One of the subjects which I have been perplexed about is the conflict between procreation and antinatalism. Islam places great emphasis on the family unit and raising children. Of course, this is in opposition to the arguments raised by antinatalism.
Although the arguments of most anti-natalists focus on materialistic suffering and materialistic pleasure, for the sake of the upcoming question let's entertain the idea of eternal suffering and eternal pleasure in the afterlife instead.
Since people who would not exist:
1. cannot truly be deprived of the pleasure that they would have possibly experienced if they had lived, but
2. are "excused" from suffering that they would have possibly experienced if they had lived:
From an Islamic perspective, what justifies having children if there is a possibility, no matter how small, that they will suffer eternally in the afterlife?