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Nayab
05-17-2011, 08:45 AM
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Allah SWT test those whom he loves but where lies the difference between Allah's test and his "Azmaish".
And what is Azmaish in Islam?
Considering an example of a sister whose life was spend in hardships, problems from in-laws, her husband abandoning her and married someone else? And yet she remains devoted to him and her children?
How should one see it? As his test or "Allah ki narazgi?"

JazakAllah....
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Innocent Soul
05-17-2011, 09:03 AM
I think sis you forgot that this is general section and no one here knows urdu. So I'll translate the urdu words :D.

Originally Posted by Nayab
difference between Allah's test and his "Azmaish".
And what is Azmaish in Islam?
Azmaish means trial. It means you are asking the difference between Allah's test and trial?

Originally Posted by Nayab
As his test or "Allah ki narazgi?"
As his test or his anger.
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Nayab
05-17-2011, 09:41 AM
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hehe...well JazakAllah sister!
i thought "azmaish" is a general term that ppl would know.traslating to trail honestly didnt hit me at the time i was typing :embarrass

Originally Posted by Safiya 1
As his test or his anger
i was actually looking for this. Any help......
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tigerkhan
05-17-2011, 03:03 PM
see this thread. and read the posts carefully. it has alhumdulliah clear my mind to very extent bcz i was also in same confusion as u.
http://www.islamicboard.com/showthre...86#post1436986
i hope it helps esp posts from sister flame.
also i ur case its seems more close to test bcz u are not doing any wrong and just bearing for sake of allah swt. my case was diffrent in the sense bcz due to hardships my eman is getting weak day by day and i am feeling i am getting far from Allah swt. so i was confused may be allah swt is angry with me bcz He is pushing me away from HIM.
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