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Of course, as Muslims, we believe nothing is without purpose. But what is the purpose of creating soooo many lifeless, uninhabited planets? We know that rocks are alive since they talked to Rasulullah so are atoms and planets are also alive in a way we don’t know and do they communicate with Allah? Why did God create animals? They aren’t as smart as us and are not as conscious, some of the animals do very disgusting things. If it’s for them to worship God then how do animals pray to God, is it simply through going about their daily lives? What about plants or insects? What about parasites , viruses or the filarial nematode illness Onchocercosis, which is second most common infective cause of blindness in the world? What about the notorious “vestigial organs” such as the bottom of the spine, male breasts or the forscin (excuse my language) which we have to cut after God has created it? Do these have a purpose or did they once have a purpose and now they are redundant? Jazakumullahu Khayran
Salam alykom I posted a question on yahoo answers earlier this week asking non-muslims if they think whether eating omnivore animals like pigs is morally right or not. One response I got was from one person asking the difference between eating fish and pigs if they are both considered omnivores? He claimed that fish are not only omnivores but as well and will eat anything including dead human flesh. Now I am aware that not everything in the sea is halal, and that in order for a fish to be considered halal, it must have scales. However even those that do have scales end up eating worms if you feed them and of course worms are considered najis. So how are we permitted to eat fish if their food is impure? Any ideas on how I can reply to him. Here is a link to the question. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=AtMKHwiVec3.y4xKbNs8DkLty6IX;_ylv=3?qid=20130202205536AAC1f73 Below is what the guy responded. "When I was a lad, my daddy used to take me fishing. I was asked to take a nasty, slimy earthworm, impale it on a hook and use it to catch a fish. Fish are omnivores, and will eat other fish (cannibalism) and vermin like worms and insects. Some will even eat dead things, including dead human bodies. Fish can carry parasitic tapeworms that can infect people... In my mind, I cannot get over those things and nothing in the world can make me eat fish. So, as a Muslim, do you feel the same way I do towards fish?" fi aman illah
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