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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jul 16, 2014 at 17:23

  • The people of Makkah believed 'the personality of Allah on the sky' and 'to Idols as recommenders', only on the basis of this faith, they were doing the luxuriousness and tyranny.
  • Muhammad made known 'to Allah as Zaat' that if these Idol are other of Allah then the total system would have got spoiled.
  • To set right the communities was the aim of Muhammad, due to the reason of not answering to the talks of Muhammad most of the people accepted Deen-e-Muhammad.
  • But, by searching the opportunity, some arrogant Sahabis were doing disrespect, behaving rudely and disobeying the orders, all these talks of them are not hidden.
  • After Muhammad, those Sahabis 'in which manner they propagated' and 'brought their old faith' is that "the Angel Gabriel was bringing the message; Muhammad was illiterate; people known because Gabriel informed that 'Ayesha as well as Hafsa were wives and Maria Qabtiyah was Laundi (maid-servant)'."

All the events and incidents of this type were created, by linking and relating those cruel actions and behaviors of them to Muhammad, you too are insulting and making a fun.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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