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Al Tawheed and ritual of Hajj

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Submitted by Dawudi (India), Sep 14, 2014 at 02:18

Oh ! you have mentioned about viewpoint of Tawheed as " from La Ilah Illallah understanding to 'Allah as Zaat' that 'first last seen unseen', only this Zaat is existing at every place which is 'Be-Niaz'(unselfishness). Believing to 'Allah as a personality' is blind belief." But this viewpoint is similar to sufi viewpoint and throughout history any claim to this effect had been vigorously criticized as is directly blurring the distinction between the creator and the creature, and its incompatibility with the genuine and absolute monotheism of Islam.(source:Wiki- Roger S. Gottlie (2006), p.210 )" And you are claiming Kaaba as 'Grave of Adam',you should provide solid proof for that ? I wonder why didn't Muhmmad told about this fact ?Whereas he gave importance to Kaaba by continuing the ritual of Hajj and Sacrifice which traced back to Ibrahim ! And again I would like to know about way by which Muhmmad transmitted his Ideology successfully despite of Big Fraud in Islamic Documentation of History!

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