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Thank you our dear GoD for proving my point that the character seen by Muhammad in surat al-Nijm is Gabriel and it is your trusted sources that tell us that

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in response to reader comment: Sidrat Al-Muntaha

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Dec 7, 2013 at 08:46

Our dear GoD is back and I wonder why

This is what I am refering to ...

You were refering to what? That you are and you must pardon me ignorant?

This Sidrat Al Muntaha, is the farthest anything can go beyond, including the Angels,

So what is it and where is it located? No one has a clue

So in Surah Al-Najm (53) when God says "and he cetainly saw him in another descent" 53:13

So he saw gabriel right?

this means that when Gabriel reached Sidrat Al-Muntaha after taking Prophet Muhammad

So it is not Allah anymore so why did you claim that Allah spoke to Muhammad and you quoted surat al-Nijm? why the lies?

on Al-Buraq (that you always like to comment about, and that is why I metioned it here again),

ROTFL al-Buraq so where would i find a winged horse any idea? and where would i find any mention of al-Buraq in the book of Arabian ignorance you tell me

he stopped there and could not continue any farther, but Prophet Muhammad continued alone until he was beyond the boundaries of the utmost boundary after Sidrat Al-Muntaha

Where does it say that in Suart al-Nijm? you tell me why do you make things up?

alone to stand in front of Almighty, then when Prophet Muhammad returned from his audience with God, he descended back to Sidrat Al-Muntaha where he saw Gabriel Again. - this verse refers to this point

Where does it say that in Suart al-Nijm? Hint it does not say that right?

read the Ascension Hadith related to us by Al-Bukhari

I'm قراني فقط oh al-Bukhari and his ahadith? There is no reason for me to believe him of his Khuza3balat!

"... Then I was made to ascend to Sidrat Al-Muntaha......"

Let me say it one more time I'm a قراني فقط and if it is not in the Qur'an then it is made up


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