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Everything happens according to Allah's will. When I make dua I asks Allah to do something according to my wish, however Allah is free to accept this dua or to ignore it. As a Muslim I will be satisfied with whatever Allah does. The point of making Dua is firstly to express my devotion and reliance to Allah and secondly because I will make effort even if ...


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MY VIEW Dua(Pray) is like request . It depends on Allah to accept it or not . And there is a fix time for the acceptence of every pray(Dua). Well to think in that way that How Allah decides is not under our capabilities.Even if we try we can't . And one more our non accepted prayers will be added in our good deeds at the Day Of Result


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Worship is not done for skill in a cricket game. Both teams can worship and they will be rewarded or punished for their actions. However, worshipping or duas do not guarantee what you request I mean imagine worshipping or making dua for the utmost happiness, money or whatever and getting it just like that. You can be rewarded for your dua and worship in the ...


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First of all how did you know that these parts of the world have no Muslims ? or at leas some that knows about Islam ? (you are just assuming without any facts) especially that today communication methods are easily and in everyone's hand. Second, ALLAH will only ask people who received Islam in a way or another and didn't believe, the ones who didn't reach ...


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First of all islam is sent for the whole humanity, And We have not sent you, [O Muhammad], except as a mercy to the worlds. (Al-Anbya 21:107, https://quran.com/21/107) ... Every Prophet used to be sent to his nation only but I have been sent to all mankind. (Sahih Bukhari, https://sunnah.com/bukhari/7) What about other people that you think never ...


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No. G-d does not become angry when you sin. In fact, G-d does not have emotions. G-d is transcendental. In his commentary on Aristotle’s Ethics, Arab philosopher Abu Nasr al-Farabi wrote that the notion of life after death is plainly wrong: “senseless ravings and old wives’ tales.” Similarly, the highly respected Arab philosopher Averroes criticizes his ...


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