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Miracles of Mohammed

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Q5. Host: Did Mohammed perform any miracles? (1:18)

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Dr. Labib: Well, when the people of Arabia were confronted by Mohammed and this new religion, Islam, they asked him to do a miracle, so they could believe in him. And in the Koran, again and again it says, "I cannot perform any miracle." So if anyone would say that Mohammed performed any miracle, this is against the Koran. It is very clear in the Koran, that Mohammed said again and again, "I am but a messenger of God. I do no miracle." That is one thing.And then again, of course, when you come to Moses, when he met the Lord, he said to Him, "I will go to the Jews, to the Israelis, and I will tell them that I met God. They say He didn't appear to you. What shall I say?" He said, "Well, I'll give you three miracles, that you may authenticate your prophethood with." But Mohammed had not one miracle to authenticate his prophethood.

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-8 # Rod Martin, Jr. 2011-07-20 06:25
Mohammed was indeed a true prophet. Who are you to say that he did not receive a direct call from God? Were you there? Did you ask God, personally?

Getting hundreds of millions to love God is a beautiful miracle.

Those who clamor for proof of miracles are not worthy of them. Jesus made this point abundantly clear. Such clamoring is ego talking, and ego is the master of this world and source of all evil.
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+17 # Timur 2011-09-24 18:16
[quote name="Rod Martin, Jr."]

"Getting hundreds of millions to love God is a beautiful miracle."

So then by your thinking Joseph Smith was a true prophet. The Mormons have hundreds of millions of followers. Beautiful miracles don't have to happen by the edge of the sword.
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-9 # nadia 2012-09-25 04:08
the same spirit who came to Mohamed, came to me in a dream and read for me the last 2 verses of the quran. His voice was splendid. I couldn't see him, because he was invisible and his message was about the contain of the verses not about his look. He started to read for me Surat el-Falak and Surat el-Naass from the book of Quran, and the book was the most beautiful book of universe. Whether he was sent from God or ... I don't know. What I know is that, from that day I got healed. why do you think that the bible or the prophets were only sent to jews? you are wrong! and for your info, know that Mohamed was a jew too. Also why do you associate islam to 9/11?
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+10 # Abd El-Massih 2012-11-28 03:51
Nadia,

I need to remind you that Mouhammad thought that the spirit that appeared to him was a Jin or an evil spirit. Later and after he consulted with his first wife Khadijah, he labeled the spirit as the Angel Gabriel. We do not find the Angel Gabriel pressing hard on people's chess when given them messages from God in the Bible as what he did to Mouhammad. Six hundred years prior, the Angel Gabriel declared to Mary that the son who is going to be born of her shall be called Emmanuel meaning "God is with us". That is not what we find in the Quran. Therefore, the spirit that appeared to Mouhammad is not from God and I would caution you about the spirit that is appearing to you. Turn to Christ and give your life to Him and He will give you eternal peace and His Holy Spirit.
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+10 # Abd El-Massih 2012-11-28 03:52
Also - this is the first time we hear that Mouhammad was Jew. He was not. He was from Makkah from the Quraish Tribe -- from the Hashemite Clan.

We associate Islam to 9/11 because Islam is a state and faith (Deen Wa Dawlah). Islam is a political ideology as well as a religion and therefore the event of 9/11 is a manifestation of its political side. If you study the Sunnah of Islam, you should be aware of the above. This is nothing new.
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+8 # AKINS 2012-12-03 07:49
I HAVEN'T READ ALL YOU HAVE ON YOUR WEBSITE BUT I JUST WANT TO APEAL TO BOTH THE MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS THAT THEY SHOULD BOTH READ THERE HOLY BOOKS AND COMPARE WITH THE OTHERS VERY WELL. ON THE DAY OF JUGEMENT GOD IS NOT GOING TO JUDGE US BASED ON HOW WELL WE EMBRACED OUR FATHER'S DOCTRINE BUT ON HOW WELL WE RECEIVE AND PRACTICE HIS TRUE WORDS
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