Christians brag Jesus is in heaven, not Muslim but Christians they go as far as saying where is your Prophet or all the other prophets Pbut, and where's Jesus... The same tape is always played by them.. Let's analyse what the gospels really say
After the Lord Jesus had spoken to them, he was taken up into heaven and he sat at the right hand of God.(Mark 16:19)
While he was blessing them, he left them and was taken up into heaven.
Biblical Scholars commentary
(ASCENSION TO HEAVEN IS LATER ADDED)
The ascension of Jesus up to Heaven does not actually appear in the original forms of any of the gospels. It was not until 200 years after the supposed event took place that the ascension was added to later copies of Mark and Luke. Mark originally ends with the discovery of an empty tomb. Mathew and John remain to have no mention of the ascension into heaven.
Mark 16:9-20 where Jesus ascends bodily to heaven is not in the earlier scriptures but rather was added later. None of the earliest scriptures that we have such as the Alexandrian Unical Mss, Vaticanus, and Sinaiticus have versus 9-20, they all just end at 16:8. Also early Christian writers noted that the ascension was not in the earliest manuscripts. Jerome and Eusebius both state that the best manuscripts available to them did not contain the extended ending. Also there are significant linguistic and stylistic differences between 9-20 and the rest of Mark. As noted on page 103 of "An Introduction to the New Testament" by new testament scholar Douglas J. Moo, the longer ending also contains several non-Markan words and expressions.
"and carried up into heaven" has been omitted by the RSV marg. (1946 Edition omits the words in the text), Ne, GN marg., NASV, NEB. Hills (3) p 123, (38) p 70, states that the words are omitted by Aleph, D, the Old Latin version (i.e. 5 copies-see Burgon, above) and the Sinaitic Syriac manuscript. Ruckman (2) p 96, (54) p 39, states that the words are contained by Papyrus 75, A, B. C, E, F, G, Theta and the vast majority of manuscripts, the Old Latin, the Vulgate, the Old Syriac (i.e. Peshitta) and Tatian's Diatessaron (180 AD).
In the 1952 RSV Mark 16 ends at verse 8 and the rest is relegated in small print to a footnote (more on this later). Similarly, in the commentary on the verses of Luke 24, we are told in the footnotes of the NRSV Bible "Other ancient authorities lack "and was carried up into heaven'" and "Other ancient authorities lack 'and worshipped him'". Thus, we see that the verse of Luke in its original form only said:
"While he blessed them, he parted from them. And they returned to Jerusalem with great joy."
It took centuries of "inspired correction" to give us Luke 24:51-52 in their current form.
From the above scholarly papers, it's agreed the ascension is not found in the earliest manuscripts, which tells us the authors were not aware of Jesus ascending to heaven or being taken up? SO WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?
seems like Christians are not aware of there own scriptures and they start jumping around on ours.. I hope Christians stop asking questions about where is your Prophet or any Prophets Pbut now, since they themselves have to answer where did their Jesus go according to the gospels missing episode..
In the gospel, Luke recounts the ascension of Jesus on Easter Sunday night, thereby closely associating it with the resurrection.
BUT, in Acts 1:3, 9-11; 13:31 he historicizes the ascension by speaking of a forty-day period between the resurrection and the ascension. The Western text omits some phrases in Luke 24:51, 52 perhaps to avoid any chronological conflict with Acts 1 about the time of the ascension.