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Dajl and Islam

Reader comment on item: Islam's Inadvertent Patterns
in response to reader comment: Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

Submitted by Dawudi (Australia), Oct 31, 2014 at 16:13

Dear brother Wasim Ahmed, You have written about "Dajl doers" but who were they and by whom were they lead ? And how is one come to know that oneself victimized by Dajl untill " Truth" or "Originality" put forward ?

As long as muslim canonical stories which according to you are result of Dajl then what is Orignal or True History and how can a common man know about true history despite of such Dajl ?

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