“Verily, you (O Muhammad) guide not whom you like, but Allaah guides whom He wills”[al-Qasas 28:56]
"Is not Allah the most just of judges?" (surah Tin aya 8)
It's an inconsistency. How can you evaluate someone who had fewer opportunities than others? How can we reconcile with Allah's justice when he leads someone astray, like sending a blind man into a busy street? This is the very essence of "misleading". Allah, undoubtedly, also brought into existence individuals who must be incapable of attaining heaven, such as psychopaths who lack the ability to empathize due to a deformity in the frontal lobe of their brain. Psychopaths exhibit no hesitation in resorting to any form of violence - if necessary, they take lives as effortlessly as we swat flies - as psychopathy is devoid of both morality and compassion. Why did Allah create such individuals? Some may argue that "bad" people serve as a trial for the good ones, but that explanation is a commonly used argument that can justify anything. I intentionally enclosed the term "evil" in quotation marks because a psychopath is not wicked by choice or out of their own volition, but rather functions in the manner they were designed. Consequently, it can be concluded that such an individual cannot be subjected to a test. The lion's act of killing the young antelope does not make it "evil." It is driven by instinct and the necessity to fulfill its basic survival needs. The concept of malevolence holds no significance for animals, unless they themselves feel threatened. The antelope, however, does not perceive this as justice (By the way: shouldn´t any Animal that feels love, end up in paradies? I guess not, because people still think animals are less worth and not conscious enough). All creatures, including humans, are guided by the principle of satisfying their needs, even if it means killing and consuming others. However, we often remain indifferent to anything beyond our own immediate concerns. Failure to fulfill our needs or substituting them can lead to mental or physical illness, or even death. These basic needs are deeply ingrained biological programs that greatly influence our conscious thoughts.I am of the opinion that moral codes in human societies are solely a product of the human mind, which accounts for the significant differences in moral concepts among various cultures. It is intriguing to consider how the Yanonami Indians of the Amazon rainforest and the people from the Adaman Islands might be evaluated. Due to their remote and isolated existence, they have had no contact with Islam. However, it is crucial to recognize that their spiritual beliefs and customs may vary significantly from those associated with Islam - would Allah condemn primitive indigenous tribes to hell for their constant nudity?