Many of the Quranic verses assert that Muhammad was only an ordinary human being, all be it inspired by Allah. The Quran would not allow him to perform a single miracle.
Yet after his death, a long term and huge 'industry' came into being churning out a lot of drivel and myths about Muhammad turning him into a superhuman being with an incredible sexual appetite, uncommon bravery, fantastic compassion, supreme leadership and sagacity; the perfect MAN that all his male followers should emulate for all time.
Less than a century afterMuhammad's death, FACTS and REALITY were overtaken by MYTH and FANTASY.
In fact, the further from the time of his death, the greater were the myth-making and miracle-mongering industries. Stories that are utterly bereft of logic as well as being totally repugnant to reason and veracity were invented - some stories made Muhammad the ultimate cause of the creation - that many later theologians and biographers of Muhammad could not and would not incorporate them in their treaties.
Most of these myths were attributed to Muhammad without Isnad (Corroboration) especially ones that relate that he was alone and without witnesses.
If he were alone then how did they know what transpired?
All these so called 'muslim' authors - all of whom well versed in both the Arabic language and the Quran - strayed totally from both the path of rightousness and the divine ordinances by blasphemously attributing to Muhammad qualities that are both beyond human abilities and comprehension dispite the Quranic verses which assert otherwise. These simpletons were only able to measure the achievements of Muhammad by physical and meta-physical standards and did not have the acumen and the intellect to do so based upon any of his spiritual and moral ones, if he had any.
Al Anbiyaa 21: 7 Before thee also the apostles we sent were but men to whom We granted inspiration: if ye realize this not ask of those who possess the Message. 8 Nor did We give them bodies that ate no food nor were they exempt from death. 9 In the end We fulfilled to them Our promise and We saved them and those whom We pleased but We destroyed those who transgressed beyond bounds
Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 1.268 Narrated byQatada
Anas bin Malik said, "The Prophet used to visit all his wives in a round, during the day and night and they were eleven in number." I asked Anas, "Had the Prophet the strength for it?" Anas replied, "We used to say that the Prophet was given the strength of thirty (men)." And Sa'id said on the authority of Qatada that Anas had told him about nine wives only (not eleven).
Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 1.282 Narrated byAnas bin Malik
The Prophet used to visit all his wives in one night and he had nine wives at that time.
Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 7.6 Narrated byAnas
The Prophet I used to go round (have sexual relations with) all his wives in one night, and he had nine wives.
Sahih Al-Bukhari HadithHadith 7.142 Narrated byAnas bin Malik
The Prophet used to pass by (have sexual relation with) all his wives in one night, and at that time he had nine wives.
Al-Tirmidhi HadithHadith 3270 Narrated byAisha
Once when Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) was with a number of the Emigrants and Helpers a camel came and prostrated itself before him. Thereupon his companions said, "Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) beasts and trees prostrate themselves before you, but we have the greatest right to do so." He replied, "Worship your Lord and honour your brother. If I were to order anyone to prostrate himself before another, I should order a woman to prostrate herself before her husband. If he were to order her to convey stones from a yellow mountain to a black one, or from a black mountain to a white one, it would be incumbent on her to do so."
Ahmad transmitted it.
Al-Tirmidhi HadithHadith 5918 Narrated byAbuMusa
AbuTalib went to ash-Sham (Syria) accompanied by the Prophet (may Allah bless him) along with some shaykhs of Quraysh. When they came near where the monk was they alighted and loosened their baggage, and the monk came out to them although when they had passed that way previously he had not done so. While they were loosening their baggage the monk began to go about among them till he came and, taking Allah's Messenger (peace be upon him) by the hand, said, "This is the chief of the universe; this is the messenger of the the Lord of the universe whom Allah is commissioning as a mercy to the universe."
Some shaykhs of Quraysh asked him how he knew, and he replied, "When you came over the hill not a tree or a stone failed to bow in prostration, and they prostrate themselves only before a prophet. I recognize him by the seal of prophecy, like an apple, below the end of his shoulder-blade."
He then went and prepared food for them, and when he brought it to them the Prophet (peace be upon him) was looking after the camels, so he told them to send for him. He came with a cloud above him shading him and when he approached the people he found they had gone before him into the shade of a tree. Then when he sat down the shade of the tree inclined over him, and the monk said, "Look how the shade of the tree has inclined over him. I adjure you by Allah to tell me which of you is his guardian." On being told that it was AbuTalib he kept adjuring him to send him back until he did so. AbuBakr sent Bilal along with him and the monk gave him provisions of a bread and olive-oil.
Tirmidhi transmitted it.
Qadi Iyad for example, alleged that whenever Muhammad passed a place, the stones and trees would say "Peace be upon you, O apostle of Allah"!
[See Sheikh Najmu'ddin Daya (d.654/1256) in his Mersad al Ibad; Al Qastallani (851-923); Qadhi 'Iyad (476-544) from Andalusia, Sha'rani (d. 972/1565) in his Kasf al Ghomma]
There are of course no Isnads for such ridiculous and preposterous statements to corroborate them. It never entered the twisted mind of Qadi that since inanimate objects have neither brain nor vocal chords they could not of course speak. If the answer would be that Allah is capable of everything, then
Why does the Quran NOT contain a SINGLE report of a any miracle performed by Muhammad?
Why did Allah allow a stone to strike Muhammad on the mouth at Uhud?
Why did not Allah demonstrate a single important miracle to the unbelievers hence turning them all instantly to believers?
Why did all these alleged miracles happen to Muhammad, ALWAYS without any other witnesses?
Since there were no witnesses and Muhammad never claimed these miracles, how then did these esteemed and trustworthy authors know about them?
One can ask even more relevant questions, but the above suffice for the time being.