And he said, The LORD came from Sinai, and rose up from Seir unto them; 
   he shined forth from mount Paran, and he came with ten thousand of 
   saints: from his right hand went a fiery law for them. 

   Muhammad (SAS) was at the head of ten thousand followers at the 
   time of the conquest of Mecca. 
Sadly we see here a common Muslim way of corrupting the scriptures where it fits their agenda: The text isn't as quoted above, but it says "...with ten thousands of saints" (meaning the angels). Likely this is poetic hyperbole (white common in semitic culture) and not to be understood literally. Nevertheless, if you do insist to take it literally, then observe that it says "ten thousands" not "ten thousand", i.e. it is in the plural and hence it has to be at least 2 x 10,000 and so it is not fulfilled by Muhammad. He came up short by at least 50% problably more.

Furthermore, it is not a man who comes, but the LORD, and it is the name of God that is used here, YaHWeH. This is like taking a passage in the Qur'an that speaks about Allah and applying it to Muhammad or any other human being.

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