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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jun 26, 2014 at 16:33

Sir Dhimmi No More,

You know very well this history that attackers of Arab attacked on the Hindu venerable then made them slave, looted them and then taken away.

You are not writing this, that those Musalmans first attacked on the family of Muhammad and grabbed their property, and then afterwards they ruined and destroyed the believers of him.

After this, they expelled to 'many non Muslims of Arab' and ransacked them. Many such suffered peoples got the shelter in Hindustan.

Most of the attackers also settled in Hindustan after finding the better climatic condition and began the 'immorality and evil' through the propagation of their Dajjali Sharia.

Other than their rule of Sharia, they started to call Shirk and Kufr to the worships of other people. And formed the rule that:

  1. After seeing the Shirk vanish it through the power of force.
  2. If not keeping that much strength of power, then use abuses orally.
  3. If not able to do even this much, then heartily think that it is bad. This faith is having weakest rank amongst all faiths.

After the 1947 partition, they made the rule in Bharat that 'Shivala and Tazia' are bad things, these are worthy of abolishing.

In presence of Muhammad, the behavior of few Sahabis of Makkah was arrogant, with full of rudeness, disobedient, immodest.

Soon after the Wisal of Sallam Ahmed, they started insulting Muhammad. By forming the Khilafat, they made the way for the tyranny of every type and formed the path for doing Dajl.

Wasim Ahmed.

Maharashtra, India

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