Regarding Allaah's Masheeah (Will) and saying "Inshaa-Allaah" (If Allaah wills)
Is it correct to refer to Allaah's Will and say "Inshaa-Allaah" when referring to sins or bad things that one expects to happen in the future? For example, would it be correct to say "Inshaa-Allaah" with statements like:
1) "People will distort that fatwa and use it as an excuse to sin..."
2) "If parents don't take the time to teach their kids, then generations later people will stop praying..."
Wa alaykum as Salaam wa RahmatulLaahi wa barakatu,
I have a question regarding saying; (saw),wr wb or (swt). I wanted to know why one cannot say that...because someone maybe saying it out loud when saying that and also another person understand what it means and Allaahu alam.
Jazakhallaah khayran...I'd really like if you could clarify for me because I didn't understand when you spoke about it.