Making Bid'ah and/or using Al-Qadar as argument is resemblence to All-Mushrikeen

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Making Bid'ah and/or using Al-Qadar as argument is resemblence to All-Mushrikeen

There is no doubt that Al-Mushrikeen who denied Ar Rasool (SAAWS) fluctuated between Al-Bid'ah (the innovation in Ad-Deen) which opposes the legislation of Allah (SWT), and using Al-Qadar for argument to oppose the Command of Allah (AWJ). Thus, the aforementioned types of people have resemblance to the Mushrikeen; they either make Bid'ah, or use Al Qadar for argument, or combine the two matters as Allah Ta'aala has said about Al-Mushrikeen,

When they commit a disgraceful sin, they say: 'We found our fathers doing it, and Allah has commanded us to do so.' Say: 'Nay, Allah never commands what is disgraceful. Do you say of Allah what you know not?' [Al-A'raaf:29], and as He (AWJ) has also said concerning them,

Those who take partners (in Al-'Ibaadah) with Allah will say:'If Allah had willed, we would not have taken partners (in Al-'Ibaadah) with Him nor would our fathers, and we would not have had forbidden anything (against His will).' [Al-An'aam: 148]