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Posted At: Reply Member 10/27/05 6:11 pm
Now comes my proofs that Muhammad is a false prophet and it will come from the Qur'an/quran/koran and other Islamic sources. I will not use the bible which has references to Islam and has been quiet right in its description. No, I will use the Koran to show that Muhammad himself stated he was a false prophet. First lets get one thing straight. The definition of God. Is God evil, bad, killer, sexually immoral, deceiver, liar, and do every despicable thing? No, God is merciful, truthful, pure meaning no sexual immorality, and the embodiment of goodness in all things. Secondly, God demands strict obedience and he is jealous as to Him being the one and only and perfect in all things. Now that is straight here is the proofs from the false Prophet himself! Sura 53:19 says 'Have you considered al Lat and al-Uzza and Manat the third other?' This passage was originally followed by the words 'Verily they are the exalted maidens and their intercession is to be hoped for'. translated from writings of Ibn Hisham in 668CE. Only later was the satanic verses removed as they showed the prophet being truly a false prophet. the Qurash tribe to which Muhammad belonged quoted the full context of the verse above as they circled the Ka'aba while worshiping these three principle goddess of pre-Islamic temple in Mecca. The ka'aba by the way is still there and it still houses the stone of the old pagans and muslims still practice the old pagan practice and circle the stone as their pagan forefathers did and still chanting the old pagan satanic verses their so called prophet gave them. Its no wonder Muhammad was so perverted and no wonder he was accused of delivering the satanic verses. This error caused 1/2 of his followers to leave him. True prophets don't make those kinds of blunders. Why did Muhammad continue to allow the pagan rite to
continue? The onle change he brought to the practice was to destroy the statue of Allah which was on the temple of the Stone. A foot note: Muhammad's father was Abd-Allah. His name means Slave of Allah and was a priest to the old pagan religion in Mecca and attended the rites of the Statued temple which has changed little since 610CE save gold and wealthy gildings. Taken from life of Muhammad written by Ibn Hisham chapter 1 page 2. To which Muhammad stated to stop the loss of his followers stated according to 'Sirat'ul Rasool' as revised by Ibn Hisham, (vs. 239), and Tabari pp. 1 192 that the jin /Angel Gabriel ( there is two references here in some older texts as to wether Gabriel was an angel or a jin) told Muhammad that he never told him to utter the satanic verses. Again, A true prophet would not make the mistake of listening to evil and an enemy of God because he would have known God and his messengers or he could not be a prophet at all. For if Muhammad could not tell who told him what to say was or was not from God, then the whole of the Koran is made invalid as you could not trust it to be from God because Muhammad is unreliable to give you what God had said because Muhammad could not tell good from evil. Muhammad claims God is not perfect and can not know what he wants. Only a false Prophet would make a claim that God is not perfect. Sura 2:100 And for whatever verse We abrogate or cast into oblivion, We bring a better or the like of it; knowest thou not that God is powerful over everything?" Why would God need to change his rules for Man kind or for Himself for that mater? God would not. As God would have given the perfect command as to how man should be. Muhammad changed the rules for his own pleasure as part of a justification for his evil desires. For God is perfect and all his requests are prefect and lasting. If God needs to change his commands because they are imperfect, that would mean God is imperfect in his administration of Mankind. Muhammad the rapists of his daughter the most revealing of a false prophet is the sexual immorality. Sura 36. It is not fitting for a Believer, man or woman, when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger to have any option about their decision: if any one disobeys Allah and His Messenger, he is indeed on a clearly wrong Path.
37. Behold! Thou didst say to one who had received the grace of Allah and thy favour: "Retain thou (in wedlock) thy wife, and fear Allah." But thou didst hide in thy heart that which Allah was about to make manifest: thou didst fear the people, but it is more fitting that thou shouldst fear Allah. Then when Zaid had dissolved (his marriage) with her, with the necessary (formality), We joined her in marriage to thee: in order that (in future) there may be no difficulty to the Believers in (the matter of) marriage with the wives of their adopted sons, when the latter have dissolved with the necessary (formality) (their marriage) with them. And Allah.s command must be fulfilled. Verse 37 clearly states that Muhammad had known Zainab and had lusted after her and had taken her to which Muhammad claimed was Allah's will to take his daughter to wife. True that Zainab was adopted but that should not have been allowed as it states that if Allah wills it you can engage in incest. Sunna states that it was not incest because Allah allowed it. Why would God give one set of rules for Muhammad and another for the rest of men. Answer: He would not. Under the laws which Muhammad had established at the time, he was facing death for the crime of incest. So to protect his life he said Allah had chosen his daughter to be his wife. My question on this is simple: If Allah had wanted Zainab to be Muhammad's wife why did God allow her to marry Muhammad's son Zaid? Why would God allow the possibility of future sexual immorality which brings a curse of genetic problems of health and high mortality rates to children? A just and merciful God would not do that. If God was merciful he would have shown mercy to Zaid who was married to the most beautiful woman of the land according to Ibn Hisham. Was it God or was it lust for this reason? Remember that God is perfect and God can not change what he is as to change would mean he was not perfect in the first place. God always prefect and consistent. Only Muhammad with his base lusts and made insane by the amount of power he had would dare to break the laws he had already set claiming the perfect Allah is changeable to the desires of the prophet. I think it was supposed to be the other way around as Muhammad taught everyone else to change into what Allah had commanded.
Why is there a two sets of rules? Simple Muhammad was not a prophet of God but saw himself as God and as untouchable and above the laws as God. Muhammad forget the number one rule of prophets. To be the example to the people he was called to. Muhammad failed. In fact, Muhammad admitted that no one not even himself could know if they will ever be in heaven. What a statement from a true prophet! So if Muhammad didn't know if he or if anyone who follows his teaching , what does that say to the security of teh God he served? What a horrible existence to not know if you will be in heaven or hell and only way to find out is after you die? What a shock to die and enter the gates of hell because you were lead by an man who can be proven historically, scientifically and morally, and from his own mouth as a liar, murder, rapists, pedophile and a basic thief. Think carefully and read the truths. They are what they are. I do not say that the Koran is totally false. That would be a lie. It has truths. However, it also has many basic lies and littered with errors which no true God could ever allow. I will bring dozens of proofs which Imans, ayatollahs and mullahs could not dispute the truth of their existence. Muhammad out of his own mouth proves for anyone to see that he is and was a false prophet and a man who fooled those who followed him. Read and know the truth. Islam is damned by history, science and truth. The question is what will you do.
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