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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Oct 22, 2014 at 18:12

Sir Dawudi,

In the article posted on 17th Oct 2014 you have combined all questions together in one chain only. But, I am writing the replies in accordance with my capability. Unani Philosophers were accepting the universe on the pattern of Zaat Allah, like our Indian philosophers accept 'every part of Brahmand' as Brahma.

The order of Muhammad is - in Zaat Allah 'good and not-good' both are included. But it is compulsory to human beings that 'by adopting the things 'worthy of praise' one should become 'worthy of praise', and establish peace by serving the 'Makhluq (creatures) which are all' Zaat Allah. Therefore the philosophy of Muhammad is superior.

Now second thing that you want to understand is - 'what was the name of Muhammad' and why he was called as Muhammad. When was he being called as Ameen and why?

When was his goodself called as Sadiq and why?

On the birth of his goodself, Grandfather Abdul Muttalib Allaihissalam kept the name as Sallam Ahmad. His goodself achieved and held the rank of Muhammad. On this high rank only, all the history was created, and only on this name all the 'Nifaq creators' (Hypocrites) are doing the defamation till now.

Muhammad said "my few near Sahabis (Muqrrib) will be carried towards left-side in the Hell, who went back to their old religion soon after my departure".

On the death of Sallam Ahmad the Dajl that was done is "Muhammad is dead, the adoration of Muhammad will not be performed, and the adoration of Allah will be performed". But, the death of Muhammad is not possible, praise worthy face always exists, that is considered as RABB.

Allah's face cannot be made; therefore the worship of Allah is not possible.

Second Dajl that was done is- attack was done on Sallam Ahmad's highest ranked name MUHAMMAD that "he was not Muhammad but only a Rasul like the earlier all Rasuls came and passed away".

Zaat exists on abundance, like sky is "Zaat of Burjs" of Stars. The plural of Burj is Buruj like the plural of the word Kitab is Kutub. In the same manner the plural of the word Wa'hid is Wahad. When many Wa'hid exist then that Zaat is called Wahad. When it was made known that Allah is the biggest Zaat. And any thing is not separate from it then Allah became La Sharikalhu.

If, a thing or name is established separate from Allah then that will be called as Shirk. As it was made known that "the adoration of Rasul is the adoration of Allah". When was 'his goodself' accepted and remembered by the ranked name Muhammad?

When Hazrat Qasim was born, from whom the Kunniyat was called as Abul Qasim. At that time the age of Sallam Ahmad was 27 years, and the age of Khadija Tahira was 30 years.

At the age of 40 years, the native people of Makkah accepted Sallam Ahmad as MUHAMMAD similar to AMEEN, did not accept as RASUL-ALLAH which is clear from Sulah Hudebiya.

In Arab, no one was as wealthy as Khadija Tahira and Sallam Ahmad. Saudi Government demolished their house, in which about 22 Quintal gold coins and billions of dollars of house-hold things existed.

But the Dajl doers wrote the book for insulting, and by power of force they made efforts to prove his goodself as poor and luxurious, this process of insulting and defamation is being continued till today. One outcast fellow writes that "Khadija expired in poverty; there was one bowl that was also broken. Uncle Abu Talib died of starvation, and had no money for treatment.

They want to prove that those Dajl doers were 'good and wealthy people'.

Wasim Ahmed

Solapur, Maharashtra

India

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