This is a popular Hindu image and may have led to story of Mecca being navel of earth, in dark ages.Even Prophet Muhammad had great reverence for the Vedic tradition and hence made worship of Mecca temple an important component of his religion.)But no way, can Kuntaap be implied to mean Mecca! The logic of IRF is fabulous: Kuntaapa = abdominal glands = navel = center = center of the earth = Mecca hence, Kuntaapa = Mecca Let’s use IRF logic on Islam itself and see where it leads us: Poison = Death = Rest = Peace = Islam hence, Poison = Islam 1.
Going further, they should also then accept the theory of rebirth!
In brief, any attempt to prove Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in Hindu Scriptures is nothing but an insult to both the great legacy of peaceful Prophet as well as a crooked attempt to malign Hinduism.
Because Peace and removal of misery are the primary goals of any spiritual text on self-help book.2.
Considering that Vedas came way before Muhammad founded Islam, this that whatever peaceful or good was brought by Muhammad in Islam was actually already a part of Vedic traditions.
But interestingly, even they talk of nothing even remotely related to Muhammad or Mecca in the alleged verses. It seems that IRF team frantically searched for various mantras referring to camel in Vedas, and chose to interpret them, as per their own agenda, as would soon be evident.
Readers can review the Griffith translation of these mantras at decide themselves.Makkah is called the Ummul Qur’a the mother of the towns or the naval of the earth.In many revealed books it was the first house of Divine worship where God Almighty gave spiritual nourishment to the world.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).Of the translators mentioned by IRF, two are western indologists who had their own Christian agenda.