Is it true that the Koran is 100% God's word (God's sayings), not mixed with Muhammad's expressions as it is declared in Koran 53:3-5? Let us pay attention to the following verses from the Koran:
Is the Faatihah (the opening Koran) an expression of God or of man? Isn't it a man who cries, "Only You are the One we worship"? Isn’t it a man who would pray, "Show unto us the straight path"?
Is it true that the last part of Koran 6:105 is a saying of God, "And I am not a keeper over you"? Isn't this clearly an expression of Muhammad as it is acknowledged in many translations of the Koran by inserting his name in the brackets after the verse?
What about Koran 6:114: "Shall I seek other than Allah for judge, when He it is who hath revealed unto you (this) scripture ..."? Isn't this a saying of Muhammad and not a saying of God?
Isn't this a saying of Muhammad in Koran 17:1, which says, "Glorified be He Who carried His servant by night from the Inviolable Place of Worship (AI Haram mosque, Mecca) to the Far Distant Place of Worship (AI Aqsha mosque, Jerusalem).... "?
Who is "I" in Koran 27:91? Isn't this clearly a human being? How can God say, "I am commanded only to serve the Lord of this land which He hath hallowed, and unto Whom all things belong. And I am commanded to be of those who surrender (unto Him)"?
Is it true that God swears by the Day of Resurrection and by the accusing soul (Koran 75:1-2)? Isn't this the saying of a man?
Is it true that God swears by the stars and by the night and by the dawn (Koran 75:15-18)? Isn't this the saying of a man?
Isn't it an angel who utters Koran 19:64: "We come not down save by commandment of your Lord. Unto Him belongs all that is before us and all that is behind us and all that is between those two, and your Lord was never forgetful..."?
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