Eliyas Explains: Why Does Allah Let Bad Things Happen?

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‘You can’t explain these concepts to children better than this!’ -Shaykh Ibrahim Nun

For anyone who wants to understand why bad things - like the situation in Palestine – happen. And for those who want to learn to trust in Allah and cope with their own trials and tribulations with peace of mind and great expectations.

Eliyas explains why bad things are allowed to happen, including explanations of Qadr, free will, and the benefits of trials, then leads journalers through a series of thought-provoking prompts,

engaging children in reflective acts to further enhance their ability to grasp these concepts and explain more along the way!

Ages 7+

Paperback 76 pages

13 x 20cm

Author: Zanib Mian

Publisher: Muslim Children Books

In Eliyas’ words:

When something terrible happens, do you find yourself wondering why Allah let it happen? I mean He could stop it if He wanted to, right?! Do you find it hard to cope when bad things happen to you? And do you wonder why people can do evil things? Why didn’t Allah just make us all good? Then this book is for you!

Includes:

Doodling, decoding, writing, reflecting, solving, drawing, sticking and definitely lots of laughing!

This is how my mum describes it to adults:

Eliyas explains why bad things are allowed to happen, including explanations of Qadr, free will, and the benefits of trials, then leads journalers through a series of thought-provoking prompts,

engaging children in reflective acts to further enhance their ability to grasp these concepts and explain more along the way!