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1 Sahil Badruddin = " "If, now, we turn from its historic background to its doctrine and to its possibility of development in the future, we will find the same potential universality. Take the central principle of 'Allah O Akbar.' Here we find on one side divinity, on the other side infinity. For what is the greater -- time, space, the starry heavens, intelligence, knowledge? -- wherever existence goes there His greatness extends. Greaterness here, to anyone who understands the implications of the Arabic language, does not mean 'greaterness' as literally translated into English. It means that everything else is within the womb of the greater -- everything else is maintained and sustained by Divine Power, including the furthest spaces of imagination." -Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah, Aga Khan III' foreword to 'Muhammad: A Mercy to All Nations' by Al-Hajj Qassim Ali Jairazbhoy (London, United Kingdom) "