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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Sep 25, 2014 at 17:24

Sir Dawudi,

Your article dated 23.9.2014 at 15:00 keeps much importance. You did good search.

Please listen, in the world grandfather Umru Bin Abd-e-Manaf (Hasham) was so famous that everyone was recognizing him. His goodself was administrator of Kaaba. His business of trade was spread throughout the world. The Mazar (Grave) of his goodself exist in the Gaza-Hasham. In Mecca, always the Lunger of Sareed was open for the pilgrimage (Zayereen) and the poor people, totally the Hashmi dynasty served the Zayereen till the period of Hazrat Abdul Muttalib. Every language speaking people were coming for the Ziyarat. And from every place the business of Hashimees was existed then automatically such people were aware from every language.

Now remained the point of Muhammad as a poet - then definitely his goodself was poet. But 'after his goodself' few Sahabis did opposition which is apparent from Ahadees and Tafaseer.

Even today, the followers of them are propagating with tyranny to prove 'Muhammad as poor – illiterate'. By publicizing 'Poor - abundant wives – making a minor girl as wife' they are doing the defamation and insult of Muhammad; they are making to accept Allah as personality.

Wasim Ahmed

Solapur, Maharashtra

India

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