I want to understand the concept of predestination in Islam. For. e.g in my daily routine i sit sleep eat etc.. Are all of these acts presitined or they are because of my will? Are my acts mutually exclusive to my destiny?
Assalam alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuI'm really concerned about having committed shirk. It is a deep fear of mine and I always seek refuge in Allah from ever getting involved in shirk.I needed an answer to a question I had submitted and without realising what I had said, I had uttered "someone please help me" I know only Allah SWT can help me and I'm in no doubt about that, but I would like some clarification as to whether my statement meant I have committed shirk.Jazakallahu khair.
Respected scholar, As-Salamu `alaykum. Why is it that Palm-reading should not be practiced? I really need your advice based on Qur’an and Hadith about reading hand lines. Jazakum Allah khayran.
Asalam-U-Alaikum dear scholars.Will a person in the lower levels of Jannah will be able to go to the higher level of Jannah? What can a person do to get the Highest level of Jannah?Asalam-U-Alaikum.
Assalamualaikum,I was wondering if you can explain to me how a person gets touch of shatan(if he is controlling the back of their head)?Also can you list the symptoms which occur if a person has this problem. Are symptoms such as depression,laziness,dizziness,feeling trapped,feeling un-normal and physical and mental slowness all related to this problem?Gazak-Allah
Assalam u alaikum brotherI am trying to learn more about my Deen and I hope you can answer a couple of questions. In the Quran it says that everyone has a predestined time when they will die. But does it also say that a person is predestined how they will die? How does this relate to when a person is murdered? For example, in the recent bombings in London, approx 40 people lost their lives because of a bomber. As it was not a natural disaster, does this mean that Allah (swt) had predestined that there would be a bomber who would kill these 40 people? Or would they all have died that day anyway some other way?Jazak Allah Khair
Dear scholars, as-salamu `alaykum. I was on a train in a carriage with no other people. A frightening looking man came up to me and asked me if I was a Muslim. I was afraid he would harm me if I said yes. So I said no. I feel absolutely terrible that I said I was not a Muslim. Will I be punished for saying so? How should I repent for this terrible mistake? Jazakum Allah khayran.