Did God allow the crucifixion of Jesus (pbuh)?
They have designated a time to persecute the Jews at the last days of their fasting 18 to commemorate the days of crucifixion.
It is alleged that the disbelieving Jews helped the Roman soldiers to capture and crucify Jesus (pbuh), according to Christian belief (Matthew, 26:47-75). Were they obeying or disobeying God by doing so? If they were obeying God, then the Jews who crucified Christ (pbuh) deserve a reward from God for their obedience to Him, just like other faithful believers. In fact, nearly all Christians agree that the Jews were the greatest sinners among men and the worst creatures of God. They further curse them and would go to the extent of legally permitting the shedding of their blood.
They have designated a time to persecute the Jews at the last days of their fasting 18 to commemorate the days of crucifixion. Moreover, if those Jews were disobedient, could not God have prevented them from crucifying Christ (pbuh)? If God cannot do that, then He also cannot prevent Satan from oppressing the coming generations. If God could prevent the people from committing sins and He did not, then He can also stop Satan with no need for any scheme to deceive him, in order to do so.
On the other hand, if the act of crucifixion was approved by God, then it would be alright to give Satan the ability to oppress the children of Adam (pbuh) at any time, in the past and in the future – indeed at all times until the Day of Judgment. Therefore, there would have been no need for God to deceive Satan for indeed His plan is mightier than this cheap ploy.
Indeed, any rational person will recognize that the corruption that has come to Christianity is itself a calculated cheap trick to deceive mankind and thwart them from the truth. The truth is to believe in Allah, in His book - The Quran - in His prophet - Muhammad (pbuh) - and in His religion - Al-Islam. This is the only universal truth for all mankind.
Allah is just and does not order people to believe in absurdities or do something beyond their capabilities. It is most unfortunate that Christians continue to attribute unspeakable injustice to God. It is about time that they receive guidance and follow the religion of truth.