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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jun 17, 2014 at 15:09

Sir Warren,

Received, your comment dated Jun 14, 2014, at 09:53. Arab kept one Idol in Kaba. They were worshipping to it that "takes us near to Allah". This was the faith of worshipping. When Muhammad shown them to Allah- the Zaat Akbar, then both the faiths of them were nullified.

2. To understand the 'Kaba and grave of Adam', please go through the book KABA by Shama Niazi.

3. Muhammad said to all the people in KABA through Surah Najm LAT, MANAT Wal Uza Tilka Graneequl Ula Wa An Shafa3athum Li Turtaja

(Seeratun Nabi I Shibli Nomani)

'Allah Zaat-e-Akbar' made known to you through the example, your goodself did not give attention to it, that "in the Zaat of Allah 'good and bad' both things are existing", Haque needs to be accepted and act only upon this. Such as Muhammad Rasul Allah means it is called Zaat-e-Muhammad which is Zaat-e-Asgar. When Sallam Ahmad put forth its example then Arabs began to call him 'Muhammad'.

With Regard,

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra India.

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