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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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in response to reader comment: Stop quoting kuffar sources our dear Wasim

Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Jul 7, 2014 at 15:47

Sir Dhimmi No More,

You quote the reference by saying the word 'Quran', because people have familiarized this belief that 'this is the Quran and to this only it is being called Kalam Allah which is from Lawh Mehfuz'. You wanted to get recognized 'to Quthm as Muhammad' to whom we did not believe. And I already made known to you about Quran and Kalam, yourself not given attention to it. Such as, Abu bakr murdered the learned scholar Malik bin Nuwerah and the ruler Muslimah of Yeman through Khalid bin Walid, then after this, he prepared Mus'haf on the name of 'Kalam Allah' with the collections of writings written on the leaves of date tree, on the pieces of earthen pots and on the leather through Zaid bin Sabit. Umar brought into practice the Namaz of Tarawih in which 'total Kalam Allah should be read after committing to memory' during Ramadan. Uthman collected 27 Manuscripts from 27people, which was written on the paper was a 'Quran'. He included the articles of these manuscripts into the Kalam Allah. And he did not return those copies to the people from whom those were collected; instead he burnt all those 27 copies. Ali sent his manuscript, but he did not accept it. Now a days, every Intellectual of today is more attentive and in search of Quran, the meaning of Quran is 'cool' that means the 'peace talks'.

No researcher will be able to reject these talks. Yourself also pay attentions that 'are you deriving the questions from Quran or Kalam Allah'? Today this Mus'haf is being totally proved from Lawh Mahfuz.

Wasim Ahmed

Solapur, Maharashtra India.

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