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The Case of a Jewish Woman of Banu Qurayzah
Narrated Aisha, Ummul Mu'minin: No woman of Banu Qurayzah was killed except one.

She was with me, talking and laughing on her back and belly (extremely), while the Apostle of

Allah (peace_be_upon_him) was killing her people with the swords. Suddenly a man called

her name: Where is so-and-so? She said: I asked: What is the matter with you? She said:

I did a new act. She said: The man took her and beheaded her. She said: I will not forget that

she was laughing extremely although she knew that she would be killed.  

(Book #14, Hadith #2665)

The Case of A Blind Man’s Wife
Ibn 'Abbas said that a blind man had an umm walad who used to curse the Prophet.

He scolded her and restrained her, but she would not be restrained. That night she began

to attack and revile the Prophet, so he killed her. He told the Prophet about that and he

said he had shed her blood with impunity.[11]

Ash-Shifa by Qadi 'Iyad ibn Musa al-Yahsubi , Muhammad Messenger of Allah.
The Case of a “Peeping Tom”!
Narrated Sahl bin Sa'd As-Sa'idi:

A man peeped through a hole in the door of Allah's Apostle's house, and at that time, Allah's

Apostle had a Midri (an iron comb or bar) with which he was rubbing his head. So when

Allah's Apostle saw him, he said (to him), "If I had been sure that you were looking at me

(through the door), I would have poked your eye with this (sharp iron bar)." Allah's Apostle

added, "The asking for permission to enter has been enjoined so that one may not look unlawfully

(at what there is in the house without the permission of its people)."

Bukhari, Volume 9, Book 83, Number 39:

Narrated Abu Huraira:

Abul Qasim said, "If any person peeps at you without your permission and you poke him

with a stick and injure his eye, you will not be blamed."
The Case of a Jewish Goldsmith of Banu Qaynuqa
Muhammad, who had served Medina as an arbitrator, decided

to drop the “arbi” and became just a traitor. A foolish Jewish

goldsmith of the Banu Qaynuqa clan of Medina gave Muhammad exactly the excuse he needed. The goldsmith embarrased the wife of a Muslim. Another Muslim overreacted by killing the goldsmith. The Jews killed the Muslim who killed the goldsmith. Muhammad instead of being an arbitrater in effect declared the Constitution of Medina no longer valid and attacked the Banu Qaynuqa. Fifteen days later the Banu Qaynuqa surrendered. Muhammad evicted the all the Banu Qaynuqa from their homes in Medina.
Later Muhammad attacked and defeated the wealthy tribe of Banu Nadir in Medina. Two years later he massacred all the Jewish men of the tribe.
Stuart Robinson, Mosques & Miracles, p. 49.

The Case of Al-Nader
After the Battle of Badr Muhammad ordered Al-Nader from Mecca to be killed because “he scoffed at Muhammad... and told better stories than the prophet himself.”
Ibn Warraq, Why I’m Not a Muslim, p. 93.

The Case of the People from the Urania Tribe

Narrated Anas ibn Malik: A group of people from the `Ukl (or `Uraina) tribe—but I

think he said that they were from `Ukl—came to Madinah and (they became ill, so)

the Prophet ordered them to go to the herd of (milch) camels and told them to go

out and drink the camels’ urine and milk (as a medicine). So they went and drank

it, and when they became healthy, they killed the camel herder and drove away

the camels. This news reached the Prophet early in the morning, so he sent (some)

men in their pursuit and they were captured and brought to the Prophet before

midday. He ordered their hands and legs to be cut off and their eyes to be

branded with heated iron pieces and they were thrown at Al-Harra, and when

they asked for water to drink, they were not given water. (Abu Qilaba said,

“Those were the people who committed theft and murder and reverted to disbelief

after being believers (Muslims), and fought against Allah and His Apostle”).

(Reported by Al-Bukhari)

Reported by da`iyah, Sheikh `Abdel Khaliq Hasan Ash-Shareef

It should be made clear that those people who came to the Prophet (peace and

blessings be upon him) were Muslims and they were sick. The Prophet advised

them to go to the herd of camels and to drink their milk and urine (as a medicine).

When they became healthy, they killed the herder of the Prophet and drove away

all the camels that were allocated for sadaqah (charity).

When the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) came to know about this, he applied

the punishment for Hirabah on them.

Hiraba means killing people, robbing their money or raping women by an armed group of

people. The punishment for Hirabah is mentioned in the Qur’an. Allah says: “The only reward

of those who make war upon Allah and His Messenger and strive after corruption in the land will

be that they will be killed or crucified, or have their hands and feet on alternate sides cut off, or

will be expelled out of the land. Such will be their degradation in the world, and in the Hereafter

theirs will be an awful doom” (Al-Ma’idah: 33).

As for branding their eyes, the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) branded the eyes of

the people of `Ukl or `Uraina with iron because they killed the herder and branded his eyes

with iron. Imam Ibn Hajar stated the differences of opinions among scholars and he said, “The

killing that took place (that is, in reference to the above hadith) was in retaliation and Allah

Almighty says, ‘And one who attacketh you, attack him in like manner as he attacked you’

(Al-Baqarah: 194).”

All in all, using this story as evidence in favor of the permissibility of torturing people in Islam

is refuted by the fact that the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) applied the punishment

for Hirabah on them and that he did not do so for personal vengeance.”
Whoever curses or harms Muhammad may be killed

There is also the letter of 'Umar ibn 'Abdu'l-'Aziz to his governor in Kufa. He had asked his

advice about killing a man who had cursed 'Umar. 'Umar wrote back to him, "It is not lawful

to kill a Muslim for cursing anyone except the Messenger of Allah. Whoever curses him, his

blood is lawful."
It is said that even if the one who says this conceals it, the same judgement applies to him as

to the heretic and he is killed because he has changed his deen. The Prophet said, "Strike off

the heads of all who change their deen."
In the hadith of Abu Barza as-Aslami it says, "One day I was sitting with Abu Bakr as-Siddiq

and he became angry at one of the Muslim men." Qadi Isma'il and other Imams said that the

man had cursed Abu Bakr. An-Nasa'i related it as, "I came to Abu Bakr and a man had been

rude and answered him back. I said, 'Khalif of Allah, let me strike off his head!' He said,

'Sit down. That is not for anyone except the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and

grant him peace.'

Qadi Abu Muhammad ibn Nasr said, "No one disagreed with him." So the Imams take this,

as a proof that anyone who does anything that might anger, harm or curse the Prophet in any

way should be killed.
Ash-Shifa by Qadi 'Iyad ibn Musa al-Yahsubi , Muhammad Messenger of Allah.
'Abdu'r-Razzaq mentioned that a man cursed the Prophet, causing the Prophet to say,

"Who will save me from my enemy?" Az-Zubayr said, "I will." He sent az-Zubayr and

he killed him.

It is related that a man forged lies against the Prophet and he sent 'Ali and az-Zubayr to kill him.

It is related that a woman used to curse the Prophet and he said, "Who will save me from

my enemy?" Khalid ibn al-Walid went out and killed her.

Ibn Qani' related that a man came to the Prophet and said, "Messenger of Allah, I heard

my father say something ugly about you, so I killed him," and that did not distress the Prophet.

Al-Mujahir ibn Abi Umayya, the Amir of Yemen, reported to Abu Bakr that a woman

there in the time of the Ridda[8]chanted curses against the Prophet, so he cut off her

hand and pulled out her front teeth. When Abu Bakr heard that, he said to him, "If you

had not done what you already did, I would have commanded you to kill her because the

hadd regarding the Prophet is not like the hadd regarding others."

Ash-Shifa by Qadi 'Iyad ibn Musa al-Yahsubi , Muhammad Messenger of Allah.


Muhammad ordered the murders of numerous people, often because they had insulted him years earlier or written poems against Islam, and he permitted lying as long as it would lead to the deaths of his enemies. He also commanded that apostates be killed.[33] Muhammad’s followers murdered both men and women, including a blind man, and they beheaded hundreds of Jews who had surrendered to the Muslims.  

Of course, these assassinations and executions do not necessitate the conclusion that Muhammad was a bloodthirsty tyrant, as is often claimed about him in Christian and Jewish writings. As I have previously stated, Muhammad also performed many kind and noble deeds, and he forgave many who fought against him. However, while Muhammad probably wasn’t as bad as some of his critics now claim, neither was he nearly as good as his admirers claim. As Thomas Lippman has noted,   

It seems safe to say that Muhammad was sincere, dedicated, courageous, generous, compassionate, and committed to social justice and reform. The uncritical admiration of him that one hears from ordinary Muslims, however, overlooks the evidence that the Prophet was also sometimes vengeful, spiteful, and duplicitous. He was, after all, human and ambitious too.[34] 

The completely gentle, infinitely forgiving, perfectly merciful Prophet who is proclaimed in Muslim writings simply never existed. The historical Muhammad bears more resemblance to the above passage from Lippman. Yet if Muslims truly believe that Muhammad was the most wonderful moral example in history, they should embrace all of his actions, not just the ones that fit in with the Christian morality that has been advanced in the West. In Islamic thought, Muhammad is the standard with which everyone else is to be compared; that is, whatever Muhammad did is, by definition, moral. If another standard of comparison is introduced, Islamic belief falls to pieces. For instance, when Muslims try so desperately to explain away Muhammad’s atrocities, they are attempting to show that Muhammad fits in with Christian moral standards. But such an attempt is absurd. Muhammad killed countless people (torturing many of them), robbed people, married thirteen women (one of them a juvenile), took part in the slave trade, and permitted women to be beaten by their husbands.[35] When he is judged by the standards laid down by Jesus, Muhammad fails miserably. Thus, when Muslims find themselves defending the moral character of Muhammad, they may be doing so because they find the moral standards of Jesus more compelling than the moral standards of Muhammad, and they may be consciously or unconsciously trying to replace the spotted life of Muhammad with the spotless life of Jesus. If so, it is time for Muslims to look to a different messenger, one who is truly worthy of our admiration, praise, reverence, and worship. 

[33] Al-Bukhari, Number 3017 relates that Muhammad said, “If somebody discards his religion, kill him.”

[34] Thomas W. Lippman, Understanding Islam: An Introduction to the Muslim World (New York: Penguin Putnam Inc., 2002), p. 52.

[35] For references, see “Islam Beheaded.” http://www.answeringinfidels.com/answering-infidels/answering-muslims/murdered-by-muhammad.html

(Note: Following in Muhammad’s example, Ali’s older son, Hussan, Hussain and eight generations of the descendents of Hussain, the Shi’ite İmams, were all murdered by the ruling Sunni Muslim leaders.)

Muhammad’s Self Assessment

  • Allah made him victorious by frightening his enemies.

  • The earth was made for him and for praying.

  • Booty was made lawful for him but not lawful for those before him.

  • He was given the right of intercession on the resurrection.

  • Prophets were sent to the nations, but only he was sent to all mankind.


Don’t Worship Muhammad
Abu Bakr: “O ye people, if anyone worships Muhammad, Muhammad is dead, but if anyone worships God, He is alive and dies not.”
Dr. Abraham Sarker, Understand My Muslim People, p. 66.

Muhammad Can’t Save You
Bukhari and Muslim: “Muhamamd said,

‘O People of Quraish be prepared for the hearafter. I cannot save you from the punishment of God,

O Bani Abd Manaf... I cannot be of help to you;

O Safia, aunt of the the Prophet I cannt be of help to you;

O Fatima, daughter of Muhammad, even you I cannot save’”
Dr. William Campbell, The Qur’an and the Bible, p. 296.

Is Muhammad an Intercesor?
Yes, Muhammad is an intercessor.
Bukhari 2:553.....Muhammad will interceed with Allah to judge amongst the people. He will proceed on until he will hold the ring of the door (of Paradise) and then Allah will exalt him to the Magam Mahud (the priviledge of intercession, etc.). And all the people of the gathering will send their praises to Allah.
Abi ‘Abdallah Muhammad Suliman Al-jazuli describes Muhammad as: “Intercessor of the Nation, and the Intercessor among Intercessors of the Resurrection day”.3
In a chapter entitled the “Two Hundred and One Names of Muhammad” he is called, “Perfect... Truth... Intercessor... the Spirit of Holiness... The Spirit of Truth... the Key of Heaven... Forgiving of Sins... and the Holder of Intercession...”4
3. Abi ‘Abdallah Muhammad Suliman Al-jazuli, Proofs of Blessing, pp. 63-64.

4. Ibid, pp.25-30.
Dr. William Campbell, The Qur’an and the Bible, p. 286.
No, Muhammad is not an intercessor.

Verses from the Qur’an on the Subject of Intercession

There will be no intercession by Idols or False Gods:
Bakara 2:48.....And guard yourself against a day when no soul will in aught avail another, nor will intercession be accepted from it.












God Alone has the power of intercession:





Intercession is by God’s Permission Alone:







Intercession only by he who bears witness to the truth:

Other Verses on the subject but without the word intercession:



Prophets who were ordered to pray for others:









71:2-4, 7 & 10.....










Muhamamd’s Final Sermon
O People, lend me an attentive ear, for I don’t know wheter, after this year, I shall ever be amongst you again. Therefor listen to what I am saying to you carefully, and take these words to those who could not be present here today.
O People, just as you regard this month, this day, this city as Sacred, so regard the life and property of very Muslim as a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you. Remember that you will indeed meet your Lord, and that He will indeed recon your deeds. Allah has forbidden you to take usury (interest), therefore all interest obligiation shall henceforth be waived...
Beware of Satan, for the safety of your religion. He has lost all hope that he will ever be able to lead you astray in big things, so beware of following him in small things.
O People, it is true that you have certain rights with regard to your women, but they also have right over you. If they abide by your right then to them belongs the right to be fed and clothed in kindness. Do treat your women well and be kind to them, for they are your partners and committed helpers. And it is your right that they do not make friends with any one of whom you do not approve, as well as never to commit adultery.
O People, listen to me in earnest, worship Allah, say your five daily prayers (Salah), fast during the month of Ramadan, and give your wealth in Zakat (almsgiving). Perform Hajj (pilgrimage) if you can afford to. You know that every Muslim is the brother of another Muslim. You are all equal. Nobody has superiority over other except by piety and good action.
Remember, one day you will appear before Allah and answer for your deeds. So beware, do not stray from the path of righteousness after I am gone.
O People, no prophet or apostle will come after me and no new faith will be born. Reason well, therefore, O People, and understand my words which I convey to you. I leave behind me two things, the Qur’an and my example, the Sunnah, and if you follow these you will never go astray.
All those who listen to me shall pass on my words to others and those to others again; and may the last ones understand my words better than those who listen to me directly. Be my witness oh Allah that I have conveyed your message to your people.
Dr. Abraham Sarker, Understand My Muslim People, pp. 63-64.

What Would Muhammad Do?





If Islam's image means more to you than the suffering of those thousands of innocent people murdered and maimed explicitly in the name of Allah each year, then it means that you are definitely a Muslim (or at least a well-known type of Muslim) and this page is for you.

As a Muslim, you know that life is full of tough choices.  Do you behead or not behead?  Have adult relations with your buddy's 9-year-old child...?  Take a female sex slave... ? 

For followers of the Religion of Peace, it all comes down to knowing what Muhammad did when faced with the same decisions (based on reliable Muslim sources, of course).  In fact, the more you know about the founder of Islam the better, even if you aren't Muslim.

Forget all those shifty apologists, trying to make Muhammad out to be some sort of "Jesus clone" based on a few obscure anecdotes.  The prophet of Islam definitely wasn't one to turn the other cheek or keep his worldly appetites in check. 

You want the truth?  Think you can handle it?  Well, here you are then...

What Would Muhammad Do?
(a checklist)


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