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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Sep 25, 2014 at 16:20

Dear Dawudi,

In this modern era, few people of other religion think that 'blaming and insulting' to Muhammad only is their adoration.

They think, writing appropriate and inappropriate 'words and comments' is their capability. It is not their mischief.

Muhammad's few companions were like these who kept pain in their heart due to the abolition of their faith of Jahiliyat; they became and positioned themselves as Sahabi, they did disrespect disobedience and arrogant behavior in the Mehfil (assembly of Muhammad).

After the death, by the act of shamelessness, 'the incidents and occurrences which they got it written after doing Dajl' is clear from the Ahadees. 'The characters and deeds of Dajjals' are also clearly open whether it is from Sihah Sittah (Six Hadith) or from Ibne Ishaq and Tabri. 'The shamelessness and Dajl' is apparent even from Tafaseers.

Even today the followers of them are putting efforts in proving to 'Muhammad - Maa Khadijah - Abu Talib' as poor. In the year 1990-91 A.D., the Saudi authorities 'ruined that house of Muhammad' from bulldozer in which nearly about twenty two quintals of golden coins existed in the metal box. Other than this, house-keeping assets valued 'Billions of dollars' existed in that house. And one venerable person was sitting in one room. As they brought him out disrespectfully then he passed away, they made a statement that 'he was alive for three minutes'.

Next, the information about Kalmah will be made known.

Wasim Ahmed

Solapur, India

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