John 14:15-16 —

web “If
you love me, keep my commandments. And I will pray for the Father and He shall
give you another Comforter that he may abide with you forever.”

theologians have said that “another Comforter” is Muhammad (PBUH), the Messenger
of Allâh; and him to “abide forever” means the perpetuity of his laws and way
of life (Shari’ah) and the Book (Qur’ân) which was revealed to him.

John 15:26-27 —

“But when the
Comforter comes, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of
truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me: And ye also
shall bear witness, because ye have been with me from the beginning.”

John 16:5-8 —

“But now I go
my way to Him that sent me and none of you asketh me ‘Whither goest thou?’ But
because I have said these things unto you, sorrow hath filled your heart.
Nevertheless, I tell you the truth; for if I go not away, the Comforter will
not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you. And when he
comes, he will reprove the world of sin, and approve righteousness and

John 16:12-14 – 

bu “I have yet many things to say unto you, but you cannot bear them now. How
to be it when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all
truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that
shall he speak, and he will shew you things to come. He shall glorify me: for
he shall receive of mine, and he shall shew it unto you.”

John 16:16 —

“A little
while and ye shall not see me: and again a little while, ye shall see me,
because I go to the Father.”

theologians have stated that the person who is described by Jesus to come after
him in the above verses — does not comply with any other person but Muhammad
(PBUH) will be the Messenger of Allâh. This ‘person ‘whom Jesus prophesied will
come after him is called in the Bible ‘Parqaleeta’ This word was deleted by
later interpreters and translators and changed at times to ‘Spirit of Truth’.
and at other times, to ‘Comforter’ and sometimes to ‘Holy Spirit. The original
word is Greek and its meaning is ‘one whom people praise exceedingly.’ The
sense of the word is applicable to the word ‘Muhammad (in Arabic).


(1) The Bible
testifies to the fact that Jesus was known among the Jews; he used to preach
and deliver sermons in the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. It was, therefore,
unnecessary to hire a Jew for thirty pieces of silver to direct them to him as
related in Matthew.

(2) It is
related that one of the twelve disciples named Judas Iscariot was hired to
direct the Jews to Jesus. They then sentenced him after which Judas was greatly
ashamed and dissociated himself from their act and then committed suicide. All
this took place within twenty-four hours. The contradictions are obvious.

(3) The
clearest proof which alone is sufficient to discredit this story is when the
Jews passed the sentence of death against Jesus and intended to get the
approval of the governor, Pontius Pilate.

27:11-14 —

‘And Jesus
stood before the governor: The governor asked him, saying, ‘Art thou the king
of the Jews!’ And Jesus said unto him, ‘Thou sayest’: And when he was accused
of (by) the chief priests and elders he answered nothing. Then said Pilate unto
him, ‘Hearest thou not how many things they witness against thee?’ And he
answered him never (to) a word…”

The Christians
will interpret the above verse to mean that Jesus wanted to die on the Cross
for the redemption of mankind and the forgiveness of their sins. If so, then
why did he ask to turn away that cup from him (i.e. death? Why did he cry out
while on the Cross (as they assume): “O Lord, why hast Thou forsaken me?” How
could he have remained silent when the truth was being challenged? He was known
for his soul-inspiring sermons challenging the learned Jewish Rabbis. No sane
person can believe in this. If the story of the Cross is disproved then the
very foundation on which Christianity is based will be demolished.

Muslims believe
that Jesus was not crucified by the Jews as revealed in the Holy Qur’ân by
Allâh in a crystal clear manner: V. 4:157,158.

“And because of
their saying (in boast): ‘We killed Messiah Jesus, son of Mary, the Messenger
of Allâh’; — but they killed him not, nor crucified him, but it appeared so to
them (the resemblance of Jesus was put over another man (and they killed that
man)], and those who differ therein are full of doubts. They have no (certain)
knowledge, they follow nothing but conjecture. For surely, they killed him not
(i.e., Jesus, son of Mary). But Allâh raised him (Jesus) up (with his body and
soul) unto Himself (and he in the heavens). And Allâh is Ever All-Powerful,

The Jews
themselves, together with the entire Christian world, believe that he was
crucified. As proof against their views and to prove the truth of the Muslim
verdict through the Bible, I prepared the following set of questions based on
the Book of Matthew in the New Testament of the Bible. (Chapters 26 and 27):

(1) Did those
who captured Jesus (according to their assumption) know him in person? or did
they not know him?

testifies that they did not know him (2) Was it during the day or night that he
was captured? Matthew says it was during the night B). 

(3) Who was the one that
directed them to him? Matthew says: He was one of his twelve disciples called
Judas Iscariot.

(4) Did he
direct them free of charge or for a fixed reward which they specified for him

Mathew says: He
directed them to him for a fixed reward of thirty pieces of

(5) What was the
condition of Jesus during that night?

Matthew says.
He was fearful and prostrated in prayer saying: “O God, if it is possible
for You to let this cup pass from me, then let it pass.” It is incredible
that such words could come from a believer in God, let alone a Prophet of God
because all believers believe that God has power over all things.

(6) What was
the condition of his eleven disciples?

Matthew says.
Sleep overcame them that night together with their teacher (according to their
assumption) out of fear.

(7) Was Jesus
contented with their condition?

Matthew says
(verses 40-46): He was not satisfied. He used to come to them to wake them up
saying: “Watch and pray, that ye enter not into temptation; the spirit
indeed is willing but the flesh is weak.” Then he would come again to find them
asleep and he would again wake them up and say the same thing. This weakness
could not have been spoken of righteous pupils even if they were pupils of an
ordinary pious teacher, let alone the disciples of Jesus, son of Mary.

(8) Did they
help him when those ruffians captured him? Matthew says: They forsook him and
fled. (9) Did Jesus have confidence in his disciples that night?

Matthew says:
Jesus informed them that they will all forsake him. Then Jesus said unto them:
“Verily I say unto thee that this night before the cock crows, thou shall
deny me thrice.” Peter said unto him, “Although I should die with
thee. yet will I not deny thee.” Likewise also said all the disciples. And
so it happened.

(10) How did
those ruffians capture him?

Matthew says:
They came to him with swords and staves after they were directed to him by a
Jew, then they captured him as described in verse 57:

“And they
that had laid hold on Jesus, led him away to Caiaphas the high priest, where
the elders were assembled.”

There they
passed the sentence of death on him. The ruffians then took him away, spat on
his face, and struck him with their hands after which they stripped him of his
clothes and clad him in scarlet robes, then placed a crown of thorns on his
head and took him about, teasing and mocking him. They said to him: ‘You are
the king of Israel according to your claim.’ They severely degraded him.

(11) Who
finally decided to pass the death sentence against him?

Matthew says:
He was Pontius Pilate, who was at that time the governor of Palestine.

(12) When the
ruffians brought that man before the governor and informed him that the priest
of the Jews passed the sentence of death by crucifixion according to their law
(Torah), did he believe in them without investigation?

Matthew says:
He did not believe them but asked that man: “Is it true what they have
said?” He remained silent. The question was repeated and he continued to remain
silent. He remained silent in view of the truth; it was essential for him even
if he was not a Prophet to clarify the truth and deny the false accusation of
the Jews. The governor’s wife went to the governor and she said to him:
“Have thou nothing to do with that just man? for I have suffered many
things this day in a dream because of him.”

The Bible
states that Jesus delivered lengthy speeches to the Jews rebuking and warning
them which amounted to defaming them. Then why was he silent that day? The
governor’s intention for asking him was to stand for the truth.

(13) How was he
crucified according to their assumption?

Matthew says:
They crucified him between two thieves both of whom abused him by saying to him,
“If you are truthful then save yourself.”

(14) This was a
great calamity. What did he say while on the cross (according to their

Matthew says

Jesus cried
with a loud voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? (that is to say,) my
God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”

This is a
blatant declaration of disbelief according to all theological authorities.
Whoever relates it to a Prophet is a disbeliever according to the revealed

Almighty Allâh,
in the Qur’an, warns, the Jews and the Christians against their blasphemy; that
Jesus is an incarnation of God (Allah) or the son of God (Allah) or in
rejecting him totally; and that they must believe in him as a Messenger of
Allâh only:

“And there
is none of the people of the Scripture (Jews and Christians) But must believe
in him (Jesus, son of Mary, as only a Messenger of Allâh and a human being)
before his (Jesus or a Jew’s or a Christian’s) death (at the time of the
appearance of the angel of death). And on the Day of Resurrection, he (Jesus)
will be a witness against them.” (V.4:159).