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1949 2010/02/06 2020/07/15

the first of the series of prophecies can be found in the book of isaiah

(chapter 9, verse 6) which prophet isaiah (pbuh) has rightly predicted:

"for to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government

will be upon his shoulder, and his name will be called 'wonderful counselor',

mighty god, everlasting father, prince of peace."

most christian theologians and churches believe that this particular

prophecy was for the advent of jesus (pbuh). however, all were totally misled

because the bible says to the contrary.

the religion advocated by prophet muhammad (pbuh) was meant for

peace because it requires believers to submit themselves (materially and

spiritually) to the only true god (allah), the creator and supreme sovereign

of all the worlds. thus, anyone who submits himself will achieve a complete

peace mentally and physically. peace with the only one allah, who has no

partner, no sharer, no associate and no helper. allah is unique and nothing is

similar to him, be it in essence, substance or attributes. he is the all-powerful,

the all-knowing, the omnipotent and the only sovereign of the whole


on the other hand, no christian can claim that the mission of jesus

(pbuh), was meant for peace because he categorically denied it in matthew


"do not think i have come to bring peace on earth; i have not come to

bring peace, but a sword. for i have come to set a man against his father, and

a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-inlaw;

and a man's foes will be those of his own household".



and in luke (19:27):



but as for these enemies of mine, who did not want me to reign over

them, bring them here and slay them before me".



also in luke (22:36): he jesus said to them:

"but now, let him who has purse take it, and likewise a bag. and let him who has no

sword sell his mantle and buy one."

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