Bismillah A-Rahman A-Rahim

As-Salaam Alaikum

[JULY 25, 2018]

Muhammad Qasim saw that the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, is facing a lot of challenges and difficulties. And he can not pursue his goals the way he wants to and fails in his pursuit. Due to his failure he becomes very upset. I am observing all this situation whilst sitting in a room. Then Imran Khan also walks towards that room where I am already present. When he enters the room, he is saying something out of anger that I do not remember. I talk to him and tell him that if you want the help of Allah then you should avoid all forms of shirk. The way you prostrated in the shrine is a major form of shirk and you should repent to Allah (SWT) for your that very action and you should prostrate before Allah (SWT) in repentance. You have to make a firm and sincere promise that you will never bow down to anyone except Allah (SWT). I also remind him that you yourself used to say that ‘Imran Khan doesn’t bow down to anyone except Allah!’ Then why did you do so? Then Imran Khan realizes his mistake and says that ‘‘Yes, I used to say this!’’ Then he says that I used to only bow down to Allah (SWT) but unfortunately I got surrounded by such people that I went in the wrong path. Then I tell him that whoever has died is dead and he is disconnected from this world and we can not call him for help. Imran Khan is listening to me with great care and attention. I tell him that if someone goes to a grave and seeks help from the dead then this is also a form of shirk. If a person bows down in respect for greeting someone like the people of Japan do it, then that is also a form of shirk. Similarly there are many other forms of shirk. If you want Allah’s help and you wish to be successful then you have to protect yourselves from all forms of shirk, otherwise you will never succeed. Imran Khan is listening to me very attentively as if someone is seeing a great hope in something. And Imran Khan sees this hope in avoiding shirk and its forms because no one had explained to him about shirk and its forms like this before or warned him about them. End.