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in response to reader comment: Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

Submitted by Warren (India), May 31, 2014 at 04:05

As you have stated that:" Sallam Ahmad made known, 'Allah is Awwal Akhar Zahir Batin' (ie. First, last, Visible, Invisible) that, 'any place is not vacant from Allah, Allah is at every place'. Therefore at every place both good and bad faces are existing. The good faces of Allah are being praised (Hamd ). The large quantity (abundance) of 'this good' results to establish a Zaat (it is Zaat-e- Asghar but not Akbar)." I would like to know 1) why did Muhmmed objected idol-worship of Arabs ? Since any idol which is visible or invisible will include in Allah as per you mentioned ! and if so what is wrong with worshiping invisible personified Allah or god ? 2)Why did Muhmmed named that ذات اكبر as 'Allah' only? 3)Since you stated that 'All inclusion of visible ,invisible, First and Last is nothing but ذات الله ' then how this ذات can perform action as per your book of Allah mentions?Does it mean Anarchy? 4)How ذات اصغر and ذات اكبر can exist at same time different of each?

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