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where is the principle of reward and penalty?

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in response to reader comment: Noha: Allah is easy to understand. The Koran says so

Submitted by Noha Yousri (Egypt), Apr 18, 2008 at 17:39

Plato, try to understand something: if the unfairness is not penalized, how can we live? Think of putting yourself a system to this earth, tell me of your plans. And I insist that you try to think about it. If you have learned something in robotics, I would be able to draw an example, but i do not know your background.

if you want to compare to the principles brought by prophet Jesus, it is ok, he also called for forgiveness but he warned people about making God angry? is it true or not? and why did God in the old testament punishes the Jews who transgressed? Is He not the same one as in the new testament?

yes God shall burn in hell fire whoever transgressed, whoever have been given a message from God and didnot act accordingly. Those are different from the people of the holy book : Jews and Christians (those are treated differently, the true ones who beleived in God).

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