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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Aug 14, 2014 at 17:22

Sir Dhimmi No More,

You are seeing that 'people claiming themselves to be the Sharia Islami Sunni- are how much merciless and tyrant'. Many Yazidi Scheduled Tribe people belong to the Mountain area of Sinjar were killed, they demanded from Yazidi Tribes that "accept the Islam or pay the Jaziyah or be exiled from here otherwise you people will be killed". Khalifa Umar exiled the Zimmis of Khaibar. Is it possible to be the rule of Muhammad?

Fidak was an enormous property of Muhammad. 'Delegations of kings were coming, the poor devout, the preachers Asahab-e-Suffah, poor and support less women' – service of all these were done by Muhammad himself. 'Fay' is one property to which the Bishop of Najran gave as gift to Panjtan Paak. Both these properties belonged to Sayadah Fatimah.

Abu Bakr snatched the property by telling one lie that "prophet will not have any heir". If at all 'Muhammad is considered as Prophet only', then the heir of Dawood is Suleman, the heirs of Ya'qub are his children.

In spite of so much plentiful property of his goodself, they got written the books for defamation and insult of Muhammad that "Muhammad tied seven stones on his stomach in seven starvations"- clarification later…

Muhammad had established a constitution that 'to look after the property of widows and orphan girls', his goodself put the responsibility on Sahabis so that 'trouble to those people should not occur.' When someone Sahabi's complaint received then Muhammad said that "if you are not able to do the equal treatment and behavior, then amongst them choose whom you like and get married to two, three, up to four; and if the number of wives reached to more - do the equity (justice) amongst them; and if you are not able to do the equity (Adal) then have only one wife".

Note: This is not at all possible that "one cannot do the Adal between two wives; Adal is very much tough thing. To such a constitution maker, you are believing him to be a husband of 22 wives. For insulting Muhammad, the mischievous companions got written 'wives in place of women'. Now after understanding the truth, you yourself take the decision.

Thanks next,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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