What Is The Armageddon?

Can you kindly explain the term Armageddon as i heard it in a program End of Time shown on a TV channel.

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Treatment Of Satan Worshipers

There are some worshipers of evil. If we meet someone like those people, how should we treat them? Should we treat them like we treat followers of other religions like for example Christians, Hindus etc.) or some other way? Can we be their friends?

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Why Did God Create Satan?

Why did God create Satan?

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Creation Of Satan

Why did God create Satan?

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Why Do Bad Things Happen To Good People?

Why does evil strike good people on a continuous basis? Is being dumb that big a fault? Why doesn't God intervene and help out people who He made dumb? It does not seem fair to me. Why does God allow an unfair world? I understand that this is a test in this world but how long a test should be? I've seen someone suffer all her life and I see no way in the future that her suffering will end? Why do some people never feel afraid that they are making someone feel miserable? Why doesn't God stop people from making her feel scared all her life?

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Evil Eye

I would request Mr Ghamidi to please take some time for me to reply in detail regarding the belief of evil eye. There is nothing written in the Qur’an about this belief yet the scholars here say that the last two suras are a cure or protection for all such effects.


1. I would like to know whether there is any sahih hadith which says that these suras are a cure or protection against such evil things?

2. I have read some hadith regarding this belief, but a few of them contradict the Quran whereas a few more contain substandard language. Consider the following ones for example:

Ibn 'Abbas reported Allah's Messenger (sws) as saying: The influence of an evil eye is a fact; if anything would precede the destiny it would be the influence of an evil eye, and when you are asked to take bath (as a cure) from the influence of an evil eye, you should take bath. (Book #026, Hadith #5427)

Whereas the holy Qur’an teaches us:

SAY: Nothing will happen to us except what Allah has decreed for us.

How is destiny preceded by Evil Eye?

Malik related to me from Ibn Shihab that Abu Umama b. Sahl b. Hunayf said: ''Amir b. Rabia saw Sahl b. Hunayf doing a ghusl (bath) and said: I have not seen the like of what I see today, not even the skin of a maiden who has never been out of doors. Sahl fell to the ground. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was approached and it was said: O Messenger of Allah, can you do anything about Sahl b. Hunayf? By Allah, he cannot raise his head. He said: Do you suspect anyone of it? They said: We suspect Amir b. Rabia. He continued: The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, summoned Amir and was furious with him and said: Why does one of you kill his brother? Why did you not say: May Allah bless you? Do ghusl (bath) for it. Amir washed his face, hands, elbows, knees, the end of his feet, and inside his lower garment in a vessel. Then he poured it over him, and Sahl went off with the people, and there was nothing wrong with him.
I feel these superstitions have taken us away from God and close to saints and peers etc who by various incantations fool people.
I have seen few videos where in you were questioned regarding such issues like Magic, Sehar but it seemed to me that you have not responded with clear arguments, which leave no space for doubt as you have done in other issues. I am sorry if I have hurt you with such words.
I feel this is a serious issue and to my understanding a kind of idoltry, as people think anyone can harm them with Evil Eye, magic, sihr. So they live in a state of fear of humans, one relative of mine fears to such extent that he prefers driving a scooter instead of bringing a car because of fear of the Evil EYE.
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Human Intellect And Knowledge Of Good And Evil

I read your answer on 'Economic System' wherein you asserted this principle: "It needs to be appreciated that man has been blessed with the faculty of intellect and reason and has also been blessed with innate guidance regarding good and evil. In the affairs of life, his intellect and innate guidance are generally enough to guide him and show him the way".

Of course you have learnt this principle from Mr Javed Ahmed Ghamidi. In this connection, I would like to ask how can reason and innate guidance determine good and bad; i.e. what is the rational or intuitive criterion to differentiate between good and evil?

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