refuting this suspicion
all insulters have to know that allah said:
“nor does he speak of (his own) desire.* it is only an inspiration that is inspired.” (an najm: 3-4)
when the following verses were inspired to the prophet, -
“and indeed we created man (adam) out of an extract of clay (water and earth).* thereafter we made him (the offspring of adam) as a nutfah (mixed drops of the male and female sexual discharge) (and lodged it) in a safe lodging (womb of the woman). *then we made the nutfah into a clot (a piece of thick coagulated blood), then we made the clot into a little lump of flesh, then we made out of that little lump of flesh bones, then we clothed the bones with flesh, and then we brought it forth as another creation. so blessed be allah, the best of creators.“
(al mu’minoun:12-14) –
the insulters said that the last sentence “so blessed be allah, the best of creators” was dictated to the prophet by “ the writer of the prophet’s inspiration, to whom the prophet dictates all what he gets inspired from the holy quran”!
this is of course a very big lie, for the following reasons:
1st. when the prophet starts receiving allahs words by jebri (pbuh), starts sweating and in a state far away from all around him, and once the inspiration stops, he starts repeating and memorizing what he received. this is proved in all biography books.
2ed. the prophet doesn’t dictate the “inspiration writer” the verses he reeceived, till they are completed.
3ed. the statement “so blessed be allah” is repeated9 times in the holy quran in subjects mainly talking about allah’s creation.
“ surely, his is the creation and commandment. blessed be allah, the lord of the 'alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists)! “ ( al a’raaf:55)
“ blessed be he who sent down the criterion (of right and wrong, i.e. this qur'an) to his slave (muhammad ) that he may be a warner to the 'alamin (mankind and jinns).” ( al furqan:1)
“blessed be he who has placed in the heaven big stars, and has placed therein a great lamp (sun), and a moon giving light.” (al furqan:61)
“and blessed be he to whom belongs the kingdom of the heavens and the earth, and all that is between them, and with whom is the knowledge of the hour, and to whom you (all) will be returned. " ( az zukhruf:85)
“blessed is he in whose hand is the dominion, and he is able to do all things." ( al mulk:1)
4th. all these reasons show that it is a lie to say that the “inspiration writer” said this statement “so blessed be allah, the best of creators”.