Allah does not impose on any self any more than it can stand
Excerpt from Mr. Adnan Oktar's Live Interview on A9 TV dated October 4th, 2011
ADNAN OKTAR: Look, this verse here is a miracle. Surat al-Muminun, verse 62, [I seek refuge with Allah from the satan] Almighty Allah says; "We do not impose on any self any more than it can stand." Whereas the world is very much suited to such things; I mean very strange things far surpassing humanly endurance could happen. But no such thing ever happens, by the wisdom of Allah. Only things that people can endure take place. "With Us there is a Book which speaks the truth. They will not be wronged." [Surat al-Muminun; 63] Look; "With Us there is a Book which speaks the truth. They will not be wronged." Allah tells us how perfectly destiny has been created. That Book referred to is the destiny.
I seek refuge with Allah from the satan "However, their hearts are overwhelmed by ignorance about this matter and they do other things as well." Referring to Darwinism, materialism and other such discursive, incoherent beliefs.
[Surat al-Muminun; 64]"But then when We seize the affluent among them.." Generally speaking, leading members of such countries under capitalism, wild capitalism, people who are wealthy and arrogant do all they can to keep the key points of the state under their control, and usually succeed in doing this. "..with the punishment, they will suddenly start praying fervently." Allah describes the spirit and the language of wild capitalists who are forerunners of wild capitalism in the Qur'an.