عنوان مقاله [English]
In general, there are two perspectives on the effect of human acts on the natural disasters occurrence; some people regard natural events as the result of the humans' actions and sins, and others calls for nature and divine destiny. Both groups refer to Qur'an verses. This article using descriptive-analytical and library methodology attempts to analyze these opinions by explaining a set of verses that can be referred in these two perspectives and provides reliable analysis.
The results of the study show natural disasters are an inevitable evil of the creation system and it can not necessarily be attributed to the degradation and sinfulness of the affected people of that region, but the aspect of their affliction and experimentation is always overcome. However, the "impact" of general human performance in "expedient" way is approvable on the occurrence or frequency of certain events, and the possibility of preventing natural disasters. Also, it is possible that these disasters act as punishment for some people.