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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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in response to reader comment: Our dear Wasim is mangling the Arabic language again

Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jun 23, 2014 at 15:57

Sir,

You got the address that 'Arab invented the word Allah', but you are not able to mention its history.

The language of Maa Hajrah was Qabti and the language of Ibrahim was Suryani.

Banu Jaraham was a wild tribe, by obtaining the permission from Maa Hajrah they settled near KABA. Their language was Arabic. After ages, Banu Jaraham acquired the control over KABA from the hands of Ismaeel's offspring, they established the religion related from Allah, to which the children of Ismail also began to accept.

What is 'the Quran and Lawh Mehafuz'?

Such as, Umar said 'pertaining to one Aayat' that "when this Aayat came, then it abolished seventy Aayats", no one is giving answer today why?

Shown to 'Near' through Nahno Aqrabo ilaihe min hablil wareed, thank you.

All the faces existing in Zahir, to which, it was made to understand the Wahadat Alwajud. In this, Haq and Batil both the things are existing. If at all Haq is accepted, then that Zaat becomes Asghar. Wahadat Alwajud is Zaat Akbar. All the time 'all the voices and faces' (past and present) are available in this vacant space. This is being called Batin.

Sir, I have informed my faith. Faith cannot be put on anybody from force, Lakum deenukum waliya deen.

Whatever formula you put forth for peace, I will remain grateful.

Wasim.Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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