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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), May 28, 2014 at 14:29

My dear Dhimmi No More,

We Muhammadees and Brahmins of Bharat believe on 'rebirth'. Musalmans oppose this faith.

In which manner you want to prove Kalmah as Jumla, even Batin you are not understanding, you are not able to clarify the difference of Aqrab and Taqrab, in the same way Musalmanans are also not knowing these talks.

Therefore, the paths of doing 'tyranny on Muhammadees' are being searched always.

'Child marriage' was existing amongst Dajl doers.

And, "do the sexual intercourse with whichever women they like" and "do the tyranny of any kind they like" was the faith existing in Makkah.

From Kalmah – "their religion was getting cancelled" and "they have 'to be a good one' was must". Therefore, after the death of Sallam Ahmad- 'by creating the dirty character acts performed' constituted through their own daughters thereby proving them as wives. And to Maa Mariya Qabtiya who was a wife, they familiarized her as Loundi.

With Regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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