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Muhammad: A Beast or a Prophet?

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by, Ibn Kammuna | Islam Watch

Introduction

In this article, I introduce certain stories about Prophet Muhammad. More than a billion human beings today claim that he was a merciful prophet of God. According to them, he was al-Insan al-Kamel, i.e. the perfect human being. Whatever Muslims may believe about Muhammad, the stories of his life as recorded in sacred Islamic texts serve as a ‘reality check’ of the “true persona” that he was. In this article, I will mostly quote the stories from the most trusted Islamic sources and let the reader judge. I believe that at the end of this essay, the reader would judge Muhammad as a cruel beast, not a saintly prophet of God.

The Making of an Orphan

We read in Sahih Muslim the following hadith:

Imran b. Husain reported that a woman from Juhaina came to Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) and she…

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Islam, Christianity and Politics Today (And a Mysteriously Disappearing Airplane)

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Islam Sir Winston Churchill compared Muslims to rabid dogs, with an implicit apology to the dogs. As this is written, an airliner has mysteriously vanished from the sky without explanation in southeast Asia; the worldwide Islamic jihad naturally jumps into mind. It may no fit as more is learned of the event, but it is everyone’s first supposition.

Islam is the only major religion that offers conversion or death today. It has done so since the seventh century and continues to offer that choice today in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and wherever else it can. It is the only significant religion that proselytizes with corpses and still punishes its adherents with eye-gouging, amputation of hands, whipping and stoning people to death. Its more fundamentalist purveyors disapprove of any but religious education generally and of any education at all for girls and readily demonstrate that by murdering students and teachers.

Some…

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