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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

Why The Koran was address to Muhammad when he was unconscious why not when his mind was conscious?

Why most of Muhammad action are directly influence through his dream. For example he dream of Aisyah, that resulting him to marrying her.

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TheKoran was diliver to him when he was assleep and he dream of aisyah in his dream although he never meet aishyah in his life before

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Sir, I believe your information about conscious and unconscious is rather misinformation. If you are sure about your information could you please prove it through any source of Islamic literature ?

    Thank you!

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Muhammad was a pervert who married a 6 year old girl. Who would want that sicko as their main prophet?

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  • A2Z
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    1 decade ago

    Another IGNORANT.

    No AGE rule in the HOLY QURAN.

    No where in Quran is the age for marriage for girls (and/or boys) mentioned?", it is not mentioned by numbers in the Quran, but God establishes big clear standards that indicate that marriage can happen when maturity was achieved. As we all know maturity varies from one continent to another, from the hot countries to the cold ones, from one sex to another, and from one civilization to another. God knows that and he deliberately and out of His mercy, did not put an age rule for us. He left it for every community to decide while following the general rules of maturity supplied in the Quran.

    As we said before marriage means taking crucial decisions which are essential for a long marital life as per Quran, like taking solemn pledge, ascertaining mutual attraction, agreeing to the dowry (including adjustment thereto), ascertaining whether the opposite person is an idol worshipper or not and many other issues. Further, marriage involves taking serious responsibilities on the part of both the spouses concerning the upbringing of the family, which needs a degree of maturity that can best be judged by the people closer to the individual getting married.

    As stated above, with regard to things not specified in the Quran, it does not make any difference to do what one wishes to do as long as the law/s decreed for us in the Quran is/are not violated.

    What would be blasphemous and incorrect would be to falsely attribute ones wish / choice to God. In other words, if one prefers XYZ and then claims that God's law is XYZ ,then that would amount to attributing lies to God which is strongly condemned in Quran.

    [6:21]

    Who is more evil than one who lies about GOD, or rejects His revelations? The transgressors never succeed.

    [29:68]

    Who is more evil than one who fabricates lies and attributes them to GOD, or rejects the truth when it comes to him? Is Hell not a just retribution for the disbelievers?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Some peopel say that he had some psychic problems

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Who said he was unconscious?? Are you implying that he was hallucinating? Who said he dreamed of Aisha?

    Not funny.

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  • 1 decade ago

    because it is only a dream. and speculated on that dreams.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Good question though

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't like your reasoning.

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