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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Oct 1, 2014 at 07:17

Sir Dawudi,

You know that few people of other religions after studying the islam in which Dajl was made and they want to safeguard their faith, so they are doing the insult and defamation of Muhammad following on it. Muhammad did not insult the previous mentors earlier to him. Amongst the Meccan Sahabis few were rude and disrespectful who 'brought the changes in Masaahif' to make insult and disgrace to Muhammad; and to which it will be called Dajl. This one can very well be understood from Tafseer and Ahadees.

Janab Muhammad Bin Shahaab Zohari is the master of Muhammad Ibne Ishaq Bin Yasaar. Ibne Ishaq depicted the incident and event of his master and made it evident (clear) that "in which way the rulers of Banu Umayyah were putting the pressure to write and were getting done writings"

Firstly, you understand from Kalmah- the Zaat Allah and Zaat Muhammad.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharshtra, India

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