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Let us now critically examine the claim of Prophet in Vedas. option=com_content&view=article&id=201&Itemid=131Let me declare at outset that Vedas contain no history or geography whatsoever and contain description of fundamental principles governing life and universe in a variety of manner.
There are indeed names of several historical persons in Vedas.
I shall quote the text published at IRF website as “IRF:” and the analysis of the same as “Analysis:” The actual meanings of the mantras will be quotes as “Actual:”In the 20th book of Atharvaveda Hymn 127 Some Suktas (chapters) are known as Kuntap Sukta. Thus meaning the message of peace and safety and if translated in Arabic means Islam.1.
By this logic, all books of spiritualism and self-help and their content would mean Islam!
Going further, they should also then accept the theory of rebirth!
In brief, any attempt to prove Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in Hindu Scriptures is nothing but an insult to both the great legacy of peaceful Prophet as well as a crooked attempt to malign Hinduism.
I hope they would take this journey of seeking truth even further and completely embrace the Vedas to reach their original roots. These mantras are called so probably because their true meaning was hidden and was to be revealed in future.
Its hidden meaning is also connected with the navel or the middle point of this earth.
But as per modern science, in a non-flat world, Mecca lies at 21-29 N. (The importance given to Mecca in Islam is because of historical reasons dating prior to advent of Islam.
And if indeed they believe so, let them issue a world-wide fatwa to start donating cows, stop eating beef and admitting that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) killed the entire population of Mecca!
Just as they would be issuing a fatwa that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a ghost/demon incarnate in name of Tripurasur (as per Bhavishya Puran).
The Kuntaap Sukta appear at end of Atharvaveda and are not considered to be part of Veda Samhita, but merely an addendum (Khil Bhaag or Appendix) by many scholars.
This is the only portion in entire Vedas that have such a difference in opinion among scholars.