The books containing the disbelieving statement were printed and published by these Insolent people long ago. during their own life-times. Some of these books were printed twice. Time and again the scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat printed refutations of these disbelieving statements. The printed papers, in which these insolent people have called Allah Almighty a liar, under their seals and signatures, can be seen even today. Photos of these documents were taken. I carried one photo together with other books to Makkah Muazzama and Madina Munawara for presenting the same to the scholars of these Holy places. This photo still exists in the records of the government of Arabia. This unholy verdict relating to Allah being a liar was printed 18 years ago together with a refutation in Rabiul Akhir 1308 A. H. in the magazine Siaanat-un-Naas in Hadiqah-tul-Uloom Press, Meerut. Later on, in 1318 A.H. a detailed refutation of this verdict was printed in Gulzar-e-Hasnie Press, Bombay Still later, in 1320 A.H. a very comprehensive refutation of this verdict was printed In Tuhfah-e-Hunafiah Press at Patna Azimabad.
The author of this unholy verdict died in Jamad-al-Akhir 1323 A.H. He maintained complete silence till his death. He neither said that it was not his verdict nor explained that he did not mean to say what scholars of Ahl-e-Sunnat had understood. He could have clarified what he actually meant to say. It was not an insignificant matter. which he could have ignored. It was a very serious matter of disbelief. If Zaid is alive and well; a sealed and signed verdict is openly printed under his name; he is described as a disbeliever: how can he afford to ignore it? Suppose he does so; and for a number of years his books are reprinted, others refute them branding Zaid as a disbeliever, and he lives silently for 15 years. Can a sane man conclude that he wanted to deny or did not mean it? The other insolent people, who are alive even today are silent on the subject. They can neither disown their printed books nor can they invent any other meaning of their words of insult.
(Tamheed Ul Iman by Ala Hazrat radi allahu anhu)