23. "And when Moses asked drink for his people, we said "strike the rock with thy rod;" and from it there gushed twelve fountains." (2:60)
C. ~ Now can anyone (except the Mohammedan God) utter such impossibilities? It is absolutely impossible to believe that twelve springs could gush forth on striking a rock with a rod, unless it had been hollowed out in the center and filled with water and twelve holes bored therein.
The topic of miracles has already been dealt with in Response 14. Swami ji had a bad habit of repeating the same questions already asked. This is a miracle worked by Prophet Moses (peace be upon him) with the help of Allah when the Children of Israel were thirsty in the desert and no water was available. This was one of the favours of the Almighty upon them. Only the people who do not believe in the mercy and special help of God can ask such questions. It seems the Swami's God is not merciful and helpful.
If any blind follower of Swami ji asks, "How can miracles be possible of occurence when God does not act against the laws of nature?", I will give the following response, "Do you know the exact number of the laws of nature?" If you have discovered all the laws of nature only then are you qualified to speak against these incidents, because may be there are laws which you are not aware of by which such miracle would be possible.
The fact is swami himself believes in miracles like God creating multipe adult males and females in the beginning of this world, out of thin air [See Satyarth Prakash. Chapter 8]. The Vedas too document some miracles, the details of which have already been given in Response 14. So, it is wrong for Swami ji to question the Quran and forget his own books.