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Tariqat and Qalmi Shajarah

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Submitted by Dawudi (United States), Jan 6, 2015 at 14:25

Dear brother Wasim Ahmed,

Glad to know that you like this New Approach by Dr.Hasanuddin . But ,Will you please explain more about Qalmi Shajrah ? Why Tariqat need it ? and As you have written " In Mutshabihat my Aaqa(Lord) taught and instructed only the path of peace" ;Will you provide its example ?

I would like to know what you think why did instead of Muhkamat other two ways of Mutshabihat and Maqtiat were also used ?

Thanks

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