Tuesday, May 23, 2017
News Code : 348215 | Publish Date :2017/1/12 - 11:19 | Category: ARTICLES

Allah is Just
The Almighty Allah is Just and Righteous, for justice is one of the attributes of perfection."Whatever benefit comes to you (O man!), it is from Allah, and whatever misfortune befalls you, it is from yourself..(۴:۷۹)."

Hawzah News Agency-  The Almighty Allah is Just and Righteous, for justice is one of the attributes of perfection. Allah possesses all attributes of perfection. He, in His words, has repeatedly praised justice and has reproached injustice and cruelty. He commands people to do justice and prohibits them from injustice. How would it be possible for Allah to possess attributes that He considers indecent or to lack whatever He considers good and decent?
 

The Almighty Allah states:
 

"Surely Allah does not do injustice to the weight of a particle...(4:40)."
 

He also states:
 

"...And your Lord does not deal unjustly with anyone (18:49)."
 

Allah states:
 

"...And Allah does not desire injustice for (His) servants (40:31)."
 

He also states:
 

"Whatever benefit comes to you (O man !), it is from Allah, and whatever misfortune befalls you, it is from yourself..(4:79)."
 

Allah also states:
 

"Who made good everything that He has created...(32:7)."
 

Thus, any phenomenon, in itself, has been created in an extremely proper manner. Any hideousness, injustice, deficiencies, or shortcomings that are seen in some creatures can only be experienced by way of comparison and in relationship with other beings. For example, snakes and scorpions are evil and unjust in their relation to man. When compared with flowers, thorns are not so beautiful, but they are all, in their own right, wonderful and thoroughly beautiful creatures.
 

Indeed the Almighty Allah declares some of man's voluntary deeds religiously bad and evil and orders man to refrain from doing them. They include sins such as polytheism, disobedience of parents, killing the innocent, drinking alcoholic beverages, gambling, and any other acts which are against religious obligations.
 

These kinds of actions, which are called sins, are evil acts and are not attributed to Allah because they bear the title of opposition to and rejection of obligation (title of negation). If these acts are willingly performed by religiously obligated people, then they will be attributed to these people, thus making them responsible and subject to punishment.

 

Reference:
Allamah Sayyid Muhammad Husayn Tabatabai, Islamic Teachings in Brief, Published by
Ansariyan Publications - Qom 

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