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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Nov 10, 2014 at 03:33

Sir Dawudi,

You called for the clarification of Dajl.

The reason of delay- we are Muhammadi Taziadars. So after performing the fundamentals of Muharram Sharif as per our ability, now I am writing.

In Deen (religion), Dajl is like this- claiming himself to be a Sahabi put the faith of his old religion on path by changing the Muhammadi lesson.

As the order is FASALLILIRABBIKA means RABB's personality exists, putting efforts in accepting 'the characters and talks of that personality' is called as worship. It is believed to RABB as Murshid and praised worthy personality (Muhammad). The presence of Muhammad is available for the lover (aspirant). The personality of Allah does not exist, neither the figure (picture) can be formed nor 'the character and talks' existed. Therefore the worship of Allah is not possible.

Dajl did is this- that soon after the death of Lord (Aaqa), Sahabi accepted the old Deen (religion) instead 'Deen of Lord' and said "the death of Muhammad took place, Allah is alive, do the worship of Allah".

These Sahabis even did not take part in the funeral ceremony of Lord, they already accepted to Ali as Moula (Aaqa), still then they setup Khilafat without the consultation of him.

Second Dajl did after becoming Khalifa- he snatched the property 'Fai and Fidak' of Sayyada Fatimah. Even when Lord said that "Fatimah is my soul, whoever gave trouble and made sorrow to Fatimah means he gave me trouble and made sorrow".

Third Dajl- for Zakat he did Jihad against Muhammadis of Yaman and got massacred and raped through Khalid bin Walid.

When Lord had said that- "you people of Yaman by collecting the Zakat from your rich people and will be spending on your poor people". The people of Yaman were doing the same as ordered by Lord.

To which it is called Fateh Makkah (Victory over Makkah)- means the chief of Makkah Abu Sufiyan came to Muhammad and accepted La Ilah Illallah, his goodself excused all the people of Makkah, and ordered to his people that "proclamation of 'victory over Makkah' be made in the places surrounding to Makkah, in any condition do not kill". Even after this order, Khalid bin Walid taking his Makkah's companions reached the village of Banu Khazimah who were in favor of Banu Hasham. He called all the people and informed the news of Victory, those people accepted it. But he killed mercilessly with inhumanity to those 99 men by binding the hands from backside. Muhammadsahab felt too much sad. In this way these people were doing fraud as and when they get the chance. These people became so much disobedient in Makkah that 'when Muhammadsahab wished to make Kaaba on the bases of Ibrahim's construction' then Sahabi Umar harshly stopped to his goodself. Understanding of all these things is possible.

Regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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