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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jul 21, 2014 at 14:07

Sir Dhimmi No More,

Muhammad has been called to him, in whose talks and character the good is exists. The people of Makkah were refused to believe Rasul-Allah in Hudebiah. The worship of Muhammad was in practice. Abu bakr said on the death of Sallam Ahmad that "the people who are worshipping to Muhammad, those should know that Muhammad is dead and Allah is alive", the first and foremost Dajl 'did was this only'. The death of goodness (Muhammad) never takes place.

The worship of Sallam Ahmad was not in practice. The worship of Muhammad was in practice. 'Worshipper should make the talks and character of himself as good, therefore worship should take place', worship copies the good for becoming good.

King Akhneten of Egypt invented monotheism at the name of God. And was a good lesson for that time as 'Banu Jurhum in Arabia invented monotheism' is in the name of Allah. After some time the leaders of religion felt tyranny and Luxuriousness in it.

Muhammad invented the lesson La Ilaha Illallah that 'Allah is Zaat', this is against the lesson of monotheism. The believers of monotheism could not prove 'that single personality is stayed upon the skies'.

Therefore, after the death of Sallam Ahmad the believers of monotheism, attacked in revenge on the lesson of Muhammad as well as on the followers of Muhammad; against Muhammad they started insulting and defamation which is 'in practice and being practiced' till date. You can see today around the world.

We people won't believe the faith of Monotheism. Hope you will give attention.

Thanks.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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