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Why is it believed that a Muslim will eventually get out of hell?

The belief that all Muslims (who are believers) will leave Hell is a belief agreed upon in Sunni Islam. This is in contrast to the Mutazilah and the Khawarij who believed that Muslims who committed ...
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Is there a textual promise of eternal life in the Quran?

The idea that those who believe and do good deeds are promised eternal paradise is repeated throughout the Qu'ran. There are probably too many examples to list here, but one that I think best captures ...
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Abusive spouse in dunya, relationship in the akhira?

In regards to spousal abuse changing the doctrinal position, the answer is no. Prior to entering Jannah, all potential causes of a future dispute will have been settled: عَنْ أَبِي سَعِيدٍ ...
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How did Prophet Muhammed (saw) see the punishment of the hell fire when judgement day still hasn't arrived?

We have evidence of the Prophet (SAW) seeing the people of Paradise and Hell-fire: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "I looked at Paradise and saw that the majority of its residents were the poor; and I ...
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What happens to people who have never heard of Islam?

What happens to people who have never heard of Islam? Those who have never heard of Islam will not be punished for their sins if they died in the state of disbelief. Allah says (what means): ...
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How the teaching of Islam explains why some people suffer and go to Hell etc?

Why people suffer is directly addressed in the Qur'an: it's part of being tested prior to the afterlife. And We will surely test you with something of fear and hunger and a loss of wealth and lives ...
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If Allah forgives a sin, is there no punishment for it in the hereafter?

People will not be punished for sins they were forgiven, as can be seen in many verses: Their (disbelivers/sinners) requital is that there shall be upon them the curse of Allah, the angels, and all ...
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Is there a textual promise of eternal life in the Quran?

There are many such verses in the Quran: إِنَّ الْمُتَّقِينَ فِي مَقَامٍ أَمِينٍ ... لَا يَذُوقُونَ فِيهَا الْمَوْتَ إِلَّا الْمَوْتَةَ الْأُولَىٰ ۖ وَوَقَاهُمْ عَذَابَ الْجَحِيمِ Indeed, the ...
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Is there a textual promise of eternal life in the Quran?

Quran promises of Reward to believers, and punishment to disbelievers. Precision in description The arabic words mentioned in Quran about entering Paradise or Hellfire are: Khalid (adjective): to ...
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Will disbelievers' deeds be evaluated on the day of judgement?

"Good deeds" without conscious of God is not regarded as "good deeds" in Islam, that's where the confusion lies. Source: In Islam you are not judged based on actions, rather based on intention. ...
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What should I do to repent from backbiting?

One great thing about you is that you realize the significance of what most people consider as a "small" sin. You take this "small" sin so seriously up to the point where you are ...
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How humans think when we are in the hevean or hell ? Do we have the same thoughts or insights same as we used to be before we die?

What I understand from Surah 25 - Verse 16 in Quran is that anything we wish/desire in Heaven will be provided to us and that is for an eternity. Doesn't that sound great? But in my opinion our very ...
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Is only believing in one God enough?

Belief in Allah is not sufficient to bring you into the fold of Islam. It must also be accompanied by the worship of Allah alone. The disbelievers from the Quraish believed in Allah, but they were ...
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Did Allah bring back to life a man and a boy who were burning each other after death?

This story is mentioned in an older version printed (not revised) and has a note from the revisor of the book (Mohyi Addin Misto) that it is not the real version from Imam Althahabi. The revised ...
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After death, can a soul travel to Earth to visit family, etc.?

Whether a dead person's soul travels back to Earth to visit family or friends is a matter of the unseen that only Allah knows that we would only come to know through revelations from Allah to His ...
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What Islamic positions are there regarding whether people will have free will in akhirah?

As‘salaamu alaikum. First, let‘s clarify a few points ... While we have free will here in the dunya, it is not ABSOLUTE free will. We are at liberty to choose some of our actions, but we cannot have ...
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Is your fate sealed in the Preserved Tablet?

Yes. It's written in Lauhul Mahfudz. Regarding this worldly life, if we are destined to do something then we automatically will get in the situation, and intend to do it, and it's easy to do it. ...
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Why Akhira should be our priority?

Sahl bin Sa'd narrated that the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) said: “What is the world compared to the Hereafter but as a needle dipped into the waters of the ocean?” (Al-Mu’jam al-Kabīr:17148) ...
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Do the dead actually have the senses we have when alive?

Very good question. The traditions about the torment in grave indeed pose a great question as they seem to be in direct contradiction to science. The torments are said to be bodily in particular. So ...
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Is genenoristy with the expectation of Divine reward selfish and less admirable?

The premises of your question are objectionable. Religious people may give out for Divine reward, but they also give out because religion teaches them to practice compassion and charity. Religion ...
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What will Allah do to Buddhists who have achieved Nirvana?

They will experience the events and stages of Qiyamat just like every other being on this earth. Their state of kufr will be of no avail to them.
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If I do not pray but observe good manners, will I go to Jannah?

First of all, you should know that praying is one of the most important part of Islam, I mean God has obligated these 5 daily prayers. This depends on your intention because If the one who does not ...
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Does a person who curses others lose his right to intercession?

It seems Islam Q&A fatwa 21672 is the one being referred to here. They write: It was narrated from the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) that the intercession of some people ...
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Is it wrong for a Muslim to say that no Hindus will go to Jannah?

Yes brother it is true as Muslims we should not claim to know the unseen as that is beyond us and Allah's domain, although Allah has reviled the glorious Quran and in it he has stated that the only ...
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Does the reward of goat qurbani(uḍḥiyyah ) in Eid al-Adha goes to deeds of a deceased

It is permissible, on account of the Prophet who sacrificed on behalf of the Ummah. The hadith reference: عَنْ جَابِرِ بْنِ عَبْدِ اللَّهِ، قَالَ ضَحَّى رَسُولُ اللَّهِ ـ صلى الله عليه وسلم ـ يَوْمَ ...
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Does the reward of goat qurbani(uḍḥiyyah ) in Eid al-Adha goes to deeds of a deceased

The Messenger of Allah (Allah bless him & give him peace) himself performed Udhiya/Qurbani on behalf of his Ummah and family members - both the living and deceased. (Muslim, Ahmad, Abu Dawud, Ibn ...
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Is performing namaz mandatory in order to go to heaven?

As stated in Surah Al Asar(https://quran.com/103/3?translations=20) the basic requirements for successfully entring jannah are: 1. To have Faith means to be muslim 2. Good Deeds 3. Keep reminding ...
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Must a Muslim learn Arabic to communicate with Allah in the afterlife?

There is no mention of it in the Quran. There is no saheeh(authentic) hadiths that say this only fabricated ones. They are: It was narrated by al-Tabaraani, al-Haakim and others that Ibn 'Abbas said ...
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What will happen to the people who disregarded all the prophets' miracles as magic?

It is commonly quoted in the Quran that disbelievers called many of the miracles of the prophets magic. To mention some of the verses: So when there came to them (Pharaoh and his people) the truth ...
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