Ozim sets out to follow his orders, but gets stopped by an evil angel on the way.
The ignorant Ozim believes him to be the same angel that spoke to Osius before.
The fact that Muhammad was unlettered, that he married a wealthy widow, that in his later life he had several wives, that he ruled over a human community, was involved in several wars, and that he died like an ordinary person in contrast to the Christian belief in the supernatural end of Christ's earthly life were all strategies used to discredit Muhammad.
Since the 7th century, Muhammad and his name have been connected to several stereotypes.
Many sources mentioned exaggerated and sometimes wrong stereotypes.
Some demonstrate that Muhammad was pointed out in this manuscript as "Mamed", but this study was corrected by Ahlam Sbaihat who affirmed that it is the form ΜΩΑΜΕθ (Moameth) which is mentioned in this manuscript.
The phoneme h and the gemination of m do not exist in Greek so it has disappeared from John's uses.
One Christian who came under the early dominion of the Islamic Caliphate was John of Damascus (c.
676–749 AD), who was familiar with Islam and Arabic.
This mission however failed when Muhammad's pride caused him to alter God's wishes, thereby deceiving his followers.
Nevertheless, Muhammad's religion is portrayed as being greatly superior to paganism.
As for proofs of the truth of his doctrine, he brought forward only such as could be grasped by the natural ability of anyone with a very modest wisdom...