In the thread about the Barelvi they believe that Muhammad can be in=20
.many places at the same time.
The only miracle of Muhammad explicitly mentioned in the Qur'an is the Qur'=
an itself. There is also the Night Journey to Jerusalem that Muslims have a=
ccepted as being reffered to in the Qur'an but few or no witnesses to the e=
vent are involved. There is also the splitting of the Moon, but again there=
are few witnesses involved and rationalist Muslim interpreters dissmiss it=
as a rhetorical use of verbal tenses, the event being described from the p=
oint of view of the Last Day. BTW there is an interesting theory that it co=
uld have been a meteorite impact on the Moon, an event Chaucer witnessed an=
d the Canterbury monks accompanying him also describe as a splitting of the=
The rest of the miracles are mostly scattered throughout the Hadith literat=
ure, towards which one may take a critical position. Those in the widely ac=
cepted biography are the Qur'an itselfm the other two above and some minor =
ones again not involving a large body of men.
This makes Muhammad's biography quite credulous to the modern mind.=20
Are there any stories about him in his lifetime where he had the=20
gift of bi-location i.e. being at two places at the same time?
In the Catholic faith stories are told about Padre Pio having that gift.=
And a Sikh friend told me about one of their holy men.=20
I forget the name but not a Guru.