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[LISTEN] Ml Sulaiman Moola: “Tie Your Camel, But Don’t Strangle It.”

Jun 01, 2021

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Faizel Patel – 01/06/2021

(Twitter: @FaizelPatel143)

Esteemed Islamic scholar Ml Sulaiman Moola says among the many pristine teachings of Islam is that it impresses upon its followers the adoption of precaution.

Ml Moola was rendering some advices on taking precautions about any calamity that may befall person but not withstanding the fact that Allah is the only one that can decree the demise or death of a person.

Ml Moola says Islam is a very calculated and responsible religion.

“But coupled with that, Islam equally alerts us that the adoption or precaution cannot alter destiny in anyway.”

Ml Moola says Hazrat Ali (RA) said he cannot die on the day on which his death has not been decreed, but on the day that Allah has decreed his death, he simply cannot live.

 

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