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It is said that each time you say peace be upon the prophet of Islam, this message is transmitted to him, he hears it and he respond to your Salam. If potentially, thousands of Muslims are saying this at the same time, how this process would work ?

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This is not a question we have an answer for.

After death,you basically go to a completely different life.. which could not follow our mind-limited physical laws..

It's all from the knowledge of 'ghayb which we shouldn't put our noses in.

Just like asking " How can Jibreel have 600 wings ?" or " How can Allah talk to us all on the day of judgment simultaneously?"

This is a red line which you shouldnt cross.

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  • You just went from : this is not a question we have an answer for. To this is a red line which you shouldn't cross. – user3147619 Jun 19 at 10:23
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    If there is a Hadith saying that we shouldn't ask questions on ghayb, ok, but how can one determine what falls into ghayb and not. To me the prophet did travel at a bling of an eye speed using the buraq, but I feel comfortable wondering how such a device (bouraq) would work. Time travel, worm whole, etc... don't confuse wanting to know something for wanting to disbelief. – user3147619 Jun 19 at 10:26
  • As a Muslim I feel I have every right to ask questions. It's not the same as asking how can jibreel have 600 wings ? Why ? Because that's, a creation, and if there where in the Quran or Hadith something explaining how and why he got 600 wings then you got your answer. Tell me we doy have a religious backed explanation, don't tell me don't ask the question. – user3147619 Jun 19 at 10:31
  • Yes, you do have the right to ask questions. But it's just the fact that we have limits. We don't have the right to ask everything. A man asked Imam Malik (d. 179): "How did Allah make istiwa' on the throne?" Imam Malik inclined his head and was silent until the sweat of fever covered his brow, then he looked up and said: "Istiwa' is not unknown, the modality of it is inconceivable in the mind; but belief in it is obligatory, and inquiring about it is a heretical innovation. You are an innovator." And he gave orders for him to be taken out. – Abdullah Hatem Jun 19 at 15:54
  • I'm referencing this just so you don't think I'm exaggerating or so.. Imam Malik called him an " innovator " So don't try finding answers for these questions because they're from the shaitan and he wants to open for you a big door of suspicion in religion... and it probably won't stop at this point if you keep going on with these thoughts. I'm just giving advice brother :) I might have made mistakes or so but this is what I've learnt and Im just passing knowledge 🙂 – Abdullah Hatem Jun 19 at 16:03

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