NOTE: One would expect some degree of attachment between Mohammad and the wet nurse because she had been nursing him, but she was apparently afraid and so returned Mohammad to his mother. Something was obviously very wrong and Mohammad’s continued behavior spread the belief in Mecca and possibly throughout Arabia that he was demon possessed. Even in the Qur’an there are references to people who believed that Mohammad was demon possessed. Quran, Surahs 81: 22-25 and 9: 41-42 And these references later inserted in the Qur’an were obviously written to defend the claim that Mohammad was the “final messenger,” i.e., “prophet”. None of the Biblical prophets had been demon possessed, so at some point writing of this in the Qur’an was obviously an effort to clear Islam of this suspicion.