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Prophecies of Muhammad (pbuh) in the Hindu scriptures convinces a Girl to enter the fold of Islam



Dr Zakir Naik answers a Question posed by Non-Muslim woman (Miss Jal).
“Prophecies of Muhammad (pbuh) in the Hindu scriptures convinces a Hindu Girl to enter the fold of Islam.”

Lecture Name: Misconception about Islam (Dubai -2009 – Part 1)
Video Code: MAI_DUB_6

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  1. With no insult to any Muslim, lets talk about historical context about Muhammad and Quran Though Zaik misinterpreted to press the case and convince the gullible audience quoting a lot of references to crazy books of Hinduism (Which too is another crazy and useless religion). The writer of Hindu scriptures however made no referent in any book in Hinduism about Mohammad. This is mere fabrication by Ziak. About prophet Mouhamad , he was born illiterate and grew up as warlord in the Arabic Peninsula. He was better than those barbarians in then Saudi Arabia and educated most barbarians in that society. There were many tribes and cult practiced at that time. Muhammad wanted to claim land in then Saudi Arabia and borrowed the GOD concept from equally rubbish book called Bible (old testament) to pacify and frighten the savaged Arabs and got his support to conquer many foreign lands. Muhammad was a good leader and set an exemplary life for crazy Arabs at that time. His followers compiled a book called Quran with the aim of civilizing barbaric arabas and uniting them under one umbrella. The Islam is a political and social system .

  2. He thinks of Shiva will loose his followers 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 think where his mind is … He is loosing it if you come with such a comment

  3. By comparison of vedic scripture character maha madh with prophet Muhammad zakir Naik has done blasphemy and for this zakir Naik should be given same punishment that applies for blasphemers because he has linked prophet Muhammad to a very very bad character who drinks human blood and evil person. The vedic text are talking about a very evil person but zakir Naik has fooled people by calling this very evil person as Mohammad….this is why zakir Naik should be punished for blasphemy and for disrespecting rasullah. Any Muslim who does not take his head is a son of yazid and a munafiq.

  4. Spreading lies once again Zakir? Muhammad was described as an asur/rakshas (demon) in the Vedas. It states that an evil man, Muhammad, would come thousands of years later and wreak havoc on humanity and the world. That he would lead people on an "ungodly" path towards darkness, evil and hate, commiting many sins. Away from the energy of "love" which IS God! Don't believe me? Go read Vedas directly. Islam is built on lies only. This is why everyone is leaving it even when the punishment for leaving is death in Islamic countries. That's how barbaric and evil Islam is. Allah can only be Satan (Shatan) 😂

  5. How did the “god” in Hinduism or the “being” that they worship know and write that a prophet called muhammed will be the last messenger and his dads name
    Will be Abdullah and all the other prophecies 2500 BC even tough that the Hindu scriptures aren’t the word of god . How was this “being” very specific . How are Muslims happy that Muhammed is found in the Hindu scriptures and the prophecy in the Hindu scriptures about prophet Muhammad actually happened, doesn’t this show that the Hindu scriptures are the word of a “being” that knows the future, as it was wrote even before Muhammed was born. Shouldn’t us as Muslims try to deny the fact that the person they’re taking about in the prophecy isn’t Muhammed to show that the prophecy wasn’t fulfilled and the “being” that wrote the Hindu scriptures isn’t all knowing and doesn’t know the future and that Islam is the true word of god. And if our excuse as Muslims is that it was a coincidence, aren’t we making double standards, Because In the Quran and ahadith there are some prophecies that were said such as the construction of large buildings before the day of resurrection, people can say this was also a coincidence and everything else was a coincidence. Why should we say that the 100 verses in the Hindu scriptures talking about muhammed were a coincidence, even though we can say that the prophecies made by Allah and prophet Muhammed were also a coincidence. I just want to strengthen my iman, so please I want a logical and relevant answer

  6. Prophet Muhammed is in the holy Veda and we accept him as pure servant of God but also Lord Kalki is in the Vedas. Lord Kalki is Lord Krishna avatar but Dr Zakir Naik he has mixed both story togerher. I heard him in speaking in a video. Lord Kalki is not Prophet Muhammed but is Lord Krishna avatar, Lord Kalki is Lord not prophet and he will come at the end and the beggining of the next age.

  7. May Allah Give My Life to Dr Zakir Naik Becasue his noble works
    All non muslims please understand
    Dr Zakir is a blessing for U all
    Ur religious elders are decieving U plz Do research on ur religion
    hereafter is never lasting

  8. First, in regards to Deuteronomy 18:15-22, the immediate context of this passage refers back to verses 9-14. There Moses warns the people of the danger of false prophets. God’s people are to avoid any and all who presume to speak authoritatively about spiritual truth apart from God’s truth. What is God’s truth? Verse 15 says a particular prophet will arise from the Jews (i.e., “your own brothers”) who will be like Moses. Notice that it’s not just any prophet, as there have been many, but a special prophet. People who studied and believed the Old Testament writings were looking for this particular, special prophet. In fact, some Jewish leaders thought the fiery preacher John the Baptist might be the fulfillment of Moses’ prophecy (see John 1:19-30). John the Baptist, however, said that he was the forerunner of the prophet of whom Moses spoke, not the prophet Himself.

    First, in regards to Deuteronomy 18:15-22, the immediate context of this passage refers back to verses 9-14. There Moses warns the people of the danger of false prophets. God’s people are to avoid any and all who presume to speak authoritatively about spiritual truth apart from God’s truth. What is God’s truth? Verse 15 says a particular prophet will arise from the Jews (i.e., “your own brothers”) who will be like Moses. Notice that it’s not just any prophet, as there have been many, but a special prophet. People who studied and believed the Old Testament writings were looking for this particular, special prophet. In fact, some Jewish leaders thought the fiery preacher John the Baptist might be the fulfillment of Moses’ prophecy (see John 1:19-30). John the Baptist, however, said that he was the forerunner of the prophet of whom Moses spoke, not the prophet Himself.

    Who then is this prophet spoken of in the Bible? He is clearly none other than the Lord Jesus Christ. John 1:43-45 records that the early followers of Jesus understood He was the prophet of whom Moses wrote. Jesus Himself declared this about Himself (Luke 24:27). The most complete statement pointing to Jesus as the promised prophet is found in Acts 3:12-26. The deacon, Stephen, reiterated this in Acts 7:37. Such notable men as John the Baptist, Philip, Peter, and Stephen all testified that Jesus Christ, not Muhammad, is the prophet predicted in Deuteronomy 18:15-22.

    Second, in Song of Solomon 5:16, the maiden says of her lover, "His mouth is sweetness itself; he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, this is my friend, daughters of Jerusalem." The word translated as "lovely" is the Hebrew word machamadim. It is the plural of machamad, which means “lovely, cute, or desirable.” Although it is the root word of Muhammad, it does not follow that the verse refers to Muhammad, especially since the word used is a plural adjective, not the name of a person.

    Finally, in John 16:5-11, Jesus prophesies that after He leaves, the Counselor will come, and this Counselor will “convict the world of guilt in regard to sin and righteousness and judgment” (John 16:8). Who is this Counselor? Jesus Himself gives the answer a few verses later in John 16:13, “But when he, the Spirit of truth, comes, he will guide you into all truth…” Jesus explicitly identifies the Counselor as the Holy Spirit. Jesus previously had used very similar terminology to predict the coming of the Holy Spirit: “But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name…” (John 14:26). It is abundantly clear in the Bible that the Counselor Jesus prophesied was the Holy Spirit, not Muhammad.

    In conclusion, the Bible nowhere specifically predicts the coming of Muhammad. Muhammad was not the prophet Moses predicted, and Muhammad was not the Counselor Jesus predicted. Since the message of Muhammad contradicts the message of Jesus and the Bible on many points, the only biblical prophecy that would apply to the coming of Muhammad would be Matthew 24:11, “And many false prophets will appear and deceive many people…”

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