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Does muslim inaadvertently testify Kalima ?

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Submitted by Dawudi (India), Sep 29, 2014 at 15:40

Dear brother Wasim Ahmed, I would like to draw your attention to inadvertent patterns in Islam which Dr.Pipes has discussed here .Surely bad practices are rightly caught by him and make muslims to think on it !

Following Shariah without questioning is a salvation ,isn't it ?You are holding SAHABAS as responsible for all ill practices.Don't you think,despite of Muhmmad initiated reform ,his SAHABAS seem to be more successful to bring their own shariah ?I mean SAHABAS were more successful in their so called Dajl ,didn't they?. and dear Wasim Ahmed , you have mentioned about Kalima which is set of words LA ILAH ILLALLAH MUHMMAD RASOOLALLAH and it is part of basic faith of muslims. but I never found when did angel Gabriel reveal this KALIMA to Muhmmad ?

Though first part and second part of Kalima appears in Quran seperately but not as First in chronological revelation of verses together ! Which part is revealed first and how much time was passed beween revelation of two part of Kalima? In Meccan period how does Muhmmad converted others before revelation of Kalima? It is known that Adam,Dawud, Musa,Isa etc prophets also told about 'LA ILAH ILLALLAH' before Muhmmad ,isn't it ? Does muslims inadvertently testify Kalima ?

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