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For this reason, upon hearing such slander, lies, or negative news about those who have faith in Allah, people who are unaware of the truth at least have to think positively. By providing an event as an example, Allah warns Muslims not to be deceived when faced with such situations. " T he Qur'an brings the easiest and most comfortable lifestyle, one that encompasses the most perfect moral and social structure. But the essence of religious morality relies on a heartfelt submission to Allah, scrupulous obedience to His commands, and awareness that He holds everything in His will and control.
Qur'an, 51:38-39) Being a "liar" is another slander made up against believers throughout history. (Qur'an, 7:66 and Qur'an, 11:27) History shows that such slander has always been hurled against believers in an attempt to blacken their names and to cause people to doubt their words. For this reason, upon hearing such slander, lies, or negative news about those who have faith in Allah, people who are unaware of the truth at least have to think positively. By providing an event as an example, Allah warns Muslims not to be deceived when faced with such situations.
Those whom you call upon besides Allah are not able to create even a single fly, even if they were to join together to do it. And if a fly steals something from them, they cannot get it back. How feeble are both the seeker and the sought! (Qur'an, 22:73) As the verse maintains, both the person or thing from whom help is sought and the person who adheres to such false deities as sources of guidance are all weak and helpless. Another verse relates this fact, as follows: They have taken deities besides Allah so that perhaps they may be helped.