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Veiled in the

Secret of Humanity

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First published in Pakistan in 2012 by The Sapphire Publishing Group

A division of Atlas Group (Pakistan) Inc., Lahore.

The paperback edition published in 2012 by Ali Books

Reprinted 2012 (three times).

Copyright ©2012 by Zubia Malik

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To my Lord Almighty, the Beneficent and the Merciful and His last Prophet Muhammad PBUH

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Article 1

Love for the Messenger (P.B.U.H.) 2

Short Stories 10

Internal Revelation to Reality 11

It’s never late…! 17

Poems 25

Hope 26

Oh My Lord! 27...

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