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Understanding Zaat-e-Muhammad

Reader comment on item: Islam's Inadvertent Patterns
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Submitted by Wasim Ahmed (India), Sep 3, 2014 at 17:01

Sir Dawudi,

By including Ali, those who made famous to all four as Khulfa-e Rashideen, should understand 'Rushd and Gai' first.

As, the meaning of Rushd is 'that light of knowledge from which the faith of blind belief' should get vanished.

That means, from La Ilah Illallah understanding to 'Allah as Zaat' that 'first last seen unseen', only this Zaat is existing at every place which is 'Be-Niaz' (unselfishness). Believing to 'Allah as a personality' is blind belief.

Against the Muhammadi lesson, those Khalifas who by establishing the 'personality of Allah' prepared the Mus'haf (the Book) through Angel and publicized Lavazimat ( the necessaries, the essentials) Hur Gilman Haven Hell, took the common people to reach 'in the mislead path', created the way of 'tyranny and luxuriousness'.

Today in the world, most of the Musalmans are calling to these crimes and offences as Islam. They understood- "to demolish the graves and signs is religion". By not calling as a grave 'to the grave of Adam'; they made it famous as 'House of Allah' and circumambulation (Tawaf) to it- they believe as 'reward and religious act'. They keep this belief also that "worshipping something self constructed" is Shirk. Human being should search the path for becoming good.

Wasim Ahmed

Mahrashtra, India


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