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Why is Alcoholalcohol not permitted in Islam, if it requires the will of Allah to make you drunk?

I understand that as muslimsMuslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as muslimsMuslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk?

Why is Alcohol not permitted in Islam

I understand that as muslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as muslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk?

Why is alcohol not permitted, if it requires the will of Allah to make you drunk?

I understand that as Muslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as Muslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk?

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Why is Alcohol not permitted isin Islam

I understand that as muslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as muslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk...

Can you see what I am trying to say?

Why is Alcohol not permitted is Islam

I understand that as muslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as muslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk...

Can you see what I am trying to say?

Why is Alcohol not permitted in Islam

I understand that as muslims, you believe that absolutely nothing happens without the will of Allah. For example, if you take painkiller, it will only work if Allah wills it.

What I don't understand is that as muslims, you've been warned by Allah to not drink alcohol, because you go out of control. That's true and that is fair.

What I don't understand is that, that alcohol will only make you drunk if Allah wills it to make you drunk. So why warn, people not to drink it, and then will the alcohol to make them drunk?

Why not allow people to drink alcohol and will the alcohol to not make them drunk?

For example, why warn people that if they drink alcohol, it's benefits are not worth the side effects, when the alcohol will only make you drunk when god wills it to make you drunk?

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