This 30 minute autobiographical account charts how Tim Humble went from rebellious schoolchild of modernity to a seeker of (eternal) knowledge. He ends up studying at the Islamic University of Medina.
At 19:01: he talks about if God revealed a book – it would probably look and sound like the Qur’an.
“The “Destiny-Freewill paradox”… which basically goes like this:
 Factual observation: “Life is choice.” Death is the end of choice. Thus…
 Conclusion: Without choice there is no (meaningful) life. Making us “robots”.
 FALSE Assumption: Destiny and Choice are mutually exclusive (only one can exist)
 Fact/Definition: Islam requires the belief in Destiny. Thus…
 = + Conclusion based on FALSE Assumption : “Islam rejects Choice”.
 = + Misguided Conclusion: “Belief in Islam necessitates the rejection of Choice and therefore the belief in “Fatalism” (that humans are mere robots).”
Note that the whole conclusion  rests on the false assumption that Destiny and Choice are mutually exclusive, which is incorrect.