The Deification of Muhammad

by Saif min Suyufillah

  • Islam’s other god: The Muslim Deification of Muhammad
    [Part 1], [Part 2]
  • Response:

First of all,these are all unauthentic sources.

  • Islamic Doctrines & Beliefs,
  • Tafseer Ibn e Kathir,
  • The Prophetic Title,
  • Is the Quran Infalliable?

Secondly,Being the First Muslim,being blessed by Allah, being loved by Allah or created at first or Allah listening to His invocations does NOT mean that the person Himself is the God.

If you love your daughter,you listen to her,you give her gifts frequently and you do whatever she wants,does it mean you are making her the father,or what you are?


This is matter of your low IQ and nothing else.


I respect the Islamic scholars and their works but I have to mention that these are not the authentic sources.We can not trace Islam from these Books while we have Quran and Six authentic Books.

Following are unauthentic sources.

Kashf al-Khafa’

al-Asraar al-Marfoo’ah’

al-Shawkaani, al-Fawaa’id al-Majmoo’ah fi’l-Ahaadeeth al-Mawdoo’ah,

Zad-ul Ma’ad fi Hadyi Khairi-l ‘Iba

Kitab Ash-shifa bi ta’rif huquq al-Mustafa

Now your mentality,where is the hadees which mentions that the woman was drinking urine?

Go to any psychologist as well as psychiatrist.

There is not even the hadees about Muslims drinking Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.w’s blood.

There are no sources mentioned for such ahadees .

My advise,do not watch the movies of vampires or draculas.

Leftover water of ablution is definitely not the blood or urine.

Taking out of hell does not make one God.

Regarding the hadees of Taking out,it is Prophet will go and they would be taken out.For God,He does not need to prostrate,He does not need to go somewhere to do something.

Following someone does not mean you are considering Him as God.

If you love your mom and daughter,it does not make your mom equal to your daughter or your daughter similar to your mom.

So if we say we believe in Allah and His messenger,it does not mean both are same.


Again,most of the sources are unauthentic.

Saluting someone definitely does not make anyone God or even equal to Him.

Asking someone to marry or counselling the person does not make Him God.

Believe me your such posts of like 10000+ words confirm it that you are an insane person with serious psychological disorders.


Anything which is praised or appreciated is not God,so please use your IQ.

  • On Serving Others Besides Allah – The Hypocrisy and Blasphemy of Islam
    [Part 1], [Part 2], [Part 3]


Muqam e Mahmood or the Throne like that of Allah?

Throne of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w?Just because of following sources?

All are unauthentic.

 Ibn Taymiyya, Majmu‘ al-Fatawa (Mufassal al-I‘tiqad – “Specifics of Belief” – 4:374)…

In al-Sunna (p. 351 #786)…

Al-Tabari, Jami‘ al-Bayan fi Tafsir al-Qur’an (Beirut: Dar al-Ma‘arif, 1980, 8:98)…

Al-Tabari, Tafsir (8:97-100)…

Al-Qurtubi, al-Jami‘ li Ahkam al-Qur’an (verse 17:79)…

Abu Bakr al-Najjad in Ibn Abi Ya‘la’s Tabaqat al-Hanabila (2:9-12)…

Ibn Batta, al-Sharh wa al-Ibana (p. 61)…

Ibn Taymiyya, Majmu‘ al-Fatawa (Mufassal al-I‘tiqad – “Specifics of Belief” – 4:374). (Haddad, The Prophet’s Seating on the Throne (Iq‘âd al-Nabî (s) ‘alâ al-‘Arsh)

Submission to Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.?


When you follow the commands of Allah’s messenger,you have basically submitted to the will of Allah.

Praying Directly to Muhammad s.a.w.w.?(assalamu alaika…)

The hadees is narrated by many companions to pray as Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. used to pray.

When Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. was also saying that peace be upon you O Muhammad,and whereby He has taught the same wordings to His companions,then there should be no objection for those who were outside the city or for whom the Prophet was not present.

Under such conditions,the death should not considered as something allowing us to change the words by our own,the words which prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. had taught himself,and which were recited even at that time in his absence too.

Regarding the Hadees of Ibn e Masood r.a.,I have to say that it is a single hadees and something not advised by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.

Praying through Muhammad’s mediation:

Line of unauthentic sources.


Unauthentic sources.

Hadees of people asking for rain and Tasawwul:

When Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w was alive,it was by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.,and when He s.a.w.w. died,it was by His uncle who was surely alive.

Tasawwul for eyesight:

Tirmidhi relates, through his chain of narrators from ‘Uthman ibn Hunayf, that a blind man came to the Prophet and said, “I’ve been afflicted in my eyesight, so please pray to Allah for me.” The Prophet said: “Go make ablution (wudu), perform two rak’as of prayer, and then say:

Oh Allah, I ask You and turn to You through my Prophet Muhammad, the Prophet of mercy; O Muhammad , I seek your intercession with my Lord for the return of my eyesight.

Note the words,I ask you,and turn to you,these are enough to negate any Shirk or associating someone with Allah.

Through (Tasawwul) ,is allowed in Quran i.e. to find waseela or means to come closer to Allah but definitely it should never be making someone equal to Allah or asking anyone dead or by an angel or Jinn or Satan.

Tasawwul through an alive person is allowed and at that time Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. was alive.

Tasawwul could be asking someone to pray for Him.

Tasawwul could be through any deed drawing one closer to Allah.

Tasawwul could be invoking in the same words as the Prophets used.


Click for detailed explanation.

Shirk or not?

Definitely not.

What is forbidden is to invoke someone else than Allah or associate someone with Allah.

Tasawwul itself is not shirk until it is by a dead man or satan or angel etc.It is not shirk to ask any alive person to pray for you or pray by his means.

Tasawwul is not invocation but it should be translated as “taking the means”.


Yet even here the Muslims would be confronted with a few problems. The Quran seems to presuppose that the only way Allah can have a son is through sexual intercourse and since he does not engage in sexual intimacy with anyone it is therefore not possible for him to have children. To put it another way, the author of the Quran couldn’t fathom God being a Father in a purely spiritual sense, without any sexual activity being involved, since he had a carnal understanding of filial relationships.


Quran is the word of truth revealed by a God who is truthful and on a man who was known as honest and truthful person.

Allah and Quran do not even appreciate the relationships which we claim by our mouths,but there should be something authentic too for the relationship.The relationship should be actual,not something based upon the desires or just some beautiful words without being in actual.

This is the truth of Quran and it proves that Quran is revealed by the Truthful God.


Tasawwul after the death of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.:(during the era of Companion Uthman r.a.):


The critic himself mentions,

The authenticity of Tabarani’s hadith of the man in need during the caliphate of Uthman is not discussed by the article in detail.

So how could he quote such a story trying to prove something which is never accepted in Islam?

Saying Ya Rasool Ullah:

When a person who was at a distance from Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w was allowed to say “peace be upon YOU O Muhammad “while Prophet  was not present there,and it was nothing as invoking Him then how could you say that is invoking the prophet when you say O Messenger of Allah?

Saying O Muhammad is not shirk until you assume that He is present or respond to you if you say so,or if you think He would come physically or spiritually if you say so or if you are directly invoking Him by saying O Muhammad (s.a.w.w) do so and so…


Do Muslims worship Muhammad? (Rebuttal to Sami Zaatari)



Asking forgiveness

Verse 4:64

Asking forgiveness by Allah,not by Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.

Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. is also asking Allah for forgiveness,He s.a.w.w is not mentioned to be forgiving on Behalf of Allah.

Verses 3:164 and 62:2

The word used is yuzakkihim,it is not about maghfirah or forgiveness of sins,it is to cleanse them,to teach them how to make their souls pure.

It is not about the erasing the sins,the Prophet is not erasing the sins,it is to teach them how to refrain from evil and how to ask Allah for forgiveness.

Following are all unauthentic sources.

  • An-Nawawi (Adhkar, Mecca ed., pp. 253-254; al-Majmu`, 8:217; al-Idah fi manasik al-hajj, chapters on visiting the grave of the prophet).
  • Ibn Kathir (Tafsir, 2:306; al-Bidayat wa al-nihayat, 1:180).
  • al-Bayhaqi (Shu`ab al-iman, #4178).
  • al-Qurtubi (Tafsir of 4:64 in Ahkam al-Qur’an, 5:265).
  • Ibn al-Jawzi (Muthir al-gharam al-sakin ila ashraf al-amakin, p. 490).
  • Ibn `Asakir (Mukhtasar tarikh Dimashq, 2:408).
  • Taqi al-Din al-Subki (Shifa’ al-siqam, p. 52).
  • Ibn `Aqil (al-Tadhkira).
  • Ibn Qudama (al-Mughni, 3:556-557).
  • Ibn Jama`a (Hidayat al-salik, 3:1384).
  • Samhudi (Khulasat al-Wafa, p. 121 – from an-Nawawi).
  • Dahlan (Khulasat al-Kalam, 2:247).
  • Abu al-Faraj ibn Qudama (al-Sharh al-kabir, 3:495).
  • al-Bahuti al-Hanbali (Kashshaf al-qina`, 5:30).
  • Ibn Hajar al-Haytami (al-Jawhar al-munazzam [commentary on Nawawi’s Idah]).
  • Ibn al-Najjar (Akhbar al-Madina, p. 147)




Intercession is taking the side of any person,due to sympathy or kindness,understanding His condition and so leaving him relieved or forgiven or helping him in any way.

The Primary or the main intercession would be that of Allah.The main savior would be Allah alone.

If anyone else is seen to be interceding,He would be doing so only by the will of Allah and for only that person for whom Allah pleases.

On that day shall no intercession avail except of him whom the Beneficent Allah allows and whose word He is pleased with.(20:109)

Even the intercession of many could be failed too.

And how many angels there are in the heavens whose intercession will not avail at all except [only] after Allah has permitted [it] to whom He wills and approves.(53:26)


1.The intercession is only by Allah and only for that person for whom Allah pleases.

2.Intercession is not something to be totally relying upon it.

That is why it is mentioned many times in The Holy Quran to be aware of that day when the intercession would not be beneficial for many people.


O My servants…

The language of Quran is actualluy beyond all the confines of ordinary Arabic grammar.

Secondly,there is something known as alternating narration and interior monologue.

an interior monologue always presents a character’s thoughts ‘directly’, without the apparent intervention of a summarizing and selecting narrator, it does not necessarily mingle them with impressions and perceptions, nor does it necessarily violate the norms of grammar, or logic- but the stream‐of‐consciousness technique also does one or both of these things.Learn more

Modern novelists are using this technique nowadays whereby there is no mentioning of the change of narrators,just the main theme is expressed and one uses his common sense to understand that who is actually expressing it.


Prostration is not the slavery of God.

Do you not see that to Allah prostrates whoever is in the heavens and whoever is on the earth and the sun, the moon, the stars, the mountains, the trees, the moving creatures and many of the people? But upon many the punishment has been justified. And he whom Allah humiliates – for him there is no bestower of honor. Indeed, Allah does what He wills.(22:18)

Many prostrating people would be punished too,so prostrating it is not necessarily the slavery.

Slavery is to obey whatever God is saying.


Response to the above three links:

Obeying Allah and the Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w., following The commands of Allah His Prophet s.a.w.w:

First of all,the conjunction AND does not mean that Allah AND His Prophet are acutually equal here.Following are some examples for the people like Sam who have really that low IQ.

Fruits AND vegetables.

Sweet AND sour.

Land AND water.

See the word AND  does never mean that both are actually equal.

Secondly,When you have to obey the teacher and the Principal as well,it does not mean that obeying both means both are equal.

Or a king and a translator,if you say you want to obey the King,you have to go according the translator.

Similarly,obeying Allah And his Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. has nothing to do with polytheism or assuming both equal to each other.

The reason of obeying both is that Allah does not directly talk to us so He has revealed His messages to His Prophet.that is why when someone obeys the command delivered to Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. by Allah,He is actually obeying Allah as well.

Again,it does not make the messenger equal to Allah.


Sovereignty of Allah

Some attributes are Only for Allah,no one could ever share them for e.g Allah is Ilah,Allah is the Khaliq,Creator,He is Al Bari,the beginner of everything such as universe etc.

Some attributes are such as the perfection belongs to Allah alone for e.g Love,Patience etc.

Allah is Malik,the sovereign Being who rules over the whole Earth and the heavens and whatever is between them.There is no one equal to Him in any way even in this respect.

Perfection belongs to Him alone.

There is no verse saying that there could ever be no King other than Allah,there is no such hadees even.

No associate in the Kingdom:

Allah rules over the whole Earth and the heavens and whatever is between them.

There is no one else equal to His rank or who has the rule as extended as His rule.

There is no ruler with Him as a helper or even equal to Him or as His associate or partner.

This is His sovereignty.

Kings in the world:

The Kings have limited area to rule and they are given kingdom by Allah.They are definitely not equal to Allah in anyway and they are not even mentioned as the helpers of Allah in that area.

They are given kingdoms for test,just as other people are being tested.

The verse 40:15-17,6:73,22:56 and 25:25-26 mentions about the day of judgement whereby ONLY Allah would be the sovereign Being.

Exalter of ranks is He, Possessor of the Throne, casting the Spirit of His bidding upon whomever He will of His servants, that he may warn them of the Day of Encounter, the day they sally forth, and naught of theirs is hidden from Allah. ‘Whose is the Kingdom today?’ ‘It is Allah’s the One, the Irresistible!’ Today each soul shall be recompensed for that it has earned; no wrong today. Surely Allah is swift at the reckoning. S. 40:15-17



Loving Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.:

Loving Him the most among the human beings does not make Him god.

If you love your mother the most,does it make her your god?No.

So again,it is all about your IQ.

Submitting to the decisions of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w:

The decisions or the commands of prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. were actually those which were revealed by Allah.

So One who says He believes in Allah and His messenger should be following the commands and accepting the decisions of the messenger as well.

Fulfilling the desires of Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.:


Anyone who is kind and merciful does not mean he is equal to god.

God loves and if anyone else loves too,it does not mean he is also god.It is the matter of your IQ and mentality as well.

The whole debate about the last verses of Surah 9,is based upon the discussion by Khalifa,which is definitely an unauthentic source,so again,your whole debate is refuted.

….This means that Muslims have taken some of the names and qualities of their deity and attributed them to their prophet!

Amazingly, there are Muslim scholars that have acknowledged and unashamedly admitted that both the Quran and the Islamic traditions do in fact ascribe many of the unique names of Allah to Muhammad

The reason why we say that this is amazing is because this directly violates the very core of Islamic monotheism, particularly the concept known as Tauhid al-Asma wa-Sifat.


If you love your daughter and your wife loves her too,it does not make you the wife as well.

Your whole debate is just like that.

Tauheed al asmaa was sifaat,This term is not used by Allah and Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.

Secondly,for our belief in the attributes and names of Allah,we believe in His perfection in them without considering anyone else to be equal to Him.

Some attributes are typical for Allah such as creation.

Some attributes such as love or patience,there could be others too,but no one would be equal to Allah.

In the same regard,Some attributes are such as the primary role is that of Allah,while there would be secondary creatures seen to be carrying out His work such as protection or providing sustenance.

There is nothing in any case that anyone could ever be equal to Allah.

If Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w. is patient,and Allah is patient too,it does not mean that both are patient to same degree and it does not mean that both are even equal in that way.

  • Revisiting the Problem of Islamic Monotheism
    [Part 1], [Part 2]


The prayer of Prophet Zechariah and the response:

The glad tidings of a boy were given by Allah,not by an angel.

Ibn e kathir is an unauthentic source.Tell me if you find anything in any authentic Book.

Brother Sami Zaatri is correct.

The self sufficient and the loan:

Allah is self sufficient,not His creation.

The loan of my Allah is something given to His poor creation which is dependent upon Him,which is not self sufficient.

Remember,this loan is not as something which Hindus give to their lords,grains and gold all around their deities;rather it is the loan which one spends upon the creation of Allah,for His sake and Allah then multiplies it.


Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Messenger having said: By Him in Whose Hand is my life, if you were not to commit sin, Allah would sweep you out of existence and He would replace (you by) those people who would commit sin and seek forgiveness from Allah, and He would have pardoned them. (Sahih Muslim, Book 037, Number 6622)

Muhammad’s statements assume that Allah needed to create sinful human beings in order to have a way of expressing his mercy and forgiveness. Muhammad seemed to be aware that unless his god could express his attribute of mercy towards another object then he couldn’t truly be the all-merciful and all-compassionate. And yet in order to resolve this dilemma Muhammad made his god dependent upon his creation, specifically on the existence of imperfect, fallible human beings!

Therefore, seeing that Allah depends on his creatures this means that he cannot be self-sufficient, and thereby nullifies the Islamic doctrine of tauhid al-rububiyyah which teaches that Allah has absolutely no need of creation


Your point could be worth discussion if the hadees was saying that naoozubillah god would vanish if the creation will not commit sins or god would suffer.

Nothing is happening to Allah,the most Merciful even in that case.

Yes,My dear Allah loves to forgive that much that He would do so,but again,it does not make Him dependent as He would not suffer at all.

Fear Allah and the…?

O mankind, fear your Lord, who created you from one soul and created from it its mate and dispersed from both of them many men and women. And fear Allah , through whom you ask (the rights of mates) , and the (rights of those from) wombs. Indeed Allah is ever, over you, an Observer (4:1)

Read the verse again.Fear is for Allah alone.

You ask is related to the rights and duties of mates,i.e. the first part of verse.

Wombs is related to second part of the verse i.e. those dispersed from the two mates.

It is never asked to fear the wombs

Black Stone:

Only the hadees of kissing is authentic and I am sure kissing does not mean worshiping.

Black stone and pagan worship:

Pagans were worshiping stones and the idols so they were broken.What Muslims do is to kiss the stone which is definitely not worship.


It was narrated that Abu Hurairah said: “A man came to the Prophet and said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, tell me, which of the people has most right to my companionship?’ He said: ‘Yes, BY YOUR FATHER, you will certainly be told.’ He said: ‘Your mother.’ He said, ‘Then who?’ He said: ‘Then your mother.’ He said: ‘Then who?’ He said: ‘Then your mother.’ He said: ‘Then who?’ He said: ‘Then your father.’ He said: ‘Tell me, O Messenger of Allah, about my wealth – how should I give in charity?’ He said: ‘Yes, BY ALLAH, you will certainly be told…’” (Sahih)


Which Sahih Book?Name it please?

  • An Analysis of the Bassam Zawadi versus Thabiti Anyabwile Dialogue
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Mostly it is directed towards Brother Zawadi.

The use of word WE by Allah:

This is a royal style used by many Kings,and in many languages,where a single entity uses the word WE (the plural of first person) for Himself,for His dignity.

Read here.


In Islam Muhammad is only a man, but not just any man; he is a messenger from God; the final prophet – but more, he is sinless and the perfect model for mankind. Any definition of Islam that excludes Muhammad is a false definition. But he is more than this; his life is the context of the Qur’an. The Qur’an revolves and evolves around his life.

The Prophet is closer to the believers than their selves, and his wives are (as) their mothers. … (Qur’an 33:6, Pickthall)

Narrated Anas: The Prophet said “None of you will have faith till he loves me more than his father, his children and all mankind.” (Sahih al-Bukhari: vol. 1, bk 2, no. 14, Khan)

You need to feel this passion and love for Muhammad to understand Islam; but Muhammad is even more than this. Even though he is just a man he is associated with God at every point in the Islamic religion.

Response:Loving two different entities does not mean that we are assuming the two entities equal or same.

A. Muhammad is associated with God in the Shahada, the Islamic confession of faith.

“There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah.”


Definitely if I name two objects with a conjunction AND,it does not mean that the two objects are actually same.

Fruits and vegetables

Lemon and garlic

Addition and subtraction

Love and mercy

Believe me it is the matter of IQ alone.

B. Muhammad is associated with God in prayer (Salaat). The Salaat is the Islamic prayer ritual prayed five times a day. Even though Muhammad is dead he is addressed in this prayer.

Greetings to you (As Salaamu ‘alaika ), O Prophet, and the mercy and blessings of Allah.

Prayer should be to God alone (tawheed).

And the places of worship are only for Allah, so pray not unto anyone along with Allah. (Qur’an 72:18, Pickthall)

And who is further astray than those who, instead of Allah, pray unto such as hear not their prayer until the Day of Resurrection, and are unconscious of their prayer. (Qur’an 46:5, Pickthall)

Response:Praying and saluting are different.

C. Muhammad is associated with God in location. Mosques are to be places of worship to God alone (tawheed). For this reason no one is ever to be buried inside a mosque; nor are mosques to be erected over graves. This would be to associate a person with a space that is for God alone.

And the places of worship are only for Allah, so pray not unto anyone along with Allah. (Qur’an 72:18, Pickthall)

Narrated ‘Aisha and ‘Abdullah bin ‘Abbas: When the last moment of the life of Allah’s Apostle came he started putting his ‘Khamisa’ on his face and when he felt hot and short of breath he took it off his face and said, “May Allah curse the Jews and Christians for they built the places of worship at the graves of their Prophets.” The Prophet was warning (Muslims) of what those had done.  (Sahih al-Bukhari: vol. 1, bk. 8, no. 427, Khan)

Yet, Muhammad’s grave is inside the mosque in Medina. The mosque in Medina is a major place of pilgrimage for devout Muslims and yet it is shirk.

Response:Mosque was constructed earlier.

D. Muhammad is associated with God in love and forgiveness. Love and forgiveness in Islam do not come from God alone to us (tawheed), instead they are through Muhammad (shirk).

Response:Loving two different entities does not mean that we are assuming the two entities equal or same.

E. Muhammad is associated with God in blessing. The idea of relics giving God’s blessing is shirk because the power of God would be associated with his creation in some way. However, Muhammad gave out the relics of his hair as a blessing to others.

Abu Bakr reported: (He called for) the barber and, pointing towards the right side of his head, said: (Start from) here, and then distributed his hair among those who were near him. He then pointed to the barber (to shave) the left side and he shaved it, and he gave (this hair) to Umm Sulaim (Allah be pleased with her). … (Sahih Muslim: bk. 7, no. 2992, Siddique)

Response:Loving two different entities does not mean that we are assuming the two entities equal or same.

F. Muhammad is associated with God in salvation. Salvation in Islam does not come from God alone to us (tawheed), instead it is through Muhammad (shirk).

Narrated Ibn Umar: On the Day of Resurrection the people will fall on their knees and every nation will follow their prophet and they will say, “O so-and-so! Intercede (for us with Allah), “till (the right) intercession is given to the Prophet (Muhammad) and that will be the day when Allah will raise him into a station of praise and glory (i.e. Al-Maqam -al-Mahmud). (Sahih al-Bukhari: vol. 6, bk. 60, no. 242, Khan)

O Prophet! … accept their allegiance and ask Allah to forgive them. Lo! Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. (Qu’ran 60:12, Pickthall)

Response:The primary decision would be by Allah,and the request would be from Prophet Muhammad s.a.w.w.

G. Muhammad practised shirk. In the Law of Moses and the Prophets it is very clear that we are not to use sacred stones as part of our worship.

Do not make idols or set up an image or a sacred stone for yourselves, and do not place a carved stone in your land to bow down before it. I am the LORD your God. (Leviticus 26:1, NIV)

The worship of stones was a part of the pre-Islamic culture.

Narrated Abu Raja Al-Utaridi: We used to worship stones, and when we found a better stone than the first one, we would throw the first one and take the latter, but if we could not get a stone then we would collect some earth (i.e. soil) and then bring a sheep and milk that sheep over it, and perform the Tawaf around it. … (Sahih al-Bukhari: vol. 5, bk. 59, no. 661, Khan)


If kissing is shirk,then definitely you are doing it with whenever you kiss your wife or child.


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