Rasulullah(pbuh) was the expected one by all preceding prophets hence they spoke of and predicted his coming.
After all of the corruptions and alteration of tawrat, Injeel and zaboor, the current versions of these divine books still contain verses that gave the glad tidings of Rasulullah(pbuh) coming.
The late great syrian scholar Hussain jisri found 114 such glad tidings(remember there are 114 places) and quoted them in his well known book " Risalatal_hamidiya". few examples are here
" The divine massage of lord come from sinai and will dawn over them from seir; (and finally) will shine forth(agian for the last time) from Mount paran" ( tawrat, deuteronomy 33;2)
The science of history confirms that this verse of tawrat can only refer to prophet musa, prophet isa and prophet Mohommad(pbuh) respectively. Because, "Sinai" is where prophet musa was honoured to speak to Allah and recieved the divine revelation of injeel e shareef; as for "mount paran", it is mountain range in mecca. In some other verses of tawrat, "paran" is identified as the desert area where prophet ibraheem had chosen as the place of residence for his family.
As the both geography and history sciences confirm, this location is the most certainly the valley of mecca b/w the mountain ranges of paran. Allah manifested himself to humanity through his last revelation to Rasulullah(pbuh) who grew up in that region described in tawrat.
It is because of such explicit predictions in tawrat that the jews were expecting the last prophet and knew that he would appear in Mecca. Although the jews and christians recognized the rasulullah(pbuh) most envied him and, bcoz of their prejudice and envy,most of them didnot accept the massage that he brought to the humanity.
Time for some more love and respect for women from the quoran!
Tabari IX:113 “Allah permits you to shut them in separate rooms and to beat them, but not severely. If they abstain, they have the right to food and clothing. Treat women well for they are like domestic animals and they possess nothing themselves. Allah has made the enjoyment of their bodies lawful in his Qur’an.
If you read the Quran you'd have some kind of sense. But I know that you haven't. And I pray that you change your ways and read the whole Quran from cover to cover - that you might understand. Because believe it or not the Day will come and you will have to answer to Allah and Allah is no fool. I'm sure you've excluded alot of sites that prove Islam is a wonderful peacefull religion but u didn't presented it.
by errum fattah 8 years ago
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by errum fattah 8 years ago
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