Muhammad in the Quran, Vol. 3: Chapter 46


 

Section V: MUHAMMAD THE ROBBER BARON/WARLORD "PROPHET

 

MANTRAS FOR MUHAMMAD'S PLATFORM OF POWER

There is a possibility for that Muhammad in the start believed in his own tales, but the religion and its god Allah soon became Muhammad's platform of power - like religion has been for many a self proclaimed "prophet" through the times. Science tends to believe that he experienced or believe he experienced something (an indication for TLF - Temporal Lobe Epilepsy - or something similar), but that he over time lost at least any strong belief, and used his religion for personal gain - like so many a self proclaimed "prophet" through the times. Science - and others (even his nearest) here point to f.x. how quick Allah(?) was to solve Muhammad's personal problems, etc. and how clearly Allah(?) gave Muhammad the full power on Earth, and also how readily Allah changed his religion from peaceful to dishonesty, hate, blood, and war as soon as Muhammad started to need warriors around and after 622 AD, when Muhammad started as a highway man and robber baron..

We have included many samples here - for the benefit of the ones wanting to go a bit deep into the material. It may be boring for others to read all of them, but read many enough to recognize his mantras for gluing himself to his platform of power; his religion and his god. And look at how often Muhammad repeats this claim in different words (even though the list is not complete). All the repetitions make one think about Nazi-Germany's Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, and his words: "If a lie is repeated often enough, people start believing it". (Muhammad often repeated the claims that Allah was an all powerful god, and that Muhammad was his commander here on Earth, but he NEVER delivered a valid proof for any of those claims or for any other of the central claims in the Quran. ("A proof is one or more proved facts which can give only one conclusion".))

(In this chapter there are boringly many repetitions. The reason is that the Quran repeats and repeats these claims. Is there any connection between all these repetitions and the mentioned Joseph Gobbles': "Repeat a lie often enough, and people start believing it"?)

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001 3/32b: "Obey Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*)". Muhammad's standard mantra in a strengthened version - Muhammad is gluing himself to the god, plus demanding obedience (on Earth obeying Allah = obeying Muhammad). There are many, many like this in the Quran. Religion is a solid and trustworthy platform of power for its "prophet" normally - in any sect and religion.

002 3/172a: "- - - those who answered the call (for fighting*) of Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muslims. A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his claimed god and platform of power.

003 3/172e: "- - - Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variation of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power; his god.

004 3/179h: "- - - believe in Allah and His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -." A variation of Muhammad's mantra to become - and stay - glued to his god and platform of power, here in a slightly strengthened version.

005 4/13ca: "- - - those who obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) will be admitted (to Paradise*) - - -". Strongly contradicted by the Bible, and especially by NT. Muhammad's and his Quran's religion of war and partly immoral moral code, etc. does not qualify for Yahweh's Paradise, and NT's religion of love hardly qualifies for the Paradise of the war religion of the Quran - on of the proofs for that Yahweh and Allah is not the same god.

006 4/13cb: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

007 4/14b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad glues himself to the god throughout the Quran.

008 4/59b: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -." This is one of Muhammad's standard mantras to glue himself to Allah and his platform of power - here in a strengthened version - doubly nice as "Obey Allah" on Earth = obey Muhammad. An interesting and often repeated order from Allah(?) - at least interesting for a man who obviously liked power (and respect).

009 4/59g: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power; Allah.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

010 4/61b: "Come to what Allah hath revealed, and to the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to Allah - his platform of power.

011 4/69a: "All who obey Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) (are liked by Allah*)". Double plus for Muhammad: Glue him to Allah + obey him. Strengthening the platform of power. An extra point here - like many other places in the Quran - is that here on Earth the one they had to obey, was Muhammad, a nice situation for any leader wanting power.

012 4/79d: "And We (Allah*) has sent thee (Muhammad*) as a Messenger - - -". Another version of Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to his platform of power - his religion.

013 4/100c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power - his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

014 4/136b: “Believe in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -”. A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power - his god.

015 4/150c: "- - - Allah and His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". This is a variety of Muhammad's main mantra to glue himself to the god - at the same time his platform of power. In this case he also claim to belong to the (Jewish) line of messengers/prophets, which is wrong because both his messages and his teaching differ too much from the prophets in that line.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

016 4/150+151: "- - - (those who) wish to separate Allah from His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - - They are in truth (equally) unbelievers - - -". A stronger version of the mantra - see 4/150b just above.

017 4/152a: "- - - Allah and His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power - his god.

018 4/171m: "- - - so believe in Allah and His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". The most sure way in life to be cheated, is to believe blindly in things you are told - especially when the tales not proved and are from persons of low moral standard, but with ambitions.

019 4/171n: "- - - so believe in Allah and His Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

020 5/33a: “The punishment for those who wage war against Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - - is: execution, or crucifixion, or the cutting off of hands and feet from the opposite sides, or exile from the land.” Remember that this surah is from 632 AD, and that practically all raids and wars were wars of aggression from the Muslims, mostly raids for riches – even the battles of Badr, Uhud and Medina/the Trench were battle in a war of aggression started and kept alive by Muhammad – so mostly the victims who “fought war against Allah and his Messenger” were fighting in desperate and sheer self defense to defend themselves against the on-slaughter of Islam - - - and to defend themselves obviously was a great sin. Muslims attacked for gaining loot, land, slaves, power - - - and force Islam on their neighbors. Arabia mainly was made Islamic by the sword. In spite of Islam’s peaceful words some places, the local Arabs normally only got two choices: Become Muslims or fight/die. A clear contradiction – and abrogation of 2/256: "Let there be no compulsion in religion".

021 5/33c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

022 5/33c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

023 5/55b: "- - - Allah, (and*) His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power - his god.

024 5/56b: "- - - Allah, (and*) His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power - his god.

025 5/56c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger - - -". See 63/5a below.

026 5/81c: "- - - believed in Allah, in the Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's main mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power.

027 5/92a: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". The mantra of Muhammad, here in a strong form - and a form very practical for a warlord (surah 5 is from 632 AD and he is not just a robber baron any more, but a warlord.) Obey Muhammad!

For a comparison: Jesus said: "Follow me", which is a long way from "Obey me".

028 5/120a: This verse in reality is a repetition of one of Muhammad's mantras: Be good and obedient - also to Muhammad - and Allah will reward you. Be bad and disobedient - also to Muhammad - and Allah will punish you.

But remember as for punishments and rewards - and forgiving: They cannot be given unless there are made changes in the Plan of Allah, which several verses in the Quran states nobody and nothing can make. (A predestined reward is not a reward, but threat.)

029 7/158k: "So believe in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -." Muhammad's main mantra - here in a strengthened version. It glued him to his god. A platform of power many have used - though none with a success like Muhammad's.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

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030 8/1f: "- - - Allah and the Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -." A variation of Muhammad's main mantra to glue himself to the god and to his platform of power.

031 8/1j: "- - - Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". The main (here actually strengthened) version of Muhammad's mantra - see 8/1g above".

032 8/1k: "- - - His (Allah's*) Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". No omniscient god has a prophet who tells lots of things which are wrong, in his name. And no good and benevolent god has a robber baron and warlord for his representative.

033 8/13f: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's main mantra to glue himself to his god and to his platform of power - the god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

034 8/20c: "Obey Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". Perhaps the for Muhammad best version of his main slogan gluing him to his god and his platform of power.

035 8/24d: "- - - Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". The standard version for Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to his god and to his platform of power".

036 8/27d: "- - - Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to Allah and to his platform of power, Allah. You meet it nearly legion times in the Quran in some variations.

037 8/41f: "- - - to Allah - and to the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power; his god.

038 8/46a: "And obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Likely the most valuable version of this mantra Muhammad often used in the Quran, if his wish was to make his followers obey himself. MANY other "prophets" have said and done similar things for that reason.

A nice order for Muhammad, because here on Earth that in reality meant "obey Muhammad - completely (as he represent the god)".

For comparison: Jesus said "Follow me". There is an ocean between "Follow me" and Obey me".

039 9/1a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". The most used mantra of Muhammad to glue himself to Allah and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

040 9/3f: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/1a+b+c above.

041 9/7a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". The mantra Muhammad most often use to glue himself to Allah and his own platform of power; his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

042 9/24b: "- - - Allah, or His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's main mantra to glue himself to the god and to his own platform of power".

043 9/26a: "- - - Messenger - - -". See 4/13d above.

044 9/29e: "- - - Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to Allah and to his own platform of power.

045 9/33b: "- - - his (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's main mantra gluing himself to Allah and to his platform of power - Allah".

046 9/54b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's main mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

047 9/54c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". There is no god behind a "messenger" preaching a "message" so full of mistakes, contradictions, invalid logic, etc, like Muhammad. No god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

048 9/59b: "- - - Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". A standard version of the mantra to keep Muhammad glued to Allah and to his platform of power; Allah.

049 9/62a: "- - - it is more fitting if they (people*) should please Allah and his Messenger, if they are Believers". A nice piece of divine declaration for any dictator.

050 9/63d: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/59b+c above.

051 9/65d: "- - - Allah - - - and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". No person who tells so much which is wrong, so many contradictions, etc., is sent by a god.

052 9/71f: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". No person preaching a lot of mistaken facts, contradictions, etc. ever was a messenger from an omniscient god.

053 9/74g: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue Muhammad to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

054 9/80c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/88b below.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

055 9/81d: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) of Allah - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue Muhammad to his god and his platform of power.

056 9/84b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god - though he was never able to prove neither the existence of the claimed god, nor his own connection to one.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

057 9/90c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god - though he was never able to prove neither the existence of the claimed god, nor his own connection to one.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

058 9/91b: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power.

059 9/94e: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) of Allah - - -". A variation of Muhammad's standard mantra for connecting himself to his god and platform of power. But no omniscient god would use a messenger telling so much wrong like Muhammad, and no good and benevolent god would use a messenger with a moral like Muhammad.

060 9/97d: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power.

061 9/99d: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/88b above.

062 9/105c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/74 and 9/88b above".

063 9/107f: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue Muhammad to his god and his platform of power. But no omniscient god would use a messenger saying so much wrong, and no good and benevolent god would use a messenger with a moral like Muhammad.

064 17/94g: "- - - (His) Messenger - - -". See 9/88b above.

065 22/15b: "- - - (his Messenger (Muhammad*)) - - -". See 63/5a below.

066 24/47c: "We believe in Allah and in the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power - his

067 24/48b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". One of Muhammad's main mantras to connect himself to the god. Actually this is the main such mantra, and you meet it many places in the Quran and in other parts of Islam.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

068 24/50a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and platform of power.

069 24/52c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 24/48b above.

070 24/54d: "- - - Allah, and - - - His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 24/48b above.

071 24/63c: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See f. x. 24/48b above.

072 33/21c: "- - - the Messenger of Allah - - -". One of Muhammad's mantras to glue himself to his god and his platform of power. But the message Muhammad told about, was the Quran. And as the Quran with all its errors, etc. is not from a god, can then Muhammad be a messenger from a god? Simply no. It also is symptomatic that Muhammad more often used the title "messenger" than the title "prophet". He may have been careful so as not to risk too many questions about proving he was a prophet.

073 33/21c: "- - - the Messenger of Allah - - -". One of Muhammad's mantras to glue himself to his god and his platform of power. But the message Muhammad told about, was the Quran. And as the Quran with all its errors, etc. is not from a god, can then Muhammad be a messenger from a god? Simply no. It also is symptomatic that Muhammad more often used the title "messenger" than the title "prophet". He may have been careful so as not to risk too many questions about proving he was a prophet.

074 33/22d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's most used mantra to glue himself to Allah - his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

075 33/29a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". Standard mantra for Muhammad to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

076 33/31b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power. Besides: A man preaching a tale full of mistakes, partly immoral moral code, etc., is he the messenger of a god?

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

077 33/33h: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a below.

#####078 33/36a: "It is not fitting for a Believer (Muslim*) - - - when a matter has been decided by Allah and His Messenger, to have any option about their decision - - -". Full control - absolute power - no thinking, only obedience. The ultimate dream for any dictator. One extra point here is that in reality it was Muhammad who made the decisions here on Earth - not even Muhammad claimed he got all details dictated from Allah. And the final touch: No god dictated the Quran - too many mistakes, contradictions, etc. - then who in reality dictated here that one should obey among others - and the only one on Earth - Muhammad absolutely blindly?

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

079 33/36d: "- - - by Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

080 33/40c: "(Muhammad is*) the Messenger of Allah". No god sends a messenger bringing so much wrong information.

081 33/53g: "- - - Allah's Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variety of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

082 33/57c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power. (But no god ever sent a messenger telling so many errors, etc.)

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

083 33/66d: "- - - Allah and - - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variation of Muhammad's central mantra to glue himself to Allah and thus to his platform of power.

084 33/71g: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". The chief mantra for Muhammad to glue himself to his platform of power - his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

085 48/9a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

086 48/13b: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power, his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

087 48/17d: "- - - obeys Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to Allah, his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

088 48/26c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power; his god - - -.

089 48/27b: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his platform of power; his god - - -.

090 48/28b: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 48/27b-d above.

091 49/1d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

092 49/7b: "- - - Allah's Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Another version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to Allah and power.

093 49/14e: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad’s standard mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power".

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

094 49/15a: “Only those are Believers who have believed in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". You are no Muslim unless you also believe in Muhammad - no matter how doubtful a person even central Islamic literature proves he is behind the glorious words. Nice at least for Muhammad - good glue to glue him to his platform of power; his god and his religion. (A good platform for many a self proclaimed prophet through the times.)

This sentence also is a much strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power.

095 49/15b: “Only those are Believers who have believed in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*), and have never since doubted, but have striven with their belongings and their persons (= made war*) in the Cause of Allah - - -.” Use your wealth and your life in war for Muhammad/Allah – only then you are a real Muslim. A clear message.

###But how could anybody believe in Muhammad before he was born or started his mission? How then could there be Muslims before the time of Muhammad, if only the ones who believed in both Allah and Muhammad are Muslims? Is Muhammad the main person also in "the Mother of the Book" (13/39b, 43/4b-c above, and 85/21-22 below) and thus the main person in the Book Allah reveres (according to Islam - "high in esteem" according to 43/4b-c above), and thus in the copies sent to all the earlier claimed prophets and messengers in spite of that nobody then would understand who the book was talking about?

But why is it not enough to believe in Allah?

096 49/15f: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a below.

097 50/1f: "(- - - Allah's Messenger)". A variation of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and thus to his platform of power.

098 53/10d: " - - - His (Allah's*) Servant (Muhammad*) - - -". A special version of Muhammad's main mantra for gluing himself to Allah and ultimate power.

099 57/7a: "Believe in Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god - his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

100 57/7b: "Believe in Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Why should any sentient being do so when so much is wrong - and even some lies - in their message, the Quran?

101 57/8b: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Another version of Muhammad's mantras to glue himself to his platform of power Allah.

102 57/9c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Servant (Muhammad*) - - -". Another of Muhammad's mantras to glue himself to Allah - his platform of power.

103 57/19a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power, his(?) god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

104 57/21d: "- - - believe in Allah and His messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". A somewhat strengthened variety of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

105 57/25g: "- - - Him (Allah*) and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard mantra to glue himself to Allah - his platform of power.

106 57/28b: "Fear Allah, and believe in His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his source of power, his claimed god.

107 58/4b: "- - - that ye (Muslims*) may show your faith in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*)". A strengthened version of Muhammad's mantras for gluing himself to his god and thus to his platform of power".

108 58/5c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and his power.

109 58/5d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a below.

110 58/13d: "- - - obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*)". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard mantra for attaching himself to his source of power; his religion and his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

111 58/20c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for imprinting on his followers his position of power. A claim does not become truer by being repeated often, but many repetitions may make people start believing this claim anyhow. Remember Goebbels: "If a lie is repeated often enough, people start believing it".

112 58/21b: "- - - I (Allah*) and My Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of 58/20b above.

113 58/22f: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See f. x. 58/20c.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

114 59/4b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for imprinting on his followers his position of power. A claim does not become truer by being repeated often, but many repetitions may make people start believing this claim anyhow. Remember Goebbels: "If a lie is repeated often enough, people start believing it".

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

115 59/6c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messengers (included Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's mantra for gluing himself to the platform of power, the religion.

116 59/7b: "- - - on His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's mantra for gluing himself to the platform of power, the religion.

117 59/8c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

118 60/4g: "- - - but not (= no good example*) when Abraham said to his father: "I will pray for forgiveness for thee - - -". It is normal for leaders of extreme sects to try to cut their followers' connections to people outside the sect, included the nearest family, because knowledge from the outside may tell truths the leaders do not want should reach their often manipulated congregations. Muhammad and Islam was - and is - in good company when doing this.

As for forgiving from Allah: See 2/187d above.

119 61/9c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger - - -". A version of Muhammad's mantra for gluing himself to Allah - his platform of power.

120 61/11d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power; his god.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

121 63/1c: "- - - the Messenger of Allah (= Muhammad) - - -". A version of Muhammad's mantra for gluing himself to his source of power, his claimed god. Many a man throughout history and prehistory has ridden to riches and power - and women - on the back of a claimed god.

122 63/7c: "- - - Allah's Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to his platform of power, Allah.

123 63/8c: "But the honor belongs to Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". If the Quran is true - yes. If the Quran is made up - and with all those mistakes, etc., it is from no god - what honor is there in leading people astray? - especially if there somewhere should happen to exist a real god and a real paradise they are forced away from? A possible devil in case will honor you, but who in his right mind else?

124 63/8f: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Something is wrong - see 63/5a above.

125 64/8a: “Believe, therefore, in Allah and His Messenger - - -". As For believing: See all the mistakes, contradictions, invalid claims/logic, etc. – not to mention highly immoral laws that are not made by any benevolent god.

126 72/23a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's standard Mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". You find this many, many places in the Quran. Power was the main thing Muhammad sought - and riches to gain more power. The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more for him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

Sub-total Chapter 46 = 126 + 4.320 = 4.466.


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