We are good at pointing out other people’s stupid religious stories but cannot see our own stories!
Muhammad made up equally if not more ridiculous fairytales. Like travelling to the 7th heaven. Along the way meeting different angels and prophets. Then bartering with Allah to reduce prayer from 50 times a day to 5 times a day. But this god who had a chance to send us his message and 50 prayer a day request for 200,000 years of human evolution on earth (that we know off), never required any nation to pray this much. But we have to believe that Muhammad used his merchant skills to negotiate Allah to reduce prayer from 50 to 5. Did he mention there is no gravity? Did he mention he could not breath or there is no air? Did he point out that Earth is round? Did you not notice him suggesting every layer of the sky has its own prophets and angels?
Can you not see that the story is full of BULLSHITS!!
Here some more:
Al-Burāq (البُراق “lightning”) is a mythological steed comparable to the Greek Pegasus, believed to be a creature from the heavens which transported the various Islamic prophets.
Islamic sources describe it as a tall, white, handsome-faced, long eared, bridled male beast, bigger than a donkey but smaller than a mule. It has two wings on its thighs and its step is so wide that it “reached the farthest point within the reach of the animal’s sight.”
Some traditions also describe it with the head of a woman and the tail of a peacock, similar to the Hindu Goddess Sri Kamadhenu who is sometimes depicted as a winged cow with a peacock’s tail and the head of a woman.
The belief is that the Buraq carried Prophet Muhammad from Mecca to the seven heavens, from the heavens to the then non-existent “farthest mosque” (Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem) and back to Mecca during the Isra and Mi’raj or “Night Journey”.
During his visit to the heavens, prior to meeting with Allah, Muhammad met with various prophets, including Musa (Moses) who allegedly wept because there would be more believers in Islam in heaven than Jews. Like it is some competition! Hold on, wasn’t Moses Muslim anyways? Why stop here, the whole thing is a joke!