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Qur'an that tells us about the people to whom the last prophet Muhammad a.s. belonged and gives us insight and information about the ancestors of his people and about Muhammad's personality before he began to receive God's proclamation. Here are verses illustrating it:
12:3 We narrate to you the best stories through what We have inspired to you in this Qur'an; and before it you were of those who were unaware.

28:46 And nor were you on the side of the mount when We called. But it is a mercy from your Lord, so that you may warn a people who received no warner before you, perhaps they may take heed.

32:3 Or do they say: "He fabricated it!" No, it is the truth from your Lord, so that you may warn a people who never received a warner before you, in order that they may be guided.

34:44 We had not given to them any books to study, nor did We send to them before you any warner.

36:6 To warn a people whose fathers were not warned, for they are unaware.

42:52 And thus, We inspired to you a revelation of Our command. You did not know what was the Book, nor what was faith. Yet, We made it a light to guide whoever We wish from among Our servants. Surely, you guide to a straight path.

93:7 And He found you lost, and He guided you?
The following can be summarized about Muhammad a.s. and his people from the Qur'an:

- That Muhammad, as a man before the Qur'an was completely demeaning, lost and that he had no knowledge of god-spirited writings.
- That Muhammad's people before him never had anyone else who came before to warn them and guide them in the right path.
- That the people of Muhammad had no god-spirited writings before the Qur'an.
- that to Muhammad's ancestors before him, no one came to warn them.

The Qur'an excludes any possibility that among the people of Muhammad or his ancestors there were one or more messengers of God who had previously admonisheed his people, who had previously taught them true faith, or who had previously left some god-spirited scriptures that they could follow and correct.
It seems to me that Quran rejects the claim that today's Kaaba (arabic: الكعبة al-Ka’bah, "cube") in Mecca was built by Abraham and Ishmael.
If, on the other hand, we were to accept that today's Kaaba is that house or bejt (مالبيت) from verse 2:127 built by Abraham and Ishmael, it would mean that two of God's prophets stayed and settled in the areas where Muhammad's people lived for centuries, which leads to the inevitable conclusion that two of God's prophets had a messenger's and prophetic mission among these people which would ultimately undermine verses in the Qur'an that speak of the opposite.

Hajj is something that Qur’an binds to Abraham a.s. as the messenger of God and if the Hajj would be geographically related to today's Mecca and thus to the ancestors and the people to whom Muhammad a.s. belong then it would mean that his people had the knowledge of the correct faith that they got through Ibrahim a.s. and Ismael a.s. which would be contrary to those verses which say that no one came to that people and ancestors before Muhammad a.s. Furthermore, over the course of 3,000 years, this people would then deviate from the right path, which would require God to send new people from their people to warn them and guide them to the right path in the same way as it was done with the ahlul-kitab. This would again mean that Muhammad a.s. is not the first messenger sent to his people which is meaningless because the verses say the opposite.

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