Thursday, 14 August 2014

MUHAMMAD WAS JEWISH



The prophet Muhammad's mother was Aminah, who claimed to be descended from Abraham, and who was reportedly Jewish.


The original Kaaba was at some point dedicated to Hubal, a Nabatean deity, and contained 360 idols. According to Ibn Ishaq, an early biographer of Muhammad, the Ka'aba was itself previously addressed as a female deity.[18] Circumambulation was often performed naked by male pilgrims,[19] and linked to ancient fertility rites.[20]

When the prophet Muhammad was born, the people of Saudi Arabia were a mixture of Jews, Christians and idol-worshippers.

Muhammad, as a merchant, came into contact with many Jewish merchants and landowners.

Muhammad decided to reject idol-worship and adopt the Jewish religion.


Safiyah, one of Muhammad's Jewish wives.

Two of Prophet Muhammad's wives were Jewish.

"Muhammad clearly saw himself as part of the Jewish tradition. …

"Islam was a radical call back to the basic values of the Torah and even talmudic stories."

Muhammad bio


The Dome of the Rock marks the spot from which Muhammad is believed to have ascended to heaven.[92]

Muhammad regarded himself as the last prophet of the Jewish-Christian tradition.

The Koran is based mainly on the Old Testament.

Muhammad required that his followers were kosher.

Muhammad required that his followers keep the fast of Yom Kippur.

Muhammad required that his followers be circumcised.

Muhammad required that his followers pray facing Jerusalem. 

The Prophet Mohammed, a Jewish Messiah.

Muhammad only fell out with the Jews when they refused to accept him as their prophet.


Joseph Smith

Muhammad said that God had spoken to him through the angel Gabriel.

Muhammad is a bit like Joseph Smith, the founder of the Mormon branch of Christianity.

Joseph Smith claimed that he was spoken to by an angel who directed him to a buried book of golden plates inscribed with a Judeo-Christian history of an ancient American civilization.



Ali, one of the members of Mohammed's family reportedly had an affair with Mohammed.

Mohamed's closest friend was Zaid, his male slave.

Mohamed's first wife was Khadija. She was was aged forty at the time of their marriage and 'well past her youth'. Mohamed was about fifteen years younger.

Handsome fifteen year old Zaid was the wedding gift given by Khadija to Mohamed.

Mohamed and Zaid became very close friends.

Zaid's family found their son and tried to rescue him.

Zaid told his family that he wanted to stay with Mohamed. Zaid said: "I would not choose any man in preference to Mohamed. He is to me both a father and a mother."

Mohamed said: "Zaid is my heir and I am his."

Muhammad's youngest wife Aisha believed that if Zaid had not died, Mohamed would have made Zaid his successor.

Later in his life, Mohamed spent a lot of time with Zaid's son, Usama ibn Zaid.

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A group of people from Mecca plotted to kill Mohamed. When the murderers burst into Mohamed's room they found Mohamed's 23 year old cousin, Ali, lying on Mohamed's bed. Mohamed had escaped.

Ali was a handsome youth. Mohamed said that "Looking upon Ali is worship," and that "Ali would appear (even) to the dwellers of paradise as a morning star."

Reportedly, one historian wrote of Mohamed: "He often made (Ali) sleep by his side, and Ali enjoyed the warmth of Muhammad's body and inhaled the holy fragrance of his breath."

Mohamed, reportedly, said: 'Ali and I, fourteen thousand years before the creation of mankind, were one light. When Allah created Adam, he split this light into two, one of which I am and the other is Ali." (Salman)

We have read the Koran and we have lived in a Moslem country.

Nona: Prophet Mohamed / Gay Moslems

Skeptic's Annotated Quran - Skeptic's Annotated Bible.

22 comments:

  1. http://www.globalresearch.ca/censorship-in-hollywood-celebrities-being-blacklisted-by-pro-israeli-media/5395891

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  2. Joseph Smith, a rosicrucian-masonic initiate and member of a Pennsylvania rosicrucian-masonic lodge, had obtain the "book of Mormon" following the magikal procedures of Frederick Hockley a member of the Societas Rosicruciana in Anglia.
    Lately the "book of Mormon" had suffer censorship from the leaders of the LDS church and it is no more in it´s original condition leading to many religious\psychological errors and disfunctions.

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    1. Really? Is that why the LDS leaders encourage members to read, pray and truly study the scriptures daily? My family is LDS, you don't know what you are talking about. BTW, look into Masonry, it wasn't taken over by the Jewish-created Illuminati until after the late 1770's. And not all of the lodges were. From what I have studied the Jews did not create Masonry - they just took control of it.


      Ether 8:24-26 (BoM)
      24 Wherefore, the Lord commandeth you, when ye shall see these things come among you that ye shall awake to a sense of your awful situation, because of this secret combination which shall be among you; or wo be unto it, because of the blood of them who have been slain; for they cry from the dust for vengeance upon it, and also upon those who built it up.

      25 For it cometh to pass that whoso buildeth it up seeketh to overthrow the freedom of all lands, nations, and countries; and it bringeth to pass the destruction of all people, for it is built up by the devil, who is the father of all lies; even that same liar who beguiled our first parents, yea, even that same liar who hath caused man to commit murder from the beginning; who hath hardened the hearts of men that they have murdered the prophets, and stoned them, and cast them out from the beginning.

      26 Wherefore, I, Moroni, am commanded to write these things that evil may be done away, and that the time may come that Satan may have no power upon the hearts of the children of men, but that they may be persuaded to do good continually, that they may come unto the fountain of all righteousness and be saved.

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    2. THE AMERICAN MUHAMMAD:
      JOSEPH SMITH FOUNDER OF MORMONISM
      by Schmidt, Alvin

      Soon after Joseph Smith, Jr., founded the Mormon Church in 1830, newspaper editors called him “the American Mahomet,” “Modern Mahomet,” or “Yankee Mahomet.” In The American Muhammad, Alvin Schmidt has undertaken the challenging but informative task of documenting, discussing, and analyzing over seventy parallels that exist between Smith and Muhammad. He cites valid arguments why parallels between noteworthy individuals in history need to be studied in order to understand why they engaged in similar acts that left major marks in history. This fascinating book provides many facts not commonly known about Joseph Smith and Muhammad and will help readers see and understand how the teachings of these two men contradict biblical Christianity.
      Alvin J. Schmidt, MDiv, PhD, is professor of sociology emeritus at Illinois College, Jacksonville, IL, and a fellow of the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion. He is
      the author of numerous books, including the award-winning Fraternal Organizations (1980); The Menace of Multiculturalism (1997); and How Christianity Changed the World (2004).
      What Others Are Saying
      "No one is in a better position to identify the parallels between Islam and Mormonism—and their radical difference as compared with creedal Christianity."
      —John Warwick Montgomery, PhD, DTheol, LLD
      Distinguished Research Professor of Philosophy and Christian Thought, Patrick Henry College
      "At a time when Christianity is under assault worldwide, thispainstakingly researched and superbly written account of seventy parallels between the founders of two thriving socio-political faiths, Islam and Mormonism, should be compulsory reading for all."
      —Uwe Siemon-Netto, PhD, DLitt
      Director, Center for Lutheran Theology & Public Life
      "A must-read for everyone who wants to understand Joseph Smith and Muhammad."
      —Ted Baehr, JD, LHD
      Founder and Publisher of MOVIEGUIDE®: The Family Guide to Movies and Entertainment
      "The American Muhammad is a well-written and scholarly book—fascinating, well-researched, and eye-opening!"
      —Bill Federer
      Author of What Every American Needs to Know about the Qur’an
      Frequent guest on radio and TV programs
      "[Schmidt’s] conclusions are very thought-provoking, and are sure to spark
      considerable discussion among scholars and laymen alike. Serious researchers as well as curious readers will find many topics of interest among the dozens of parallels Dr. Schmidt has pointed out here."
      —Lane A. Thuet
      Co-Author of What Every Mormon (and Non-Mormon) Should Know
      Born LDS and raised in Salt Lake City as a Mormon for 22 years
      WILL SOMEONE -ANYONE - TELL GLENN BECK ABOUT THIS BOOK?
      Thomas Marsh was Joseph Smith's original senior apostle (president of the Council of the Twelve). He later left the Church, but always was a believer in The Book of Mormon. Marsh said: "I have heard the Prophet [Joseph Smith] says that...he would be the second Mahomet [Muhammed] to this generation." (Correspondance & Orders, 1841, p.57)

      George M. Hinkle, another close friend of Joseph Smith, and Commander of the Mormon Militia in Missouri, said I have heard Joseph Smith say, that he believed Mahomet was a good man; that the Koran was not a true thing, but that the world belied Mahomet as they belied him, and that Mahomet was a true prophet." (ibid, p.128)

      George A. Smith, cousin and confidant to Joseph Smith Jr., and apostle and counselor to Brigham Young, says in General Conference in 1855 (Brigham Young was seated right behind him): "About six hundred years after Christ a Prophet arose in Arabia, by the name of Mahomet [Muhammed]....Now this man descended from Abraham and was no doubt raised up by God." (Journal of Discourses 3:28)


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    3. Heidi, moroni or moron haha ?
      Of course not all masons were bad, stonemasons were good artisans ;-)))
      Heidi, sorry for you :
      ALL LDS is about mind control, just satanic cult " with public face"...
      Pls read David Icke, and ...good luck anyway, OMMM

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  3. As you said, reportedly, which in effect could mean anything. The Koran is not based on the Torah but a continuation where stories are told to their conclusion unlike the Torah. And a whole lot more when it comes to things scientific. It is obvious you have not read the Koran. If I am wrong and you have read the Koran maybe you should read it again, but this time with your eyes open.

    The word Jewish is a relatively new word for Israelites and came into usage about 200 years ago. While all Israelites, the correct term for so called "jews" at the time of Mohammed, can be described as Jews not all Jews can be described as Israelites. Jews are the Khazar converts and not the descendants of Isaac.

    Thanks for the Joseph Smith connection, most amusing. And everyone should have a good laugh at least once a day.

    Maybe you should leave Islam knocking alone until you are more educated about such matters. Cos it is obvious you do not know much at all about Islam. At least we should be grateful that you did not attempt to claim Mohammed was homosexual.

    You write some good stuff on the whole but sometimes you touch on subjects you would do well to avoid.

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  4. And there is again the connection between the Zionists and their relation with satanic cults: the Kaaba, the black cube in opposition to the divine sphere. It is like an ancient tribe imposed worship to Saturn's negative side because the cube hides an ancient cult place to the the good things related to the Moon (life, fertility, children,...)


    Here an interesting video about the relation between a corrupt cult to Saturn, satanic, the black cube, all of it very much alive in media, architecture and other aspects of our lives.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo46oeQN3HU

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  5. How could you reference, which quotes something silly as this? ( most of is not even accurate. )

    After being rejected he received a vision of Jewish Jinn (spirits), perhaps referring to the souls of the slaughtered Jewish troops, who eagerly accepted his message.

    Also the site sources its works from Jewish writers, thus, we assume from contextualizing Islamic evidence, that it is practically disinformation, the objective to convert by indirect association. One would generally require to absorb evidence from both sides to dissect and come to a logical truth.

    Most of your site is okay, rest is just nonsensical garbage. Please use corrective research skills before you site anything, and i would appreciate if you mention whether, its opinion or conjecture as apposed to truth. There is a fine line that you seem not to adhere too, which you then fall in to the same category as the ones who you appose. I.e Causing your own disinformation to the mental destitute. Thanks

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    1. Bernard writes: "How could you reference, which quotes something silly as this? ( most of is not even accurate. )"



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  6. If Muhammad was Jewish and if He copied the jewish holy book as you say,then why he said to his followers that Mary was a chaste virgin woman,and Her son Jesus was a mighty prophet of God?
    you know the jews call Jesus a bastard and you know they call his mother a harlot and that Jesus shall burn in Hell for etrernity in boiling seimon.
    Obviously,sir,you did not read chapter 19 titled MARY in the quran. see for yourself the reverence and respect Jesus and his mother enjoy in Islam.
    therefore,Muhammad can never degrade and praise Jesus and His mother at the same time.This is just one point by the way.there are many many.
    Please read the Quran insread of PASTE & COPY articles.
    I still enjoy your site,truly.
    thank and good luck.

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    1. Muhammad also borrowed from Christianity. I have read about Mary in the Koran.

      Islam is liberal on the island of Java, because it is very heavily influenced by Buddhism. Islam is illiberal in Saudi Arabia because it is controlled by crypto-Jews.

      - Aangirfan

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    2. Incorrect. If you read anthropology, then you will realize that, in some areas, especially where tribalism is more prevalent and has less outside influence, to curb the guilt of the newly adopted evidence regarding life, men tend to either mix both the old and new ideas or separate for special days. However this only occurs in small knitted conditions

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    3. I am losing interest in this site badly. Muhammad received the Word of God from Angel Gabriel. Have you no shame Irfan? Allah told Muhammad through Angel Gabriel that Mary was a virgin. Allah told Muhammad that Jesus was His Prophet.
      Never mind the other despicable allegations that you made.

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  7. Here is a resource for the study of the Quran:

    http://skepticsannotatedbible.com/quran/

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  8. Jesus, also was of Israelite stock and recognised the synagogue, as satan's work. You claim Muhammed's Islam was " a radical call back to the basic values of the Torah and even talmudic stories." Funny that as at the time of Muhammed, the Talmud was not fully codified and in flux being constantly revised well into the middle ages… It's not that simple but you jump to unsubstantiated conclusions by referencing – what else – jewish sources. Both Christianity and true Islam are the antithesis of satanic judaism.

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    1. Talmud's various tractates were already in written form at the time of Muhammad. Centuries earlier Jesus spoke about and condemned the tradition of scribes and elders, as Talmud in oral form was then known.But writings were immaterial to Muhammad because he relied on the oral exposition of the Judaism to know it.

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  9. "But that a camel-merchant should stir up insurrection in his village; that in league with some miserable followers he persuades them that he talks with the angel Gabriel; that he boasts of having been carried to heaven, where he received in part this unintelligible book, each page of which makes common sense shudder; that, to pay homage to this book, he delivers his country to iron and flame; that he cuts the throats of fathers and kidnaps daughters; that he gives to the defeated the choice of his religion or death: this is assuredly nothing any man can excuse, at least if he was not born a Turk, or if superstition has not extinguished all natural light in him."

    Referring to Muhammad, in a letter to Frederick II of Prussia (December 1740), published in Oeuvres complètes de Voltaire, Vol. 7 (1869), edited by Georges Avenel, p. 105.

    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Voltaire

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  10. "It is said, sometimes, that common sense is very rare. What does this expression mean? That, in many men, dawning reason is arrested in its progress by some prejudices; that a man who judges reasonably on one affair will deceive himself grossly in another. The Arab, who, besides being a good calculator, was a learned chemist and an exact astronomer, nevertheless believed that Mahomet put half of the moon into his sleeve.

    How is it that he was so much above common sense in the three sciences above mentioned, and beneath it when he proceeded to the subject of half the moon? It is because, in the first case, he had seen with his own eyes, and perfected his own intelligence; and, in the second, he had used the eyes of others, by shutting his own, and perverting the common sense within him.

    How could this strange perversion of mind operate? How could the ideas which had so regular and firm a footing in his brain, on many subjects, halt on another a thousand times more palpable and easy to comprehend? This man had always the same principles of intelligence in him; he must have therefore possessed a vitiated organ, as it sometimes happens that the most delicate epicure has a depraved taste in regard to a particular kind of nourishment.

    How did the organ of this Arab, who saw half of the moon in Mahomet’s sleeve, become disordered? — By fear. It had been told him that if he did not believe in this sleeve his soul, immediately after his death, in passing over the narrow bridge, would fall forever into the abyss. He was told much worse — if ever you doubt this sleeve, one dervish will treat you with ignominy; another will prove you mad, because, having all possible motives for credibility, you will not submit your superb reason to evidence; a third will refer you to the little divan of a small province, and you will be legally impaled.

    All this produces a panic in the good Arab, his wife, sister, and all his little family. They possess good sense in all the rest, but on this article their imagination is diseased like that of Pascal, who continually saw a precipice near his couch. But did our Arab really believe in the sleeve of Mahomet? No; he endeavored to believe it; he said, “It is impossible, but true — I believe that which I do not credit.” He formed a chaos of ideas in his head in regard to this sleeve, which he feared to disentangle, and he gave up his common sense."

    — Voltaire, A Philosophical Dictionary, chapter 127 COMMON SENSE.

    https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/v/voltaire/dictionary/complete.html

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  11. Jesus is a construct. That is to say there is not a supreme being. And I should know.

    http://thoughtwave.info/2014/07/02/decontructing-the-bible/

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  12. http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2011/08/secret-excavations-at-jerusalem-by.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2009/07/vedic-practises-in-mecca-ajit-vadakayil.html

    http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.in/2011/08/ibn-battuta-at-calicut-capt-ajit.html

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  13. Muhammad's family seemed fairly wealthy and connected to the merchant business as well...

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  14. It sounds like he was actually an Arab, who was fascinated by Jewish tradition and religion. I don't know how important that distinction is, given the intermingling and common genetic origin of many of these groups. It is interesting to me that Jews are probably unique in originating as an ethnic group that came to be seen more as a religion. You might make the comparison to Sikhs or the Pennsylvania Dutch/Amish community, but these started as and are still primarily religions, just ones that have become more and more ethnic as time goes on due to lack of interest in conversion and insular lives. I would say that Jews would be seen more as a racial/ethnic Mediterranean group today except for the fact that their origin myth, rich and spiritual as it is, was adapted by several major outside religious groups, Christianity and Islam being the most dominant. After all, nobody debates whether being "Norse" is a ethnicity or a religion. That isn't to minimize the difference between the huge written and monotheistic tradition of the Jews and the Norse mythology.

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