Muhammad in the Quran, Vol. 3: Chapter 47


 

MUHAMMAD'S PLATFORM OF POWER

No leader becomes really powerful unless he has a "platform of power" to stand on - some serious case or topic or something which for one thing attracts many persons, and for another makes them back up the case or topic and hence the leader(s). Many a person wanting power - often political power - have used and disused religion as such a platform. And the strange (?) thing is that leaders disusing religion for power without exception tell their followers that "our" religion is the right one, and disbelievers are bad and/or stupid people who will fare badly in the claimed next life. The norm also is to state that "they" are no-good people, which it is ok to exploit, suppress, or even enslave or kill.

Exactly Muhammad's method and strategy.

Muhammad's platform of power consisted of several parts. One part was Muhammad's acceptance of and use of dishonesty in words and deeds, stealing/looting, extortion, rape, slave taking, etc. - in other words dishonest and immoral pleasure and riches for his followers. Another that the Muslims were superior humans, whereas non-Muslims were sub-humans (even today - Jan. 2010) one some places in Islam debates if non-Muslims have half the human value of Muslims or less (f.x. in North Pakistan). And then there were his claimed god and his new religion. Below you find some samples concerning this.

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001 2/177h: “- - - to believe in Allah - - - and the Messengers (included Muhammad of course*)- - -“. A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

002 2/279a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

003 3/31a: "If ye do love Allah, follow me (Muhammad) - - -". A strong version of Muhammad's mantras used to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

004 3/32b: "Obey Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*)". Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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. Muhammad was self centered. - and selfish? Religion is a solid and trustworthy platform of power for its "prophet" normally - in any sect and religion.

###005 3/50e: (Jesus said:) "So fear Allah and obey me". This is one of Muhammad's slogans, and then of course it was good policy to claim older prophets had said the same. But what Jesus said, was "follow me", which is something very different from "obey me" - deep down so different that it is one of the proofs for that Allah - especially as you meet him in the surahs from Medina, and thus in the little abrogated parts of the Quran - is not the same god as Yahweh. Definitely not.

006 3/132a: "And obey Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power, Allah.

007 3/172a: "- - - those who answered the call (for fighting*) of Allah (for fighting*) and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muslims. A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his claimed god and platform of power.

008 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.

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

009 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.

010 4/13cb: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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". Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

011 4/14c: "- - - His (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". To believe that an omniscient god sent a messenger with a teaching so full of mistakes, etc. like Muhammad and his Quran, we need strong proofs.

012 4/59b: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -." This is one of Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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). Self-centered. Selfish? - he could be mistaken for that now and then.

013 4/59e: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad*), and those charged with authority among you." A clear order from the god: Obey the authority.

014 4/59g: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad’s standard, but never proved 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". Self-centered. Selfish? 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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015 4/64a: "We sent not a Messenger (included Muhammad*) but to be obeyed - - -". Obey Muhammad! - no comment. Well, one: Jesus - and many other Biblical prophets - said "follow me", not "obey me". There is a fundamental difference here. But "obey me" gives more power.

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#016 4/65c: "- - - they (persons*) can have no (real) Faith until they make thee (Muhammad*) judge in all disputes between them, and find in their souls no resistance against thy decisions - - -". Totally contradicted by the Bible - such a clash of fundamental principles that this verse alone proves that Yahweh and Allah is not the same god. And then there are all the other proofs in addition. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

017 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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

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####018 4/80a: "He who obeys the Messenger, obeys Allah - - -". It is not possible to express Muhammad's mantra more directly than this. The ultimate dictator with ultimate power. Self-centered. Selfish? - well, at least he may be mistaken for that.

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019 4/100a: “He who forsakes his home in the cause of Allah - - - should he die as a refugee from home for Allah and his Messenger, his reward becomes due and sure with Allah - - -”. Even if you do not die in battle, just die in war - f.x. from illness or accident - or if he has had to flee from persecution, it seems like you go directly to Paradise. (Perhaps this also goes for refugees). War for Allah really is valuable for Muslims - - - if the Quran tells the truth. A fact(?) any terrorist "knows" - most of them are Muslims.

020 4/136b: “Believe in Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -”. A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

021 4/136c: “- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -”. There is nowhere proved that Muhammad was the messenger of a god. Not even that he really had any connection to a god. All the errors and worse even prove his teaching was not from a god - and all the blood and injustice and immorality prove that it in no case was from a good god. No omniscient god uses a messenger telling so much wrong like Muhammad.

022 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; Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

023 5/15c: "- - - our (Allah's*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A man preaching a teaching with so many mistakes, contradictions, etc, is not the messenger of an omniscient god. Also see 63/5a below.

024 5/33c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####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. Self-centered. Selfish? The Quran clearly indicates that power - and respect - meant even more to him than women. And he was eager for (young) women - willing ones and not willing ones - and at least one child.

025 5/48a: “To thee (Muhammad*) We (Allah*) sent the Scripture - - -”. As there are many mistakes, contradictions, etc. in the Quran, there are reasonable doubts about if a god really sent down the Quran, to say the least of it. This even more so as a number of the mistakes is in accordance with what one believed to be true at the time of Muhammad in the Middle East. Muhammad would have believed it was the truth, a god had known it was wrong. Then who made the Quran?

Islam will have to prove the statement to be believed by rational thinkers with some knowledge.

026 5/55b: "- - - Allah, (and*) His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A variant of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his platform of power - his god.

027 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; Self-centered. Selfish?

028 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! Self centered. Selfish?

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

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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

As for believing in him that is a bit risky, as all the errors, etc. in the Quran prove there never was a god involved in that book.

030 8/1h: "- - - obey Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". A nice order for Muhammad, because here on Earth that in reality meant "obey Muhammad - completely (as he represent the god)". And Muhammad wanted raids for riches, etc. - a means to gain/buy power (and women).

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

031 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". Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

032 8/14a: "- - - for those who resist Allah, is the penalty of the Fire". As practically all the likely 82 armed "episodes" - ######one every 6 weeks in Medina for "the Religion of Peace"!! - (http://www.1000mistakes.com/jihad-holywar/index.php names more than 60 of them and what was the purpose of each of them) under Muhammad, were aggression from Muhammad and his Muslims - mostly for loot, slaves and extortion - this is an interesting statement: Defend yourself against Muhammad's raiders who wants to steal everything you have got, rape and enslave your women and children, kill or enslave yourself - - - and go to Hell for "resisting Allah" as everything and every attack Muhammad made were "holy battles" and "holy war" - Ghazwas and Jihads. Included every single attack and raid for wealth which made up 80-90% of his raids or more!

033 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; Self-centered. Selfish?

A fact
#### A sobering fact: The main point about a piece of information, is not who gave it - be it an enemy or not - but if it is true or not. A disturbing fact here is that persons negative to something often know more about questionable points and facts than do strong believers, who tend to see only what they want to see.

034 8/24e: "- - - His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". But as the Quran is from no god - far too many and serious errors in that book - then in case a prophet or messenger for whom?

035 8/27d: "- - - Allah and the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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. Self-centered. Selfish?

036 8/41f: "- - - to Allah - and to the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power; his god.

037 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.

####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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

038 9/1a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". The most used mantra of Muhammad to glue himself to Allah and his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####Note how close Muhammad attaches himself to the power of his claimed god - in plain words: "Obey me - Muhammad". Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

039 9/3a: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/1a above.

####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. Self-centered. Selfish? 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.

Self-centered. And selfish?

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 9/33a: “It is He (Allah*) Who hath sent his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -“. That is one of the really big questions: Was he really sent? There are too many indications for that the Quran is not made by an omniscient god – actually it is 100% sure that no such god would make that many mistakes, contradictions, etc. And if he all the same is sent, the some 22-24 surahs from Medina makes it as 100% sure that he was not sent by a good or benevolent god – the religion as it is painted especially in that part the Quran is by far too inhuman, immoral, and diabolic for that. In case he was sent, the surahs from Medina prove he in case was sent by some dark forces. May be by the Devil pretending to be Gabriel - Muhammad would have no chance to see the difference. Another alternative that it is sent by a sick brain – f.x. TLE (Temporal Lobe Epilepsy) like parts of modern medical science believe? Or perhaps just by a cold brain wanting power - f.x. Muhammad himself? Or a combination of 2 or 3 of these.

As for Gabriel there is a strange fact in the Quran: He is never named in the surahs from Mecca. Not until after he came to Medina did Muhammad start claiming he got his information(?) and messages(?) from Gabriel. If Muhammad really had got - or even only believed he got - the claimed messages from a central angel, this had been such a strong argument that there is no chance Muhammad had not told about this - and often - during the first difficult 12 years in Mecca. What is the explanation?

044 9/54b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's main mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####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.

045 9/54c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". There is no god behind a "messenger" preaching a "message" so full of mistakes, contradictions, unclear words, invalid logic, etc, like Muhammad. No god ever was involved in a book of a quality like the Quran.

046 9/59c: "- - - Allah and His Prophet (Muhammad*) - - -". No god would give his prophet so much wrong knowledge, contradictions, etc.

047 9/59j: "(That would have been the right course)". To accept Muhammad's acts/words without comments or opposition - any dictator's dream.

048 9/62b: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*)- - -". See 9/59b+c above.

049 9/63d: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 9/59b+c above.

####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.

050 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.

051 9/71e: "- - - obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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.

052 9/74h: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". No omniscient god ever had a messenger preaching a lot of wrong facts, contradictions, etc., etc.

053 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.

054 9/84b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved 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.

055 9/90d: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) of Allah - - -". No omniscient god ever had a messenger preaching a lot of wrong facts, contradictions, etc., etc. Also see 9/88b above.

056 9/91b: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

057 9/94e: "- - - the Messenger (Muhammad*) of Allah - - -". A variation of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for connecting himself to his god and platform of power.

058 9/97d: "- - - Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####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.

059 9/107g: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". No omniscient god ever had a messenger preaching a lot of wrong facts, contradictions, etc., etc.

707 9/120a: “It was not fitting for the people of Medina and the Bedouin Arabs of the neighborhood, to refuse to follow Allah’s Messenger (to wage war - it refers to the expedition to Tabuk*) - - - “. But it is fitting for Islam to steal and rob and kill end enslave and suppress.

And it was “fitting” to make Muhammad a powerful warlord.

Have you ever heard words like "self-centered" or "selfishness"?

What then about “let there be no compulsion in religion”? - or about religious wars? - not to mention what about honesty and "do unto others like you want others do unto you"? - the basic law behind all real inter-human morality. Not to mention: Can Jesus and Muhammad be in the same line of prophets - (they in case have to preach approximately the same truths, the same basic ideas and the same moral code). No answer necessary - and the same goes for "is Yahweh the same god as Allah"?

060 10/2b: “- - - We (Allah*) have sent our inspiration (the Quran*) to a man (Muhammad*) from among themselves?” With this many mistakes, etc., the Quran is not from an omniscient god.

061 24/47c: "We believe in Allah and in the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his platform of power - his religion.

062 24/48a: "When they (Muslims*) are summoned to come to Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". In reality always to Muhammad. But by connecting the two names, the summon became much stronger. One of Muhammad's main mantras to connect himself to his 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 closely 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.

063 24/54a: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad - in real life always Muhammad*) - - -". See 24/48b and also see 24/51a and 24/51b above. A strengthened version of Muhammad’s standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his god and thus to his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

#####064 26/216a: (YA3234): "'Disobey thee (Muhammad*) - - -' implies that they did something wrong, for the Prophet (Muhammad*) commanded what was right and forbade what was wrong.'" Thus hate mongering, war mongering, murder of opponents, stealing/robbing, lying, deceiving and breaking oaths when that is better, extortion, enslaving, raping, raids for riches, is right in Islam. Muhammad did and commanded all this and more.

065 28/46e: "Yet (art thou (Muhammad*) sent) as a Mercy from thy Lord (Allah*) - - -". Muhammad with his Quran full of errors and mistakes was from no god - and no mercy to even his own people.

066 33/12d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's main but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god - his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####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.

067 33/22f: "- - - His (Allah’s*) Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". See 63/5a below.

068 33/29a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger - - -". standard, but never proved mantra for Muhammad to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

069 33/31b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power. Besides: A self centered 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.

070 33/33f: "- - - obey (o consorts of Muhammad*) Allah and His Messenger - - -". A stronger version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue 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.

In this case also a very nice order for Muhammad!

071 33/36d: "- - - by Allah and His Messenger - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his platform of power; his god.

072 33/57b: "Those who annoy Allah and His Messenger - Allah has cursed them in this world and in the Hereafter - - -". You had better not annoy Muhammad (Allah is able to take care of himself). The ultimate dream position for any dictator.

073 47/33b: "Obey Allah, and obey the Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his platform of power - here the mantra is in a very clear form.

074 48/9a: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and thus to his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

#####075 48/10b: A STRONG ONE FOR MUHAMMAD: "Verily those who plight their fealty to thee (Muhammad*) do no less than plight their fealty to Allah - - -". No comment necessary - on Earth Muhammad is the stand in for Allah: Power to Muhammad!

076 48/17d: "- - - obeys Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to Allah, his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

####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 48/28a: “It is He (Allah*) Who has sent His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". No god has ever sent a messenger with a message that full of errors, mistaken facts, contradictions, invalid logic, etc.

078 49/1d: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard but never proved mantra to glue himself to his god and platform of power.

079 49/14d: "- - - if ye (desert Arabs) obey Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A nice small condition - especially as here on Earth that meant: "If ye obey me, Muhammad".(Also on this point there is a great difference between Jesus and Muhammad. Jesus said "Follow me", Muhammad said "Obey me")

#### 080 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?

081 50/1f: "(- - - Allah's Messenger)". A variation of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his god and thus to his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

082 57/7a: "Believe in Allah and his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his god - his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

083 58/20c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for imprinting on his followers his position of power - is it a lie? 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".

122 58/21a: "It is I (Allah*) and My Messenger (Muhammad*) who must prevail". This decree has no value if not Allah exists and in addition is a major god. But all the same this may become true, as war cultures often wins over peaceful cultures - in spite of all propaganda about "the religion of peace" (an al-Taqiyya (a lawful lie)), Islam is a religion of war. If you want to protest to this fact, read first the some 22-24 surahs from Medina - the ones which really counts in many cases according to Islam's rules for abrogation (making verses invalid), because they are the youngest ones - made after Islam changed from rather peaceful to the use of weapons, robbery, raids, and war in/after 622 AD.

And: Was it only Muhammad out of Allah's claimed 124ooo+ messengers who must prevail? A depressing fact for all the other tens of thousands of claimed messengers.

Also: There never was a valid proof for that Muhammad was the representative of a god - Allah or any other.

084 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.

085 59/4b: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard, but never proved mantra for imprinting on his followers his position of power - is it a lie? 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".

086 59/8c: "- - - Allah and His Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". Muhammad's standard but never proved mantra for gluing himself to his god and his platform of power; Self-centered. Selfish?

087 61/5c: “- - - I (Moses*) am the Messenger of Allah (sent) to you (Jews*) - - -.” Allah or Yahweh? The Quran uses the name Allah for the god of the old Jews many places, claiming it is the same god. Often we have not “arrested” it, but the claim is not correct, as the teachings basically are far too different. Simply contradicted by the Bible. Also see 67/9c below - a strong one. But of course it is ok for Islam to prove - prove - the Bible wrong and the Quran right. But as we say: Prove, not just loose claims and as loose and invalid words like the Quran always use instead of proofs.

**088 61/9b: “It is He (Allah*) Who has sent His Messenger (Muhammad*) with Guidance - - -”. A teaching based on a book containing unbelievable perhaps 3ooo+ mistakes, loose statements, contradictions, invalid “signs” and “proofs” + at least some clear lies + statements telling that Muhammad did not respect even his oaths too much (2/225, 5/89, 16/91, 66/2 - and the stare case 3/54 (if Allah can cheat, cheating is ok - but how much cheating is it then in the Quran? - by Allah or by Muhammad), is not much of a guidance.

089 61/11b: “That ye (people*) believe in Allah and His Messenger, and that ye strive (your utmost) ("strive" in the Quran normally means take part in raids or war*)in the cause of Allah, with your property and your persons: that will be best for you, if ye but knew!” War agitation. The real “Religion of Peace.”

090 62/2a: “It is He (Allah*) Who has sent (Muhammad*)”. It is difficult to believe that an omniscient god sent a messenger with a message containing so much wrong, and a messenger taking so good care of himself. It simply is not correct. No omniscient god would do so. Neither would a good and benevolent god send such a harsh and bloody representative - Yahweh could be hard at times in OT, but nothing like Allah - and for a limited purpose, not to suppress the entire world like the Quran orders.

091 63/7c: "- - - Allah's Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A version of Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to his platform of power, Allah.

092 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 will do so?

093 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.

But was Muhammad really a messenger? - there only is his word for it, and the Quran proves that he far from was a reliable person + with strong motifs for using also dishonesty.

094 64/12a: "So obey Allah, and obey his Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -". A strengthened version of Muhammad's mantra to glue himself to supreme power. But a very nice slogan for Muhammad, as here on Earth to obey Allah was identical to obeying Muhammad - and the other way around.

Also each time the Quran orders people to obey Muhammad is a proof for that Jesus and Muhammad were not similar - Jesus normally said "follow me", not “obey me". There is a great distinction between those two expressions.

095 64/17d: "- - - He will grant you (Muslims*) Forgiveness - - -". There only are two who can forgive: The victim and a god. Is Allah a god - - - if he exists?

Another point is that to forgive - or for that case to punish or reward or fulfill prayers - means for Allah to change his Plan considering the sinner/person, something which according to the Quran is something nobody and nothing can make him do. See 2/187d above.

096 73/15a: “We (Allah*) have sent to you (O men!) a Messenger (Muhammad*) - - -”. Would an omniscient god send a messenger teaching a religion containing lots of mistakes and lots of hallmarks of a cheat and a deceiver? And would a good and benevolent god teach such a partly immoral moral code and a partly unjust law like you find in the teachings of Muhammad (we might also mention ethics, but there hardly is any ethics - ethics thinking - in the Quran)? Hardly. Islam will have to prove it - not only the usual undocumented claims, but real proofs.

Sub-total Chapter 47 = 96 + 4.466 = 4.562.


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