Mirza Ghalib


As usual, Muhammad would sure give ridiculous reasons for his declaration of Friday as a sacred day in Islam. The Jews and Christians had observed Saturday and Sunday respectively as sacred for centuries before Islam's birth. After the failure of his 13-year mission to become the leader of Mecca, Muhammad migrated to Medina with the intention of becoming its leader. Jews were the dominant and prosperous community there, and Muhammad adopted almost all religious customs of the Jews. He observed fasting and offered spacial prayer on Saturdays facing toward the Jewish temple in Jerusalem. He tried his utmost to convince the Jews to accept him as their leader, but they flatly rejected him:

Narrated by Ibn Abbas, “The Prophet used to copy the people of the Scriptures (Jews & Christians) in matters in which there was no order from Allah.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari 7:799)

Narrated Abu Huraira: The Prophet said, "Had only ten Jews (amongst their chiefs) believe me, all the Jews would definitely have believed me." (Sahih Al-Bukhari 5:58:277)


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In India, sick Hindu patients sometimes visit mosques to get cured by the incantation of Muslim devotees coming out of mosques after prayer. The Hindu patients have to wait outside the gate, as they are not allowed inside the mosque, because the Quran (9:28) calls them ‘Najees’ (i.e. Unclean). In some cases, Muslims can be generous enough to allow them inside the premises, but not inside the mosque. It is rather bafling that Hindus, more than 85% of the population in India, despite having hundreds of thousands temples to pray in, visit mosques in seeking ‘treatment’ for their illness. Ironically, Muslims themselves rarely visit mosques to seek cure for ailments. Is it because Muslims know well about the outcome of such incantations at mosques.


This type of incantation is called ‘RUQYA’ in Arabic. As usual, the idea of ‘Ruqya’ was not Muhammad's own, but copied from the Pagans and Jews. Hadiths attest the fact that the Pagans and Jews of Muhammad's time used to practice ‘Ruqya’ to treat the sick. (Malik 50:50.4.11, Sahih Muslim 26:5457-58, Sahih Al-Bukhari 3:36:476, 7:71:632-633,645)

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This article is about the funny fairy-tales about the weekdays of the Islamic calendar. It appears that Muhammad’s ridiculous ideas in the form of supernatural bluffs was boundless.

Before going into the details of the weekdays of the Islamic calendar, it is important to know about how Muhammad plagiarized even the numerical order of the weekdays from the Jews, apart from the numerous ideas he copied from the Torah.

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Part 3 of this article discussed about how Muhammad condemned camels as the Satan when the Bedouin owners of camels were uncooperative with him, how he blackmailed the Bedouins by imposing trade-embargo on them, and then when they showed willingness to join his cult, how all-of-a-sudden did he elevated camels to the level of God and equated the Quran with camels. This concluding part discusses the roles of the camel on the Day of Resurrection and in heaven. On his way to mesmerizing the Bedouins, Muhammad went further to tell them that their close relationship with camels will not end in this world. It will continue in the afterlife.

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The Quranic verses with full of wisdom mentioned in Part 2 of this article are the direct words from the author of the Quran, the non-existing Allah – the shadow of Muhammad. Similarly, there are countless hadiths, believed to be the voice of the prophet of Islam, speak volumes about camels. The volume of those hadiths are too large to discuss them all in a short article. The following are a small fraction of the hadiths on camels from the most authentic ‘Sahih Siththa’ hadith scriptures. These being the direct words of Prophet Muhammad on camels make him a perfect cameleer, like his Allah.

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