Muhammad Calls Coronavirus "Fake News"!

Nearly fourteen centuries ago, the Prophet Muhammad assured his followers that there is no such thing as a contagious disease. Anyone who contracts a disease did so spontaneously, rather than by coming into contact with an infected person. What does this tell us about the coronavirus pandemic? According to Muhammad, most of what the media are reporting about the disease is “fake news.” David Wood (Acts 17 Apologetics) discusses the issue.

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I’ve often suspected (based on some disturbing hadiths) that Muhammad spread a venereal disease to his wives. I wonder if that’s why he started telling his followers that there’s no such thing as a “transitive disease.” Maybe that was his way of telling his wives, “Don’t blame me!”

7:29 How do abrogate a scientific fact?
A: it’s not a scientific fact to begin with.

Someone needs to tell Dr. Fauci.

Check again, they changed the translations now hahaha good move

The vaccine lies in one of the wings of Flies! Dunk those flies!

Prophet Muhammad M.D. (Master of Deception?)

They have added notes in those hadiths after your video :rofl::rofl::rofl: please check again



01 May 2020 - CORVID-19 is ongoing - We are still in lockdown mode - Phase 4. End times birth pains are going on. Watch and be ready all the time. You will not receive a text or e-mail message from Jesus that He is coming.
More importantly, the Bible prophecies accurately describe what we are experiencing. We are also shown a unique way to turn to God. It helps us to cope in the current situation and with the deadliest “Sin Virus” we all suffer from:

  1. Admit that you are a sinner (Romans 6:23)

  2. Believe that Jesus died for your sins (1 Peter 2:24 A)

  3. Call upon the Lord (Romans 10:13)

  4. Dedicate your life to Jesus not to sin (1 Peter 2:24 B)
    Stay safe. God bless.

Shame on this liar! He cared about his dignity rather than corrected his false statement.

Because he loved himself much more hence many ignorant people would die by his statements.

“My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge” Hosea 4:6

Sad for those ignorant people.

On the contrary, Jesus would rather suffer mock, accusation, flogging, agony and death for our salvation and healing.

He loves His people with His blood!

Who doesn’t want to follow a King like this?
Who doesn’t want a God like this?
Who doesn’t want to surrender to a Lord like this?

Wake up! Muslim!
Wake up from lies and liars and embrace Jesus!

Praise be to Allah.
The Prophet Mohammed (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There is no ‘Adwa (transmission of infectious disease without the permission of Allah) and no Tiyarah (superstitious belief in bird omens), but I like good omens.” They said: What is a good omen?” He said: “A good word.”

There are several versions of this hadeeth; Al-Bukhaari (5776), (5316), and Muslim (2224).

Al-Bukhari (5316) narrated that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “There is no ‘Adwaa [contagion, transmission of infectious disease without the permission of Allah], no tiyarah [superstitious belief in bird omens], no haamah [refers to a Jaahili Arab tradition described variously as: a worm which infests the grave of a murder victim until he is avenged; an owl; or the bones of a dead person turned into a bird that could fly], and no Safar [the month of Safar was regarded as “unlucky” during the Jaahiliyyah period (before Islam)].”

Meaning & Commentary:
The words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) “There is no ‘Adwa” are general in meaning, thus the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) states that there is no contagion (without the permission of Allah).
With regard to the words “no contagion (Adwa): contagion is something that happens, as is indicated by the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him), “Do not put a sick one with a healthy one” i.e., the owner of a sick camel should not bring it to the owner of a healthy camel, lest the contagion be transmitted.

“And do not throw yourselves into destruction” Quran 2:195.

We cannot say that the Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was denying the effect of contagion, because contagion is something that is proven to exist in real life and is mentioned in many other hadith’s.

When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said “There is no ‘adwa”, a man said: “O Messenger of Allah, the camels may be healthy like deer, then a mangy camel comes and mixes with them and they all get the mange.” The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “And who infected the first one?” meaning that the disease came to the first one with no contagion, rather it came from Allah. By the same token, if it was transmitted by contagion, then it was transmitted by the command of Allah. A thing may have a known cause or it may not have a known cause.

The mange of the first one may not have a known cause, apart from the fact that it happened by the will and decree of Allah, and the mange that came after it does have a known cause. But if Allah wills the camel will not become mangy. Hence sometimes a camel may get the mange but then it recovers and does not die. The same happens with the plague and cholera; they may enter a house and some may get sick and die, while others are not affected at all.
Based on this, what is meant by the words of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) “no ‘Adwa (contagion)” is that disease is not transmitted from a sick person to a healthy one by itself, rather it is transmitted by the will and decree of Allah. If a sick person mixes with healthy ones, this is one of the causes of the transmission of disease.

But this does not mean that it will inevitably happen, rather it only happens if Allah wills it. Hence we often see a sick mother give birth to a healthy child, and the disease is not transmitted to the infant.

And Allah knows best.

The Prophet said, “If you hear of an outbreak of plague in a land, do not enter it; but if the plague breaks out in a place while you are in it, do not leave that place.”

Brother you should take off your biasesness and don’t quote the Hadith out of context if you want to know the truth you should read these Hadiths with context. I can understand your problem is the spread of Islam and most awakened minds are accepting it with open mind and without any force. People like you blame that Islam has spread by sword so then why most Americans and Europeans are accepting Islam now a days living in their home countries. This is a open secret that Islam is the only religion in its original form all others have been polluted by humans’ own desires and wishes. So, if you want to know the truth you read Islam in its true spirit. As for as I know the first hadith you quoted where Hazarth Muhammad (PBUH) told the man who infected the first camel, there the Prophet wanted to tell the man that what ever we get we get only from Allah (God). If God wants to protect us no disease can ever harm us. Don’t you believe in this? What ever we face in life good or bad that is all from God. If we will do good God will protect us from all evils and if we will do bad then its all due to our bad actions.

@Acts17Apologetics Have Muslims at work wearing masks. Wish I could be like you and tell them they must not trust Muhammed.

No such thing as a contagious disease…So I guess that’s why all those Iranians drank Methanol to prevent CV

I really don’t get this Muslims belief… Its really stupid … No point …

Maybe Muhammad was an ancient communist. They are convinced ‘There is no coronavirus’, ‘There is no coronavirus’.

The Pope will call for another crusade