You should now see the game of those who want to prevent people from taking this lesson under the control of a global gang, by overlooking the fact that the coronavirus epidemic, which has perplex the whole world, is a scourge of Allah (swt).
We are stunned when we hear statements like “A person died because he was not vaccinated.” or “A person got his vaccinations, so he survived death.” from some authorities. Such expressions are, Allah forbid, expressions that can lead a person to disbelief.
DOES FATE CHANGE?
Every individual and society has a fate. The death is unique and is by Allah’s qada (decree) and qadar (destiny). Since it is Allah who resurrects, giveth and kills people; He is the One who determines the fate.
The verses say, “We have decreed death among you. If We want to take you out, replace your kind and make you exist in a way that you don’t know, no one can get in front of us.” (Vakia 60/61) reveals this point.
As it is understood from the verses of the Qur’an, the fate can neither come before its time nor be delayed.
“For each community there is an appointed term. When their time arrives, they can neither delay it for a moment, nor could they advance it.” (Al-A’raf-34; Yunus-49)
“Allah never delays a soul when its appointed time comes. And Allah is Aware of what you do.” (Al-Munafiqun-11)
For two years, Allah (swt) has been keeping his servants living in fear and anxiety in his own property, in their homeland, where he has kept his servants living peacefully until today. Could this be anything other than a global calamity?
“We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives and fruits, but give good tidings to the patient.” (Al-Baqarah-155)
“And when they [i.e., those advised] forgot that by which they had been reminded, We saved those who had forbidden evil and seized those who wronged, with a wretched punishment, because they were defiantly disobeying.” (Al-A’raf-165)
“So We plagued them with floods, locusts, lice, frogs, and blood—all as clear signs, but they persisted in arrogance and were a wicked people.” (Al-A’raf-133)
“When our command came, we turned it upside down and rained down stones marked in the Lord’s presence on them in a downpour. Such punishments are never absent from the oppressors.” (Hud 82-83)
“And most of them do not believe in Allah without associating others with Him in worship. Do they feel secure that an overwhelming torment from Allah will not overtake them, or that the Hour will not take them by surprise when they least expect it?” (Yusuf-106-107)
“And Allah sets forth the example of a society which was safe and at ease, receiving its provision in abundance from all directions. But its people met Allah’s favours with ingratitude, so Allah made them taste the clutches of hunger and fear for their misdeeds.” (An-Nahl-112)
For one hundred and fifty years, Allah (swt) has been warning humanity with Spanish flu, chicken flu, swine flu, and today with the Coronavirus, earthquakes, floods and fires.
We take lessons from these calamities and do not take any steps that will change our course contrary to the order of Allah (swt).
The production, sale and drinking of alcoholic beverages still continues at full speed.
All kinds of transactions involving interest still continue at full speed.
The production and sale of cigarettes still continues at full speed.
The work of institutions and organizations that encourage all kinds of deviant relations still continues at full speed.
Official prostitution centers and brothels still continue their activities at full speed.
Producing and selling genetically modified products is still in full speed.
National and local halal products are still not produced instead of medicines and vaccines containing the additives of the animal, which Allah (swt) declared to be haram and najis.
A new order has still not been reached after the constitution and laws were cleared of foreign invasion.
The degenerations of clothing, weddings, and male-female relations still continue.
The education system, which destroyed our generations, still continues at full speed.
We cannot get rid of this trouble by wearing a mask, following social distance, physical cleaning, and especially with the vaccines that are presented to us under pressure without providing sufficient security for their contents. It seems that we will not be able to overcome the calamity at this rate.
Even if we cannot make these reforms as a society, we should make our Muslim account as individuals, remember our past mistakes and swear off nasuh repentance. (Nasuh repentance: repenting from a sin and not wanting to return to that sin again.) We must make a new roadmap for our future. We should pray for the Ummah. We must be the pioneers in rendering permanent services for the Ummah. If humanity continues to fail to learn a lesson on this day when Allah (swt) shows his wrath to all people, we should know that as a whole humanity, we must be ready for greater calamities, whether those who try to scare them with death and condemn them to vaccines, and those who fall into this trap.
May Allah (swt) grant us to stand firm in the straight line.
May He protect us from all kinds of calamities.
Dr. Hüseyin Kâmi Büyüközer