Dr. MarawanShahin, Professor of Hadith and its Sciences, Faculty of Usul Ad-Din (Theology), Al-Azhar Univ. states: “These words have a common or customary meaning and a linguistic meaning and a Shari`i meaning. As for the common or customary meaning they refer to what Almighty Allah has predestined for His servant. As for the linguistic meaning of these words, one is recommended to refer to the Arabic lexicons.” As for the Shari`ah meaning for these words, what we think that they are referring to the divine predestination.
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