammad’s] revelation:
They (also) said: "Allah took our promise not to believe in an messenger unless He showed us a sacrifice consumed by Fire (From heaven)." Say: "There came to you messengers before me, with clear Signs and even with what ye ask for: why then did ye slay them, if ye speak the truth?" if you are truthful?
(Qur'an 3:138)

When unbelievers asked Muhammad to perform a miracle so that they too could believe that he is a prophet, all they heard from Mohammad in response is:
They say: "We shall not believe in thee, until thou cause a spring to gush forth for us from the earth,
(Qur'an 17:90)
And he would reply:
Say: "Glory to my Lord! Am I aught but a man,- a messenger?"
(Qur'an 17:93)

In other words, Mohammad was unable to perform a single miracle, therefore people doubted Muhammad because they saw nothing extraordinary or miraculous in him:
And naught prevented mankind from believing when the guidance came unto them save that they said: Hath Allah sent a mortal as (His) messenger?
(Qur'an 17:94)
And they say: "What sort of a messenger is this, who eats food, and walks through the streets? Why has not an angel been sent down to him to give admonition with him? "Or (Why) has not a treasure been bestowed on him, or why has he (not) a garden for enjoyment?" The wicked say: "Ye follow none other than a man bewitched."
(Qur'an 25:7-8)

So according to Qur’an 27:7-8, the Qur’an’s only excuse as to why Mohammad could not perform a miracle is that those who do not see a miracle and therefore do not believe are automatically deemed to be wicked. Yet, Muhammad kept telling unbelievers that he is just an ordinary man, not an angel— meaning people should not expect miracles from him!

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#2 Feb 21, 2013
Also, in Qur’an 25:7-8, the Quran is confirming that Mohammad had nothing extraordinary nor did anything notable to distinguish himself apart from the rest. In an ironic twist, while the Quran states that unbelievers must be “mad”,“possessed” or wicked since they wanted to see Mohammad first perform a miracle before they would believe, the Qur’an confirm that in actuality it was Mohammad who was considered to be mad, possessed, and wicked.

According to Qur’an 17:95, during Mohammad’s lifetime, there wasn’t an angel walking about in the midst of the people, and therefore it was clear that none was sent from heaven as a messenger.
Say: Had there been in the earth angels walking about as settlers, We would certainly have sent down to them from the heaven an angel as a messenger.
(Qur'an 17:95)

According to Qur’an 25:8, the unbelievers were asking why is Mohammad poor and needs to rob the innocent and invade other tribes in order to steal their money, possessions, and women. Accordingly, since Mohammad acted as a depraved man, people viewed him as wicked—which to the ordinary person is a logical assessment.
Or (why is not) treasure thrown down unto him, or why hath he not a paradise from whence to eat? And the evil-doers say: Ye are but following a man bewitched [wicked].
(Qur'an 25:8)

Speaking of wicked Mohammad:

According to hadith, Ishaq (676), when Mohammad and his followers were confronted by Asma Bnt Marwan, a Medina poetess, who denounced them for murdering people for booty, what did Mohammad do? He had her murdered (see below hadith):
Ishaq: 676 "'You obey a stranger who encourages you to murder for booty. You are greedy men. Is there no honor among you?' Upon hearing those lines Muhammad said,'Will no one rid me of this woman?' Umayr, a zealous Muslim, decided to execute the Prophet's wishes. That very night he crept into the writer's home while she lay sleeping surrounded by her young children. There was one at her breast. Umayr removed the suckling babe and then plunged his sword into the poet. The next morning in the mosque, Muhammad, who was aware of the assassination, said,' You have helped Allah and His Apostle.' Umayr said.' She had five sons; should I feel guilty?''No,' the Prophet answered.'Killing her was as meaningless as two goats butting heads.'"
Clearly, if Mohammad had performed at least one miracle, he would have satisfied many of the unbelievers and thus, by word of mouth, many would have followed him willingly. When Mohammad was asked:
Why do you not bring to us the angels if you are of the truthful ones?
(Qur'an 15:6)

Muhammad responded:
We send not the angels down except for just cause: if they came (to the ungodly), behold! no respite would they have!“And the Unbelievers say: "Why is not a sign sent down to him from his Lord?" But thou art truly a warner, and to every people a guide.”
(Qur'an 15:7-8)

The Quraishites kept asking for a sign or a miracle to believe and Muhammad kept repeating that he was only a warner:
“And the Unbelievers say: "Why is not a sign sent down to him from his Lord?" But thou art truly a warner, and to every people a guide.”
(Qur'an 13:7)

Clear proof that Muhammad never performed any miracles is found in the following verse where it says that people rejected even those who came with miracles and clear signs, meaning miracles are not helpful:
Then if they reject thee, so were rejected messengers before thee, who came with Clear Signs, Books of dark prophecies, and the Book of Enlightenment.
(Qur'an 3:184)

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#3 Feb 21, 2013
In the above verses Muhammad has been denying any supernatural powers. If he could perform the miracles attributed to him in ahadith, what is the meaning of these Qur’anic verses?
In the following verse he clearly rejects miracles as the proof of prophethood, comparing them to witchcraft:
Their hearts toying as with trifles. The wrong-doers conceal their private counsels,(saying), "Is this (one) more than a man like yourselves? Will ye go to witchcraft with your eyes open?"
(Qur'an 2:3)

CONCLUSION

The hadith record that Muhammad denied being able to perform miracles, and an analysis of the Qur'an, clearly shows that he had repeatedly denied being able to perform miracles when confronted by critics. Therefore, as to imam BUKHARI'S third criteria used to determine whether a hadith is authentic, clearly this burden has been met, and therefore THE HADITH NARRATIONS WHICH CLAIM MOHAMMAD PERFORMED MIRACLES MUST NOT BE AUTHENTIC AND THEREFORE DISCARDED SINCE SUCH HADITH NARRATIONS CONTRADICT THE QUR’ANS CLEAR AND UNAMBIGUOUS STATEMENTS IN MULTIPLE VERSES STATING THAT MOHAMMAD DID NOT PERFORM ANY MIRACLE.

Muslims who argue that the hadith narrations regarding alleged miracles e.g., the alleged splitting of the moon, are authentic, they will have willingly rejected the Qur’an’s clear statements that Mohammad did NOT perform a single miracle.

NOTE: The overwhelming majority of information above is from the following website. I did some editing in order to try to make it easier to follow)
http://wikiislam.net/wiki/Muhammad%27s_Miracl...
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#4 Feb 22, 2013
He was nothing more than a scumbag land pirate, rapist, thief pedo and murderer, and why these idiots mistake him for a prophet is beyond all understanding.
Rabbeen Al Jihad

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#5 Feb 22, 2013
salaamz! A fullfillment of Prophecy. In 615 A.D. ALLAHs pious servant muhammad(pbuh) recieved revelation.The Sura Al-Rum. In which was stated the romans would triumph over the Persians,and muslims would triumph over the Meccan polythiests within a "bid'Un"(short time period of 3 to 9 yrs).The Al-Rum passage reveals the defeat of the Romans by the Persians in 614-615 A.D. For the next 7 years the Romans lost city after city to the Persians.In 622 A.D. the Emperor Heraclius defeats the Persians at the battle of Issus,Re-takeinf what was lost. and launching a campaign into the heart of persia.Roman victory was synchronos with the Muslim victory over the Pagans in the battle of BadR and thus fullfilling the revelations of ALLAHs most gracious servant Muhammad(pbuh). CheerZ
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#6 Feb 22, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad wrote:
salaamz! A fullfillment of Prophecy. In 615 A.D. ALLAHs pious servant muhammad(pbuh) recieved revelation.The Sura Al-Rum. In which was stated the romans would triumph over the Persians,and muslims would triumph over the Meccan polythiests within a "bid'Un"(short time period of 3 to 9 yrs).The Al-Rum passage reveals the defeat of the Romans by the Persians in 614-615 A.D. For the next 7 years the Romans lost city after city to the Persians.In 622 A.D.
LUKY GUESS!
Is this what you call a miracle?

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#7 Feb 22, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad wrote:
salaamz! A fullfillment of Prophecy. In 615 A.D. ALLAHs pious servant muhammad(pbuh) recieved revelation.The Sura Al-Rum. In which was stated the romans would triumph over the Persians,and muslims would triumph over the Meccan polythiests within a "bid'Un"(short time period of 3 to 9 yrs).The Al-Rum passage reveals the defeat of the Romans by the Persians in 614-615 A.D. For the next 7 years the Romans lost city after city to the Persians.In 622 A.D. the Emperor Heraclius defeats the Persians at the battle of Issus,Re-takeinf what was lost. and launching a campaign into the heart of persia.Roman victory was synchronos with the Muslim victory over the Pagans in the battle of BadR and thus fullfilling the revelations of ALLAHs most gracious servant Muhammad(pbuh). CheerZ
These predictions are an absolute fraud. Funny how Muslim argue that certain hadith narrations are fraudulent because they clearly prove Mohammad was a thief, rapist, pedophile, and murderer--but then will claim those things that support their views of Mohammad must be true. lol!

Lousy try!

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#8 Feb 22, 2013
Jesus is wrote:
<quoted text>
LUKY GUESS!
Is this what you call a miracle?
The prophecy is a total fraud.

REGARDING THE ROMAN CONQUEST OF PERSIA:

Quran 30:2-4, says:
"The Roman Empire has been defeated - in a land close by: But they,(even) after (this) defeat of theirs, will soon be victorious - within a few years."
While the Byzantines did become victorious over the Persians who had at first defeated them, there are fundamental problems with this alleged prophecy:

FIRST: According to Yusuf Ali the Arabic word for "a few years," Bidh'un, signifies a period of 3 to 9 years; yet according to the historical records the victory did not come until nearly 14 years later.

To this end, the Persians defeated the Byzantines and captured Jerusalem at about A.D. 614 or 615. The Byzantine counter-offensive did not begin until A.D. 622 and the victory was not complete until A.D. 628, making it a period between thirteen to fourteen years, not "a few years" alluded to in the Quran.

Renowned historian and Muslim commentator, al-Tabari, places the Roman victory in 628 A.D.(6 A.H.), right after the signing of Hudaiybiya:

According to Ibn Humayd- Salamah- Muhammad b. Ishaq- Ibn Shihab al-Zuhri-'Ubaydallah b.'Abdullah b.'Utbah b. Mas'ud-'Abdullah b.'Abbas- Abu Sufyan b. Harb, who said:
We were merchant folk. The warfare between us and the Messenger of God had prevented us from journeying, so that our wealth became depleted. After the truce between us and the Messenger of God, we feared that we might not encounter security. I set out for Syria with a group of merchants of Quraysh. Our specific destination was Gaza, and we arrived at the time of Heraclius' VICTORY over the Persians who were in his land - he expelled them and regained from them his Great Cross, which they had carried off. Having accomplished this against them and having received word that his cross had been rescued from them (he was staying at Hims), he set out from there on foot in thanksgiving to God for restoring it to him, to pray in Jerusalem. Carpets were spread out for him, and fragrant herbs were strewn on them. When he reached Jerusalem and performed his worship - with him were his military commanders and the nobles of the Romans - he arose troubled one morning, turning his gaze to the sky ...(The History of Al-Tabari: The Victory of Islam, translated by Michael Fishbein [State University of New York Press, Albany 1997], Volume VIII, pp. 100-101; bold and capital emphasis ours)
The translator's footnote reads:
436. "In 627 Heraclius invaded the Persian empire, and in December of that year won an important victory near ancient Ninevah, but had to retreat shortly afterwards. In February 628, however, the Persian emperor was assassinated, and the son who succeeded him desired peace. By about March 628 Heraclius could regard himself as victorious, but the negotiations for the evacuation of the Byzantine empire by the Persians were not completed until June 629. In September 629 Heraclius entered Constantinople AS VICTOR, and in March 630 restored the Holy Rood to Jerusalem." (Watt, Muhammad at Medina, 113-114). See also Ostrgorsky, History of the Byzantine State, 103-4.(Ibid., capital emphasis ours)
The hadith collection of al-Bukhari provides further corroboration that Abu Sufyan's visit with Heraclius occurred after the signing of Hudaiybiya:

Narrated ' Abdullah bin 'Abbas:
That Abu Sufyan bin Harb Informed him that Heraclius called him and the members of a caravan from Quraish who had gone to Sham as traders, during the truce which Allah's Apostle had concluded with Abu Sufyan and the Quraish infidels.(Sahih al-Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 53, Number 399)
Watt places Rome's complete victory at 630 A.D., fifteen to sixteen years after the so-called prophecy was given!

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#9 Feb 22, 2013
SO NOT ONLY DID THE ALLEGED PROPHECY FAIL TO PREDICT WHEN ROME'S VICTORY WOULD BE COMPLETE, IT IS ALSO LIKELY THAT THE ALLEGE PROPHECY ITSELF IS A FRAUD (See below):

The original Quranic text had no vowel marks. Thus, the Arabic word Sayaghlibuna, "they shall defeat," could easily have been rendered, with the change of two vowels, Sayughlabuna, "they (i.e. Romans) shall be defeated."

SINCE VOWEL POINTS WERE NOT ADDED UNTIL SOME TIME AFTER THE ROMAN VICTORY, This means that when vowel points were finally added that those who added the point knew the Romans were victories because the victory occurred in the past, thus undoubtedly a scribe deliberately tampered with the text, forcing it to become a prophetic statement.

THIS FACT IS SOLIDIFIED by Muslim commentator al-Baidawi. C.G. Pfander mentions Baidawi's comments on the variant readings surrounding this passage:

"But Al Baizawi shatters the whole argument of the Muslims by informing us of certain varied readings in these verses of Suratu'r Rum. He tells us that some read &#1594;&#1614;&#16 04;&#1614;&#1576;& #1614;&#1578;&#1616; instead of the usual &#1594;&#1615;&#16 04;&#1616;&#1576;& #1614;&#1578;&#1616;, and &#1587;&#1614;&#16 10;&#1615;&#1594;& #1618;&#1604;&#1614; &#1576;&#1615;&#16 08;&#1606;&#1614; instead of &#1587;&#1614;&#16 10;&#1614;&#1594;& #1618;&#1604;&#1615; &#1576;&#1615;&#16 08;&#1606;&#1614;. The rendering will then be:'The Byzantines have conquered in the nearest part of the land, and they shall be defeated in a small number of years'. If this be the correct reading, the whole story about Abu Bakr's bet with Ubai must be a fable, since Ubai was dead long before the Muslims began to defeat the Byzantines, and even long before the victories which Heraclius won over the Persians. This shows how unreliable such Traditions are. The explanation which Al Baizawi gives is, that the Byzantines became conquerors of 'the well-watered land of Syria'(&#1593;&#1604; &#1609; &#1585;&#1610;&#16 01; &#1570;&#1604;&#16 18;&#1588;&#1575;& #1605;), and that the passage predicted that the Muslims would soon overcome them. If this is the meaning, the Tradition which records the 'descent' of the verses about six years before the Hijrah must be wrong, and the passage must belong to A.H. 6 at earliest. It is clear that, as the vowel points were not used when the Qur-an was first written down in Cufic letters, no one can be certain which of the two readings is right. We have seen that there is so much uncertainty about (1) the date at which the verses were 'sent down',(2) the correct reading, and (3) the meaning, that it is quite impossible to show that the passage contains a prophecy which was fulfilled. Hence, it cannot be considered to be a proof of Muhammad's prophetic office." (C. G. Pfander, Mizan-ul-Haqq - The Balance of Truth, revised and enlarged by W. St. Clair Tisdall [Light of Life P.O. Box 18, A-9503, Villach Austria], pp. 279-280; emphasis ours)

THIS BEING THE CASE, this alleged prophecy must discarded because it not only failed to accurately predict when the Roman victory would occur, even worse, it's obvious that this text was later added to the Quran or it was tampered with in order to fraudulently assert it to be a prophecy. Yet either rendering leaves us with a false prophecy within the Quran.

IF THE QURAN IS THE WORD OF GOD, it's amazing that an alleged prophecy from God would not specify the exact time of the Roman victory, since God is all-knowing and all-wise. When God specifies a time frame as an important part of a prophecy we would expect that it be precise, not a mere guess. For God to guess that the Byzantines would win at some time within "a few years" as opposed to specifically stating it took 14 years for a complete Roman victory, this lack of accuracy is inconsistent with the belief in an Omniscient, Omnipotent Being. Hence, it is unlikely that the true God would actually make such a prophecy.

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#10 Feb 22, 2013
Interestingly, the phrase "a few years" serves to further discredit this alleged prophecy. Abu Bakr believed the term "a few years" meant that the Byzantines were going to win in three years:
"This passage refers to the defeat of the Byzantines in Syria by the Persians under Khusran Parvis.(A.D. 615 - 6 years before the Hegira). However, the defeat of the Persians should take place soon 'in a small number of years'. In the light of this prediction, Abu-Bakr undertook a bet with Ubai-ibn-Khalaf that this prediction would be fulfilled within three years, but he was corrected by Mohammed who stated that the 'small number' is between three and nine years (Al-Baizawi). Muslims tell us that the Byzantines overcame their enemies within seven years. The fact, however, is that the Byzantines defeated Persia in A.D. 628 (Al-Baizawi commentary). That was twelve years after the prediction of Mohammed. Consequently this passage does not qualify as a prophecy, particularly as the time between prophecy and fulfilment was far too short, and in addition the event was easily predictable." (Gerhard Nehls, Christians Ask Muslims [Life Challenge, SIM International; Africa, 1992], pp. 70-71)
John

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#11 Feb 22, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad wrote:
salaamz! A fullfillment of Prophecy. In 615 A.D. ALLAHs pious servant muhammad(pbuh) recieved revelation.The Sura Al-Rum. In which was stated the romans would triumph over the Persians,and muslims would triumph over the Meccan polythiests within a "bid'Un"(short time period of 3 to 9 yrs).The Al-Rum passage reveals the defeat of the Romans by the Persians in 614-615 A.D. For the next 7 years the Romans lost city after city to the Persians.In 622 A.D. the Emperor Heraclius defeats the Persians at the battle of Issus,Re-takeinf what was lost. and launching a campaign into the heart of persia.Roman victory was synchronos with the Muslim victory over the Pagans in the battle of BadR and thus fullfilling the revelations of ALLAHs most gracious servant Muhammad(pbuh). CheerZ
These events were contemporary with mad mo not future events and a hadith which is an oral tradition not written down until long after the events were over is not a prophesy.
Rabbeen Al Jihad

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#12 Feb 25, 2013
Jesus is wrote:
<quoted text>
LUKY GUESS!
Is this what you call a miracle?
Salaamz JI. LOL! Miracles happen every day,and have been since time began. One could even catagorize them into two camps.A) the everyday type that most people have a tendency to ignore and B) The exceptional or exemplary miracle that stuns all witnesses. CheerZ
Alex

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#13 Feb 25, 2013
Rabbeen Al Jihad

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#14 Feb 25, 2013
Salaamz Miracle 1) The beloved prophet Muhammad(pbuh) survived all of his enemies. Miracle 2) He was chosen to recieve and transmit to the world,the Holy-Qur'An,Mission accomplished. Miracle 3) inspite of all of the dogmatic writings portraying Him in a dark light,The truthes of His life shed a blinding light of clarion magnatude upon the decietful. Miracle 4) He made the top 5 of influential men of all time ( Time magazine ). LOL! CheerZ

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#15 Feb 25, 2013
Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "There was no prophet among the prophets but was given miracles because of which people had security or had belief, but what I was given was the Divine Inspiration which Allah revealed to me. So I hope that my followers will be more than those of any other prophet on the Day of Resurrection."

... "my (Mohammad's) followers"?

Whom do muslims follow? Allah, or Mohammad?

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#16 Feb 25, 2013
Xcaliber wrote:
PROOF: Mohammad did not perform a single miracle!
ANALYSIS
BUKHARI'S CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHING WHICH HADITH NARRATIONS ARE NOT GENUINE:
When dealing with sahih hadith narrations, THE BURDEN OF PROOF IS ALWAYS ON THE PERSON WHO CLAIMS A CERTAIN NARRATION [OR HADITH] IS NOT AUTHENTIC AND TO PROVIDE EVIDENCE FOR WHY IT IS CONSIDER NOT TO BE AUTHENTIC.
IMAM BUKHARI came up with three criteria which he used to determine whether or not a narration was sahih or not. His third criteria is mat'n, i.e. THE CONTENT OF A NARRATION MUST NOT BE IN CONTRADICTION WITH THE QUR'AN, which is important to remember for purposes of the analysis set forth below. The only exception to this rule is the narrations regarded by scholars to be Qudsi (narrations which contain non-Qur'anic words from Allah).
HADITH EVIDENCE THAT MOHAMMAD DID NOT PERFORM ANY MIRACLE:
When challenged by skeptics, the hadith record that MUHAMMAD DENIED BEING ABLE TO PERFORM ANY MIRACLES. He admitted that although other prophets before him were given the power of performing miracles, HIS ONLY [ALLEGED] MIRACLE WAS THE QUR'AN, as stated in Qur’an 9:92 as follows:
<quoted text>
(Sahih Bukhari 9:92:379)
QUR'ANIC EVIDENCE THAT MOHAMMAD DID NOT PERFORM ANY MIRACLE:
Reaffirming the previous hadith that Mohammad’s only supposed miracle is the Qur’an, in the following Qur’anic verse Muhammad is acknowledging that other prophets before him came with miracles or clear signs but still people rejected them, highlighting the futility of miracles as the proof of his [Mohammad’s] revelation:
<quoted text>
(Qur'an 3:138)
When unbelievers asked Muhammad to perform a miracle so that they too could believe that he is a prophet, all they heard from Mohammad in response is:
<quoted text>
(Qur'an 17:90)
And he would reply:
<quoted text>
(Qur'an 17:93)
In other words, Mohammad was unable to perform a single miracle, therefore people doubted Muhammad because they saw nothing extraordinary or miraculous in him:
<quoted text>
(Qur'an 17:94)
<quoted text>
(Qur'an 25:7-8)
So according to Qur’an 27:7-8, the Qur’an’s only excuse as to why Mohammad could not perform a miracle is that those who do not see a miracle and therefore do not believe are automatically deemed to be wicked. Yet, Muhammad kept telling unbelievers that he is just an ordinary man, not an angel— meaning people should not expect miracles from him!
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Read the holy koran

Muhammad split the moon

Muhammad got up to the heaven and met God,then back to earth that was over one night

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#17 Feb 25, 2013
Joe DeCaro wrote:
Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "There was no prophet among the prophets but was given miracles because of which people had security or had belief, but what I was given was the Divine Inspiration which Allah revealed to me. So I hope that my followers will be more than those of any other prophet on the Day of Resurrection."
... "my (Mohammad's) followers"?
Whom do muslims follow? Allah, or Mohammad?
Mohamed has more followers than anyone else now

Your christianity already defeated .....Most christians are atheists now

In coming years" churches will be dead empty"
MISS I LOVE ISLAM

Nairobi, Kenya

#18 Feb 25, 2013
To all you people who misunderstand the hadith and the qur'aan: MAY ALLAH GUIDE YOU AALLLLLL!!!!!!!!!(Bunch of losers.)
MISS I LOVE ISLAM

Nairobi, Kenya

#19 Feb 25, 2013
OPEN YOUR EYES PLEEAAASSSEEE!!!!!!!!!!

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#20 Feb 25, 2013
Egyptian_lad wrote:
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Mohamed has more followers than anyone else now
Your christianity already defeated .....Most christians are atheists now
In coming years" churches will be dead empty"
Islam is on the declind in Africa and Asia. Islam will decline even more as more and more muslims gain access to koranic translations into their own language.
Islam is it's own worst enemy!

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