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Muhammad faced very little persecution. The worst someone did was to throw some rocks at him. Every time he got in trouble for insulting them his powerful uncle always got him out of trouble. The worst they did to him was to finally kick him out because they were sick and tired of him. They crucified Jesus. And even if you believe they failed, they still tried to.
So I have no idea what you could possibly be talking about. But Muhammad sure ended up persecuting them far more than they persecuted him in the end. He killed them. They didn't even kill Muhammad when he was weak and they could have. But when Muhammad was strong, he killed them.
" Jesus with his few disciples was free to roam and lecture. Nobody attacked him or persecuted or tortured him and his colleagues. The place was quite peaceful. He was not sent to pagans.
If he had been sent to pagans, he would have lost his head within a few days after getting baptized by John.
You cannot compare Jesus with Muhammad. Jesus and his people were docile under the Roman occupation and there were no warring Jews. Jesus lived among believers of God and yet he failed to get any recognition.
Jesus did not face even a fraction of the hardships, opposition and persecution, which Muhammad faced."
The crucifixion, which has become an article of faith in Christianity, is a hoax. You know that and I know that.
If it were true, there would have been thousands of Jewish, Canaanite, Samariatan, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Sumerian, Galilean and Roman ahaadith (tales), not just four gospels.
There is nothing.
I have already shown that had he really been dead and had he really been resurrected, the man would have come out in the open and would have shown himself to his killers.
Do you think that remaining in hiding was also part of a plan? lol!