Alfiyyah online dating
The Arabic expression is even more derisive and hard-hitting than the English equivalent. ’ Something that makes no sense to the mind, or to the heart, can only be adopted if it was personally witnessed, so the final, conclusive, statement in this exchange is, ‘did they witness their creation? If people are not moved by clear arguments, they might be moved by a look at the consequences.
‘Their evidence shall be written down and they shall be questioned.’ In matters of belief the Qur’an urges people to reflect on reality and reach conclusions that are sound.
It is often useful to interpreting a verse to look at the context in which the verse is mentioned. has He taken daughters to Himself of what He Himself creates and chosen you to have sons?
‘Yet they attribute to some of His servants a share with Him (in his godhead)! And if one of them hath tidings of that which he likeneth to the Beneficent One, his countenance becometh black and he is full of inward rage.
Incorrect conclusions are shown to be wrong with a variety of arguments.
Different people are moved by different things, the various arguments employed are intended to move everyone with what is appropriate for them.
They were also not deemed strong enough in traditional societies to stand up and fight against injustice.
Unfortunate i have no knowledge of the arabic language ( since i am a Dutch convert to islam ) , and i really wonder if this is true interpretation and intented meaning of this verse. ABdel Haleem i read his footnote on this verse that it only mentions the view “of the pre-islamic arabs” on women.Yet in the name of this senseless, proof-less belief they fight reason when it comes to them and hold their heads up in pride.People who are proud are hard to convince through ration, but their emotions can certainly be stirred.Are these daughters a physical part of Him that has detached itself when He gave birth to them?This is impossible as it leads to the conclusion that God actually has parts, and is therefore subject to space and time.