Nahj-ul-Balaghah: Prophet left behind Allah's book

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Re: Nahj-ul-Balaghah: Prophet left behind Allah's book
« Reply #20 on: December 24, 2015, 11:11:21 PM »
The Jewish view of the messiah is that he will be a king not a prophet. 'Is a is not dead so he can still fulfill the prophecy

True. This was the main reason why many Jews doubted him as they believed Messiah to be the King of Jews who would deliver them from oppression and establish his kingdom.

Unfortunately Jesus did not deliver Jews from Roman oppression nor did he establish his kingdom. So Jews view Jesus as wannabe Messiah who failed to fulfill Prophecies for Messiah stated in Torah.

They didn't give him bayah for him to lead. So he is expected to return to people who will support his leadership. Even Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) wanted to free the Meccan's from oppression, but they rejected him. Then he (sawas) went to Madina and became a ruler.


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