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Muhmmad vs Greek Philosophy

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Submitted by Dawudi (India), Oct 17, 2014 at 14:27

Dear brother Wasim Ahmed, You wrote about Zaat Allah and Zaat Muhmmad but as compare to Greek philosophy I would like to know what is difference between philosophy of Unan and Muhmmad's argument of "La Ilah Illallah Muhmmad Rasoolallah" ?and why is Muhmmad's argument better? And in context of any Zaat which is identified by its name , Is Allah mere Name ? You have written " Whereas Wahadahu also existed along(I.e La Sharikalahu) with it which is in a plural form",so please clarify how is Wahadahu related to plural form ? And also you mentioned that Zaat Haq is 'Muhmmad Rasoolallah' this implies that there can be more than one such Muhmmad I.e Zaat Haq?Will you explain ,does there exist Muhmmad before this Abul Qasim as Muhmmad ? and if yes what is difference between this one and prior all ?

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