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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Dec 28, 2014 at 03:37

Sir Dawudi,

I like new approach about (LA-TAQRABUN) but we mean that (Don't touch).

Shajrah is of two types

1. Son of so and so- to which it could be described up to Adam, which is Nasabi Shajrah (a genealogical tree).

2. The Shajrah of Tariqat up to Moula Ali, this is Qalmi Shajrah.

In which way the rules and laws are formed in the Shariyah of Musalmans, taking the help of only those laws the killing is being carried out by saying Jihad. Men, women, children and innocent followers of other religion people are also being killed with very much mercilessly through those laws.

In Mutshabihat my Aaqa (Lord) taught and instructed only the path of peace.

Metaphysics is a basic lesson. After accepting La Ilah Illallah, prior to Salah it is necessary to follow a law and one must implement it, this law is that- 'be away from (Fahash, Munkirat and Bagayi), to keep the Salah pure and pious'.

Earlier, it is made known already about the creation that Allah is the name of a Zaat, it is not any personality. Lord had shown MARAJAL BAHRAINIYALTAQEYAN BAINAHUMA BARZAKHULLAYABGIYAN in this way Makhaluq came into existence.

Ameen is 'a group of three qualities' combined together. To be a Imandar (The honest), to be a Amanatdar (a trust worthy) and shelter that means Aman provider; who should be a merchant, should be a wealthy and should be a powerful; nobody became such other than Lord. Dajjals made every type of mischief, in the Kalam they did adulteration but they were not able to change 'to become Ameen'.

Wassalam

Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra India.

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