WAS MUHAMMAD A TRUE PROPHET?
Muhammad (or Mohammed, or Muhammed, or Mahomet) was not a true prophet, because he said words that conflict with the words that God had already spoken before through His prophets, which are written in the Bible.
For example: God commanded us to sanctify the seventh day of the week (Exodus 20:8-11), and Muhammad commanded to sanctify the sixth day of the week (Koran, 62:9).
Another example: God commanded us not to eat the unclean animals, among which are the pig, the camel, the rabbit, the hare, the ostrich, the fishes without scales, the shrimp, the crab, the lobster, the squid, the octopus, the mussel and the oyster (Leviticus 11), and Muhammad said that the only animal that we must not eat is the pig (Koran 5:3 an 6:145), and said also that it is allowed to eat the camel (Koran 22:36).
Another example: God said that if a man divorces his woman and she marries another man, and this other man divorces her or dies, the former man cannot marry that woman again (Deuteronomy 24:1-3), and Muhammad said that in this case the former man can marry that woman again (Koran 2:230).
Another example: God said that the place that He chose to put there His name forever is the Temple that King Solomon built at Mount Moriah (The Temple Mount) in Jerusalem (1 Kings 9:3), and Muhammad said that the place that God chose to put His name is the Caaba, in Mecca, in Saudi Arabia (Koran 2:125 and 5:97).
These things show that Muhammad was not a true prophet.
That is the truth.
This is the only true religion, founded by God.
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Yahveh bless you.
Author: Jo„o Paulo Fernandes Pontes (Hebrew name: Yochanan Ben Yosef).
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .