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Jews believe that Jesus and Muhammad are not Prophets.

What are the verses in Torah that convinced the Jews that they are not prophets?

If there is please attach it in the answer. If there is not, what convinced the Jews that they are not prophets? Note here Jesus is not considered holy, but merely as a prophet, according to Islam.

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You've got it backwards: the burden of proof is on those who say they are prophets, as the Tanakh does not say they are. –  Monica Cellio Jul 23 '13 at 14:38
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I don't understand the premise. Under what command are we compelled to believe anyone who claims to be a prophet? Show me a proof that they are prophets. –  Seth J Jul 23 '13 at 14:41
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Related: judaism.stackexchange.com/q/22946/472. –  Monica Cellio Jul 23 '13 at 14:58
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I am closing this because in its current form it is non-constructive, possibly even deletion-worthy. If you want to ask how we know someone is a prophet, feel free to ask that (though check the link I gave you and try searching the site; it may already be covered). Refuting claims from other religions is not within the scope of Mi Yodeya. –  Monica Cellio Jul 23 '13 at 15:00
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@mezhang, that's one way of putting it indelicately. But I don't need to be personally convinced. The burden of proof is not that great. What they did and preached, however, were fundamentally contrary to the tenets of Judaism. No anti-proof could be greater. –  Seth J Jul 23 '13 at 15:05
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closed as off-topic by Monica Cellio Jul 23 '13 at 15:00

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One aspect of the answer has nothing to do with the text of the tanach. It is a matter of the era of prophecy having been completed well before these 2 were born according to Judaism. See Talmud Bavli, Masechet Yoma, 9b 6 lines up from the bottom “After the later prophets, Haggai, Zecharia, and Malachi, had died, the prophetic spirit disappeared from the Jewish people…."

These three had died by 300 BCE, closing the era of prophets and prophecy. While one might wish to cite text about prophets arising from "within" the nation of Israel, or not prophesying anything which is either contradictory to what god commanded or which doesn't come to pass, that is unnecessary when both are invalidated by the calendar alone.

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