Mohammed killed human beings so he could walk round a stone. This disqualifies him from being a prophet

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  1. θ says:

    Which battle do you refer to? In fact Prophet Muhammad just enters the city of Makkah without shedding any blood similar to how he migrated from it previously.
    We Moslems wouldn’t expect the Trinitarians to be intellectually capable to see the Ka’bah as replica of the New Jerusalem.
    If one sees illustrative differences between an empty cubicle Ka’bah and so many earthy decorations of Jerusalem Temple, and compare them to the description of the New Jerusalem in the book of Revelation, he shall agree that the Ka’bah resembles the New Jerusalem on features, design and reverence more than that of Jerusalem Temple.

    Facts of the New Jerusalem: there’s no temple, no menorah, no Ark, no Torah’s tablet, no statue of cherubim, no veil or curtain, no Aaron’s staff, not pot of manna, no table for showbread, and no altar of incense.
    Facts of Ka’bah: a cubicle structure, four walls, gate, the stream of Zamzam below the foundation (allusion for the healing rivers), and the sideways yard (allusion for the Tree of Life), and foundation stone of the Black Stone (allusion for 12 foundation stones), and 3 pillars inside Ka’bah (allusion for 3 gates of each sides for the New Jerusalem).

    //en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Jerusalem
    John’s elaborate description of the New Jerusalem retains many features of the Garden of Eden and the paradise garden, such as rivers, a square shape, a wall, and the Tree of Life.
    Gates
    There are twelve gates in the wall oriented to the compass with three each on the east, north, south, and west sides. There is an angel at each gate, or gatehouse.
    Foundation stones
    The wall has twelve foundation stones, and on these are written the names of the Twelve Apostles.
    Revelation 21:22
    Verse 22 marks a sudden and remarkable shift in New Jerusalem apocalyptic rhetoric: “I saw no temple in the city, for its temple is the Lord God Almighty and the Lamb.” Following with the tradition of 3 Baruch and 4 Sibylline Oracles, Revelation foresees an eschaton without the Temple. Why has the Revelation suddenly denied an eschatological Temple? Verse 23 sheds light on this disparity.
    Verse 23 proclaims, “And the city has no need of sun or moon to shine on it, for the glory of God is the light, and its lamp is the lamb.” For the author of Revelation, there is no need for a Temple because the Lord will be the New Jerusalem’s eternal light and Jesus (the lamb) will be its lamp. This re-interpretation utilizes Isaiah to make its case: “The LORD will be your everlasting light, and your God will be your glory. Your sun shall no more go down, or your moon withdraw itself; for the LORD will be your everlasting light, and your days of mourning shall be ended.” (Isaiah 60:19)

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