وأن امرأة من المسلمين سبيت بالهند فنادت يا حجاجاه فاتصل به ذلك فجعل يقول:
A woman among the Muslims who was in captivity shouted O Hajjaajaah, When Hajjaaj was informed about it he said, Here I am, Here I am.
There were some Muslim rebels in India, Muhammad bin Harith Ullaafi and Muawiyah bin Harith Ullaafi who were taking help of Raja Dahir against Muslim Government. After the fall of Ullaafi rebellion, a Man Abdur Rahman bin Muhammad with the help of Rajas of Sindh, Makraan and Sajistan stood against Abdul Malik bin Marwan and Hajjaj bin Yusuf. And finally Sindhi Pirates attacked Muslims and when they were looting Muslim women. A woman shouted O Hajjaajaah, when someone informed about it to Hajjaj he said Labbaik. He wrote to Raja Dahir so that he may punish the pirates but Dahir refused. Hajjaj asked permission fro the caliphate to attack but it was refused but later on the permission was granted.
Muhammad bin Qasim allowed Brahmins to do their worship freely.
Qadhi Muhammad Ismaeel bin Ali who was from the family of Musa bin Yaqub who was appointed by Muhammad bin Qasim as a qadhi of اروڑ, an elder from this family wrote Tareekh al Hind wal Sindh, Qadhi Ismaeel had scattered pages of this book. Ali bin Amir Abu Bakr saw these pages with him and translated in Farsi which is known as Chach Nama, it is mentioned in the book:
Muhammad bin Qasim said while giving them Amaan:
Make your temples.. Worship your idols as per your religion, make dealings with Muslims in your business, make corrections in your manners, help the poor brahmins.. Listen to your religious and political leaders, You have amaan.
(Chach Nama page 299, al Uqad at-Thameen page 155-156, Taken from Barre Sagheer me Islam k Awwaleen Nuqush by Historian Muhammad Ishaq Bhatti page 99)