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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), May 20, 2014 at 16:06

Respected Mr Dhimmi No More,

All along the period Musalmans are always doing Violence against Muhammadi lesson. Even, Musalman lectures and says 'Allah is Zaat' still then they believe 'Allah is a single (Wahid) personality'. The Zaat-e-Allah and Zaat-e-Muhammad was made known just "to make them to understand 'Allahu Akbar' in Azaan".

The Musalmans of Mecca understood this one, then only they accepted Sallam Ahmad as Muhammad but did not accept him as Rasool Allah.

Dajl doing people did not accept to Sallam Ahmad as 'Muhammad' and also not accepted him as 'Rasool Allah'.

Because their old religion was safe in their belief, therefore to reject the word 'Muhammad' they proclaimed and advertised 'the Book on the name of Allah and Ahadis' on the power of force.

Whatever tyranny they did on Muhammadees and on non-Muslims, it is being continued till this time, fixing its responsibility to Sallam Ahmad as inventor and is being done on the name of Muhammad.

When Musalmans are unaware about the etymology of words Sadiq–Ameen–Muhammad then how about poor non-Muslims, 'what they know', they know only useless talks (Bakwas). Islam became famous from Dajl. The useless talks (Bakwas) were understood as religion.

With Regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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