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The miracle of Muhammed may peace be upon him

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Submitted by jonny (Egypt), Mar 17, 2006 at 15:27

Dear Mr. Jason:
About your article saying that:
(Mohammad was not illiterate) May peace be upon him. I don't know where in the world did you get this information. None Muslims and Muslims throughout history never been said that Muhammad may peace be upon him was not illiterate.

It is his miracle that he was illiterate and he revealed all this information that is present in the Holy Quran. Not because you are a Christian fundamentalist and a writer gives you the permission to say lies.

I will give you a slight example of what I mean.
The stages of human development in the womb (embryology) have been described step by step from the instant of intercourse till the baby is born. The fact" that every creature on earth is made from water. How in the world could the prophet may peace be upon him give these specific information except if it was revealed to him by Allah almighty.

Dear Jason I think that you must read a little more in the holy Quran and don't just recite what you hear from the enemies of Islam. You have to know that the translation of the holy Quran is to all the languages is a just a nice try by the translators but the holy Quran itself is one book the same book in Arabic you will find it in America, Australia, Malaysia, south Africa, what ever place it will be the same no change no additions or anything just the true word of Allah. Why are you surprised dear that there were contract writers, and writers of the holy Quran that just write what is dictated by the prophet, which is revealed to him from Allah.

There were many geniuses in Arabic and poetry at the time of the prophet may peace be upon him so why do you ignore the fact that the prophet had many people writing after him what ever is revealed from Allah. This is like secretaries in the modern times. We as Muslims don't second-guess our prophet may peace be upon him because we have complete faith in him he is the truth teller or the (Sadek) in Arabic meaning the man who never told a lie in his life. This is the confession of the non Muslims when they speak about Muhammad may peace be upon him, before and after the revelation of Islam. He was well known in his people that he never told a lie in his life.
sincerely
a faithful and true believer of Islam.
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