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4th Sep '17 6:12:13 AM Kolsveinn
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** Well, leaving aside the fact that the Djinn in the Islamic religion are just another race of beings as capable of good and evil as humanity, Iblis/Shaytaan himself is neither impulsively evil nor powerful (he is prideful and disobedient and a hinderer of humanity, but he ultimately still worships God in his own way). His status in Islam is the exact same as it is in Judaism; God just created him to be an obstacle for humanity on the path to true faith through nudging humans towards evil inclinations but cannot actively influence or force outcomes except through subtle temptations, contrary to the Devil of Christianity who seems to be some kind of dark god. Iblis serves Allah's design like all other aspects of Creation. Also, he does not rule Hell (which in truth is an idea drawn from Paradise Lost rather than actual Abrahamic theology). That role is assigned to an Angel named Malek, who in turn governs Hell on the orders of the Almighty.

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** Well, leaving aside the fact that the Djinn in the Islamic religion are just another race of beings as capable of good and evil as humanity, Iblis/Shaytaan himself is neither impulsively evil nor powerful (he is prideful and disobedient and a hinderer of humanity, but he ultimately still worships God in his own way). His status in Islam is the exact same as it is in Judaism; God just created him to be an obstacle for humanity on the path to true faith through nudging humans towards evil inclinations but cannot actively influence or force outcomes except through subtle temptations, contrary to the Devil of Christianity who seems to be some kind of dark god. Iblis serves Allah's design like all other aspects of Creation. Also, he does not rule Hell (which in truth is an idea drawn from Paradise Lost rather than actual Abrahamic theology). That role is assigned to an Angel named Malek, Malek in Islam, who in turn governs Hell on the orders of the Almighty.
4th Sep '17 6:11:39 AM Kolsveinn
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** Well, leaving aside the fact that the Djinn in the Islamic religion are just another race of beings as capable of good and evil as humanity, Iblis/Shaytaan himself is neither impulsively evil nor powerful (he is prideful and disobedient and a hinderer of humanity, but he ultimately still worships God in his own way). His status in Islam is the exact same as it is in Judaism; God just created him to be an obstacle for humanity on the path to true faith through nudging humans towards evil inclinations but cannot actively influence or force outcomes except through subtle inclination, contrary to the Devil of Christianity who seems to be some kind of dark god. Iblis serves Allah's design like all other aspects of Creation. Also, he does not rule Hell (which in truth is an idea drawn from Paradise Lost rather than actual Abrahamic theology). That role is assigned to an Angel named Malek, who in turn governs Hell on the orders of the Almighty.

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** Well, leaving aside the fact that the Djinn in the Islamic religion are just another race of beings as capable of good and evil as humanity, Iblis/Shaytaan himself is neither impulsively evil nor powerful (he is prideful and disobedient and a hinderer of humanity, but he ultimately still worships God in his own way). His status in Islam is the exact same as it is in Judaism; God just created him to be an obstacle for humanity on the path to true faith through nudging humans towards evil inclinations but cannot actively influence or force outcomes except through subtle inclination, temptations, contrary to the Devil of Christianity who seems to be some kind of dark god. Iblis serves Allah's design like all other aspects of Creation. Also, he does not rule Hell (which in truth is an idea drawn from Paradise Lost rather than actual Abrahamic theology). That role is assigned to an Angel named Malek, who in turn governs Hell on the orders of the Almighty.
4th Sep '17 6:10:50 AM Kolsveinn
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Now mind you this is really more of a shot in the dark, but in my limited knowledge of the Muslim religion, but I'm pretty sure Iblis was a Djinn and in the first two films, the DJinn seemed to have a sort hierarchy to the other Djinn and was the most evil out of them and seemed to be the ruler of the Hell like dimension the Djinn dwell in.

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Now mind you this is really more of a shot in the dark, but in my limited knowledge of the Muslim religion, but I'm pretty sure Iblis was a Djinn and in the first two films, the DJinn seemed to have a sort hierarchy to the other Djinn and was the most evil out of them and seemed to be the ruler of the Hell like dimension the Djinn dwell in.in.
** Well, leaving aside the fact that the Djinn in the Islamic religion are just another race of beings as capable of good and evil as humanity, Iblis/Shaytaan himself is neither impulsively evil nor powerful (he is prideful and disobedient and a hinderer of humanity, but he ultimately still worships God in his own way). His status in Islam is the exact same as it is in Judaism; God just created him to be an obstacle for humanity on the path to true faith through nudging humans towards evil inclinations but cannot actively influence or force outcomes except through subtle inclination, contrary to the Devil of Christianity who seems to be some kind of dark god. Iblis serves Allah's design like all other aspects of Creation. Also, he does not rule Hell (which in truth is an idea drawn from Paradise Lost rather than actual Abrahamic theology). That role is assigned to an Angel named Malek, who in turn governs Hell on the orders of the Almighty.
22nd May '14 8:25:42 AM Beast
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[[WMG: The Djinn in the first two films is Iblis]]
Now mind you this is really more of a shot in the dark, but in my limited knowledge of the Muslim religion, but I'm pretty sure Iblis was a Djinn and in the first two films, the DJinn seemed to have a sort hierarchy to the other Djinn and was the most evil out of them and seemed to be the ruler of the Hell like dimension the Djinn dwell in.
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