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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), May 22, 2014 at 15:37

Respected Mr Warren of U.S,

Received your comment on Zaat-e-Muhammad on 20th May 2014 at 02.33.

I am very happy that you as a Judge want to understand Zaat-e-Muhammad.

Sallam Ahmad is a reformer for Ismayeeli Muslims of Makkah.

Sallam Ahmad's Kunniyat is Abul Qasim, he is son of Abdullah.

Sallam Ahamed is a inventor of Kalmah LA ILAH ILLALLAH MUHAMMAD RASUL ALLAH.

Sallam Ahmad's talking and character was very nice, therefore the population of Makkah called him by the name of Muhammad.

Sallam Ahmad made known, 'Allah is Awwal Akhar Zahir Batin' (ie. First, last, Visible, Invisible) that, 'any place is not vacant from Allah, Allah is at every place'. Therefore at every place both good and bad faces are existing.

The good faces of Allah are being praised (Hamd). The large quantity (abundance) of 'this good' results to establish a Zaat (it is Zaat-e-Asghar but not Akbar).


Wasim Ahmed

Maharashtra, India


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