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First off, the murder of Aqsa Parvez was a very disturbing story that I had somehow missed.
Beyond that, though, how does one “know the will of Allah”?
Any thoughts on this? Though, in fact, I suppose most believers pick and choose what part of scripture they accept and what they ignore, don’t they?