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Is death time predestined or can it be extended by supplication?

Nothing extends or reduces one's lifespan, regardless. This is the opinion that scholars mostly agree upon that when one's time is up, it will not be delayed, as Prophet Nūh ﷺ told his people: ...
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Did Allah know that, in the future, my friend was going to struggle for her past sins?

Your main question seems to be whether Allah knows the future or not, and the simple answer to that is, of course, yes He does. Allah says in the Qur'an Allah - there is no deity except Him, the ...
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How can I love a Creator who causes me pain and grief?

The analogies presented by Hamza islam are pretty good. But, I would like to present a couple of verses which I hope would help you understand, without pain. For his sake there are angels following ...
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Did Allah arrange or choose what type of life we would have?

Predestination (قدر "qadar") in Islam is one of the six articles of faith necessary to be a Muslim. Indeed, all things We created with predestination. Qur'an 54:49 And yes, there is a ...
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Can I marry a person I won't be able to marry in first place if I make du'a?

As for the fact that du'a can turn back the qadr or qada'a of Allah we have a couple of evidences: And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me - indeed I am near. I respond to the ...
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Is your fate sealed in the Preserved Tablet?

Yes. It's written in Lauhul Mahfudz. Regarding this worldly life, if we are destined to do something then we automatically will get in the situation, and intend to do it, and it's easy to do it. ...
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Is there an „Eternal Decree“ in the Preserved Tablet?

Answering your question whether the Preserved Tablet reaches beyond the Last Day. You already cite the most important source He said: Write what was decreed about everything till the Last Hour comes. ...
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How to understand the „doubling“ of a word in Quran linguistically?

In Arabic repeating a word is simply a confirmation or an emphasized confirmation that intents to clear any doubt about the importance of what is said or to make clear that this is meant and nothing ...
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To give estimation for when work will be done

Wasak wr wb, In the Agile methodology, your project is divided into sprints. Depending on the phase of the project, different members of the team will participate in the project. As a developer, I ...
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Islamic view of Qadar and freewill

We have free will. Thus, we are responsible for our actions. Utterances like whether Allah has written our destiny are potentially misleading. Just because He has written it does not mean that He has ...
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Are people lazy because they are destined to be lazy?

Some people are lazy. whether it's by their nature and they did not change it , or if they just like becoming so. They have choice. According to the hadith , it is affirming that Allah knows the ...
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Does marriage happen by fate or it completely depends on our decision?

Yes there's fate and Allah's will as stated in the Quran in many verses like 54:49, but this doesn't mean that we are prohibited from taking decisions or making decisions on doing our best to follow ...
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Does marriage happen by fate or it completely depends on our decision?

Dear Nadia , Everything happens by fate. its gonna be your fate that you will find the right person or it will be your fate that you will say yes to some proposal. it is your fate that you haven't ...
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How is free will in humans logically justified?

For me the answer to this question is made of three parts: Knowledge of something happening has no effect on what is to happen e.g. I see two cars coming straight towards one another. I know they ...
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Can we change our destiny by "dua"?

Yes, duas affect the future: "And when My servants ask you, [O Muhammad], concerning Me—indeed I am near. I respond to the invocation of every supplicant when he calls upon Me..." (2:186) ...
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Do all worldly situations arise by the will of Allah alone? Or are some things happening by the will of others e.g. Shaitan?

There are two types of thing happening in this world. One, that is controlled by God directly and noone has any control over them except Him. Others are what happens through actions of humans under ...
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How does Fate as per god's will and a persons amaal exist together?

Firstly the two points are completely disconnected: A 'thing' and a 'human' are two different topics. It is a comparison as if you wrote a piece of code on a web application and someone comes and asks ...
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In Shiite school of thought, how is the conflict between free will and determinism resolved?

Verily, mankind and Jinn are given 'free will' to do anything they liked. But to do a good thing out of that anything, we need Allah's guidance. You can be guided only if you wish to be guided. But ...

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