Wednesday, 30 October 2013

A Response On - Was Muhammad A Cross-dresser?

A Response On - Was Muhammad A Cross-dresser?

Bismillah Hir Rehman Ir Raheem
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Original Article can be found here - Was Muhammad A Cross-dresser?

This argument I found was made by IZAKDAVID13 on an anti-Islamic site

He Said
Luke 2:7 " and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no room for them in the inn "
The difference is Jesus was at this stage a newborn baby incapable of making the decision of which clothing or cloths to wear, Mohummad was a grown man capable of making adult decisions.
Failed in that attempt to discredit The Lord Jesus Christ.

My response
Still if we believe Jesus was a new born but according to Christians he was still a god? Isn't it? And how come God does not know which clothes to wear or not? If Jesus was god as you enq quote sujjest he would have instruct marry not make the god wear such clothes? Can't he?

He wrote
Also no where does it mention that the cloth that Mary wrapt The Lord Jesus in was 'her clothing' as you claim. That is either a blatant lie, or you have no idea what you are talking about. ....for numerous translations, that prove you wrong.
σπαργανόω (sparganoó) refer specifically to swaddling cloths, a Hebrew traditional way of wrapping babies.
Also failed in that attempt to discredit The Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

My response
First we know the every thing Mary did to Jesus was from her own, I mean the navel cut, etc. Thus we can conclude the clothes in which he wrapped the baby god was her own.
Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible
"and wrapped him in swaddling clothes; which shows, that he was in all things made like unto us, sin only excepted. This is one of the first things done to a new born infant, after that it is washed, and its navel cut; see Ezekiel 16:4 and which Mary did herself, having neither midwife nor nurse with her; from whence it has been concluded, that the birth of Jesus was easy, and that she brought him forth without pain, and not in that sorrow women usually do, "

He wrote
Your rebuttal should be towards Islamic scholars who have interpreted the Arabic words to 'women's garments.'
Here is the definition of mirt according to Al-Mu’jam Al-Waseet (The Intercessory Dictionary), second edition, 1972, part 2, p. 864:
Mirt - a dress from wool or cotton that is used as an Izar or a cover by a woman.
I could go on to discredit you further, but you are doing a great job of that yourself.
Your points are moot, Your argument is therefore rendered invalid.
I hope that you come to the see the light one day, keep searching for the truth & have a happy Eid Al-Fitr.

My response
To make clear the source you give for the meaning dates back to 1972. You should know that words in Arabic keeps changing.
Perhaps you should read this for more clear information about the word mirt

May Allah guide you Ameen.

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