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Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume VII

Sayyid Saeed Akhtar Rizvi - Your Questions Answered - Volume VII

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Published by: Salman Book Centre on Sep 22, 2009
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What in your opinion is the Islamic view or philosophy on an individual's destiny?

Is there anything like destiny?

If there is, then by doing right can this destiny be changed?

Does this then not give no meaning to the word "Destiny"?

A: I am sending you by air mail a book of mine, Justice of God, which will make this topic


The verse 19 of the ch.43 says:
And they make into females angels who themselves serve Allah. Did they witness their
Their evidence will be recorded, and they will be called to account!
This verse is similar to the Hindu religious belief that their devtas were served by apsaras.
How does the Qur'an have a similar episode as per this verse?

A: The verse describes and refutes the polytheists'

belief that the angels were females.
What is your objection against this rebuttal. Or are you perturbed by the phrase, "who
themselves serve Allah"? If so, then the trouble is again with your translation.- The correct
translation is "who are the servants (or more correctly, slaves) of Allah", just as human
beings and jinns are the servants (or slaves) of Allah. So why worry?

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