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From what i understand, It is clear that the verse says about choice of taking Amanah not choice of being Human or not. So the problem is, I can’t see the relation between the question and the verse Al-`Awfi reported that Ibn `Abbas said, "Al-Amanah means obedience. Tafsir Ibn Kathir From watching his video, I think Dr. Zakir Naik was trying to point ...


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The verse refers to the Amanah, and that is the responsibility of doing right and avoiding wrong. It means Allah offered the responsibility to Man, and Man accepted. The "Man" in this verse refers to either Adam (AS) or all humans in general like some scholars said. The question was not "do you want to be human" but rather "do you ...


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You may find the answer below or send UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) a message regarding this because they multiple cultural expert in a team to work on this. It's hard to have an answer by asking a question related to multiple religions on a single religion view. The articles also been reviewed by multiple ...


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My impression is there is no consensus in Islam about an anthropomorphic nature of Allah. If Allah is not anthropomorphic then the meaning of monotheism must be examined more deeply. Wikipedia says in respect to Islam: "God created...the universe governed by fixed laws that ensure the harmonious working of all things". If the most important ...


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It is evident reading the Quran that the Prophet Muhammadﷺ does not only speak in the name of God but that he is telling the Word of God as he has heard and understood it. Those who do not believe him will not accept this, saying it only testifies itself. But also the Torah testifies itself because it is the only ancient source stating that what is contained ...


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Many traditional African religions also knew One God. I know that East Africa, in particular Kenya, was monotheist before the arrival of Islam and Christianity. The name of God in Kenyan languages is still «Ngai». Nowadays, almost all Kenyans have converted to either Islam or Christianity so that the ways God had been perceived and worshipped there in former ...


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It is mentioned many times in the hadith of the Prophet SAW. Among the related hadiths, the Prophet SAW said: "The best ceremony is the one facing the Qibla." (Narrated by Al-Tabari in Tahzib al-Athar) In another hadith, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: "Indeed, for every thing there is glory, and the noblest of ...


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