The Tunisian thinker Abdel-Fattah Morou said that human life is full of sedition, and that no one is kept away from that. The Qur’an decided that the universal law that never fails in God’s saying:
Morrow explained – in an interview to episode (1/5/2021) of the program “Sharia and Life in Ramadan” – that sedition is a language that is a mixing of conditions and a dispersion of mind, so that neither the picture, nor the fate, nor the way out of it is clear, and sedition is derived from sedition, and he is the son-in-law. Noble minerals to extract from impurities attached to it.
He added that the entire history of humanity is based on two points, a hoped-for goal and an effort expended, and the universe represents the relationship between this goal and that effort, and we saw how all the prophets made efforts to achieve their goals, and from the nature of the universe to have liver and fatigue, and God Almighty told us that in his saying. We created man in a liver. “
Morrow reviewed the temptations that the prophets were subjected to, starting with the father of mankind, Adam, peace be upon him, passing through Noah, Abraham, Jesus, Moses and all the prophets, all the way to our master Muhammad, may God bless him and grant him peace.
He stated that the affliction is a preparation for the best for leadership, and humanity has passed broad stages of progress in medicine, science and all aspects of life that it would not have overcome without the affliction, and then strive to explore the laws of the universe.
No favoritism … but faith and action
Morrow explained that God Almighty not only favors the believers for their belief in him, but rather they must work and strive and overcome obstacles, adding that if the world was favoritism, the believers would have been distinguished over others by not having diseases, earthquakes, plagues, or calamities for them.
He referred to the hadith of the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him: “The people are the most afflicted of the prophets, then the righteous, then the ideal and the optimal. A man will be afflicted according to his religion. On earth he has no sin. “
Morrow assured that faith does not protect its owner from testing and affliction in this world. If he succeeds in these exams, he will move to Heaven, where there are no trials or examinations.
He pointed out that the cosmic law of sedition applies to nations and groups as it applies to individuals, and the early Muslims avoided that by fusion and alliance and establishing the law of God and meeting on the Sunnah of the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him. Advertising
Morrow concluded by saying that one of the grace of God Almighty over the Islamic Ummah is that – despite the many tribulations it has been subjected to – it always remains alive, and it does not harm it if it is intended to harm it, as this is one of the Sunnahs of the universe.