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Idtirar

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    Idtirar

    Term meaning compulsion or coercion by means of physical rather than moral power. A theological expression used in connection with human actions carried out under compulsion and those carried out of free choice (ikhtiyar). The majority of Sunnis accept that all human actions, whether acquired skills (such as writing) or involuntary motions (such as breathing), are ultimately created by God.

    See also Jabr

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