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  Why they wanted to crucify Jesus written by Ansarul Haque

'Why they wanted to crucify Jesus written by Ansarul Haque

\'Why they wanted to crucify Jesus  written by Ansarul Haque



Why they wanted to crucify Jesus?


Jesus (pbuh) was undoubtedly a great prophet with the revelation of Allah's message. He was born in a family who followed Judaism as their religion and Jesus him-self followed the traditional path of Judaism without any deviation from the principles of Torah, which was reveled to Moses (pbuh). In Bible we have only a few direct words of Jesus among which the following passages are very remarkable. Jesus said:

“Do not think I came to destroy the Law of the Prophets, I came not to destroy, but to fulfill; for truly I say to you that sooner would heaven and earth pass away than for the smallest letter or on particle of a letter to pass away from the Law by any means and not all thing take place. Whoever, therefore, breaks one of these list commandments and teaches mankind to that effect, he will be called least' in relation to the kingdom of the heavens. As for anyone who does them and teaches them, this one will be called ‘great' in relations to the kingdom of the heavens.” (Matthew 5: 17, 18, 19.)

‘Then Jesus spoke to the crowds and to his disciples, saying: The scribes and the Pharisees have seated themselves in the seat of Moses. Therefore all the things they tell you, do and observe, but do not do according to their deeds, for they say but do not perform.’(Matthew 23:1, 2, 3).

Therefore it is evident that Jesus neither advised his disciples to deviate from the principles of Judaism nor he himself violated any of them. Then what was the reason for which the Jews wanted to kill him by fixing him on the cross?

Being the Oldest scriptures of Judaism Torah had been distorted in course of time and certain man-made infiltrations were made into it. It has it's proof in the Torah itself (Old Testament) as well as in the Synoptic Gospels.

In Isaiah 29: 13 we read: ‘ And Jehovah says:  For the reason that this people have come near with their mouth, and they have glorified me merely with their lip, and they have removed their heart itself far away from me and their fear towards me becomes men's commandment that is being taught, therefore here I am, the One that will act wonderfully again with this people, in a wonderful manner and with some thing wonderful; and the wisdom of their wise men must perish, and the very understanding of their discreet men will conceal itself.’

Again in the worst possible language Jehovah is seen to address the followers of Judaism, the sons of Israel in Isaiah 57: 3, 4 ‘ As for you men, come up close here, YOU sons of a soothsaying woman, the seed of an adulterous person and of a woman that commits prostitution : Over whom is it that YOU have a jolly good time? Against whom do you keep opening wide the mouth, keep sticking out the tongue? Are you not the children of transgression, the seed of falsehood, those who are working up passion among big trees, under every luxuriant tree, slaughtering the children in the torrent valleys under the clefts of the crags?’

‘How can YOU men say: We are wise, and the law of Jehovah is with us? Surely, now, the false style of the secretaries has worked in sheer falsehood. The wise ones have become ashamed. They have become terrified and will be caught. Look! They have rejected the very word of Jehovah, and what wisdom do they have? Therefore I shall give their wives to other men.’ Jeremiah,8: 8, 9.

Also in Matthew 15: 7- 9 we find in Jesus's own dialogue he rebuked the Jews of his time: ‘You hypocrites, Isaiah aptly prophesied about you, when he said, ‘This people honors me with their lips, yet their heart is far removed from me. It is in vain that they keep worshiping me, because they teach commands of men as doctrine.’

There are ample proofs that the Jewish Bible was found corrupted in Jesus's time for which Jesus (pbuh) vehemently protested against it.

Is it the only reason for which the Jews wanted to kill him by fixing in the cross? We see in the Old Testament that certain other prophets such as Isaiah and Jeremiah also used more harsh language for changing the mind of the Jews people towards true religion but they never wanted to kill those prophets. Then why, for Jesus they were so furious? Now let us discuss the reason.

The main two deviations pointed out by Jesus (pbuh) publicly, made the Jews furious and they wanted to kill him by some conspiracy or by hook or crook. (They conspired and Allah also conspired against them).

Jesus declared that the Jewish priests, scribes and Pharisees altered the Torah and placed the name of Isaac in place of Ishmael to show that the covenants of Allah were only with Isaac and not with Ishmael and also that Isaac (The father of the Jews) was the one to be sacrificed before Allah & it was not Ishmael (The father of the Arabs). Jesus declared that it was not true & that actually the covenants of Allah were also with Ishmael (seed of Abraham) and it was not Isaac but Ishmael who was to be sacrificed before Allah. (Holy Qur'an also affirms the above truth). Secondly Jesus told that the last Messiah, whose name will be Muhammad’ (pbuh), will born through the dynasty of Ishmael and not of Isaac as expressed in the Torah.

Did Jesus really tell it? Yes, in the Bible (Gospel) of Barnabas it is clearly mentioned.

From the under mentioned quotations it will be evident:

‘Then said Andrew: 'Thou hast told us many things of the Messiah, therefore of thy kindness tell us clearly all.' And in like manner the other disciples besought him.     Jesus said: .. for so promised God to Abraham, saying: "Behold, in thy seed I will bless all the tribes of the earth; and as thou hast broken in pieces the idols, O Abraham, even so shall thy seed do."'      James answered: 'O master, tell us in whom this promise as made; for the Jews say "in Isaac," and the Ishmaelites say 'in Ishmael." '  Jesus answered: 'David, whose son was he, and of what lineage?'      James answered: 'Of Isaac; for Isaac was father of Jacob, and Jacob was father of Judah, of whose lineage is David.'     Then said Jesus: 'And the messenger of God when he shall come, of what lineage will he be?' The disciples answered: 'Of David.'

Whereupon Jesus said: 'Ye deceive yourselves; for David in spirit calleth him lord, saying thus: "God said to my lord, sit thou on my right hand until I make thine enemies thy footstool. God shall send forth thy rod which shall have lordship in the midst of thine enemies." If the messenger of God whom ye call Messiah were son of David, how should David call him lord? Believe me, for verily I say to you, that the promise was made in Ishmael, not in Isaac.'

Thereupon, said the disciples: 'O master, it is thus written in the book of Moses that in Isaac was the promise made.''      Jesus answered, with a groan: 'It is so written, but Moses wrote it not, nor Joshua, but rather our rabbis, who fear not God. Verily I say unto you, that if ye consider the words of the angel Gabriel, ye shall discover the malice of our scribes and doctors. For the angel said: "Abraham, the entire world shall know how God loveth thee; but how the world shall know the love that thou bearest to God? Assuredly it is necessary that thou do something for love of God." Abraham answered: "Behold the servant of God, ready to do all that which God shall will."

'Then spoke God, saying to Abraham: "Take thy son, thy firstborn Ishmael, and come up the mountain to sacrifice him."

How is Isaac firstborn, if when Isaac was born Ishmael was seven years old?

Then said the disciples: 'Clear is the deception of our doctors: therefore tell us thou the truth, because we know that thou art sent from God.'      Then answered Jesus: 'Verily I say unto you, that Satan ever seeketh to annual the laws of God; and therefore he with his followers, hypocrites and evil-doers, the former with false doctrine, the latter with lewd living, to-day have contaminated almost all things, so that scarcely is the truth found. Woe to the hypocrites! For the praises of this world shall turn for them into insults and torments in hell .      'I therefore say unto you that the messenger of God is a splendor that shall give gladness to nearly all that God hath made, for he is adorned with the spirit of understanding and of counsel, the spirit of wisdom and might, the spirit of fear and love, the spirit of prudence and temperance, he is adorned with the spirit of charity and mercy, the spirit of justice and piety, the spirit of gentleness and patience, which he hath received from God three times more than he hath given to all his creatures. O blessed time, when he shall come to the world! Believe me that I have seen him and have done him reverence, even as every prophet hath seen him: seeing that of his spirit God giveth to them prophecy. And when I saw him my soul was filled with consolation, saying: "O Muhammad, God be with thee, and may he make me worthy to untie thy shoe latchet, for obtaining this I shall be a great prophet and holy one of God."

Again in Chapter number 191 (Book of Moses on the Messiah) of  ‘The Gospel of Barnabas’  we see: ‘Whereupon said the scribe: I have seen an old book; written by the hand of Moses and Joshua ;(he who made the sun stand still; as you have done), servants and prophets of God, which book is the true Book of Moses. Therein is written that Ishmael is the father of Messiah, and Isaac the father of the messenger of the Messiah. And thus says the book- that Moses said: "Lord God of Israel, mighty and merciful, manifest to your servant the splendor of your glory."

‘Whereupon God showed him his Messenger in the arms of Ishmael, and Ishmael in the arms of Abraham. Near to Ishmael stood Isaac, in whose arms was a child, who with his finger pointed to the Messenger of God, saying: "This is he for whom God has created all things." Whereupon Moses cried out with joy: "O Ishmael, you have in your arms all the world, and paradise! Be mindful of me, God's servant, that I may find grace in God's sight by means of your son, for whom God has made all."

Above are the quotations from ‘The Gospel of Barnabas’  where Jesus (pbuh) explained every thing, that are  the Covenants of Allah was also with Ishmael who was to be sacrificed before Allah (not Isaac) and the last Messenger will come through the dynasty of Ishmael, not that of Isaac; and the name of the last Messenger would be Muhammad (pbuh).

The Jews and Christians at present-day, do not accept the Gospel of Barnabas as genuine although the same was accepted as a Canonical Gospel in the Churches of Alexandria till 325 C.E.

Iranaeus (130-200) wrote in support of pure monotheism and opposed Paul for injecting into Christianity doctrines of the pagan Roman religion and Platonic philosophy.  He had quoted extensively from the Gospel of Barnabas in support of his views. This shows that the Gospel of Barnabas was in circulation in the first and second centuries of Christianity. The same Gospel along with others written in Hebrew were banned and bunt to ashes when in 325 C.E. the Nicene Council was held, where only four Gospels ((Matthew, Mark, Luke, John) were accepted as canonical and it was ordered that all original Gospels in Hebrew script should be destroyed. An edict was issued that any one in possession of those Gospels will be put to death.

If the above statements of Jesus in the Gospel of Barnabas are taken as correct, (correct undoubtedly) then there is no basis of Judaism & Christianity as separate religions in the world, other than Islam. Actually the religion ‘Islam' sprang divinely through Adam, Noah, Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, Aaron, David, Solomon, Jesus (peace be upon all of them) and accomplished it's full manifestation through Muhammad (pbuh) the last and final Messenger of Allah.

Jesus when openly declared the above truths, the Jewish priests, scribes and Pharisees became his stern enemies and they wanted to kill him by crucifixion.

However if we stop here & proceed no further with the Gospel of Barnabas and go through the Old Testament and the Synoptic Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, John), which the Christians supposed to believe, we are quite capable to prove our above claim regarding Ishmael and the Last Messenger of Allah.

Yes! Truth will be opened. Truth is such a thing when presented before human reasons, for judgment; it comes out in a very distinct manner. As Muslims we take the word of Allah in the Holy Qur'an as the supreme truth, but only for satisfaction of our Christian friends, let us prove the above truth from their Bible.

As per record of the Old Testament, the prophet Abraham (pbuh) had three wives. The eldest was Sarah and the later was Hager (Hazera) and the last was Ke-tu'rah (married after death of Sarah).

Hager was an Egyptian maidservant to Sarah, married to Abraham as his wife.

"And Sarai Abram's wife took Hagar her maid the Egyptian, after Abram had dwelt ten years in the land of Canaan, and gave her to her husband Abram to be his wife ." Genesis 16:3

It is therefore evident that Hager was Abraham's married wife and not a concubine. Being the son of a legitimate wife Ishmael was a legitimate son of Abraham. Some people may claim that even though Ishmael was Abraham's "seed," still, "seed" may be a lesser designation than "son," and only Isaac was Abraham's "son." (Seed never gets any lesser value than son as it means all descendants). However, the Bible also bears witness to the fact that Ishmael was Abraham's "son" :

"And Abraham took Ishmael his son ." Genesis 17:23

Not only that, but the Bible tells us that Ishmael remained the legitimate son of Abraham even after his death. Ishmael attended the burial of Abraham with Isaac, although as per Genesis 25: 1 & 2, Abraham had another six sons from his third wife Ke-tu'rah, and there is no mention whether they attended the funeral of their father or not.

"Then Abraham gave up the ghost, and died in a good old age, an old man, and full [of years]; and was gathered to his people. And his sons Isaac and Ishmael buried him in the cave of Machpelah" . Genesis 25:8-9

It denotes that Ishmael had great importance and honor in their society.

Once the legitimacy of Hagar as Abraham's wife and Ishmael as his son has been established, now the objection of many becomes that Isaac was a better and truer son of Abraham because he was the son of the free woman not the bondwoman. However, the law of the Old Testament does not support this claim. According to this law, the first-born son was to have double portions of honor, and even inheritance, and this right could not be affected by the status of his mother.

"If a man have two wives, one beloved, and another hated, and they have born him children, [both] the beloved and the hated; and [if] the firstborn son be hers that was hated: Then it shall be, when he maketh his sons to inherit [that] which he hath, [that] he may not make the son of the beloved firstborn before the son of the hated, [which is indeed] the firstborn: But he shall acknowledge the son of the hated [for] the firstborn, by giving him a double portion of all that he hath: for he [is] the beginning of his strength; the right of the firstborn [is] his." Deuteronomy 21:15-17

"However deeply rooted [polygamy] was before the exile may be seen from the parable of Ezekiel. 2, which represents, Yahweh as the husband of two wives. The law of Deuteronomy 21:15-17 which is parallel to several Mesopotamian law, protects the 'hated' wife and her children especially if she has borne the firstborn son (hated here means less loved)..." The Dictionary of the Bible, John McKenzie, S. J., Collier books, p. 549.

As we have already seen, God's covenant was with the "seed" of Abraham (pbuh), among whom, was Ishmael. Secondly, there are many verses, which specifically single out Ishmael for God's blessing. After the birth of Ishmael and before the birth of Isaac, God repeats his promise to Abraham to bless all the earth through his progeny.

"As for me, behold, my covenant [is] with thee, and thou shalt be a father of many nations." Genesis 17:4

Also, "And also of the son of the bondwoman (Hagar) will I make a nation, because he [is] thy seed. ......... I will make him a great nation." Genesis 21:13

"The Jewish Haggadah identifies Ishmael as one of the six men who were given a name by God before their birth (Ginsberg, LJ 1.239)."

So, not only is Ishmael a legitimate son of Abraham, but Allah Almighty promised to bless Ishmael's descendants just as he would in the future promise to bless Isaac's descendants. Further, Allah's covenant of circumcision with Abraham was fulfilled in Ishmael long before the birth of Isaac, which the Muslims still follow as one of their main religious customs.

Sarah was a barren woman and bore him no children (Genesis 16:1). God then made a great promise to Abraham even before any children were born to him. Sarah expected that if there be any issue from her maid-servant that would be considered as her own issue according to the Jewish custom at that time. Abraham was eighty-six years old when Ishmael was born to Hager (Genesis 16:16). When Abraham reached ninety-nine years of age, Ishmael was thirteen years old and remained the only son of Abraham. At that time, Allah promised to establish his covenant with all of Abraham's "seed" (without exception). God then informed Abraham that his covenant shall be given through circumcision, so Abraham immediately circumcised himself and also Ishmael, the father of the Arabs (Genesis 17:23), thus establishing Allah's covenant with Ishmael. At that time Isaac was not born.

When Abraham reached one hundred years of age, God blessed him with a second son, Isaac (Genesis 21:5). Isaac was born to him through his first wife, Sarah. The Bible tells us that because of Sarah's jealousy that Ishmael may inherit with her own son Isaac (Genesis 21:10), she had Abraham cast out Hagar and Ishmael and send them to the wilderness of "Paran" (genesis 21:21). We are told that she was particularly angry with, what she considered to be a mockery on the part of Ishmael towards her own son Isaac. This incident is alleged to have occurred after Isaac was weaned as narrated in Genesis 21:8.

This makes Ishmael fourteen years older than Isaac. The above expulsion of Ishmael and his mother is alleged to have occurred after Isaac was weaned (Genesis 21:8). Muslims wean their children after two years. Biblical scholars tell us that their babies were weaned about the age of three. This makes Ishmael at least seventeen years old at the time of the alleged mockery and expulsion. The profile of Ishmael in Genesis 21:14-19 however, is one of a small baby and not that of a full-grown teenager of seventeen or years. Let us study it.

1) According to the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible which was compiled from manuscripts more ancient than those of the King James Version of the Bible, the verse of Genesis 21:14 reads "..putting [it] on her shoulder, along with the child." Did Abraham put a seventeen years old boy on Hagar's shoulder? It would be more logical for him to put Hagar on Ishmael's shoulder if he were, as claimed, seventeen years old at the time. So Ishmael must have been a baby at the time.

2) In Genesis 21:15 we read "and she cast the child under one of the shrubs." Did Hagar "cast" a seventeen years old teenager under a shrub? This too is consistent with a baby and not a full-grown teenager.

3) We read in Genesis 21:16 that Hagar sat far away from Ishmael so as not to see him die before her own eyes. Is this the profile of a full-grown teenager who should, more appropriately be worried about his mother or of a helpless baby?

4) In Genesis 21:17 we read the angel's command to Hagar: "Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in thine hand;" Who would be more capable of lifting the other up, Hagar or her seventeen year old teenage son? This too is the profile of a little baby.

5) Throughout this story we are drawn a picture of Hagar doing this, and Hagar doing that, and Hagar worrying, and Hagar weeping, and so on while Ishmael sits where he was "cast," under the shrub. Would a full grown teenager of seventeen sit under a shrub and wait for his mother and himself to die while his mother looked for water for him, or would he have her sit in the shade while he went in search of water?

6) Even the angel did not address both of them but only Hagar, the only one who would understand. Once again we see the profile of a baby and not a seventeen year-old teenager.

7) Ishmael is always referred to as "the child" and "the lad" in the story. Do people usually refer to seventeen year-old teenagers as "child" and "lad"?

8) In Genesis 21:20 we read that after this incident, "God was with the lad; and he grew, and dwelt in the wilderness, and became an archer." Is this a profile of a fully developed teenager or a child who is growing up, learning, and developing?

Between the above two contradictory descriptions of the Bible (1) "and she cast the child under one of the shrubs." of Genesis 21:14 describing Ishmael as a child and (2) alleged mockery on the day of Isaac's weaning as narrated in Genesis 21:8 evidencing Ishmael as a young man of at least seventeen years, one must be false and fabricated.

We clearly see that the Jews had so much corrupted the Torah ( Old Testament) with their additions and alterations that they had turned it into a lie! But it is easily understood that the additions / alterations are made without applying appropriate mind or intellect as a result these eye catching discrepancies are found often.

When simply the name of Isaac in the Old Testament was inserted in place of Ishmael, they would have probably forgotten to omit the ward ‘the only son’, the adjective which was never appropriate with Isaac, but quite fit for Ishmael. So when the name of Isaac, found to be followed by the ward ‘the only son’, it surely rose suspicion about the alteration, as Isaac was never ‘the only son ‘, but ‘the only son ‘was Ishmael before the birth of Isaac. This is to be noted that, by changing this one word from "Ishmael" to "Isaac" the Jew scribes wanted to exclude an entire branch of Abraham's descendants (the Arabs) , from God's covenant and to make it exclusively for the Jews? If Ishmael is reinstated as the one mentioned in Genesis 22:2 then the stories in the Bible begin to make sense once again.

What was the fault of Ishmael? Why the Jews became so jealous of him? Why they hate him so much? Is it for that he was the son of a bondwoman? Or for that he was the step-brother of Isaac? Or for that his mother was a non-Jew? Let us discuss the questions one by one.

Ishmael (pbuh) had no fault to be the son of a bondwoman or a non-Jew woman as we find many ancestors of the prophets of the Jew traditions who were not only the sons of bondwoman or non-Jew woman but also issues of concubine, and illegitimate sons (as described in Bible), but they were not hated in the Jew society and their descendants were duly accepted as God's prophets in the Bible.

The word ‘Judaism' or ‘Jew' was derived from the name of Yahuda or Judah. He had two sons (twine) named Pe'rez and Ze'rah who were born as a result of illegal coitus of Judah with his daughter-in-law Ta'mar. (Old Testament, Genesis 38: 13 to 30). Pe'rez was the ancestor of Prophet David, Solomon as well as of Jesus. (Matthew 1: 3, 6,7, 16) and the Jews and Christians find no objections in it.

Further, it is well known that fully six of the tribes of Israel trace their ancestry through the second wife of Jacob (Israel), Rachel, and two of his concubines, Bilhah, and Zilpah. Nowhere in the Bible is it mentioned that these six tribes are disqualified from God's covenant simply because their mother was the "second" wife of Jacob or one of his concubines.

Bo'az, another ancestor of Jew prophets, married to Ruth a Moabite widow, had his son O'bed who was the grand-father of Prophet David. (Old Testament:Ruth). Moabite women, according to the Old Testament, were women used to lure Israelite men into immorality and the worship of the pagan god Baal.

While Ishmael was the first begotten son of Abraham, we notice that O'bed was the tenth grandson of Abraham (The Old and New Testament genealogies differ in the actual names). So, if O'bed is given such legitimacy in the Old Testament as being a legitimate father in their most royal line, even though he is the son of a bondwoman, then Ishmael's claim to this legitimacy is much older and more pronounced.

It is therefore evident that the Jew scribes purposely omitted Ishmael's name (as a sharer of Allah's covenants) to hide something from the future generation of mankind, for which they had full & propound knowledge. What was that?

This is to be noted here that the Jews always suffer with a racial superiority complex. They consider themselves as a superior being specially chosen by God. They consider that God has created this world only for them and bestrews all good things to them and to them only. All Goyim (other than Jews) are created for rendering services to them.

They received clear indications in Torah, that the Last Messiah will come in the dynasty of Ishmael from Arabia and his name will be Muhammad' (pbuh). The Jews during exile in Babylon gathered some secret knowledge about astrology, numerology and other symbolisms. They even calculated the time when the Last Messenger shall come to the world. They always expected that God should be pleased to send him through their dynasty (Isaac) as they were the chosen people of God, but when it was revealed that he would come through the dynasty of Ishmael, they were so jealous that they could not tolerate the truth. They altered the Torah. But the truth was truth.

Allah said to Moses ‘ A prophet , I shall raise up for them (Jews) from the midst of their brothers (Descendants of Ishmael are the brothers of the Jews) like you (like Moses: Muhammad (pbuh) was more alike Moses than Jesus was); and I shall indeed put my words in his mouth, (Muhammad (pbuh) was given direct words from Allah) and he will certainly speak to them all that I shall command him.’  (Deuteronomy 18; 18)

‘Jesus said to them: ‘ Did you never read in the Scriptures, The stone that the builders rejected is the one that has become the chief corner stone. From Jehovah this has come to be, and it is marvelous in our eyes? This why I say to you, the kingdom of God will be taken from you and be given to a nation producing it's fruits. Also the person falling upon this stone will be shattered. As for anyone upon whom it falls, it will pulverize him.’ Matthew 21: 42 to 45

In Luke 20: 17, 18, we have the same descriptions.

This is very much clear that the rejected stone was the dynasty of Ishmael (pbuh) (it is neither Jesus nor his dynasty) a nation producing it's fruits' is the Arab Muslims. It is also historically proved that any force that had come to struggle with the Muslims such as the Roman & Persian Empires had been destroyed.

In several other quotations from the Bible such as John 14 : 16,17,18, 26, 27 and John 16: 7,8,13,14,15 wherein Jesus prophesied about ‘ another helper’, ‘ the spirit of the truth’, ‘another comforter’, "Pereiklitos" or the "Paraclete" all were indicated towards the last Messenger  named ‘Muhammad' (pbuh) without any doubt and confusion.

The another Helper as mentioned by Jesus in the Bible, can not be the angel Gabriel or the Holy Ghost as we may well understand that the Holy Ghost or the angel Gabriel used to come to various prophets even before Jesus and also to Jesus and in that case it was therefore not proper to say --‘I will request the Father and He will give you another helper to be with you forever. The spirit of the truth, which the world cannot receive.’ John 14: 16, 17

‘Nevertheless I am telling you the truth. It is for your benefit I am going away, for if I do not go away, the helper will by no means come to you; but if I do go my way I will send him to you.’ John 16: 7

The angel Gabriel or the Holy Ghost (the message bearer angel) used to come to Jesus and other prophets regularly, it has records in the Bible, then what was the reason and why Jesus was telling  ‘for if I do not go away, the helper will by no means come to you;’ It clearly means that the person who will come was not the angel Gabriel or the Holy Ghost.

It was undoubtedly the Prophet of whom God assured Moses as - ‘A prophet , I shall raise up for them (Jews) from the midst of their brothers’, and that was the last Prophet Mohammad ( pbuh).

The Jews therefore knew clearly that the covenant was very much with Ishmael (pbuh) and the last Messenger named ‘Muhammad' (pbuh) will come through his dynasty. For that reason they wanted to change the scriptures as per their own wills and whims to save the face of their own people, which are evident in the Torah itself as described above.

The direct disciples of Jesus like Peter and Barnabas at their time, were also well aware of the above facts but they became cornered and when the doctrines of Paul and others (who were not Jesus' disciples at all) virtually corrupted Jesus' religion of Monotheism, gradually it lost its original character.

Some of the Jews and Christians after the birth of the Last Prophet calculated the exact time and place to find him to herm for him. When he went to Syria with his uncle for business purpose, some of them cautioned him and advised to leave the place immediately. But all conspiracies against him were in vain and Allah saved his messenger Muhammad (pbuh) from all oppositions and the light of Islam blazed to eradicate the falsehood and lie to show mankind the right path towards Almighty Creator Allah to have peace in this worldly life and the life hereafter.

The world have seen the burning truth that the last Messenger named ‘Muhammad' (pbuh) graced the human civilization by coming through the dynasty of Ishmael (pbuh) and the continuity of the prophet-hood ended with him, providing a complete code of life for entire mankind forever. If someone does not accept the truth, there is no compulsion but our duty is up to convey.

 

Written by

Ansarul Haque

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Date:- 06 Mar 2015 ।