Bel'am, Yaish, Addas, Yessar, Cebr, Salman the Persian.


What does the Quran say about this?


The ”God ” in the Quran explains this with the customary oath:
We take an oath that we know they (the unbelievers) say, ‘A mortal taught him,’ but the man to whom they allude speaks a foreign tongue, while this (The Quran) is eloquent Arabic speech. (Nahl (The Bee), verse: 103)

In the verses following the one above, the ‘infidels’ are threatened and defined as ‘liars’, ‘slanderers’ and they are informed that ‘a grievous punishment’ awaits them.

In the verse above, it is said that the person who was said to be instructing Muhammad was a foreigner, not an Arab.

Some people claim that it was a Greek slave named Bel'am who taught Muhammad.

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The first original scripts of the Quran were written on small stones, pieces of leather and wood, bones and similar things. All of them were burnt!
The second original of the Quran verses were gathered together during the time when Abu Bakr was the Caliph. They were burnt, too!
The third original one consisted of “yazmas” (manuscripts) copied during the time when Othman was the Caliph. They do not exist anywhere in the world!
The investigations and conveyances have shown that the verses in today’s Quran are neither exactly the same as the ones which are claimed to have been “dictated by Muhammad to his scribes”, nor does the present Quran contain “all” of the verses that existed in the original one. Caliph Mervan explains his reasons for burning the original copy as follows;
“All that was written in the original Quran was conveyed into the “Mushafs” (later copies of the Quran) by Othman, so there was no need for the original one. If it had not been burnt, some suspicions would have arisen and the doubts around the “Mushafs” would not have ceased. I was afraid of that, so I had the original scripts burnt.” (Ref.: ıb Ebi Davud, Leiden 1937, pub., p.243-Suphi e's-Salih Mebahis Fi ulum-il Kuran).

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Muhammad’s lust and his “god”

Aisha, one of Muhammad’s wives , says to him:

-"Ma era rabbeke illa yüsariu hevake" See: Buhari, e's-Sahih, Kitabu't-Tefsir/33/7,Kitabu'n-Nikah/29;From Diyanet publication of Tecrid, hadith no:1721;Müslim, e's-Sahih, Kitabu'r-Rıda/49,hadith no:1464;İbn Mace Sünen, Kitabu'No:-Nikah/57, hadith No: 200; Ahmed İbn Hanbel,6/134,158)

What is the meaning of this sentence ?

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Spit Therapy;

It has been told that Mohammed had treated many people with spittle.
His son in law Ali was one of them.

Mohammed;Where is Ali?

A müslim ;He has aching eyes.

Mohammed;Call him

After this conversation,Ali comes to Mohammed and Mohammed spits to Ali's eyes and treats him.
These sentences are exactly in a hadith;''Prophet had spat on Ali's eyes and his eyes have been
recovered immediately such like never had any pain.''(see,Buhari,e's-Sahih,kitabu'l-Cihad/102,143)

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As known curse means bad wishes,revile and malediction.
The one who is in the lower status wishes something from the one in upper status.
This wishing may be praying for god.Bad wishes called curse,and if you curse to someone,you
wish him to fall in a bad situation.You wish from a superior power.
It is normal for man to wish from a superior power.(Allah)
But it is incomprehensible if Allah wishes! As Allah is the superior power, from whom does he wish?
This is unacceptable. Quran interpreters have difficulty in explaining curses of Allah,and they are unable to give intelligible answers.

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