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      Bismillah, Alhamdulillah, wa sallallahu ^alarasulillah,


      Masha'Allahu Kan.. What does it mean?
      It means “Allah does whatever he wills".

      Allah has the Power to create what He eternally preordained by His Will. Nothing makes Allah powerless from doing that, nothing prevents Him from doing that, and He does not need the assistance of others. Allah said in Surat Hud verse 107:

      { و لو شاء الله ما اقتتلوا و لكن الله يفعل ما يريد }

      which means: Had Allah willed, they would not have fought one another, however, Allah does whatever He willed.

      “ Whatever Allah willed to be shall be and whatever Allah did not will to be shall not be “.

      This statement means that all what Allah willed to exist must exist in the time that Allah willed for it to exist. This equally includes the good, evil, obedience, disobedience, blasphemy and belief. What Allah did not will for it to exist shall not come into existence. It will not happen and will not occur.


      The Will of Allah is eternal, everlasting and does not change. The above statement is taken from the sayings of the prophet, sallallahu ^alayhi wa sallam. Abu Dawud narrated in his book <as-Sunan> that the Prophet taught this statement to his daughter:

      ما شاء الله كان و ما لم يشأ لم يكن

      “ Whatever Allah willed to be shall be and whatever Allah did not will to be shall not be “.

      This is also where the meaning of the saying la hawla wala quwata illa billah comes from. It comes from the same concept that nothing happens in this world except by the eternal knowledge, will and power of Allah. No one can do the good doings or no one can do the bad doings without the knowledge, will and power of Allah.

      La hawla wala quwata illa billah means:

      No one can evade sinning without the protection of Allah and no one has the strength to obey Allah without the help of Allah.

      Abu Ya^la narrated the explanation of this statement from the Messenger of Allah, salla-l-lahu ^alayhi wa sallam. It was confirmed that the Prophet urged to say it.

      Say it when in stress or despair, it benefits a lot.
      Ahmad G
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      One has to believe in al-Qadar whether good or evil. That is, all what comes to existence from good and evil is by Allah’s eternal decree.

      The good of the deeds of the slaves is by Allah’s decree, Love and blessing. The evil from the deeds of the slaves is by Allah’s decree and not Loved or blessed by Allah. The prophet, salla-l-lahu ^alayhi wa sallam, said: Al-’Iman is to believe in Allah, his angels, Books, messengers and the Hereafter. Also, to believe in al-Qadar whether good or evil [is from Allah] (narrated by Muslim).
      Ahmad G
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      Subhanallah, very true keep the good work up Ahmed G!!

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