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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jun 28, 2014 at 10:55

In the world, so many spiritual leaders passed away. No follower of any leader did evil conduct with the family of his own leader.

But Musalman were even claimed the faith 'for believing to Muhammad' and they did not spare anything in insulting Muhammad.

Today the scholars of other religion wonder and getting socked that what type of Ummati (followers) they were, they do 'the insult also' and 'to this insult' they are getting it accepted as appreciation.

Such as, did the copulation with all the twenty women; did the copulation with nine year old girl; 'to these dirty talks' they speak and lecture with much proud of glory.

By setting up the personality of 'Allah and Angel' created the Book format in which such and such talks were entered, on which the civilized people of the world strongly reject today and put the blame and charge on Muhammad that "he gave such a lesson of luxurious and tyranny".

The sayings of Muhammadi venerable also exist. Such as Shaikh Akbar Mohyoddin Ibn-e-Arabi, Abd-al-Rahman Jami, ShamsTabarezi, Abd-al-Rahman Lucknavi Shaikh Sandhi etcetra were made known to 'Wahadat-al-Wajud and Muhammad' through their clean and pious character, to which every Muhammadi, Sufi and Taziadar are following. Like sir D H Page exposed in the topic of Sir Daniel Pipes that "Muhammadi (Muhammadan) and Musalman are two types of people existing in Islam. Sahabis are also remained in two types, right side Sahabis and left side Sahabis".

For the sake of peace and prosperity I believe every spiritual leader 'also given the good lesson'; believers created the opposition by holding the different view of their own and exposing it.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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