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  • Hassaan Adil

    Member April 30, 2021 at 4:43 pm

    Allah is absolutely just… then isn’t a child born in Jewish family or a Qadiani family is not having the benefit to directly reach the Quran or Sunnah or Prophet SWA or Islam… or a child born in athiest family doesn’t have the benefit to reach the philosophical approach or Faith in Allah…….. even living beings or other species such as dogs and donkey…. isn’t it the injustice to them to be animals living in miserable conditions…..

    2) the point that “Naik logo k lia naik aurtain or bura logo k lia bure aurtain”…. is not always as it is said…. in many cases it is against the statement…. Surah Noor Ayah 26…. The good people have often the bad wife… so isn’t it injustice

  • Umer

    Moderator April 30, 2021 at 5:31 pm

    If we understand the overall scheme of test and trial we humans have been put through, it is based on the premise that every one will be judged according to the level of ilm, skills and circumstances one has been bestowed with. Therefore, a Muslim born in a Muslim family goes through a different kind of test, while a non-muslim born in a non-muslim family, goes through a different. The ultimate objective is to find the truth within the circumstances one lives in, to the best of one’s ability. A muslim has to first rationally believe in God once they reach age of rationality, and then sift through many different sects of Muslims, some involved in Bidah while some involved in polytheism, and reach for the right answer in the light of Quran and Sunnah. A Non-Muslim has to go through a similar test, but in their case to rationally look for the right answer, by sifting through different religions. At times, the test for a Muslim becomes more difficult than for a Non-Muslim, because of biased environment one is surrounded with influenced by one particular sect of Muslims.

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    Regarding second point, that verse relates to akhirah (qiyamah) and not to this world, therefore, the inference drawn is incorrect. If you want to discuss it further, please post it as a separate question.

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