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Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

Has Allah sent a human Messenger?

The disbelievers regarded it as incredible that Allah would send a human messenger. This delusion originated from their inability to appreciate their worth as human beings, and the honor that Allah has conferred upon humankind over His other creatures.

You are not a Messenger!

You are not a Messenger!

The disbelievers of Quraish tried to implant doubt in the heart of the Messenger of Allah (pbuh) and his followers by denying his prophethood altogether. They claimed that he (pbuh) was neither a prophet nor a messenger. 

Allah did not reveal anything to a human being

Allah did not reveal anything to a human being

The Mushrikin, with vague and vain arguments designed to overthrow the truth and a stubborn refusal to see it, claimed: (Nothing did Allah send down to any human being.) Although close to them in the Arabian Peninsula lived People of Scripture, the Jews, whom they acknowledged to be followers of a Divine Book, the Torah.

Prostrate before our gods to prostrate before your God!

Prostrate before our gods to prostrate before your God!

The disbelievers tried to bargain with the Prophet (pbuh), saying: “O Muhammad! Come, let us worship what you worship and you worship what we worship so that you and we share the matter. If what you worship is better than what we worship, we will take a share of it. And if what we worship is better than what you worship, you will take a share of it.”

We will make you our king

We will make you our king

The disbelievers tried to tempt the Prophet (pbuh) with worldly riches, power, and sovereignty, laying them under his feet, hoping that this might dissuade him from calling people to Islam and worshiping Allah alone, with undivided allegiance.

Psychological Warfare

Psychological Warfare

Accepting a god other than one’s Maker creates servility in the soul and produces oppression. The souls of the Quraishi chiefs clung to worldly life, tightly shackled by a love of supremacy and the pleasures derived from it, and by a refusal to be molded by the principles of ‘Right and Wrong’, ‘Halal (Lawful) and Haram (Forbidden)’, ‘Do and Do not do’.