The greatness of Muhammad’s ultimate achievement

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  1. اللهم صلّ على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما صليت على إبراهيم وعلى آل إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد، وبارك اللهم على محمد وعلى آل محمد كما باركت على إبراهيم وعلى إبراهيم إنك حميد مجيد

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  2. I am utterly astonished, not at what the Professor stated (that is beautiful) but at the vast majority of my own brethren, Children of Israel, who do not see the Predicted Prophet of Deuteronomy 18: 18 & Deuteronomy 33:2 as Muhammad (PBUH). The Messenger of Islam fits the Prophecies of the Torah like a Glove; Jesus does not. Muhammad (saw) is the Prophet like Moses. The following article undoubtedly substantiates that Muhammad is the Prophet like Moses. Please Bring Attention to it.

    http://www.manyprophetsonemessage.com/2017/03/31/how-deuteronomy-foretells-the-coming-of-muhammad-%EF%B7%BA/

    Additionally, Christians utilize far-fetched arguments to prove that Jesus is the Messiah, but then deny the most obvious evidence for Muhammad as a Prophet; whilst elevating Jesus to the status of God. They superimpose Jesus on Isaiah 53, even though it is talking about the Nation of Israel, not Jesus, yet deny the obvious similarities between Muhammad and Moses, even the most obvious one, where both the start of their names have a ”Mo” sound! Soon they will come to know!

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    • Was is amazing is that the earliest Jews who saw Jesus walk and talk applied Deut 18:18 to him.

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    • Jesus said salvation is from the Jews. Ipso facto Muhummad is a false prophet.

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    • He was the grandfather of Jacob whose name was changed to Israel. I’m sure Yahweh has said I am the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

      Note no Ishmael there. He was not a son of the promise. Ipso facto Muhummad is a false prophet and islam is false.

      The prophet Ezekiel prophesies the fall of Islam.

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    • Wrong. Through Abraham’s offspring is prophesied the coming of a great nation namely the unmah.

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    • Paul. The prophesy to Hagar was that Ishmael and his descendants would be a great nation. He would be a wild man. An Ass. His hand would be against everyman and everyman’s hand would be against him.

      Hmm. Prophesy fullfilled.

      God also prophesied through Daniel that the Babylonians would be great. Persia would be great. The Greeks would be great. The Romans would be great.

      God saying to Hagar that the the descendants of Ismael would be great is no different.

      Salvation is from the Jews. Islam is false.

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    • ‘Salvation is from the Jews’ – so was the non Jew Abraham not saved?

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    • Jesus said Abraham looked forward to his day and rejoiced.

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    • In this historically unreliable 4th gospel yes

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    • Kev : “Salvation is from the Jews. Islam is false.”

      The above statement easily shows Bible is false. You almost made your God a racist.

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    • If – as christians claim – salvation is from the Jews , doesn’t this make Christianity redundant?
      If I want salvation then I’ll cut the middle man of Christianity and head straight for the next yeshiva.

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    • Jesus didn’t come to found a new religion. He preached Judaism to Jews.

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    • Paul Williams

      “was Abraham a Jew?”

      Silly question. Jesus says salvation comes from the jews, nowhere does he say salvation comes from an arab who kisses a meteorite and pushes pagan religious rituals.

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    • Paul Williams

      “Jesus didn’t come to found a new religion. He preached Judaism to Jews.”

      Jesus opposed the pure monotheism of the pharisees/rabbinic jews. He did not follow the religion of the pharisees.

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    • ‘He did not follow the religion of the pharisees.’

      Yes he did Matt 23:1-4

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    • Paul

      Sigh.

      Jesus is telling his fellows to not follow the religion of the pharisees who – like muslims – follow man made traditions and the wisdom of mortal men rather than the word of god.

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    • Not so.

      Jesus tells his followers to follow the religion of the pharisees ie Judaism. Something you do not do.

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    • Paul

      “Jesus tells his followers to follow the religion of the pharisees ie Judaism. Something you do not do.”

      What is it about……

      But do not do what they do, for they do not practice what they preach. 4 They tie up heavy, cumbersome loads and put them on other people’s shoulders, but they themselves are not willing to lift a finger to move them.

      …that you are having trouble understanding?\

      What is hard to understand about “do not do what they do”?

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    • …because they are hypocrites. But Jesus says to follow ALL their teaching. Which you do not do.

      Why?

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    • Paul

      Neither do you.

      Did the pharisees tell the jews to circle the kaaba 7 times like the pagans and to pray like the pagan sabeans?

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    • So why do you reject the teaching of Jesus?

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    • If you highlight the alleged similarities between Moses and Jesus; how on Earth could you possibly not see the striking similarities between Muhammad and Moses, from their respective missions to their respective Laws they received? I believe the answer is: you do, but your mission to evangelize prevents honesty from spilling forth. Messenger Muhammad, Al Maahi shall dominate and obliterate Christianity, whether you tell the Truth or not.

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    • Brother Avi,
      Good Points!

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  3. Avi, if Isaiah 53 is about Israel? Then who gets saved by Israel’s suffering? “By his stripes we are healed”

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  4. If WM Watt was alive today and healthy I believe he would be a huge thorn in the side of the Islamophobes.

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  5. Why does Watt think that being willing to suffer persecution for his beliefs and the fact that good people were and are fooled by mohammed’s nonsense is in any way a testament to his authenticity.

    Hitler, Stalin, and Mao all were willing to suffer persecution for their beliefs, and they fooled millions of good, ordinary people. Should we conclude that these monsters had the correct worldview?

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    • Kev but evangelicals regularly use the same type of reasoning to prove that Jesus disciples and followers were not lying. As in why would they sacrifice their lives, wealth and time for lies they invented? Additionally, I find this reasoning very reaasuring since I firmly believe that there are no conceivable material reasons for picking up the Banner of Radical Monotheism and belief in all the Prophets in as idolatrous amd hostile environment sa Saudi Arabia. Especially at the age the Prophet did. And in what way is Jesus like Moses? Jesus was born of a virgin and is regarded as God whilst Moses and Muhammad are both regarded as Prophets and not as God. Jesus had a Gospel, which in many ways contradicted the Law of Moses and it was very different to the Torah. Muhammad brought a Fiery Law with 10,000 Saints! Clearly Deuteronomy 18:18 is about Muhammad!

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    • What independent evidence do you have that Jesus is/was the Truth?

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    • Watt does not only refer to his willingness to suffer persecution, he also mentions:

      The high moral character of the men who believed and looked up to him as a leader, and the GREATNESS of his ultimate achievement – all argue his fundamental integrity.

      What was the ultimate achievement of Jesus (as)? He was murdered upon the cross, as a common criminal, and he utterly failed at fulfilling OT prophecies of messiah, his message was lost, altered, and corrupted, and his followers exhalted him into deification as a God, until the proclaimer became the proclaimed. Even Pope Francis admitted that Jesus’s life ended in failure on the cross. (of course in Islamic understanding Jesus was a success in that he communicated God’s message to the Jews, but that his later followers unfortunately lost and/or altered the original message).

      However, in stark contrast, Prophet Muhammad (sws) successfully received Islam as God’s universal religion for all mankind, abolished idolatry, fought against destroyed paganistic and tyranical empires freeing the people from their dictators and establishing justice. He also established and governed a state which lasted for more than a thousand years, and raised generations of men of high moral character and integrity, building a legacy that lasts until today.

      The ultimate achievement of Prophet Muhammad (sws) was indeed Great!!

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    • Avi

      How did mohammed suffer? What persecution did he suffer and or how long did it last? And you can’t be seriously asking me to believe this rubbish about mohammed not bringing any material rewards for his followers?

      The hadith speak explicitly and in significant detail about how to divvy up property, wealth, and humans of vanquished kingdoms amongst mohammed’s followers.

      Sorry but mohammed is nothing like moses – mohammed followed pagan rituals and started a religion that requires his followers to idolize him and follow his example even when these examples are not commanded by your god. Where does moses command his followers to imitate him in ways that are not outlined in the bible?

      Mohammed was about self-aggrandizement, moses confessed his own human limitations. These two are complete opposites – the former is arrogance personified, the latter is humility personified.

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    • Kev,
      Perhaps the problem here is your willful ignorance of Islamic history.

      It is well recorded that Prophet Muhammad was persecuted during the early years by the pagans of Mecca, who tortured and killed many of the first believers in Islam. One example is the torture of Bilal, and the martyrdom of Sumayyah bint Khayyat, and many others. There are many events in which he was personally persecuted by the pagans of Mecca. One famous event was his famous trip to the city Ta’if, during which he was pelted with stones until he was so beaten, cut and bruised that the blood ran down and drenched his clothes and sandals. Even after the Hijira, both he and the Muslims were continually attacked and persecuted for their beliefs.

      Simply because you say that Islamic rituals are pagan does not make it so. There are good explanations for each ritual, and links to the Abrahamic faith and traditions.

      The Hadiths about dividing wealth, simply recognize an address an issue that was common at the time related to warfare. The Bible also talks about taking property of the vanquished.

      “The spirit of the Lord came upon him (Sampson), and he went down to Ashkelon, where he killed thirty of their men and despoiled them; he gave their garments to those who had answered his riddle.” (Sampson used the garments to pay off a bet he lost.) (Judges 14:19 NAB)

      The comparisons between Muhammad and Moses are more similar than with Jesus and Moses.

      If Muhammad was about self-aggrandizement, then why did he refuse the wealth, riches, women, titles, that the pagan meccans offered him? He instead remained true to his mission of transmitting the message of Qur’an and establishing Gods universal religion on earth – Islam.

      In regard to Islam, you have nothing but hot air and hate.

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  6. Kev, this is not a one-way street; you must be consistent, as your bald saviour, Dr James White keeps repeating like a broken radio, stuck on a specific channel.

    Questions and Answers that Establish the Truth

    How is Jesus like Moses? Is Moses God? Not in Christianity. What about Jesus? Hell Yeah! Is Moses born of a Virgin? No! What about Jesus? Yeah! Is Moses the Messiah? No! What about Jesus? Yes. Did Moses bring Grace? No. Jesus? Yeah. Did Moses teach Vicarious Atonement? NO! Jesus? According to Christians, Yes. Did Moses die for the Sins of Mankind? NO. Jesus? YES. Was Moses accepted by the people to whom he was Sent? Eventually, Yes. Jesus? NO. And on we go.

    All the Questions to which Moses replied NO and Jesus replied YES, Muhammad also replies NO. All the Questions that Jesus replies YES, Moses and Muhammad Reply NO. Its quite clear who is like Moses. And it is not Jesus!

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  7. “Kev” a xtian accusing muslims of pagan rituals. Pathetic and laughable. Your own religion, its theology and ritual is paganism in disguise. I find it extremely irritating when xtians have no shame accusing others of what is essentially THEIR problem. Jews and Muslims and even modern scholars agree that Xtianity contains pagan remnants. The Talmud itself calls Xtians “Avodah Zarah” meaning idol or foreign worshippers.

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  8. “The greatness of Muhammad’s ultimate achievement”

    If you don’t factor in the cost in terms of human lives lost and reduced to slavery.

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