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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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in response to reader comment: Rise of Anarchy

Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jun 7, 2014 at 14:19

Respected Sir Warren,

When nobody knows, who invented the word Allah; the people of Arab believed Allah as a personality and that personality is sitting in the sky with the Angels, and created the Hell and Heaven. They familiarized to the 'grave of Adam' as 'House of Allah'. They made Idol of Allah and kept in that house. When Muhammad asked to them that "why you worship to this?" then people replied, "This takes us near to Allah". Then, it is understood now that 'they were doing voluptuousness, robs and battles relying on this Allah'. To make them to leave the evil, Muhammad explained them to understand 'Allah', that 'Allah is Akbar and Allah is Zaat', and said 'human being is noble ( Ashraf ) amongst all creatures'.

After Muhammad sahab, Dajl doing people used all types of attacks 'to change the lesson', again started to make people accept 'Allah as a personality' and prepared 'the book of Allah'.

Worshipping is being done to 'turn out to be' a good. Muhammad said "the worshipping of a good Idol is possible, it is not at all possible to set up 'any face or figure (appearance) of Allah' hence, "the worship of Allah is not possible".

For the difference of Zaat-e-Akbar and Zaat-e-Asghar, pay the special attention on the example of this kind-

Total 'living things' including every category are existing in the world. Presume to this 'living things' as 'Akbar Zaat'. Amongst this 'Akbar Zaat' man obtains milk from whichever animal, it also makes a Zaat and this Zaat will be said as Asghar.

With Regards,

Wasim Ahmed.

Maharashtra, India

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