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Quran 2:146 Those unto whom We (Allah) gave the Scripture recognize (this revelation) as they recognize their sons.

But lo! a party of them knowingly conceal the truth.


if one reads history , one may surely find this reference.

Many Jewish tribes were assembled near Madinah ( the place of migration) where the final messenger of Allah ( God ) was supposed to come.

Some time in the first century of the Christian era, the Romans expelled the Jews from Palestine, and some of the tribes of the Jews found refuge in Yathrib (Madinah)

When the Holy Prophet proclaimed his prophethood in Makkah, and the news traveled to Yathrib, Jews confirmed that according to their sacred books that was the time for the advent of a prophet. When the Holy Prophet came to Yathrib, the Jews found in him all the signs of prophethood that had been foretold in their books.


The signs of Prophethood

1. HE WAS FROM A NOBLE CLAN
2. HE RECIEVED REVELATION FROM THE ANGEL GABRIEL ( SAME AS MOSES )
3. HE SPOKE ONLY WHAT WAS COMMMANED FROM GOD (ALLAH)
4. HE NEVER SPOKE A LIE IN HIS LIFE AND WAS KNOWN TO BE THE MOST TRUSTWORTHY AMONGST HIS PEOPLE.
5. HE HAD THE SEAL OF PROPHETHOOD.
6. HE RECEIVED REVELATION (QURAN) IN A BEAUTIFULL DIALECT UNKNOWN UNTIL THEN that was and still is the peak of eloquence and clarity.
7. HE WAS ILLITERATE  ( DID NOT KNOW TO READ AND WRITE )
8. HE PROPHESICED THINGS TO COME.
9. HIS FORBEARANCE WOULD PRECEDE HIS RASHNESS
10. HIS FORBREANCE WOULD INCREASE UPON ENCOUNTERING EXCESSIVE RASHNESS.



The great
Jew Scholar Zaid Ibn Zu'nah converts to Islam

Zaid ibn Su`nah (the great Jewish scholar of Madinah), Zaid ibn Su`nah said, "I recognized all of the signs of prophethood upon seeing the face of Muhammad save two signs that were not immediately evident: That his forbearance would precede his rashness, and that his forbearance would increase upon encountering excessive rashness." Zaid ibn Su`nah reports

Zaid continues, "I approached the Prophet and said, 'O Muhammad! If you desire, rent me such and such garden of dates for a fixed period of time.'

He replied, 'No, but I'll rent you a certain amount of date [palms] until such and such period without specifying the garden.'

I replied, 'Alright.' Thus, he rented them to me, and I opened my purse and took out eighty mithqaal of gold (350 grams) to pay for the particular dates for a fixed period. The Prophet handed the gold to the man and instructed him, 'Help them through this and distribute it justly.'

Zaid ibn Su`nah goes on, "Two or three days before the fixed period was to end, the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) came out with Abu Bakr, `Umar, `Uthman (may Allah be pleased with them), and a number of other Companions to offer the funeral prayer. When he finished the prayer and approached a wall to sit against it, I came to him, grabbed him by his shirt and cloak, and looked at him angrily and said, 'O Muhammad! Why don't you pay off my due?! By Allah, I know nothing of your family except deferment [on debts]. I know well of your people.'

Saying this I looked at `Umar( a close companion of the prophet) whose eyes were bulging and turning out of anger. He glared at me and said, 'O enemy of Allah! Did you actually just say what I heard to the Messenger of Allah? Did you really just do to him what I saw? By the One Who holds my life in His hand, if I were not concerned with [the Prophet's] leaving us, I would have struck your head with my sword.'

The Messenger of Allah, who was looking at me quietly and patiently, said, 'O `Umar! We don't need this. I was more in need of your advice to pay off his loan well, and he your advice to deal courteously. Go with him `Umar, pay off his loan, and give him twenty extra saa` (44 kilograms) of dates because you frightened him.

Thus, `Umar took me, paid off my debt, and gave me an extra twenty saa` of dates. I asked him, 'Why this increase?'

He replied, 'The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) ordered me to give you this for my scaring you.'



Some Reference's from the Old Testament

1. Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) prophecised in Deut 18 ?
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Deuteronomy 18:18-19 "I will raise them up a Prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee, and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him. And it shall come to pass, that whosoever will not hearken unto my words which he shall speak in my name, I will require it of him."


2.
Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) was from Ishmael - one of his sons dwelt in paran confirming the lineage.


Ishmael dwelt in the wilderness of “Paran”(Gen.21:21) He beget twelve sons one of whom was named “Kedar”. (Gen.25:13)


3
. Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) was the promised great nation of Ishmael. The water that Ishmael drank was none other than the holy water Zam Zam which is still pouring forth in Mecca and is the main source of water for millions of pilgrims throughout the year.


Genesis 21:17-21 17 " And God heard the voice of the lad; and the angel of God called Hagar out of heaven, and said unto her, What aileth thee, Hagar? fear not; for God hath heard the voice of the lad where he is "

18 "Arise, lift up the lad, and hold him in thine hand; for I will make him a great nation"

19 "And God opened her eyes, and she saw a well of water; and she went, and filled the bottle with water, and gave the lad drink"



4. Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) is also mentioned by name in Song of Songs.



Song Of Songs 5:16 ""His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem."



The phrase "he is altogether lovely" reads in the hebrew as "he is Makhamaddin" ( please note that there is no "h" in hebrew. Therefore arabic word Mohammed is pronounced as makhamaddin in hebrew.