@HarryStotle You might want to try and read the rest of my post, before attempting to respond to a small section of it. In our theology, there is a criteria for what a true Prophet is, unlike Catholic theology where the criteria is more or less arbitrary.
Even prior to being commissioned as a Prophet, we believe that having a reputation of truthfulness and nobility among one’s own people is necessary for the would be Prophet, otherwise there is no reason to trust his claim to Prophethood; Thomas Aquinas on the other hand said that a good life is not required for prophecy. Likewise, he must be intelligent, to the point of being able to grasp what is being revealed to him all at once, otherwise he cannot be trusted to convey to others, what was revealed to him; Thomas Aquinas rejected this, because he believed it made prophecy too ‘natural’ rather than supernatural.
After being commissioned to Prophethood, first and foremost the doctrine he brings forth must be reasonably sound, meaning his doctrine cannot contradict what can necessarily be known in general by reason alone. What we know about Allah in general, that He is the necessary existent, without beginning and without end, that He is unlike contingent things, that He is self subsistent, that He is one, that He is living, knowing, powerful, willing, etc. can all be known by reason alone. But, what we know about Allah in detail, that He is seeing, hearing, speaking, that He rewards goodness and punishes evil, etc. this cannot be known by reason alone regardless of if they are not impossibilities, and since these are unseen matters then we can only accept them with certainty from authority; that is, a trustworthy teacher.
And yet, Catholics believe in the Trinity and Incarnation, both of which blatantly conflict with what is necessarily known about God in general.
As for miracles, that is, an extraordinary break in nature; this is necessary but only to affirm his claim to Prophethood, following all aforementioned requirements.
Again, the writing and recitation of the Qur’an is mutawatir in wording, meaning word for word, what we find in the Qur’an today, this is what was transmitted from our Prophet Muhammad (S) to his companions; the word ‘mutawatir’ means mass-transmitted, to the point that it is impossible for anything to be fabricated by the mass number of narrators, due to their unanimous agreement. As for the Uthmanic recension, you are utterly ignorant of the matter, so please don’t speak as if you’re competent or informed on the subject.