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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Nov 17, 2014 at 14:10

Sir Dawudi,

It is very much necessary to understand Dajl.

Like, the announcement of authentication of this book was done 23 years later after the death of Lord (Aaqa). Still then they distributed this book in three parts 1-Maqatiat, 2-Mutshabihat and 3-Muhakamat. They said to 1- meaningless, to 2- doubtful (Mashkuk) and in case of 3- they did translation as well as Tafseer as per their wish and will. They did not spare any effort in insulting Muhammad. Only on this Dajl – most of the thoughtless people familiarized themselves as thoughtful people and throw dirt on the characters of Muhammad, they describe to Shajrah as wheat, apple etcetera and to Zaaq as eaten.

They are understanding to Walqalam as 'oath of pen' then how they convince to understand La Yastaroon? 'What was made to understand from Marj al bahrain – Barzkhulla Yabgiyan', They are totally unaware of it. Claim is of knowing the Arabic. The allegation is this- that Muhammad did not know the grammar. To those companions of Makkah, to whom the blow from La Ilah created the injury on the faith of monotheism, it was too much painful for them. To safeguard that faith, they did shameless immodest creations on 'the characters and talks' of Muhammad, they attacked by every means. Few got did the indecent obscenity attack through their own daughters. Either these people are not able to understand to 'Touhid and Wahadat' or knowingly they are rejecting. India's one Chief Minister honourable Doctor Sampurnanandji nicely said:

Raz Wahdat Se Khud To Na-Waqif

Aaya Wayiz Hai Mujhko Samjhane

To be continued.

Regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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