Isaiah 29:12 - Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was unlettered. (Holy Qur'an, 96:1)
Isaiah 21:13-17 - Ishmael's sons' (Kedar and Tema) descendants settled in Arabia. Medina was called Tema in Biblical times--next year an army of 1,000 Meccans marched against the Muslims. With only 300 (poorly armed) men, the Muslims defeated the Meccans at the Battle of Badr.
Solomon 5:16 reads - "Cheeko mame tah kim vechulo Mohammadim"--meaning: "His speech is most sweet, and he is altogether desirable." ('Mohammad' means 'desirable')
Deuteronomy 18:18 - Both Moses and Muhammad (peace be upon them both) had usual births, married and had children, and were forced to migrate [Moses to Median and Muhammad (p) to Medina]; they marched to battles against their enemies and won physical and moral victories in their lifetime; they were virtually kings, gave laws and scriptures, first rejected by their people and then accepted in the end; they were human beings with no divinity attributed to them by their followers, died a natural death and were buried in this earth. Similarities between Moses and Jesus (peace be upon them both) are: threat to life in early infancy, both were Jewish lettered Prophets, and both performed miracles.
John 14:15-16; 16:7-11 - The Holy Ghost was already present with Jesus (peace be upon him) when he was alive, and the Comforter's arrival was conditioned upon Jesus's departure.
John 16:12-14 - Jesus's message (peace be upon him) was incomplete; therefore another Prophet was needed to guide mankind into all truth.