No, I am not saying Muslim reports are not valid.
I am saying I do not know of any source that actually says it happened that did not follow Mohammed already. Do you have any sources from within a hundred years of Mohammed’s life about these things?
How many wars did Mohammed go through to bring the conversion of Arabia? It was not done through miracles which is what it almost sounds like you are saying, like the conversion of Rome. It was done by various victories, as Mohammed was tactically very smart.
I would prefer more or less actual accounts than legends which come about later. There are many instances of pious legends of our saints, for instance, that are not historically factual.
Do you have any writings within a hundred years of Mohammed concerning these things? It would be nice if Qur’an had them, but the “split of the moon” would only be ambiguous in the Qur’an if that is what it means, and indeed I could see the idea of the moon being split coming from a changing idea of what Qur’an says about it, which implies something towards the end of time rather than an event that occurred to Mohammed.
Rather, Qur’an seems to imply that Allah does not show signs for Mohammed because when shown signs before, the people did not take it.
So I suppose I will ask for accounts within a hundred or so years of his dying, or otherwise something that is not merely pious legend.