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  1. In Islamic theology, Shaitan, also known as Iblis, is believed to be a fallen angel or jinn who defied Allah's command and refused to bow to Adam, the first human. This disobedience resulted in his expulsion from the presence of Allah and his becoming the embodiment of evil and temptation. Shaitan wRead more

    In Islamic theology, Shaitan, also known as Iblis, is believed to be a fallen angel or jinn who defied Allah’s command and refused to bow to Adam, the first human. This disobedience resulted in his expulsion from the presence of Allah and his becoming the embodiment of evil and temptation. Shaitan was granted respite until the Day of Judgment as a test for humanity, and his ultimate destiny is eternal punishment in Hell . Shaitan, also known as Iblis, is considered the enemy of Muslims and all of humanity in Islamic theology. He is a fallen angel or jinn who defied Allah’s command, and his mission is to lead people astray from the path of righteousness by whispering temptations and doubts. Muslims are taught to resist his influence by seeking refuge in Allah, reciting Quranic verses, and practicing self-discipline. The struggle against Shaitan’s temptations is a central part of the believer’s spiritual journey, aiming to attain Allah’s favor and avoid Hellfire.

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  1. Working on reconciliation is critical for peacebuilding and conflict prevention as it focuses on (re)building and transforming relationships damaged by violent conflict and oppression. Unless action is taken to repair harm resulting from past violence, and to work toward a fair and interdependent fuRead more

    Working on reconciliation is critical for peacebuilding and conflict prevention as it focuses on (re)building and transforming relationships damaged by violent conflict and oppression. Unless action is taken to repair harm resulting from past violence, and to work toward a fair and interdependent future, peace will remain elusive. What we can do is to make religious harmony between different stakeholders and bring them on a single universal platform which will maintain the representation from every sector in the society…and must excel above all differences.

     

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  1. Allah made Adam, gave him knowledge and free will and then obliged him to worship him, as it is mentioned in the Holy Quran: And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me.... (51:56)

    Allah made Adam, gave him knowledge and free will and then obliged him to worship him, as it is mentioned in the Holy Quran:

    And I did not create the jinn and mankind except to worship Me…. (51:56)

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