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Published on Sep 18, 2009

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My dear Muslim brothers and sisters and my respected Christian friends the songs of Solomon as exists today is formed out of different poems and even different fragments of the same poem which represent a Jewish oral tradition of thousands of years, all put together in what is known today to be the book of songs, This was the viewpoint of many ancient Jewish rabbis, so it is not necessary for the verses describing the prophet Mohammad to be related to some of the text present today in the song of songs.

Add to that, according to Islam we believe that every prophet of God sent to the children of Israel has given glad tidings of the prophet Muhammad some of them in details which makes the ancient Jewish oral tradition rich of prophet Muhammads description, we can clearly see that throughout chap 5 of the songs where the description giving there match very much the description we have in the books of hadith about the prophet Mohammad, also its a common knowledge that the prophet Muhammad returned Mecca among ten thousand of his companions, clear reference to that in 5:10 of the songs and above all his name was given as you have Heard it in the video. He was very much beloved to that woman and still beloved to billions of people today may the peace and the blessings of God be upon him. Im convinced that the person described in chapter 5 could very much be the prophet Muhammad and Allah knows best!

Delitzsch, who is one of the world most renowned theologians 1813 -1890 on his commentary on the songs of Solomon wrote:

"The most obscure book of the Old Testament."

Regarding the translation of the Hebrew word מחמד google translation had it as Mohammad few months ago. Somehow they change it to sweet now. Also some other translation sites followed it as well. You may suggest a translation to google as it still in beta version.

Listen to the songs of Solomon in its original form, in Hebrew where Muhammad is mentioned by name:

Hebrew bible:


Does the Name of Muhammad Appear in Song of Solomon 5:16?
الحقيقة المطلقة حول محمد في الكتاب المقدس
الحقيقة الصارخة حول محمد في الانجيل
الحقيقة الصارخة حول محمد في التوراة
اسم محمد في نشيد الانشاد


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