PROPHECIES ABOUT PROPHET MUHAMMAD IN THE PARSI SCRIPTURE.
May 25, 2017
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PROPHECIES ABOUT PROPHET MUHAMMAD IN
THE PARSI SCRIPTURE.
The Parsi religion is one of the oldest religions in the world,
perhaps as old if not older than the Hinduism. It has two collections
of Scriptures – the Dasatir and the Zand Avasta, which may be called
respectively the Old and the New Testaments of the Parsi religion. In
Dasatir, No.14, which is associated with the name of Sasanll, there is
not only a corroboration of the Doctrines and the teachings of Islam,
but a clear prophecy as to the Advent of the prophet Muhammad
(pbuh). The Prophecy is made in the clearest terms, and is preceded
by a vision of a state of extreme disorder and demoralization in
Persia. It runs thus:
“When the Persians should sink so low in morality, a man
will be born in Arabia whose followers will upset their
throne, religion and everything. The might stiff-necked
ones of Persia will be overpowered. The house which was
built (referring to Abraham building the Kaabah) and in
which many idols have been placed will be purged of
idols, and people will say their prayers facing towards it.
His followers will capture the towns of the Parsis and
Taus and Balkh and other big places round about. People
will embroil with one another. The wise men of Persia
and others will join his followers.”
This prophecy is contained in a book which has ever been in the
hands of the Parsis, and its words do not admit of two interpretations.
The coming man is to be an Arab. The Persians would join his faith.
Fire temples would be destroyed. Idols would be removed. People
would say their prayers facing towards the Kaabah. Can this
prophecy fit in with any person other than Muhammad?
Thus if on hand, the Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) testified to the
truth of all the other Prophets, belonging to all the different nations
of the world, and made it a part of his religion, on the other hand, the
Scriptures of these previous Prophets are found to contain clear
prophecies about the advent of our Holy prophet Muhammad (the
Peace and the Blessings of God be upon him). This mutual
corroboration, by furnishing a great evidence of the spiritual
providence of God for humanity, strengthens people’s faith in
religion, in general, and in the religion of Islam, in particular (Extract
from Mr. Jairzbhoy’s book “Muhammad: A Mercy to all the nation”).
PROPHET Muhammad The last Messenger in the Bible
Written By: KAIS AL KALBY