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Now what the non Ahmadis try to do is say that Ahmad(as) said the marriage is Taqdir-e-Mubram and try to say the prophecies are unconditional since they say “we joined her in marriage to you” and “unmarried or as a widow” Firstly let us discuss taqdir-e-mubram. From the Qur’an and Ahadith it is clear that even taqdir-e-mubram is conditional. For example Muhammad(saw) has said “Pray Abundantly. For verily, prayer averts unchangeable decree(taqdir-e-mubram)(Kanzul Ummal) He also states, verily, charity averts an unchangeable degree (Raudhur Riyahain) He (saw) has also stated that “prayer is a fierce army from among the armies of Allah. It averts divine decree after it has become unchangeable (Firdausal Akhbar Dailmi).


The Qur’an further proves this point as well that even tadqir-e-mubram is based on repentance. Allah states:




Surely, Allah will not forgive that any partner be associated with Him; but He will forgive whatever is short of that to whomsoever He pleases. And whoso associates partners with Allah has indeed devised a very great sin.(Chapter 4 Verse 49)


Allah also states:




‘And ordain for us good in this world, as well as in the next; we have turned to Theewith repentance.’ God replied, ‘I will inflict My punishment on whom I will; but My mercy encompasses all things; so I will ordain it for those who act righteously, and pay the Zakat and those who believe in Our Signs —(Chapter 7 Verse 157)


It is clear from the Qur’an and Ahadith that Allah can indeed change anything if the person repents and Allah is indeed most merciful.