Muhammad's miracles to ahmad zafire
Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Jan 24, 2006 at 07:21ahmad zafire,
>no.. why?... as i said before all prophets came during criticals times. Moses-during the time of magic,craft..etc Jesus- time of health, medicine..etc and muhammond- time of poetry,writtings..etc. but all performed wonders that no man can copy even today. Moses- snake into a shaft, splites the red sea..etc. Jesus- cure the sick, made the blind see, raised the dead. muhammond- began the Koran..
Come on! We all know about Muahammed's other "manifest miracles"!...splitting the moon, changing his fingertips into fountains, riding al-Buraq at night without a compass or radar and riding licence, travelling faster than light, throwing into a dustbin of nonsense the Principle of Conservation of Energy by exponentially increasing the quantity of food and water almost out of nothing, making food boast of being eaten by the Prophet (pbuh)), palm trees loudly crying for him, stones greeting him, the talking of the poisoned leg of a roasted sheep, trees walking towards him, two trees that were far apart coming together and then parting again, the barren and milkless sheep giving milk, his returning the eye of Qatidah bin an-Nu`man to its place with his hand after it had slipped out, his spitting lightly into the eye of Ali when it had become inflamed and its being cured immediately, his wiping the leg of `Abdullah bin `Atiq whereupon he was at once cured...to name just the most conspicuous ones!
> yes he could not read or write at that time. it was memorized.
But evidently his memory , although backed by Allah's own supermemory [87:6] wasn't immune to miracles of forgetfulness.
Sahih al-Bukhari: 61, v. 6
558. Narrated Aisha: Allah's Apostle heard a man reciting the Qur'an at night, and said, "May Allah bestow His Mercy on him, as he has reminded me of such-and-such Verses of such-and-such Suras, which I was caused to forget."
Sahih Muslim: 4, v. 1
1724.'Abdullah reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: What a wretched person is he amongst them who says: I have forgotten such and such a verse. (He should instead of using this expression say): I have been made to forget it. Try to remember the Qur'an for it is more apt to escape from men's minds than a hobbled camel.
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