Sahih Muslim HadithHadith 6040Narrated byAnas ibn Malik
Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him)took hold of his sword on the Day of Uhud and said: Who would take it from me? All the persons stretched their hands saying: I would do it, I would do it. He (Allah's Apostle) said: Who would take it in order to fulfil its rights? Then the people withdrew their hands. Simak ibn Kharashah AbuDujanah said: I am here to take it and fulfil its rights. He took it and struck the heads of the polytheists.
Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 4.54Narrated byAbu Huraira
The Prophet said, "By Him in Whose Hands my life is! Were it not for some men amongst the believers who dislike to be left behind me and whom I cannot provide with means of conveyance, I would certainly never remain behind any Sariya' (army-unit) setting out in Allah's cause. By Him in Whose Hands my life is!
I would love to be martyred in Allah's cause and then get resurrected and then get martyred, and then get resurrected again and then get martyred and then get resurrected again and then get martyred.
*** Muhammad, in his own words admits, that he did not fight in the raids that he either initiated or conducted.
He prefers death in JIHAD than life, as long as it is the Jihad fought by his followers and not himself.
What a coward.
He sent his simpleton and gullible followers to their death with promises of booty and rape if they survived and unlimited sensual and sexual pleasures in his perverted version of Paradise if they got killed.
With such promises, they could not go wrong, whether dead or alive.
Then, the brave Muhammad, who did not fight, boasts of how he would have preferred to die, in the way of Allah***
Ibn Ishaq 373
The apostle wore two coats of mail on the day of Uhud, and he took up a sword and brandished it saying "Who will take this sword with its right?" and he gave it to Abu Dujana Simak bin Kharasha, adding " That you should smite the enemy with it until it bends"
*** It is obvious that Muhammad was no Alexander the Great nor a
Julius Caesar but a pure coward who had no intention of exposing himself to danger and relying on others to die for him , his ideas and his deceiving promises ***
Ibn Ishaq 380
….When the enemy hemmed him (Muhammad) in, the apostle said " Who will sell his life for us?" And Ziyad b al Sakan with five of the Ansar arose. They fought in defence of the apostle man after man, all being killed….
*** Yet once more, even though Ibn Hisham had edited Ibn Ishaq's version of events by taking out items that were not complimentary to Muhammad, the story as depicted, shows an extremely cowardly man, who would send any number of gullible followers of his to their death, without lifting a finger to defend himself ***
Ibn Ishaq 381
Abu Dijana made his body a shield for the apostle. Arrows were falling on his back as he leaned over him, until there were many stuck in it.
Ibn Ishaq 381
The first man to recognise the apostle of after the rout when men were saying "The apostle has been killed" was Ka'b b Malik, according to what al Zuhri told me. Ka'b said I recognised his eyes gleaming from beneath his helmet, and I called on top of my voice "Take heart, you Muslims, this is the apostle of Allah"but the apostle signed to me to be silent.
*** There is no need for any further comments.
The Ahadith, when studied carefully, destroy all the myths of chivalry, bravery, compassion, intelligence, knowledge, veracity, miracles, etc, that were later created on behalf of and heaped upon the undeserving persona of Muhammad ***