What did Jesus really say?

by Misha'al Abdullah Al-Kadhi

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6.14: Other Prophesies

There are many other points which could be brought up in this comparison, however. Such prophesies include Daniel 2 which history has shown us to have been fulfilled only by the Islamic nation. For those readers who would like to read more on these matters, I recommend the books:

  1. "Prophet Muhammad the Last Messenger in the Bible" by Kais Al-Kalbi.
  2. "Mohammed A Prophecy Fulfilled," by H. Abdul Al-Dahir
  3. "Muhammad in the Bible", by Professor 'Abdul-Ahad Dawud.
  4. "Muhammad's Prophethood: An Analytical View," By Dr. Jamal Badawi
  5. "Muhammad in the Bible," Dr. Jamal Badawi
  6. "The Sources of the Qur'an: A Critical Review of the Authorship Theories," by Hamza Mustafa Njozi.

I shall leave it up to the interested reader to study Islam, Muhammad, and the Qur'an, and arrive at their own conclusion with regard to Muhammad (pbuh) having fulfilled all of the requirements of the coming "Second Messiah"/"Paraclete"/Prophet.

It is not at all uncommon in the West for people to be known by two names. For examples, a man called William would be called "Bill" by his friends, Robert would be called "Bob"...etc. In a similar manner, Muhammad (pbuh) was known by two names: "Muhammad" and "Ahmed." I mention this to clarify the following verse:

"And when Jesus son of Mary said: O Children of Israel! verily! I am the messenger of Allah unto you, confirming that which was (revealed) before me in the Torah, and bringing good tidings of a messenger who cometh after me, whose name is Ahmed(the praised one). But when he came to them with clear proofs, they said: This is clearly magic"

The noble Qur'an, Al-Saf(61):6

It is one thing for someone to make a clever play on words and twist their meaning to suite his fancied desire so that they would refer to Muhammad (pbuh). It would be much harder to do so with more than ten. These verses lend themselves so easily to Muhammad (pbuh) without having to resort to abstraction and applying them to the Holy Ghost or other supernatural meanings, or to combining three prophesies into only two.

"Then We sent our messengers in succession. Whenever there came to a nation their messenger they called him a liar; so We caused them to follow one another (in destruction) and We made them tales (told to others). So away with a people who will not believe!"

The noble Qur'an, Al-Muminoon(23):44.

"Alas for (My) servants! There comes not a messenger unto them but they ridicule him."

The noble Qur'an, Ya-seen(36):30.

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