MHMT/MHMD and a Seed of the Koran
31 Pages Posted: 18 Dec 2015
Date Written: December 18, 2015
The paper A Seed of the Koran defines the terms MHMT and MHMD, generally believed to refer to Prophet Muhammad. It demonstrates how MHMT was an institution and MHMD a title for a religious leadership.
The Jerusalem Talmud contains precise predictions for the timeframe that overlaps with the interests of the modern research community that attempts to understand the beginnings of Islam and the Koran.
The following is a summarizing ‘table of content’ of this working paper in the chronological order of the Berakhoth in the Jerusalem Talmud:
The keys to Paradise A Synod of the Great Assembly An Inter-Sectarian Alliance with Ishmael Incursion from the North Conquering the Promised Land The Wars of Gog and Magog The Son of God is Born The Djin in a renewed Schism MHMT/MHMD on the Temple Mount Rededication of the Temple Territorial Expansion Against Intercessors The Birth of Islam? Jihad against Babylon? The Night Journey
This working paper follows the order of the Jerusalem Talmud meticulously, and it guides the reader through selected text passages, step-by-step. A chronology for the beginnings of Islam and the Koran is presented, which includes the identification of key leaders of the Muslim narrative.
Keywords: koran, Islam, Judaism, Night Journey, Babylonian Talmud, Jerusalem Talmud, Muhammad, MHMD, MHMT, history of religion
JEL Classification: D23, D42, D43, D74, D79, H56, I39, J15, L12, N00, N15, N13, N43, N45, P40, Z10
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