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According to QURAN , who did Allah almighty sent as mercy/rehma to all mankind ?

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Asked by truth exposed, 05 Jan '13 07:49 pm
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Hadith tells us that Allah divided His mercy into seventy parts, and distributed one of those parts in the creation around us. Let us think of all the love in this world be it between a mother and child, a husband and wife, a brother and sister be it between animals and their young, be it between friends and so on. All the love amongst these people and in this world comprises just one part out of seventy of Allahs mercy. This brings to mind the question that what tremendous mercy might Allah show on the Day of Judgment?

Allah (s.w.t) is exceedingly merciful. Ar-Rehman & Ar-Raheem are the very first two names (qualities) of Allah (s.w.t).
Answered by LIPSIKA, 05 Jan '13 07:58 pm

 
  
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Hadith tells us that Allah divided His mercy into seventy parts, and distributed one of those parts in the creation around us. Let us think of all the love in this world be it between a mother and child, a husband and wife, a brother and sister be it between animals and their young, be it between friends and so on. All the love amongst these people and in this world comprises just one part out of seventy of Allahs mercy. This brings to mind the question that what tremendous mercy might Allah show on the Day of Judgment?

Allah (s.w.t) is exceedingly merciful. Ar-Rehman & Ar-Raheem are the very first two names (qualities) of Allah (s.w.t).
Answered by rajan, 07 Jan '13 07:33 am

 
  
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