Revisiting Muhammad’s Sex Paradise

The Information Age inevitably poses the greatest danger to Islam.

First, the Quran, hadiths, Sira and other Islamic biographies of Muhammad have been translated from Arabic into English language.

Second, these materials which hitherto were under the lock and key of Muslim leaders are now freely available and accessible to everyone on the Internet.

Therefore, for the first time in 1400 years, many people – even those living in Islamic strongholds – can now freely expose the falsehoods of Islam without being silenced by swords and daggers.

Many Muslims are now being confronted with the many lies, absurdities, filth and violence that permeate their religion and rejecting it wholesale.

This is giving Muslim leaders sleepless nights. Given that the inglorious sex paradise promised to Muslims in the Quran has become common knowledge to pesky non-Muslims, they are struggling to string together defenses that won’t upset their apple cart.

Now, when you bring up Muhammad’s playboy mansion paradise in a discourse, Muslims will quickly tell you to knock it off because Jesus also promised Christians a 100 fold of wives in heaven. They’d quote Matthew 19:29

And every one that hath forsaken houses, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my name’s sake, shall receive an hundredfold, and shall inherit everlasting life.”

To grasp the context of what Jesus was saying, let’s read its parallel passages:

I tell you the truth,” Jesus replied, “no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for me and the gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this present age (homes, brothers, sisters, mothers, children and fields- and with them persecutions) and in the age to come, eternal life” (Mark 10:29-30).

I tell you the truth,” Jesus said to them, “no one who has left home or wife or brothers or parents or children for the sake of the kingdom of God will fail to receive many times as much in this age and, in the age to come, eternal life” (Luke 18:29-30).

What the Lord is saying is that Christians will receive restoration of their possessions and family relationships with persecution here on earth – in this age – and in the age to come (or heaven), they will receive eternal life.

Nothing there about getting 100 virgins, pretty boys or endless sex. Our God is not a pimp!

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Muslims assert that we will also be drinking alcohol in heaven just as their Allah promised them rivers of wine in paradise. They quote Matthew 26:29

“But I say unto you, I will not drink henceforth of this fruit of the vine, until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom.”

The future event Jesus is referring to here is the Marriage Supper of the Lamb, when He will come together with all His people to share the juice of the fruit of the vine as one of the things to enjoy (vv. 26-28).

The “fruit of the vine” is not alcohol. The Greek word there is ampelos meaning “vine or grapevine.” It was juice derived from grape and a common Jewish health drink.

There is no such thing as “rivers of wine” in Jesus’ heaven, what He promises is “the water of life” (Rev. 21:6) and we know the water of life doesn’t stand for wine or any liquor.

It is written:

“For of this you can be sure: No immoral, impure or greedy person—such a person is an idolater—has any inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God. Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of such things God’s wrathcomes on those who are disobedient (Ephesians 5:5-6).

The Bible lists out sins such as sexual immorality, impurity, drunkenness, orgies and it warns: “those who live like this will not inherit the kingdom of God” (Gal. 5:19-21).

Muhammad lied to his followers. No river of wine or milk will be greasing the Muslim throat in the afterlife.

Sura 5:90 even says wine, among other things, is an “abomination of Satan’s handiwork,” so why is it a reward in Allah’s paradise?

The Quran, being a misogynist book, promises men sex with beautiful maidens (hoor) but says nothing about women being rewarded with handsome men in paradise.

When a Muslim threw this question at Zakir Naik, a Muslim apologist, he answered that the Arabic word “hoor” means a genderless “companion,” thus women will also get “men with big beautiful eyes.”

The problem with this tepid answer is that the term hoor in Arabic is used exclusively for a woman; it’s not used for a man. For example:

They will recline (with ease) upon coaches arranged in ranks, and We shall wed them to maidens, with beautiful big and lustrous eyes” (Sura 52:22).

And (there will be) Houris (fair females) with wide, lovely eyes (as wives for the pious)” (Sura 56:22).

And with them will be chaste females restraining their glances (desiring none except their husbands), with wide and beautiful eyes” (Sura 37:48).

Verily, We have created them (maidens) of special creation. And made them virgins. Loving (their husbands only), equal in age” (Sura 56:35-37).

Notice that in all these passages, not once is the term “big beautiful eyes” used for a man, neither do they suggest that men are also reserved for Muslim women.

A Quranic commentary on Sura 56:35-37 says that Muhammad was asked, “O Allah’s Messenger! Will we have sexual intercourse with our wives in Paradise?” He said “The man will be able to have sexual intercourse with a hundred virgins in one day” (Tafsir Ibn Kathir, Vol. 9, Surat Al-Munafiqun, p. 430).

Nothing is said about women being rewarded with studs.

Muhammad is also quoted as saying: “Allah will not admit anyone in the Paradise but Allah, the Mighty and glorious will marry him with 72 wives, two will be from virgin (houris) with big eyes and 70 will be his inheritance from the people of the Hell-Fire. Every one of them will have a pleasant vagina and he (the man) will have sexual organ that does not bend down during sexual intercourse (perpetual erection)” (Ibn Majah 5:4337).

Once again, no reward of 72 men for women is stated. Muhammad even boasted that one of his sex partners in Jannah would be Mary the mother of Jesus!

“The Messenger of God … said ‘God married me in paradise to Mary the Daughter of ‘Imran and to the wife of Pharaoh and the sister of Moses.’ (Tabarani)” (Ibn Kathir, Qisas al-Anbiya, 1968, 381)

Islamic scholar, Ali Dashti wrote:

“According to the Cambridge Tafsir, the word thayyebat (widows or divorcees) refers to Pharaoh’s wife Asiya, and the word virgins (akbar) refers to Jesus’ mother Mary, both of whom are waiting to be married to the Prophet Mohammed in heaven” (23 Years: A Study of the Prophetic Career of Mohammed, 1994, p. 138).

Even in his wildest imagination, Muhammad didn’t conceive of women being rewarded as men are.

Some have suggested that the “young boys” mentioned in Sura 34:24, 76:19 and 56:33 are reserved for women, but in all these passages, these boys are specifically said to be for men’s service. The ugly truth is that there will be few (if any) Muslim women in Jannah according to Muhammad:

“Then I saw the (hell) fire, and I have never before seen such a horrible sight as that and I saw that majority of its dwellers were women. The people asked ‘O Allah’s Apostle! What is the reason for that?’ He replied, ‘because of their ungratefulness…” (Bukhari 7:62:125)

Muslim apologists never quote these portions because to do so would be fatal to their cause.

One Muslim scholar wistfully told the media that the Quran didn’t really promise men 72 virgins, but 72 raisins. Of course, we know these 72 “raisins” have beautiful eyes, white skin and swelling breasts.

Take the sex paradise away from Islam and jihad will wane. All the Muslims willing to kill and die for Islam look forward to a celestial brothel.

The Islamist attackers in several countries of late, had their hopes hinged on a bogus promise of an eternal sex orgy.

I read about a criminal who robbed people and killed them in order to lavish money on a stripper he had fallen in love with. He didn’t mind killing many people because of sex with a harlot. The moral economy behind jihad is no different from this.

Dear Muslim, there are no wide-eyed heavenly harlots for you; no pretty boys, rivers of wine, clusters of fruit or chicken meat for you when you shout “Allahu Akbar!” and kill people, rape kafir women or fight for Islam.

Muhammad fooled you. He deceived you. He appealed to your base instincts – the desire for food, sex and wine – to keep you bound.

But there is a better path. There is a God who loves you, who He sent His Son Jesus Christ, to pay for your forgiveness and give you a new life. Ask Him to be your Lord. To follow Muhammad is to be eternally damned.

Counterfeit Miracles


One of the biggest “proofs” Romanists use to validate Roman Catholicism are its miracles. Miracles of saints, icons, rosaries, the Eucharist and the Catholic Mary are used to make up for a lack of convincing answers.

For example, on October 13, 1917, at the Fatima Marian apparition site, 70,000 people witnessed the sun fall from the sky:

Just when it seemed that the ball of fire would fall upon and destroy them, the miracle ceased and the sun resumed its normal place in the sky …When the people arose from the ground, cries of astonishment were heard on all sides. Their clothes, which had been soaking wet and muddy, now were clean and dry. Many of the sick and crippled had been cured of their afflictions” (Our Lady of Fatima’s Peace Plan From Heaven, 1983, pp. 7, 8).

This “solar miracle” has been reported at several Marian apparition sites where the sun seemed to dance, spin or appeared like the communion host, and people looked directly at it without suffering eye damage.

The same happened in Puerto Rico in 1991 before a crowd of 100,000. It also happened in the Philippines in 1993 before a crowd of 300,000.

Similar events were also recorded in places like Medjugorje, Denver, Texas and Bosnia. According to the Queen of heaven, which Roman Catholicism bows to, more miracles are on the way.

In a message received by a seer, she said:

My sign is emerging. God wills it thus. Only my children recognize it, as it reveals itself in secrecy, and they praise the Eternal One for it. Today I cannot reveal my power to the whole world. I must withdraw with my children. In secrecy I will perform miracles on the souls until the number of sacrifices has become full. Then I can reveal myself to the whole world” (Thomas Petrisko, Call of the Ages, Queenship Publication, 1995, 303).

Reading this, from a Biblical point of view, three red flags go up immediately.

First, this spirit entity boasts of being the source of these miracles. The real Mary couldn’t, and in fact, never had such a power.

Second, the purpose of these “miracles” is to gather the whole world at the feet of the Queen of heaven. She has a sense of ownership over Catholics whom she calls “my children,” a statement that the real Mary could never have made.

Third, the entity refers to “many sacrifices” being made unto fullness, but God’s Word makes it clear that only the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross is perfect and complete; it can’t and must not be repeated.

The “eternal one” being praised by these miracles is not God but a demonic entity.

Stories of Catholic saints involved miracles too, though most lacked credible eye witnesses. The 17th century saint, Joseph of Cupertine, was said to be able to fly like a bird and see ecstatic visions. He was finally canonized as a patron saint of air travellers.

St. Therese de Lisieux in her biography, Storm of Glory, narrated how she found refuge at the statue of the virgin Mary, which one day became animated and radiated a warmth that “penetrated to the depths” of her soul.

The stigmata miracle – a spontaneous manifestation of bloody wounds on a person’s hands, feet and forehead similar to where Christ was pierced – was experienced by “saints” like Catherine of Siena, John of God, Francis of Assisi, Faustina Kowalska and also one brother Roque from Columbia.

Stigmatists, like Magdalena de la Cruz (1487-1560) were exposed as fakes. In the case of Padre Pio, an Italian monk, the stigmata wounds he allegedly endured for 50 years were said to pay for the sins of the world.

Pio reportedly said many spirits of the dead (and the living) visited him in his monastery cell to thank him for paying for their sins with his sufferings so they could be released from purgatory and go to heaven.

Other monks testified that they heard multitudes of voices talking with Padre Pio at night. Pio’s “stigmata” was later exposed as self-induced with the aid of an acid!

In a certain Catholic video, a stigmatist housewife in Damascus was shown lying on a bed surrounded by Catholic “pilgrims” praying their rosaries. She was screaming with much agony “Take it away! Take it away!”

Suddenly, holes physically appeared on her forehead, hands and feet as if someone was driving physical nails into them and she began to bleed profusely.

If this wasn’t staged, can it be classified as a miracle or demonic torment?

The idea of stigmata rests on the theory that some people can pay for sins like Jesus, but the Bible makes it clear that Christ has paid the full penalty for sin.

“In whom we have redemption through his blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of his grace” (Eph. 1:7).

There’s nothing left for sinners to pay to receive the full pardon offered by God’s grace. Besides, no man can pay the penalty Jesus paid because it is an infinite penalty. The stigmata is either a self-induced fraud or demonic miracle.

Julia Kim, a Catholic mystic in Korea, claims that the host changes into real flesh in her mouth.

A Catholic church in Venezuela also reported that their host pulsates and squirms within its glass monstrance, like a live human flesh.

Similarly, in 2005, two hosts in a church in Naju were suspended mid-air by themselves and later dropped to the floor and became bloody.

These “miracles” are attempting to accentuate the Catholic belief in transubstantiation and as a result, cannibalism and idolatry. Not a good arrangement.

There have been cases of oils, water or sweet fragrance exuding from statues or icons.

Catholic pilgrims once rushed to Our Lady of Velankanni in India in 2012, where “miracle water” was allegedly exuding from the foot of a crucifix.

While they were collecting this “holy water” with joy, a skeptic, Sanal Edamarku, successfully debunked this “miracle” by demonstrating that the water droplets exuding from the feet of “Jesus” at this crucifix came from a drainage in a nearby washroom through capillary action.

Sanal soon became a target of angry Catholics calling for his arrest, for ripping their sacred cow into shreds. While I do not deny the reality of the supernatural in Roman Catholic reports of miracles, a number of them are no more than hoaxes, pranks and mere superstition taken afar.

Indeed, there have been real cases of  statues or icons that supernaturally bled. Personally, I can’t find anything glorifying God in seeing a bunch of statues bleeding like butchered cows.

I remember years ago when a statue of Mary in Anambra State, Nigeria bled, some Catholics said it meant Mary was weeping for “the many sins in the land.”

But why weep blood? Is that not kind of … gory? Besides, our sins are committed against God, not against Mary. So that shoots it down.

There seems to be a common trend in Catholic miracles: a morbid obsession with human flesh, blood, death and suffering. These things do not “pertain unto life and godliness” (2 Pet. 1:3).

In another Catholic video, one woman was interviewed, and she said, “I attached my rosary to the cross hanging outside the home and it actually turned from silver into gold.”

Is this also demonic? To answer this, we need to turn away from subjective experiences and look into the Word of God.

1. In Scripture, when God does a miracle, they are all practical –  the sick got healed, the lame walked, the red sea divided.

God doesn’t do a miracle in a sense of glorifying an object, making a show or dazzling people with euphoria.

Satan and his servants love showbiz and manipulating human emotions e.g by causing fire to descend from the sky “before all men” (Rev. 13:12).

The Catholic “miracles” of the golden rosaries, relics or dancing sun fall into this category.

2. The source. Miracles can either come from God or Satan. Therefore, just because someone experiences a miracle, does not mean that it’s from God.

The magicians of Egypt were able to duplicate 3 out of the 10 plagues God sent upon Egypt through the agency of demonic powers (Ex. 7:11, 22, 8:7).

Satan is able to control the elements like the wind and fire, so making the sun appear to “dance” is pretty easy (Job 1:16, 19).

The Bible says the Antichrist’s coming is through “the working of Satan with all power and signs and lying wonders” (2 Thess. 2:9) and we are told about “the spirit of demons that do miracles” (Rev. 16:14).

3. The focus. In the Bible, whenever a miracle came from God, the long result is praise, awe or fear of His majesty:

“The man immediately stood up in front of them… Praising God, he went home” (Lk. 5:25).

“The man was walking, jumping, and praising God” (Acts 3:8).

“The news about this spread throughout the city of Joppa, and as a result many people believed in the Lord” (Acts 9:42)

Every true miracle directs people to focus on God or Jesus. It never leads people to pray to Mary, or a dead saint or exalt a human personality. This is exactly what Marian apparitions do.

No one in the Bible ever built a shrine or pilgrimage site to Jesus or the apostles or Mary over a miracle they received

4. The intent. A true miracle does not substantiate errors or endorse superstitions. The Holy Spirit always leads Believers into the truth (Jn. 16:13) and that truth is based on the Bible.

The “miracles” of Rome are intended to endorse falsehoods like purgatory, transubstantiation, rosaries etc.

5. If the miracles of Roman Catholicism legitimize it, then they must also prove other false religions true as well because they too have their own “miracles.”

Hindu literature is full of tales of miracles of “saints” like Nambi Ambar, Jnanadeva, Chaitanya or Manikkavasagar.

Zoroaster was also said to have cured a king of paralysis. There are some modern examples too.

A video footage at the Pu Xian Buddhist mission in Malaysia once showed Buddha statues emitting light, blinking their eyes and moving their mouths.

In early August 2006, thousands of Buddhists in Sri Lanka flocked to their temples to see “miracle rays” which appeared visibly around the statues of Buddha, resulting in a heavy traffic all through Colombo. This event was reported by Sri Lankan newspapers.

On September 21, 1995, thousands of Hindu worshippers in different countries were shocked when they offered milk to their gods and the milk disappeared from their spoons. This same phenomenon occurred in 2006, 2008 and 2010.

The statue of the Buddha in Lhasa, Tibet reportedly cries ‘tears of pearls’ in the temple so much that the Lamas are moved. A German reporter took 5 of these pearls to Munich where a Chemist analysed them and said they were “love pearls.”

If the bleeding statues of “Mary” echoes a point, the pearl-weeping statues of Buddhism raises a louder one.

Here in Africa, there are several pagan rites that are used to restrain rainfall, invoke spirits to materialize, heal people by removing live animals from their bodies or gain immunity to bullets or knife cuts.

I have personally witnessed a man who took a sharp knife and cut an orange with very little effort, then turned to his companion and used the knife to slice the back of his head. There was no single cut or mark there.

In New Age or Witchcraft circles, many of the “miracles” Catholics love to brag of do not move them an inch. They experience them all the time.

Of course, all these religions cannot be true since they contradict one another and oppose Bible Christianity. So who is the brain behind their miracles? Satan and his demons!

Miracles or supernatural signs do not guarantee truth. Satan “deceives the whole world” through false religions and uses false miracles accompanying them to blind the people trapped in them to think they are on the true path (Rev. 12:9).

As we move closer to the end of the age, these phenomena would be more common, not only in Catholicism, but also in the world, but those who stand firm on God’s Word, will not be deceived.