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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), May 13, 2014 at 14:24

Sir Dhimmi no more,

In my article dated 3rd May 2014 a mistake occurred, that is 'instead of اقرب (Aqrab) it has been printed as عقرب (Aqrab)'.

I put forth the grammar of حمد (Hamd)- احمد (Ahmad)- محمد (Muhammad) and accordingly exampled on the equivalent of it as قرب (Qurb)- اقرب (Aqrab)- مقرب (Muqarrib), because I gave an example on the personality of Muhammad. Most of the peoples attack is – 'on the personality of Muhammad all along the period and is being continued'.

Our aim is to convey the Zaat-e-Muhammad to understand, through Adhaan.

With regards,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra.India

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