Why is there not a picture of Muhammad in Islamic literature?


Because Muhammad (unlike Jesus) has noarchaeological evidence supporting that he ever existed.plus, even in Islam, Muhammad was but a prophet, just some dude. Keeping with the comparison to Christianity, there is no picture of Paul, Matthew, etc.
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