Sunday, January 17, 2010

Is the Quran as the words of men or from a bewitched man???

Narrated Aisha:

Once the Prophet was bewitched so that he began to imagine that he had done a thing which in fact he had not done. (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 4, Book 53, Number 400)



I have strong evidence against the Quran as the words of men or from a bewitched man who said things which cannot be proved correct in reality.

Quran exists around 1400 years.

Gospel exists around 2000 years.

Book of Moses exists over 4000 years.

Quran claims Book of Abraham exists and that Scripture of Ishmael also exists as he was a prophet. Where is the truth when the Book of Ishmael is no where to be found in the whole world???


cabdirisaaq said...

Anyone who says that the Quran was written by Muhammad will have a very hard time in proving his allegation.

First of all, Muhammad , may Allah`s peace and blessings be upon him was illeterate !How could he began all of a sudden to write a book that is without equal in literary merit and that could not be surpassed by the whole legion of the Arab poets and orators of the highest caliber?.

Many people have tried to come up with a Quran of their own but failed miserably. Because the Quran is unique; there has never been a book like it and still today there is none like it (In its style and wisdom).

If this book was written by a human then surely people wouldn`t have any trouble in writing a book that can outshi9ne it or at leasr gets near in outshining it.

"The above observation makes the hypothesis advanced by those who
see Muhammad as the author of the Qur'an untenable. How could a
man, from being illiterate, become the most important author, in
terms of literary merits, in the whole of Arabic literature? "

Maunce Bucaille,
The Bible, the Qur'an and Science, 1978, p 125

"Say: "The (Qur'an) was sent down by Him who knows the mystery (that is) in the heavens and the earth: verily He is Oft-Forgiving, MostMerciful."

Quran,Chapter 25, Verse 6

"And you did not recite before it any book, nor did you transcribe one with your right hand, for then those who say untrue things could have doubted."

Quran, chapter 29, Verse 48

Nothing but the Truth said...

Cabdirisaaq, you have been mistaken that Muhammad was an illiterate. Quran is written by the scribe Zaid Ibn Thabit who knew about Hebrews and Greek. Zaid is not a prophet and he is not qualified to re-write the Quran based on Hasfah Codex.

The sources whence Muhammad derived the materials of his Koran are, over and above the more poetical parts, which are his own creation, the legends of his time and country, Jewish traditions based upon the Talmud, or perverted to suit his own purposes, and the floating Christian traditions of Arabia and of S. Syria.

His wife Chadijah, as well as her cousin Waraka, a reputed convert to Christianity, and Muhammad's intimate friend, are said to have been well acquainted with the doctrines and sacred books both of Jews and Christians. And not only were several Arab tribes in the neighbourhood of Mecca converts to the Christian faith, but on two occasions Muhammad had travelled with his uncle, Abu Talib, as far as Bostra, where he must have had opportunities of learning the general outlines of Oriental Christian doctrine, and perhaps of witnessing the ceremonial of their worship. And it appears tolerably certain that previous to and at the period of his entering into public life, there was a large number of enquirers at Mecca, who like Zaid, Omayah of Taief, Waraka, etc., were dissatisfied equally with the religion of their fathers, the Judaism and the Christianity which they saw around them, and were anxiously enquiring for some better way.

The Waraka above mentioned, and cousin of Chadijah, is said to have believed on Muhammad as long as he continued true to the principles of the Hanyfs, but to have quitted him in disgust at his subsequent proceedings, and to have died an orthodox Christian.

Waraka is not a prophet who could confirm Muhammad as a prophet to the Arabs by virtue of the criterion stated in Surah 3:81. As a whole Muhammad is not a prophet by the Law of Moses or Law of God on the anointing for service of God by a practising prophet or priest.