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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Aug 7, 2014 at 15:49

Sir Warren

Prior to Muhammad, the people of Arab were believing to Allah in such a way that "Allah is available on sky and our idols will make us near to Allah".

On the strength of this, those people were doing tyranny and luxuriousness.

The dynasty of Hashmi was very pious and good. They were desiring that the people of Makkah should become good. For the correction of those people, Sallam Ahmad informed them 'Allah as a biggest Zaat amongst all Zaats instead of Allah as a personality' that:

· 'Allah- the unselfishness' that means neither provides the benefit nor creates the loss,

you human beings only supreme amongst all creatures.

· Act and practice on the good character, such will be the rebirth.

His goodself gave good model character, people accepted his goodself as Muhammad.

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India

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