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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jan 27, 2015 at 15:10

Respected Sir Dr Pipes

Dhimmi should understand? Ibne Ishaq wrote that- 'to his master it was stopped forcibly for writing the praising of Ali'. And in old age Ibne Ishaq was beaten with whip. He migrated to Basra. The period of Tabri came into existence on a very later stage. Your goodself aware that after the death of Ali 'Mauviya began doing La'an (curses) on Ali in the lecture of SALATUL JUMA', in the same way as it was did- immediately on the death of Abul Qasim 'Abu Bakr rejected worship of Muhammad'.

The believers of these people 'Musalmans Muhammad bin Qasim and Mahmood Ghaznavi attacked on Hindu venerable- killed, robbed and made slave'. Even today these Musalman- "believing themselves to 'those bad deed actions' as the order of Muhammad"- saying this 'they are getting done bad things from others'.

It is exactly right that 'Musalman involved in Dajl' have always done mischief, badness and evil to Muhammad. And to that badness they did publicity by saying that 'it is the praise'. They did tyranny on Muhammadis and put the restriction on their talks and speeches. But tolerating the pain- venerable propagated 'both witnesses (Shahadat)' and even today the propagation of Azaan is only being done.

This is the prayer (Dua) that your goodself website remains forever.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharshtra India

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