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Few things are more convicting to Muslims than to consider the promise of Muhammad's carnal, and considerably local, heaven.

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Let's look at sura 56:

We find companions of the right hand, companions of the left hand, and those foremost and nearest to Allah. It begins by describing the latter group in gardens of bliss,(12) seated on thrones encrusted with gold and precious stones,(15) being served by perpetually fresh youths,(17) from goblets, shining beakers, and cups, filled from clear flowing fountains,(18) and won't even feel any "after-ache" from it, let alone be intoxicated.(19) Also any kind of fruit one chooses to select(20) and - get this - the flesh of any fowls that one desires!(21)

That's right. A chicken in every pot!

Yusuf Ali: And the flesh of fowls, any that they may desire.
Pickthal: And flesh of fowls that they desire.
Shakir: And the flesh of fowl such as they desire.

And to enjoy all the above with multiple companions that have beautiful, big, and lustrous eyes (22) like pearls "well guarded".(23) No frivolity or ill but only the saying "peace! peace".(26)

What did impoverished Bedouins and their desert lack? All of the above? Particularly the carnal riches?

The right hand crowd companions will be among trees and flowers with clustered plantains.(29) Lots of extended shade,(30) (to avoid the unpleasantness of a desert sunburn?), by water flowing constantly,(31) with abundant fruit(32) that is always in season, and never forbidden,(33) and Muhammad's followers will be seated on thrones of dignity raised high.(33)

A sense of self-importance through self-righteousness seems important in Muhammadan heaven.

For you is also created special companions that we have "made them virgin - pure (and undefiled), beloved (by nature), equal in age"(37) as companions of the right hand.(38)

Now what will the companions of the "left hand" crowd face? They will be in a fierce blast of fire and boiling water(42) in shades of black smoke(43) with nothing to refresh.(44) Filling your insides with the tree of zaqqum(52) (which must not be a good thing), and washing it down with boiling water,(54) while drinking with the gusto of a raging diseased camel.(55) And that's just for "entertainment"!(56)

To some this might read more like something that the child-like imagination of a 6th century illiterate might conceive.

Then in Muhammad's mind-numbingly repetive habit it's back into more for the ones nearest to Allah enjoying plenty of rest and relaxation in a garden of delights(89) with salutations of "Peace be unto thee" offered to you.(91)
And again for those who don't get Muhammad's false "truth", more "entertainment" with drinking boiling water(93) and burning in hell fire.(94)

Let's take a peak at sura 83:

By verse 16 those deniers of Muhammad get to enter Mohammed's "fire of hell"(16) as they are told: "This is the (reality) which ye rejected as false!".(17) Christians, of course, understand Muhammad is false, but do still understand the concept of eternal consequences for disobeying God. For example following a single 6th century false prophet that was, and taught, the exact opposite of the Word of god.

By verse 21 again we find the "righteous", on couches, or thrones,(23) "beaming brightness of bliss"(24) with thirst "slaked with pure wine" sealed(25) with musk(26) mixed with tasnim.(27) And of course a water spring.(28)

On their thrones of dignity they will command a sight of all things(23) - perhaps including those poor stricken that don't believe in Muhammad.

In sura 76:

By verse 4 for Mohammed's rejecters are "prepared chains, yokes, and a blazing Fire."(4)
But in the next verse, for the righteous, "a cup (of wine) mixed with kafur"(5) - a fountain where the drinking by Mohammed's devotees make it flow unstinted.(6) By verse 11 bliss, a garden, and garments of silk.(12)

That's gotta be a relief for believers who have a preference for natural fibers!

They will see neither the sun's excessive heat or nor the moon's excessive cold.(13)

Making Muhammad's heaven obviously a local phenomenon, appealing to desert dwelling Bedouin illiterates that were suffering the frigid nights and blistering days of their desert environment.

In the garden the fruit will hang low with "humility".(14) Amongst them round vessels of silver and goblets of crystal(15) will be passed around and they will determine the measure thereof.(16)

Hmm... carnal enough? Might that appeal to a Bedouin desert dweller?

And then given a cup of wine mixed with zanjabil.(17) And of course another fountain.(18) Again the perpetual youth servants(19) only this time dressed in "green garments of fine silk and heavy brocade" and the youths will be "adorned with Bracelets of silver" and "their Lord will give to them to drink of a Wine "Pure and holy.(21)

Prohibited for the Bedouins in this life, but a real treat in heaven. Sound kind of like a way to keep an army sober, and yet ready to commit suicide in battle, to hasten the hereafter?

Sura 47

Verse 15 covers the whole gamit in a parable of the garden with rivers of water, that deserts obviously don't have, and rivers of milk "of which the taste never changes", so apparently milk doesn't go sour in heaven, rivers of wine, and rivers of honey pure and clear. All kinds of fruit COMPARED TO those that don't follow Muhammad who dwell for ever in the fire, and are guessed it, boiling water to drink "so that it cuts up their bowels (to pieces)".

In Sura 3:15, 198 and 4:57 we find gardens with rivers of water flowing under them. In 15:45 we find gardens with fountains of clear flowing water.

Are we to believe this frequently recurring theme of running, flowing and fountaining water is a coincidence, consdering the environment of the illiterate desert dweller who recited the Quran?

So Heaven is rivers of wine, which is prohibited for Muslims on earth.
What if one doesn't like plantains?
Fowl meat for the vegetarians?
Better learn to like it, with a chicken in every pot!

What else does Muhammad offer the Bedouins besides food and drink that was scarce in their world? Self importance from elevated "thrones of dignity" decorated with gold and bejeweled. Shade from sun. Relief from the desert cold nights and blistering days. Multiple virgin partners. Servant boys in green silk and brocade. Silver cups. Crystal goblets. Silk clothing.

Might it seem a pretty transparent effort to persuade illiterate 6th century desert dwelling Bedouins, into believing that it was doing God's service to plunder caravans, murder poets, and begin the imperialistic slaughter of the First Islamic Jihad?

Winning these Bedouins not only the promise of Muhammad's carnal heaven, but while on earth a book whose god sanctions the theft of the property of others taken through imperialistic conquest, with even a whole sura titled "Spoils of War, Booty". That "booty" including the taking of, and sexual defiling of, women taken as spoils of imperialistic conquest, and even prostituting them.

Surah 24:33 ... Force not your slave-girls to whoredom that ye may seek enjoyment of the life of the world, if they would preserve their chastity. and if one force them, then (unto them), after their compulsion, lo! Allah will be forgiving, Merciful.

But what about women's heaven? The same short stick they suffer in this world?

Gold, silver, crystal, jewels, silk, wine, servants, delusion of "dignity" through a false perception of self-righteousness.
Basically the things that Satan lures men with on this earth, to divert them away from the things of the kingdom of God.

A PURELY CARNAL HEAVEN even including the multiple virgin sex partners to fornicate with

Is God carnal? Will we really need shade in heaven? Food, wine, and chickens? Not according to the Word of God.

Perhaps an even more stunning observation is that some adults aren't even embarrassed by juvenile literary content of these texts. To a reasonable person these pasasges would seem consistent with the imaginations of the child-like mind of a 6th century illiterate, and to a Christian, also obviously influenced by Satan.