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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Aug 28, 2014 at 15:28

Sir Dawudi,

Every thing is already written.

Muhammad (S.W.S.) put forth the basic lesson La Ilah Illallah before the Mushriks of Makkah to correct them.

After the Wisal of Muhammad (S.W.S), the Sahabis brought a riot with the enmity against this lesson of Muhammad (S.W.S) and did the Dajl then the Khilafat, Quran, Ahadees came into existence.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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