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Does Envying Mean Criticizing Divine Determining?

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Asked by truth exposed, 17 Nov '12 10:40 am
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Let us imagine a man who tried his utmost, worked in the licit bounds and started to wait for Allahs mercy and favor after performing active and verbal supplications to obtain a certain blessing. The duty of a believer when he sees the Divine favor bestowed on that man is to be as happy as if it was bestowed on him. Belief in Divine Determining and Islamic fraternity requires that attitude.

A sentence of threat from Master Badiuzzaman, a scholar of Islam, to those who do not act in the way demonstrated above and show envy and animosity: Whoever criticizes Divine Determining is striking his head against an anvil on which it will break and whoever objects to Divine Mercy will himself be deprived of it. (The Letters)

In the noble verse mentioned above, there is a wise notification as Allah has given them of his bounty By attributing this notification, scholars of interpretation stated that it was permissible to envy wealth not gained through illegal ways and added the following: To ...more
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Answered by anil garg, 17 Nov '12 10:54 am

 
  
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A noble verse concerning envy:
Or do they envy mankind for what Allah has given them of his bounty? (An-Nisa), 54)

Let us imagine a man who tried his utmost, worked in the licit bounds and started to wait for Allahs mercy and favor after performing active and verbal supplications to obtain a certain blessing. The duty of a believer when he sees the Divine favor bestowed on that man is to be as happy as if it was bestowed on him. Belief in Divine Determining and Islamic fraternity requires that attitude.

A sentence of threat from Master Badiuzzaman, a scholar of Islam, to those who do not act in the way demonstrated above and show envy and animosity: Whoever criticizes Divine Determining is striking his head against an anvil on which it will break and whoever objects to Divine Mercy will himself be deprived of it. (The Letters)

In the noble verse mentioned above, there is a wise notification as Allah has given them of his bounty By attributing this notification, scholars of in ...more
Answered by Quest, 17 Nov '12 10:42 am

 
  
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