it was your nitpicking, not mine. and since you don't understand simple things, here is the clarification: if someone quotes tahawiyyah - and draws erroneous conclusions, it is only prudent to ask them whether they have read any of the commentaries. because commentaries explain the text - even your scholars local and 'regional' (btw they are synonyms. like 'me and myself') will have to defer to maydani or babarti. --- anyone who disagrees with what i have written (mainly translated from shuruh of jawharah) simply doesn't understand the issue. they need to still learn. and anyone who concurs with your understanding will be refuted. just words. tell us what are your primary sources and secondary and tertiary. just vague talk only proves that your claims are just vacuous. no one disputed this. don't know what you mean by this. using the will does not mean that ALlah ta'ala compels you to choose according to His own Will. this is the madh'hab of jabariyyah. and you simply don't understand the nuance. aameen.