Islam - Are We Forced or Free

Islam - Are We Forced or Free

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This booklet is translation of a part of the Arabic book
'Sharh Hadeeth Jibra'eel' by Shaikh Muhammad ibn Saleh al-Uthaimeen (rahimahullah)

Shaikh Saleh al-Fawzan writes in Mujmal Aqeedah as-Salaf,

"Many groups have been misled in their understanding of Qadar (Predestination/Divine Decree). From them are the Jahmiyah and the Jabriyah who claim that the slave is forced in his actions and he has no control, ability or will. He is like a feather or a leaf which is blown by the wind.

Another group went to the other extreme and declared that every man creates his own actions. Allah has no will or control in the slave's action. The slave performs his actions by his choice and power that is independent of the Will of Allah. Some of them exaggerated to the extent that they said that Allah does not know the thing before it occurs...

The first group (Jabriyah) affirmed the Divine Decree and exaggerated (in their affirmation of Allah's Will) and thus robbed the slave from his will.

The second group (Qadariyah) exaggerated in (their affirmation of) the slave's will until they denied the Will and Decree of Allah.Both these groups are greatly mistaken and misguided.

The Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jama'ah is on the middle path – they affirm ability, choice and will for the slave but it is subservient to the Will and Power of Allah and the slave cannot do anything except by the Will of Allah. [end quote]

This booklet gives the reader a thorough understanding of how the will, choice and ability of the slave are subservient to the Will and Power of Allah in the words of the noble Shaikh Muhammad ibn Saleh al-Uthaimeen (rahimahullah)

Apart from explaining what it means to believe in the Divine Decree, the Shaikh has expansively clarified important issues related to the subject, like Allah's Will for the occurrence of Kufr despite His Hatred for it.

Explanation of additional issues like - the sinner's justification by predestination, Is it obligatory upon us to be pleased with what has been decreed? - make the book more comprehensive and beneficial for the reader.

We ask Allah to forgive our mistakes and make us amongst those who are patient and pleased with the Decree of Allah. Ameen.

Shawana A. Aziz (www.qsep.com)

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    by WEKESA RISPER on 09/03/2014

    Alhamdullillah.beneficial ilm

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    by Dontaue Jackson on 18/01/2014

    This book is just what the Muslims need. concise, but very powerful. The sheikh clearifies the misconception and false ideology many Muslims believe today.

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    by Mhai Tan on 29/12/2013

    Thankyou for this quiet clever apps u made..I've learned!

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    by abdul aziz on 28/06/2013

    Its written in quran that Allah destroyed various nations because of their wrong deeds and at last Allah says that your RAB was not such to do zulm on others whereas they did Zulm on themselves. . If everything is from Allah side than y Allah made those nations responsible for themselves. Think Allah is very clear that good deeds give good rewards and bad deeds bring Allahs anger and punishment s

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    by Ammara Mir on 10/12/2012

    have not read it all yet but app works perfect.