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Submitted by Shama Niazi Moulana Muhammad Daval Page (India), Sep 4, 2012 at 01:13


'La Ilaha Illallah' spelled and heard in any corner of the world, suddenly the name of that child belongs to Hashim family appears in the minds of Muhammadees (Sufies, Saadats and Ansars) and that name is Sallam Ahamad. Hazrat Abdul Muttalib following 'the naming system and the aim of his father', he kept the name of the child as 'Ahamad'. His goodself grown up under the patronage of 'grand father Hazrat Abdul Muttalib and the uncle Hazrat Abu Talib' and due to this Sallam Ahamad gained the honourable titles like Sadiq and Ameen.

Under the influence of 'the universe' or 'the nature' or 'the number of religions given by the mentors right from Adam to Isa Masiha or Abde Manat', the human beings or the mankind or the people of the world are leading their life towards good or bad, towards peace or war, towards tyranny or sustainer from tyranny. So, for every act of his own, man provides legality for his deed either from religion or from the principals of mother land or from the nature, that is from the subject materials existed in the universe. That is to say, mankind is surviving in the universe with many religions, different climatic conditions, odds and evens, with the living things or non living things, with the things seen or unseen, that means 'man is to universe or universe is to man' related so thickly. A single group, 'having everything in it and nothing exist out it' and this group is called as Zaat and may be named as Universe. Everyone is utilizing the things or formulas from this Zaat (group) for leading the life or achieving the goal; the outcome result may be good or evil, real or unreal. That is to say, good or evil, real or unreal both the groups are existing in this Zaat (universal group). This Zaat is biggest and other two Zaats (groups) 'good and evil' or 'real and unreal (Haq wa Batil)' are not biggest Zaats. The first foundation lesson is 'Kalmah', and Rasool-e-Akram had shown that "Allah is Zaat through La Ilaha Illallah. Allah is the biggest Zaat amongst all Zaats, because all these Zaats are parts of Zaat Allah." His goodself made to understand every one through Surah Ikhalaas that Hu Allahu Ahad means Allah is Ahad (universal group as one) but not Wahid (single) as a 'might power' sitting in the sky.

Yazeed became king of such a vast and well developed kingdom which was founded soon after the death of Muhammad (s.a.s.). The 'disrespects and insults' created and imposed on Rasoole Akram during the last spell of His life may not be recognized and understood by keeping the tendency of mind towards Yazeed. Where as 'disrespects and insults' were not at all imposed on Imam-e-Alimuqam, his goodself's bravery, the credits, the liberality and generosity were highly influenced on Arabs and non-Arabs and hence they were honouring and respecting Imam Hussain. Hazrat Muhammad (s.a.s.) was having so much love and affection on Imam Hussain, then we being Ummate Muhammadi should also create and adopt love and affection with Imame Alimuqam, then only, one can understand about the ancestors of Hasnain (Zaddil Hasan wal Hussain) that "how much they are pious, pure, kind hearted, merciful, service oriented toward Bani Adam, their principles and status in the world."

With regards,

Shama Niazi

Moulana Muhammad Daval Page

Karnataka State



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