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Even more so if we were to examine them under greater scrutiny.————- The Islamic Claim on Deuteronomy 18 “And Jehoshaphat said, Is there not here a prophet of the LORD besides, that we might enquire of him?Maimonides had a brilliant mind, knew the entire Jewish Bible, the Talmud, and numerous other Jewish writings exceedingly well, in addition to being the personal physician of the sultan of Egypt.Jews have known Arabic, Jews have read the Qu’ran in the original tongue, and Jews such as Maimonides have been completely unimpressed by it (for reasons such as those listed at the end of item #2).” 1 Kings 22:7 (KJV) Claim: The Torah Itself Predicts Mohammed as a Prophet Many Muslims will claim that the Torah itself (apparently the “uncorrupted” part) predicts the coming of their so-called prophet some time after the giving of the Torah.All Bible translations are directly from the Hebrew, all of them literal. The relevant verse of the Torah is as follows: Deuteronomy A prophet I will raise up for them from amongst their brethren like you and I will give my words into his lips and he will speak about them all that I command him.
Realistically, had this happened, everyone on Arabia’s side of the planet would have seen it, yet no one else ever wrote anything about it.
So a paraphrase could be: G-d will raise up for the Israelites a prophet from the Israelites’ brethren some time in the future that will be like Moses and speak the words of G-d. The assertion is that “from amongst their brethren” refers to the Ishmaelites, and as Muslims assert many times, Mohammed is descended from Abraham through Ishmael.
In order to properly analyze this, I will not make a table comparing Moses, Jesus, and Mohammed, as many do on both Christian and Muslim websites in order to pervert the meaning of this verse.
Thirdly, the Qu’ran itself says that the word of G-d cannot be altered, all the while making the claim that the Bible was originally the word of G-d but corrupted by man. If the Torah was the word of G-d, that means, according to the Qu’ran, that it is categorically impossible for man to change it.
Hence, using Muslim logic, the Torah we have in our hands today is the same Torah that Moses handed down to the Jews at Mount Sinai.
2) Mohammed’s Illiteracy—Even when he lived, proving this would be problematic.