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41 Years :: Polygyny :: India
Rasoolullah ﷺ said: “This world is just temporary conveniences, and the best comfort in...
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35 Years :: Polygyny :: Denmark
In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful. All the praises and thanks be to...
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42 Years :: Polygyny :: United Kingdom
I am a practicing muslim trying to better myself. I am kind and helpful. I am learning Arabic hope...
40 Years :: Polygyny :: Pakistan
I am a very practical ,honest, love able gentle man. want to do the second marriage while my first...
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45 Years :: Polygyny :: Canada
I am a practicing Muslim who is looking for a second wife. I am Islamically educated and consider...
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42 Years :: Polygyny :: Qatar
A practicing Muslim with religious, educated respective, good financial and political family...
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42 Years :: Polygyny :: Qatar
I am a simple decent person, religious, honest, respectful, i firmly believe in Allahtala...
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32 Years :: Polygyny :: Ghana
As'Salaamu Alaykum Warahmatul'laahi Wabarakatuh, I'm a practicing Muslim from Ghana...
40 Years :: Polygyny :: United Arab Emirates
A Medical Doctor, Newswriter / Columnist with interest in Muslim Affairs, Entrepreneur (Islamic...
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46 Years :: New Muslims :: United Arab Emirates
I am a practicing muslim,,,looking for a person who has FEAR in ALLAH. I am fond to be with and has...
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41 Years :: New Muslims :: Canada
i am a revert have been revert for 6 years my previous marriage didn't go well mostly i was...
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28 Years :: New Muslims :: India
I am reverted Muslim from India looking forward to spread the message of Islam, In Sha Allah. I...
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33 Years :: New Muslims :: India
Alhamdulillah i am a new revert, having accepted Islam in March,2019.I am a practicing Muslim and...
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25 Years :: New Muslims :: India
I am a new muslim and my family is aware of this except my father. I like traveling new places,...
39 Years :: New Muslims :: United Arab Emirates
I am practicingMuslim with a desire to help people,,i enjoy to saw them happy,,i believe that the...
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38 Years :: New Muslims :: Netherlands
I'm a practicing Muslim, who focuses on growth. I'm all but perfect and keen on learning....
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25 Years :: New Muslims :: United Kingdom
I am a single 25 year old British Indian from Birmingham United Kingdom whose parents are from the...
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34 Years :: New Muslims :: Netherlands
Iam a very religious committed Muslim man Iam going to be honest as i dont want to waste time. Iam...
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We test you with Evil and with good as a trial (Surah Anbiya, verse 35)

From the five pillars of Emaan, Qadar is one of them and many people understand Qadar as destiny. So believing in Qada and Qadar is a part of faith. In Islam, "predestination" is the usual English language rendering of a belief that Muslims call al-qaḍāʾ wa al-qadr. The phrase means "the divine decree and the predestination." Qada means, Allah has decided and written down everything that is going to happen, thousands of years before creating the world. This includes, even the gender of each child that is born, every leaf that falls, the landing place of every drop of rain  is recorded before Allah created the universe. Thus deciding of the entire creation’s acts is called Qada and from this root word we have the word ‘Qadi’ which means one who delivers a decision and the court where such decisions are given are known as ‘ Darul Qada.’ Therefore we believe that Allah has decided about each and everything that exists according to His supreme wisdom.

Allah has decided each thing as per his complete knowledge. He knows best who should he give wealth and who should be deprived of it. He has created everything in a right proportion and its distribution is also decided. This is known as Qadr. There the combined meaning of Qada and Qadr is called taqdeeer. The importance of believing in Taqdeer is found in many verses of Qur’an and Hadith e Jibrael. Allah sent Jibrael to teach the Muslims about Emaan and Taqdeer was a part of that lesson. The way we believe in the existence of Allah, His Messengers, His books, His Angels, The Day of Judgement, similarly, we are supposed to believe in Taqdeer too.

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A young Indian couple got married in Riyadh. The boy was brought up in Riyadh and the girl was a product of Mumbai's elite society. It was a beautifully paired couple when looks and personality were graded but soon things began to scramble down. The girl wrote to her mentor, a religious personality who also...