Muhammad in the Quran, Vol. 4: Chapter 88



This theme is handled in Chapter 19 above, but the fact that Muhammad obviously lied at least a number of places in the Quran, is such a serious point that we want to draw your attention to it in connection to the other facts about his ethical and moral code. His lies far from only had consequences during the life of Muhammad, but became parts of the Quran's basis and of its ethical and moral codes, with effects for the entire posterity as long as Islam will exist. And: If he lied about a number of things where we can see he lied, how many other places did he lie in the book?.

What do even the obvious lies mean for the reliability and the claimed truth of the Quran and for the claim that Islam is a real and not a made up and pagan religion?

We do not repeat the list here - see Chapter 19 above.

Sub-total Chapter 88 = 0 + 8.660 = 8.660.

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This work was upload with assistance of M. A. Khan, editor of and the author of "Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism, and Slavery".