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In the name of Allah, the Most

Gracious, the Most Merciful


Miracles of Knowledge Found in the
Noble Qur’an and The Teachings of
Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)

Dr. Zaid Kasim Ghazzawi


Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering
University of Surrey - England
Understanding Fate and
Kismet from The Noble
Qur’an
The Incorrect Understanding of Fate and Kismet
 Allah (God) Almighty knows whether you are
inclined to do good or evil
 Many people understood from this that your life is
predestined (i.e. that in a specific moment at a specific
place you are destined to do a certain thing)
 This means that your life is running according to a
program

Allah (God) does not command what is evil

?Thus how did the Almighty command you to do evil


What is the Responsibility
that Allah (God) Almighty
bestowed upon People?
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

Truly, Allah (God) did offer Al­Amânah (The


responsibility) to the heavens and the earth,
and the mountains, but they declined to bear
it and were afraid of it. But man bore it. Verily,
he was unjust (to himself) and ignorant (of its
results)
The Noble Qur’an (33: 72)

The responsibility that


Allah (God) offered to Was the ability to make
His creation decisions and to bear their
consequences
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

And indeed Allah (God) has honored the


Children of Adam, and carried them on land
and sea, and has provided them with At-
Taiyibât (lawful good things), and has
preferred them above many of those whom
Allah (God) has created with a marked
preference.
The Noble Qur’an (17: 70)
How did Allah (God) prefer
people to other creatures? By giving them the ability to make
decisions

Such that a person can have the reward given to prophets if he


or she makes decisions pleasing to Allah (God) Almighty
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

Then Allah (God) made you follow after them,


generations after generations in the land, that
Allah (God) might see how you would work!
The Noble Qur’an (10: 14)

The implications of
giving people the ability
to make decisions is:
That the final outcome is not
pre-written but is made
according to the decisions a
person makes in his or her life
Question:
How does Allah (God) Almighty
know whether a person is inclined to
do good or evil?

The answer can be known upon pondering


upon the verses of the Noble Qur’an
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful
They will say: "Our Lord! You have made us to die
twice, and You have given us life twice Now we
confess our sins, then is there any way to get out (of
the Fire)?"
The Noble Qur’an (40: 11)
Die twice People know the death at the end of this
life, so what is the second death stated in
the Qur’anic verse?

The first death is the death of the Allah (God) Almighty tested the
souls Allah (God) Almighty souls of humans prior to their
created prior to the creation of integration into the bodies that will
the physical bodies of humans contain them. And from this test
Allah (God) knew whether a person
is inclined to do good or evil
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

And (remember) when your Lord brought forth from


the Children of Adam, from their loins, their seed and
made them testify as to themselves (saying): "Am I
not your Lord?" They said: "Yes! We testify," lest you
should say on the Day of Resurrection: "Verily, we
have been unaware of this."
The Noble Qur’an (7: 172)
Allah (God) Almighty made
the souls to testify that Allah
(God) is their Lord
This means that the soul of a
person thinks, ponders, and
remembers
This is the Scientific Mechanism by
which Allah (God) Almighty knows
Whether a Person is inclined to do
Good or Evil
Second Life (Spiritual and
First Life (Spiritual)
(Physical
A Spiritual Test Spiritual and Physical Exam
(Result 1) (Result 2)

Heaven or Hell
Examples from The
Noble Qur’an
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

80. "And as for the boy, his parents were believers,


and we feared lest he should oppress them by
rebellion and disbelief.
81. "So we intended that their Lord should change
him for them for one better in righteousness and near
to mercy.
The Noble Qur’an (18: 80-81)

Why did Allah (God) Almighty state 1. Allah (God) Almighty teaches us from this
that He and the righteous servant that the final outcome (Heaven or Hell) is not
feared that the boy would oppress his prewritten, because if it was prewritten Allah
parents by rebellion and disbelief? (God) would not have used the word (feared)

2. The manner by which Allah (God)


Almighty knew that the boy would be closer
to disbelief is by the result of the spiritual
test of the soul of the boy prior to this life
In The Name of Allah (God) The Most Compassionate The Most Merciful

"It may be that your Lord may show mercy unto you,
but if you return, Allah (God) shall return (to Our
Punishment). And Allah (God) has made Hell a prison
for the disbelievers.
The Noble Qur’an (17: 8)

Another proof from the book of Allah Allah (God) states that if the Jews would
(God) which testifies that the final refrain from doing the deeds displeasing to
outcome of a person (i.e. Heaven or Allah (God) then He would stop their
Hell) is not predetermined. punishment in this life.

Thus the final outcome (Heaven or Hell) is


not prewritten but is made by the decisions
people take in this life.
The Truth Regarding Fate and Kismet

A person is predestined in four matters and


has the freewill in all other matters

A person is predestined in life, death,


sickness, and health

Has the freewill in all other matters


Dr. Zaid Kasim Ghazzawi

E-mail:zaidquran@yahoo.com

Website:www.quran-miracle.com