‏إظهار الرسائل ذات التسميات Divine Justice (Adl). إظهار كافة الرسائل
‏إظهار الرسائل ذات التسميات Divine Justice (Adl). إظهار كافة الرسائل

Kindly explain the difference between the Protected Tablet (Lauhe Mahfooz) and the Tablet of erasing and writing (Lauhe Mahwo Athbaat) and also between destiny (Taqdeer) and free will (Tadbeer). Are supplications and devotions effective in destined matters?

ls the present Satan the very first original Satan or he has progeny and descendents? If he has, why God created other satans from the one which was already condemned?

After being driven out how did Satan enter Paradise and misguide Adam? If he could enter Paradise, he was not accursed and if he entered in the form of a snake or through any other trick, then God did not drive him away.

Two righteous people live in this world, one for 30 years and another for 60. The first objects to God: Why could I not remain alive longer like my brother in order to worship more and earn more reward...? What is the answer?

Blackness and whiteness, blindness and sight, ugliness and beauty, wisdom and lunacy; these things show lack of justice. The ugly one and the blind is deprived of many bounties of this world and such persons can perform fewer good deeds. Will they be compensated in the Hereafter? Would they be punished if they die as infidels? Should they be losers in both the worlds?

Please explain 'change of destiny' (Bada) in a convincing manner

Where is the avenger of the martyrs of Kerbala?

It is said that in Ethereal Sphere (Aalame Zarr)9 the souls chose either righteousness or wretchedness. Now if it was forced, it is injustice and if it was volluntary, and if they possessed intelligence, how did they choose it? But if they had no sense, it would be improper to hold them accountable and to punish them. Please describe the circumstances in Ethereal Sphere (Aalame Zarr).

The Satan was a monotheist and now also he is a monotheist How then would this verse not apply to him? "Surely Allah does not forgive that anything should be associated with Him, and He forgives what is besides this to whom He pleases ..."

It is hard for common sense to understand the verse of the Holy Quran which says: "Thus does Allah make err whom He pleases ...”

Perhaps there are some people in Australia, Africa or America who have never even heard about Islam or about its rules and regulations. What their position will be after death?

Kindly explain the following tradition with examples: ‘‘Neither, fatalism nor free will,· it is a matter between the two extremes?

What is the difference between planning (Makr) of God and the planning (Makr) of a man?