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Had Mecca (Makkah) been on Equator, perhaps some credibility could have been attached to IRF claims.

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).

And that the word Islam was already existing way before Muhammad adapted it to name his cult.

It is welcoming that Muslims are now acknowledging that they owe their peacefulness to Vedas.

The Qur’an says in Surah Ali-Imran chapter 3, verse 96:“The first house (of worship) appointed for men was that at Bakkah (Makkah) full of blessings and of guidance and for all kinds of beings”. Which dictionary states that Kuntaap means hidden glands in the abdomen? Further, even if it means so, as researched by Dr Naik, how does it link with navel? The third line of IRF quote obviously refers to Islamic belief of earth being flat, and Muhammad being born in centre of the earth!

In abdomen, all other organs are hidden inside – liver, stomach, intestine etc. But as per Vedas and modern science, earth is almost spherical and hence all points on it can be considered middle point.4.

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On contrary, we shall prove that even if we assume Vedas to contain prophecies, that can no way be associated with Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), unless IRF believes that Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was a mass murderer and protector of cows, as we shall see later.

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.