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Christian Inconsistency when it comes to Prophecy of Prophet Muhammad in The Bible (Isaiah 29:12):
By ‘Ali Muhammad As-Sallabee

As soon as the Muslims, under the leadership of the Prophet, achieved a sense of stability in Al-Madeenah, they had to prepare for a long and hard struggle against both the Quraish and other enemies. The leaders of the Quraish were not satisfied with persecuting Muslims within Makkah; they also didn’t want Muslims to establish a presence and to become strong outside of Makkah. Quraish’ s leaders feared that if Islam spread throughout Arabia, it would mean an end to their rule in Makkah, an end to the tribal system of law that dominated Arabia, an end to their religion and to the customs of their forefathers. In short, they knew that, if Islam gained a strong foothold in Al-Madeenah, somewhere down the road Muslims would set their sights on Makkah.

We have hitherto discussed the many attempts the Quraish made to prevent the Prophet from even reaching Al-Madeenah, and as soon as he arrived there, they made it amply clear that they were as much the enemies of those who harboured the Prophet – the native inhabitants of Al-Madeenah – as they were enemies of the Prophet himself.

One incident that clearly establishes their attitude towards Al- Madeenah’ s inhabitants involves Sa’d ibn Mu’aadh one of the leaders of the Ansaar. Prior to the advent of Islam, Sa’d ibn Mu’aadh was a friend of Ummayyah ibn Khalaf, one of Makkah’s chieftains. Whenever Ummayyah visited Al- Madeenah, he stayed there as a guest of Sa’d and vice-versa. Their cordial friendship continued until the early days of Islam. For when the Messenger of Allah arrived in Al-Madeenah, Sa’d set out towards Makkah, with the intention to perform ‘Umrah (the lesser pilgrimage); once he arrived there, he stayed in the house of Umayyah ibn Khalaf. Sa’d & said to Umayyah, “See if you can find a time when (the Masjid) is empty, so that I might perhaps make Tawaf around the House (i.e., the Ka’bah).” Umayyah took him out during the middle of the day, and they were met on the way by Abu Jahl, who said, “O Abu Safwaan (i.e., Umayyah), who is this with you?” He said, “This is Sa’d" Abu Jahl said to Sa’d

“How is it that I see you walking around Makkah in safety, when you have granted refuge to those that have changed their religion! You claim that you will support and help them. Lo! By Allah, had it not been for the fact that you are with Abu Safwaan, you would not have safely returned to your family.”

Raising his voice, Sa’d responded, “By Allah, if you prevent me from this (from performing pilgrimage here in Makkah), I will prevent you from that which you will find even more severe upon you than that: Your road through Al-Madeenah (i.e., I will prevent you from passing through Al-Madeenah on your way to doing business in Ash-Sham)” According to the narration of Al-Baihaqee, Sa’d responded to Abu Jahl’s threat with the following words: “By Allah, if you prevent me from performing circuits around the Ka’bah, I will cut off your trade (routes) to Ash-Sham (Syria and surrounding regions).” This narration proves that Abu Jahl considered Sa’d ibn Mu’aadh to be an enemy of the Quraish, for he made it amply clear that had he not arrived in Makkah under the protection of a Makkan chieftain, he would have been killed. Abu Jahl was announcing a policy shift regarding how Makkah’s chieftains treated the people of Al-Madeenah; for prior to the establishment of a Muslim country in Al-Madeenah, no native of Al-Madeenah needed a guarantee of protection in order to enter Makkah. Quite the opposite, the leaders of the Quraish loathed even the idea of there being any hostility between them and the people of Al-Madeenah, since they depended on cordial relations with them in order to safely traverse their lands on their way to doing business in Ash-Sham, which they relied on for their livelihood. In fact, the leaders of the Quraish were known to have said, “By Allah, we do not detest fighting any Arab people as much as we detest (the idea of) fighting you (i.e., the people of Al-Madeenah) .” This story also proves that, until Abu Jahl showed open hostility to the people of Al-Madeenah, Makkan trading caravans would travel safely through Al-Madeenah on their way to Ash-Sham. The newly-formed Muslim country made no attempts to stop them from passing through, which means that they didn’t initially treat them as enemies, overtake any of their caravans, or place any economic embargo upon them. Therefore, it was the leaders of the Quraish who first declared war on the people of Al-Madeenah, and not the other way around. They treated Muslims as enemies of war, forbidding them entry into Makkah, unless they entered under the protection of a Makkan chieftain. But that was not the only incident which proves that the Quraish were the first to declare war.

On another occasion, but still only shortly after the Prophet arrived in Al-Madeenah, the Quraish tried to incite a civil war in Al-Madeenah. ‘Abdur-Rahmaan ibn Ka’ab ibn Maalik related from one of the Prophet’s Companions & that the disbelievers of the Quraish wrote a letter to ‘Abdullah ibn Ubai and other members of the Aus and Khazraj tribes that still worshipped idols. This occurred when ibn Ubai and others like him still professed their polytheistic beliefs, for a short while later those among this group that didn’t sincerely embrace Islam, professed to embrace Islam while still harbouring disbelief in their hearts; hence they became known as “the Hypocrites.” In their letter, which was sent prior to the Battle of Badr, Quraish’ s leaders wrote the following message:

“You have indeed granted refuge to our companion (i.e., the Prophet), and we indeed swear by Allah that you will fight him and expel him (from Al-Madeenah) or we will all come to you (with a large army), until we fight those among you who fight, and take captive (as slaves) your women.”

‘Abdullah ibn Ubai and his fellow polytheists then gathered all the men they could find in order to fight the Prophet. When news of their intentions reached the Prophet, he went to them and said, ” Quraish’ s threat has had a profound effect upon you, but (know this): what they have planned for you (in terms of them coming to fight you) is not greater than the plotting that you are doing against your own selves (i.e., by fighting Muslims, among whom are your own relatives), for you want to fight your children and your brothers!” When they heard this from the Prophet they dispersed, abandoning the idea of fighting the Prophet and his Companions

Here is a wonderful example of what a great leader and teacher the Prophet was, in terms of how he was able to bring an end to an incipient rebellion in its very early stages. He reached with his words the very depths of their hearts, for hewas appealing to that which they valued most: tribal and familial loyalty. He wanted to make them understand the shame involved in the internecine fighting that they wanted to instigate. After the Quraish declared war – both in speech and in action – on the Islamic country of Al-Madeenah, and after they stole all of the wealth that Makkah’s Muslims left behind once they migrated to Al-Madeenah, Allah permitted Muslims to fight. It was only natural, considering the open hostility that the Quraish showed, for Muslims to do what was necessary to both ensure the stability of Al-Madeenah and to take decisive action against the Quraish.
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« Last post by Mustafa on February 27, 2019, 03:00:58 PM »

“He who believes in me, as the scripture has said, ‘Out of his heart shall flow rivers of living water.'” (John 7:28)

An open challenge to Christians and Jews from any part of the world to show where such saying can be found in the modern day Tanack?

Thus, don’t you dare say where is the name of Prophet Muhammed Pbuh in the bible as found in the Quran.  You guys can't even show us a oneline sentence which was uttered by your Jesus who claimed it was mentioned in the very scripture’s you guys say was persevered and not corrupted, so where is it?

Second point

He said to them, "This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms." Then he opened their minds to understand the Scriptures, And said unto them, Thus it is written, and thus it behoved Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day: (Luke 24:44-46)


Please show us from the "Law of Moses" where this fulfilment is mentioned and where it says, "Christ to suffer, and to rise from the dead the third day". Just provide us with the chapter and verse from the Torah. we'll get to the other scriptures later, for now let's stick to the "Law of Moses" and see how truthful your man-god really was.

please provide us with clear-cut; explicit verse, not any text where you have to decipher it. this shouldn't be difficult since Jesus "opened the minds" of his followers to understand the OT scriptures, the question is which ones?

Then he opened their minds so they could understand the Scriptures. (Luke 24:45)

you Christians claim the "holy ghost" is guiding you and helps you understand scriptures, so then this would be a piece of cake for you to show us, right?

Third point

Women should remain silent in the churches. They are not allowed to speak, but must be in submission, as the law says. (1 Corinthians 14:34)

Question: what law says women should remain silent in churches? In what book of the Pentateuch put of the 613 laws do we find this law? Do you see where we are getting at. Christians need to stop embarrassing themselves by asking us where the name of Prophet Muhammed Pbuh is found in the Bible when they can't even show us the saying uttered by Jesus within the scriptures.

Now coming to the verse from the Quran mentioning Prophet Muhammed Pbuh.

Those who follow the Messenger, the unlettered prophet, whom they find written in what they have of the Torah and the Gospel, who enjoins upon them what is right and forbids them what is wrong and makes lawful for them the good things and prohibits for them the evil and relieves them of their burden and the shackles which were upon them. So they who have believed in him, honored him, supported him and followed the light which was sent down with him - it is those who will be the successful. (Surah 7:157)

Notice how Christians try to add their own twist to the text. What they did to their scriptures, Christians are trying to do it on ours, but instead they fail. The verse says "Those who follow the apostle, the unlettered Prophet, whom they find mentioned in their own (scriptures)"

"whom they find written"  the Arabic word used is (maktūban written). The verse does not say you will find his "name" in the bible, rather written about him, i.e. description. Muslims throughout time have given multiple descriptions of Prophet Muhammed Pbuh from the Bible, which Christians reject. Again, Christians were chasing something which wasn't even mentioned, this shows how deluded these Christians are.

So, before Christians jump on Muslims asking us to show the "name" of Prophet Muhammed Pbuh in the Bible, maybe they should first look for the saying of the Jesus which apparently was quoted from the Torah.

See if you guys can hack that!
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As'slamau Alaikum dear brother TruthExposer777,

Jazaka Allah Khayr for the links and the hard work.  I will insha'Allah download the videos and store them safely and give links to them in case they vanish.  Keep up the good work, akhi, and please continue to provide links that refute CP.  He is too overrated.

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« Last post by QuranSearchCom on February 26, 2019, 06:48:55 AM »
As'salamu Alaikum dear brother Mustafa,

Welcome aboard and Jazaka Allah Khayr for the posts about the Oral Torah.  I will insha'Allah investigate your points and do my research and update the website's articles about which book is the people of the Book's.  We know that Allah Almighty inherited the Book given to Moses, peace be upon him, to the people of Israel as their official Book:

Take care,
Osama Abdallah
As'slamau Alaikum dear brother TruthExposer777,

Jazaka Allah Khayr for the links and the hard work.  I will insha'Allah download the videos and store them safely and give links to them in case they vanish.  Keep up the good work, akhi, and please continue to provide links that refute CP.  He is too overrated.

Take care,
Osama Abdallah
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