Brother Dawood, alladhī the one who, and all its derivatives used in the Quran are mostly/all referring to a group of people in general, a mindset and rarely to a specific person or persons. The Quran tells us what to do and then tells us about those who do not follow this guidance, what they do wrong and the consequences of their wrong acts.
In chapter 96 we may 100% conclude based on this observation that the one who forbids is again referring to a particular mindset, not an individual, the ‘slave’ is anyone who follows Allah and not a particular person. It makes perfect sense when we look at the Quran and all the verses where this methodology is used.
I repeat, we gain nothing and lose sight of the true meaning of the verses when we restrict this to Muhammad. You have no evidence other than fairy tale hadith to treat this chapter as the first revelation and we have all seen the consequences of ‘revelation other than the Quran’ that you have presented to further your erroneous beliefs. You have to make this Muhammad because this is the only way you can produce the instructions for namaz from fictional revelation when you know very well they are not in the Quran.
96:6 Nay, MAN TRIES TO PLAY GOD! [Tagha = Trying to be supreme = Being a false god = Grossly overweening = Arrogance beyond limits = Creating rebellion = Trespassing Permanent Values. Taaghoot = A false god = Tyrant = Humans claiming Divine powers = Priesthood]
96:7 (And) in that he considers himself self-sufficient (forgetting how indebted he is to the Creator and the society for all his mental and physical resources.)
96:8 Indeed, to your Lord is the return. [Everything that exists goes back to the Creator as its Source and is bound by His law. All people will be returned to Him for Judgment. Mankind will eventually return to the Divinely Ordained System of Life]
96:9 Have you seen the KIND OF MAN who forbids
96:10 A servant when he follows the Divine Commands?
96:11 Have you considered if such a person is on the road of guidance?