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I WANT TO ASK about God power is he can do or did any thing against law of Islam or Quran. Is he can do today or tomorrow. IS HE is above the law/Quran or beneath the law.

asked 83 sani5544's gravatar image

if killing innocent people is against the law/koran. then allah can go against his own law/koran. there are many examples of allah killing innocent people. often in brutal ways.

(Aug 25 '13 at 19:12) abul rauf abul%20rauf's gravatar image

It is he who gives life can take it. And it is appalling to question he who knows best. Really mike don't you understand that this life will end for all those conceived to prove to be only a breath , a mist, for what's to come, how soon Forever arrives. Salam

(Aug 26 '13 at 02:10) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image

there is no forever. ah, the lord giveth and the lord taketh away. so that is a yes then. god is above the law. so i'm right. is that what you are saying?

(Aug 26 '13 at 11:44) abul rauf abul%20rauf's gravatar image

There is a detail portion of Laws in Qur'an and Allah (S.W.T) himself made these Laws for human beings. And there is no question of "Can do" for Allah (S.W.T), of course Allah (S.W.T) is able to do all things but it is his authority to do something or not.

answered 1.2k16 believer's gravatar image

inn Allaha Ala kulli shai in Qadir This is The Verse of Holy Quran,it means" No doubt only Allah is able to do all things(35:1)

answered 73210 Light's gravatar image

But this Verse is for lawful things not for against law I ask for Is he can do anything against shariah/Quran?

answered 83 sani5544's gravatar image

Ask yourself ... Is Allah subhana WA ta'ala a dictator???

(May 10 '13 at 01:37) sadie ♦ sadie's gravatar image

its his own religion which he made for us, so why you think he will do something against Shariah/Quran?

answered 97218 TeenMuslim's gravatar image

In the name of Allah, the Most Kind, the Most Merciful

Allah can do anything. Just because He has the ability do a thing, does not mean that He will do it.

He could have taken a son if He wanted. However, He is above taking a son. It does not befit his majesty to take a son or to do injustice.

Allah knows best.

answered 281 iamamuslim's gravatar image

Yes! you can read the story on surah el kahf (18:53-82) when Moses(pbuh) met a person known as Al-khidr that Allah described him "a servant from among our servants to whom We had given mercy from Us and had taught him from Us a (certain) knowledge."(18:65)

that is mean he have special/advanced/future knowledge related to mercy. Moses met him to learn from his knowledge.

So in his trip with Moses, he did 2 things against shariah/law and 1 thing against logic but the reasons are related to mercy. 1st thing he did against the law; he break(tore it open) the ship!! but why? because there was a pirate/king who is coming after them who seized every ship by force.. and if the ship is defected then it won't be stolen by the pirate/king. and 2nd thing he did against law; he killed a young boy.. because by Allah's knowledge he knew that if he grew up he was going to be disbeliever and transgressor so God willed to substitute him for his parents(pious parents) with another boy/son who will better than him in pity and mercy. And finally after they asked some people for food, they refused to offer them hospitality.. so they found a wall about to collapse so(against logic) he restored it!! why? because it belonged to two orphan boys and there was beneath it a treasure for them, and their father was pious so Allah willed that they reach maturity and extract their treasure, as a mercy from the Lord.

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