In The Qur'an
The event is referred to in the Qur'an and Tafsirs of 3:61, where Muhammad was ordered to invite the disputants regarding the nature of Jesus to imprecation:
Surely, the case of Jesus, in the sight of Allah is like the case of Adam. He created him from dust, then said to him, "Be", and he came to be.(59) The truth is from your Lord. So, do not be of those who doubt.(60)
So if someone argues with you in this after what has come to you of the knowledge, say, "Come, let us call our sons and your sons, our women and your women, ourselves and yourselves, then pray and invoke the curse of Allah upon the liars."(61)
This is, indeed, the true narration. And there exists no god but Allah. And Allah is surely the All-Mighty, the All-Wise.(62)
So, should they turn back, Allah is all-aware of the mischievous.(63)
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