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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Sep 16, 2014 at 15:50

Dear Dawudi,

The construction what Ismail and Ibrahim did that was 32 X 22 and height 9 yards without Door and Window. In the later period, Quraish reduced in the length and made it cube, and they made famous as Kaaba to it.

Muhammad wanted to make it in accordance with the structure of Ibrahim. But one Sahabi stopped it arrogantly saying 'let it remain like this' to safeguard his belief of Jahiliyat (ignorance).

You know that, when Muhammad did the Hijarat then he said facing to Kaaba that "o'h Kaaba you are dear to me but your sons are not allowing me to stay".

You know from the history of Makkah that 'Khimah (tent) of Adam was based at the place where Kaaba is existing', he stayed in it and he died in it.

You are well aware from Tafseer and Ahadees about the conditions of those few rude companions, oftentimes they did disobedience and after the death they got written insulting words and things 'in the enmity of Rasul'. Because of this, nowadays some people disrespect abusively.

Wasim Ahmed

Solapur, Maharashtra

India

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