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Kalmah Tohid 'LA ILAH ILLALLAH'

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Submitted by D H Page (India), May 13, 2013 at 09:02

Sir

Abdullahasahab, are you not knowing? That, the Musalmans of Mecca were believing themselves as believers of Ismaeeli and Ibrahimi faith; in character they were tyrant and luxurious; they were believing one Allah as a single personality in the sky; they were keeping the faith on Idols that 'the sin were excused by Idols as the recommenders before Allah'.

Bani Hasham were very noble, very rich traders & were administrator of Kaaba. They were sad because of the 'bad character and status' of the people of land. On the birth of Sallam Ahamad, all the Hashimi became very happy. Grandfather Abdul Muttalib paid invaluable remuneration to a very ingenious lady 'Haleema Sa-adiya of Kabila Sa-aad' for the purpose 'to bring up and to educate Sallam Ahamad for a period of six years'. Then under the guardianship of Abu Talib, his goodself became a noble poet and controlled the burden of trade. In the age of eight years only, the people of Mecca started to call his goodself as Sadiq because 'till this age he never told lie'; and at the age of sixteen only, his goodself was called by Arabs and non-Arabs with such a honourable name 'Ameen' because every one had the faith of satisfaction due to Sallam Ahamad's honesty, trust worthiness and provider of shelter to the sad people. A time came, his goodself invited the Ulemas, Kahins, poets and rich people and said 'for the benefit and reformation of all' that "you people, accept La Ilah Illallah so that you become successful amongst the other sects of the nations", but those people rejected with the pride & arrogance, saying "we can not accept this because neither 'we heard this amongst the religions of so far' nor 'heard from our venerables', with your own wishes you are creating & saying, you are a mad poet."

Sallam Ahamad said for the correction of Mushriks of Arab so that 'by leaving the bad deeds they can become good'. His goodself said 'Allah is not any personality whereas Allah is Zaat' who is 'Awwal, Akhar, Zahir and Bathin ( that is- first, last, apparent and hidden)' that means each and every particle is included in Zaat Allah.

We Muhammadis (Muhammadan) are keeping Imaan on this Kalmah and are the propagators.

Sir 'Dimmi no more' had truly said that 'this Kalmah is for the rectification of the people of Arab'.

Sir Abdullah, wait for the next article. And you may establish the link through this address snmmdp@gmail.com, in case you desire.

With the good intension for the welfare of human beings, Ameen.

D H Page

Bijapur-586104

Karnataka State

India

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