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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), May 23, 2014 at 17:02

Respected Dhimmi No More,

I received your questions, May 21, 2014 at 07:34.

You are keeping good capacity of information skill in the knowledge of Arabi and history. But the tyranny of Musalmans took place on Muhammadees, the lesson of Muhammad was changed, Aal and Ansars were troubled-tortured,these happenings you are not at all reporting nor mentioning anywhere. The tyranny (cruelty) of Hijjaj bin Yusuf, massacre of Muhammadees and exiled. He killed Raja Dahir through his brother's son (Muhammad bin Qasim) who was also a son-in-law of him; did pillage, taken away all wealth, carried men and women by making them Loundi-Gulam (slave). After three hundred years, Mehamood Gaznavi massacred the Muhammadees accusing them as Butparast (idol worshipper) and Yahudees; he did seventeen attacks on Hindustan and did plunder and killings.

He robbed and taken away the sandal-wood gate of Somanat temple. After, Bharat gaining the freedom, the Government of Afganistan returned the gate and same was reinstalled in the Somanat temple.

Either you are under the influence of non reality or you are hiding the knowledge.

When it was made known to you- from Kalmah it was informed to you that Allah is Zaat, Allah is not a lonely personality and there does not exist any seven skies. Muhammadi and Musalman are two groups whose faith and belief are contrary to one another.

If at all you are interested to know the history, then write clearly and plainly.

With Regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India.

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