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You have recited to the people that which I did not bring to you from God, verests you have said that which was not said to you.

In view of its interest I give a translation of the manuscript: One Islamic book on Muhammad’s life provides the following list: The event is recorded by the earliest Islamic sources available on Muhammad’s life. Some say that Gabriel sataniqkes his attention to it, or that Satan himself spoke those words and brought them to the people’s hearing.

Well, the proof is presented here. With his love for his tribe and his eagerness for their welfare it would have delighted him if some of the difficulties which they made for him could have been smoothed out, and he debated with himself and verswts desired such an outcome. Then you should have found none to help you against Us. It has been mentioned that he longed for a way to attract them, and the method he adopted is what Ibn Hamid told me that Salama said M.

No one should think that it saataniques a story made up by people who are critical of Islam.

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The Hadith and Quran also contain direct references. Ishaq told him from Yazid b.

Additionally several other Islamic scholars on Hadith traditions support the event’s occurrence. The translation deviates here from that of Pickthall in order to make it correspond with what is required by Tabari’s account. Yet here, something Muhammad said, caused them to prostrate with him and the Muslims, in “one accord”.


The meanings for tamanna and umniyyah, “recite” and “recitation”, are well attested see Lisan s. The background to this event is that Muhammad and his followers were being persecuted for attacking the pagan faiths of Mecca, and he did not want to further offend his Arab tribesmen, and, he wanted them to become his followers, i. Of those who did come into Mecca and stayed there until he migrated to Medina and were present at Badr with him was Uthman B.

Who was this Gabriel? When they were near Mecca, they heard that the report that the people of Mecca had accepted Islam was false. Thus God relieved his prophet’s grief, and made him feel safe from his fears and annulled what Satan had suggested in the words used above about their gods by his revelation.

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Ibn al-Mughirah and Abu Uhayhah who prostrated behind the prophet. Walid alone, the son of Mughira, unable from the infirmities of age to bow down, took a handful of earth and worshipped, pressing it to his forehead.

En fait il y a combien de versets unique dans le coran? In fact Muhammad wished that God would not reveal anything further to him that would further alienate his fellow Arabs. And Gabriel said, “What is this that thou has done? In the Old Testament OTif someone caused the people to worship other gods he was put to death – Deuteronomy I have not been able to find Wakidi’s entire work in English but Wakidi’s work is quoted by W. That were indeed an unjust partition!


The first is the actual passage found in chapter 53, called “The Star”, An-Najmverses 19 through 26 or so. Kab al-Qurazi and Muhammad b.

Their intercession with God is to be hoped for. He makes Satan’s interjections a temptation for those whose hearts are diseased, whose hearts are hardened Tow verses are referred to, but the second is not quoted. Al-Hasan – al Husayn b. This event is documented by the four early biographical writers of Muhammad’s life: In an inadvertent and misleading manner, his tongue hurried on ahead of him, so that he said: So God annulled what Satan had suggested and God established His verses i.

Yet, the messenger of God was not clear at this point until the protection of God “isma” reached him and he then became attentive again. The following verse is not without relevance in this context: Ka’d al-Qurazi and M.