The Community Moses saw in the Torah

The Torah Informs People about Hz. Muhammad (pbuh)

The Community Moses saw in the Torah

7- The Old Testament, Genesis, 17

“Verily God told Abraham that Hagar -the mother of Isma‘il- will bear children. There will emerge from her sons one whose hand will be above all, and the hands of all will be opened to him in reverence.”

These expressions of the Torah also inform us about the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). As we have explained before, no other prophets came from the descendants of Ishmael, who was the son of Hagar, except the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

8- The Old Testament, Isaiah, 42

“Moses said: “O Lord! Verily I have found in the Torah the best of Communities that will emerge for the benefit of humanity, that will enjoin good and forbid wrong, and that will believe in God. Let it be my Community!” God said: “That is the Community of Muhammad…”

The name Muhammad is mentioned as Mushaffah, Munhamanna, and Himyata, in the form of Assyrian names in Hebrew, in the heavenly books. The name Muhammad in its original form was present only in a few places. And those few occurrences were distorted by Jews. Besides, the sentences that Moses made to describe the community he saw in the Torah are very interesting.

When Moses described that community, he said, “They are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah.” The same words are used in verse 110 of the chapter of Aal-i Imran in the Quran:

“Ye are the best of peoples, evolved for mankind, enjoining what is right, forbidding what is wrong, and believing in Allah”

As it is seen, there is a complete conformity between the expression of Moses in the Torah and the verse in the Quran. This conformity proves that the community that Moses saw was the ummah of Muhammad.

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