Is it wrong to say what Muhammad looks like? Because if this really is referring to Muhammad, it seems to paint a vivid portrait of him. Young women of Jerusalem, I charge you: if you find my love, tell him that I am lovesick. What makes the one you love better than another, most beautiful of women? What makes him better than another, that you would give us this charge? My love is fit and strong, notable among ten thousand. His head is purest gold. His hair is wavy and black as a raven. His eyes are like doves beside streams of water, washed in milk and set like jewels. His cheeks are like beds of spice, towers of perfume. His lips are lilies, dripping with flowing myrrh. His arms are rods of gold set with topaz. His body is an ivory panel covered with sapphires. His legs are alabaster pillars set on pedestals of pure gold. His presence is like Lebanon, as majestic as the cedars. His mouth is sweetness. He is absolutely desirable. This is my love, and this is my friend, young women of Jerusalem. (Son 5:8-16 HCSB) I don't quite think it could be naming Muhammad, it as the context of the verse 16 fits so well with the text leading up to it. It's all description. I suppose maybe, but I'm no expert.