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The Almighty God will never do injustice, but we see that justice is not being completely done in this world. Even our legal system does not proclaim total justice. it says, ' it should appear by our judgment that the justice is being done.' Pl explain how?

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Asked by Shahnaz Siddiqui, 07 Oct '13 01:49 pm
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You have said , god never does injustice, it may feel so to us as we lack the capacity to judge the almighty. he is just and fair and will reward everyone accordingly. we shall know that on the day of judgement only. his ways are unique and ordinary mortals like us can never understand that
justice on the other hand by courts is done purely on evidence. so the way evidence is produced , the outcome of judgement shall be in accordance to that and mostly it is human to err and that is why we have a higher court each time to appeal in case we feel justice is denied. but again apex court also depends only on evidence and there can be some mistakes done unknowingly.
Answered by Ataur Rahman, 07 Oct '13 01:52 pm

 
  
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Come into sight; become visible or noticeable, typically without visible agent or apparent cause: "smoke appeared on the horizon".
Come into existence or use: "the major life forms appeared on earth".
Source: meaning of appear as verb-Google
Answered by Anurag Sharma, 07 Oct '13 01:51 pm

 
  
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