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RE:To Shakeel: Why does Allah wait for judgement day?

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in response to reader comment: To Shakeel: Why does Allah wait for judgement day?

Submitted by shakeel (Pakistan), Jun 17, 2007 at 17:24

Hello Plato,

Please read in one of my previous posts.

You are free to believe in anything and no Muslim is allowed to force you to convert to Islam or force you to pay tax or humiliate you because you are non-Muslim.

All this is because, no Muslim can do Itmam-ul-Hujja, only Rasool can do it and he too does it with the power of God.

If God would let the wrong-doers go unpunished and unhumiliated then it would be injustice with those who are righteous. God humiliated His creature because He is just and good and bad are not same in His eyes.

What you are demanding is that God shouldn't be punishing the wrong-doers and should be treating them same way like those who are righteous. Please rethink it.

Thank you


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