Muhammad: Fake or True Messenger of God? - Yasir Qadhi  

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From the beginning, our Prophet Muhammad (salla Allahu alayhi wa sallam) was accused of many things. "A mad man!" they called him, or a liar, or deluded and possessed, perhaps a deceitful sorcerer! Yet, his followers continued to grow, and his opponents dwindled even as they increased in their exasperation and frustration.

His image and his legacy has constantly been smeared throughout history, but until today his teachings bring about peace to billions around the globe, and his followers increase day-by-day.

Was he a liar? Was he deluded? Was he really a fraud? Or was he truly the Messenger of God sent as a mercy to mankind?

Join Shaykh Dr. Yasir Qadhi​ as he academically and unabashedly deals with the most controversial allegations on Muhammad: Fraud or Messenger of God!

Recorded 12th April 2014 - Oslo, Norway.

Shared on: 04 May 2017

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