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the original Kaaba


It stinks of solecism, this Quoranic verse, when you put extant historical and archeological documentations together. The two cities are, historically, places in present day Saudi Arabia or Mecca. Is Muhammad not spoken of as the most honourable Arabian prophet? If this ayat wondered why Allah refused to place the responsibility of Islam’s prophetic office on an honourable man of Mecca and At-Ta’if, does that not mean that Muhammad was neither a man of honour nor whose origin is in Mecca? Does it also not prove that Muhammad was not an honourable man by Arabian standard? He is believed, according to an Arabic blogger, ChristianPrince, to have got the father of Khadija drunk, and in the wake of the morning, when the man enquired what he was doing with his daughter, Muhammad said to him, “You consented to our marriage and blessed it.” The man, furiously, “I did not!” was his denial. “Yes, you did,” countered Muhammad, and they were married, Khadija and Muhammad. Talk about honour: if this is true! Muhammad, as Qur’an consistently make us believe, was not from Mecca. Mecca, according to historical findings came into geographical knowledge only about 720 A.D., close to a century after his death. What does it say in the Muhammadan (Al-An’am) 6:92 “And this is a Book which We have sent down, blessed and confirming what was before it, that you may warn the Mother of Cities [i.e., Makkah] and those around it. Those who believe in the Hereafter believe in it, and they are maintaining their prayers.” Petra, up North of Mecca, is the city called “Mother of Cities” probably because of the civilization it gained for being an important territory of international trade. It has lots of water and reputably very agrarian. Mecca, on the other hand, was an aridity of desert crudity. Note the idolatrous totemism around the original Kaaba in the picture above. Muhammadan criticism of the Bible and Jesus Christ cannot be anything less than specious. Selah!Read More