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The traditional understanding of these ayaat (verses) is referring to the natural death that we will all have, and the resurrection that we will all experience. Jesus (may the peace and blessings of God be upon him) has not died yet; he is not in this earth at the moment, but Islamic theology specifies that he is to return near the end of times and die a ...


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Assalamualaikum. I'll try replying in brief with the use of many resources. When will Dajal appear? Although the exact time is known only to Allah, but Prophet SAW gave us some signs. Imaam Ahmad narrated that Jaabir ibn ‘Abd-Allaah (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘The ...


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There is a site which you can use to learn about the conceptual relations between the words in Quran: Ontology of Quranic Concepts. If you go to the entry for afterlife locations it list two main places: Paradise (الجنة), Hell (جهنم) and if you go to their entries you can find other related words: Paradise (الجنة) Firdous (الفردوس) Garden of Eden (جنات ...


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[This can be perceived as to present a Shia perspective:] Have you heard about Allama Ali Kourani? He is a Lebanese Shia scholar and is arguably the most authoritative scholar in Shia world, if not the entire Muslim Ummah, on traditions regarding the appearance of Imam al-Mahdi and the state of the world before and after his coming. He has authored several ...


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No, there is no other place that exists other heaven or hell, so the end will be to either heaven or hell. فريق في الجنة وفريق في السعير A party will be in Paradise and a party in the Blaze Surat Ashura Ayah Ayah 7 Though before the separating of the people, there will be a people who will be kept in between heaven and hell for as long as ...


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general names are below heaven,Paradise:Janna(جَنَّة)(pl. جَنّات jannat) link:[2:82] hell:Jahannam(جَهَنَّم)link:[3:12] other names heaven:جَنَّاتُ عَدْنٍ(reference[16:31]), دَارُ السَّلَامِ(reference[6:127])etc. hell:النَّارِ(means fire)(reference[2:39]), الْجَحِيمِ(reference[5:10]), سَقَرَ(reference[54:48]or[74:42])etc.


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The Islamic belief is that Jesus (عليهم السلام) will return in the tribulation, after the emergence of the Dajjal. He will live on the earth for a period of time and then die. بلل فيقاتل الناس على الإسلام فيدق الصليب ويقتل الخنزير ويضع الجزية ويهلك الله في زمانه الملل كلها إلا الإسلام ويهلك المسيح الدجال فيمكث في الأرض أربعين سنة ثم يتوفى فيصلي عليه ...


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Yes Jesus (Peace be Upon Him) was never crucified, as is clear in this Ayah, but in Islam we believe that Isa/Jesus (Peace be upon Him) will come down and kill the Dajjal, as is clear in multiple Ahadeeth like this one. We also believe that everything will die/taste death as is clear in Surat Al Imran, Ayah 185.


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If you take a look at answer of that Question you will find why I am saying it is duplicate. It gives you one line answer but I think you want detailed answer on it. Araf is the Wall between Heaven and Hell. Some says it won't be exact wall as we see usually but it would be Hill between Heaven and Hell. There would be some people whose good and bad deeds ...


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In classical Arabic Rūm originally means the Byzantine Empire or its inhabitants (the Byzantines). Later it also refers to the Turkish ruled part of Anatolia (present day Turkey). After the fall of the Byzantine Empire in the 15th century it becomes a purely geographic (not political) term for Anatolia. It never means the Western Europeans, rather these are ...


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The hadith that is quoted in the Wikipedia article is the one narrated by 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr, and it is indeed in Sahih Mulsim, Book 41, Hadith 7023, according to one of the numbering systems. Having said that, I am more inclined to believe that the hadith they meant to refer to is this one: وَحَدَّثَنَاهُ عَبْدُ الأَعْلَى بْنُ حَمَّادٍ، وَأَبُو بَكْرِ ...


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One of these books might be: al-Tadhkirah fī Aḥwāl al-Mawtá wa-Umūr al-Ākhirah التذكرة في أحوال الموتى وأمور الآخرة (Reminder of the Conditions of the Dead and the Matters of the Hereafter): a book dealing with the topics of death, the punishments of the grave, the endtimes and the day of resurrection of Imam al-Qurtobi Beside al-Budur as-Safirah fi ahwal ...


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There is no Ayah from Quraan or Hadieth from Sunnah say anything about that, So just Allah Knows that, and it is not useful thing to know!! The useful thing to know is Allah will judge all people, so we should have to work for that day !


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There are Quranic verses implying that heaven and hell currently exist. But note that Quran uses the word 'janna' (Eng: garden or paradise) to describe the blissful place that hosts believers in afterlife. This, in Christian scriptures, is predominantly referred to as 'heaven', although the word Paradise is fairly common, too. Also noteworthhy is that ...


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The answer is a big NO... Humans will never be destroyed(after ressurection). They will taste death once and be resurrected after which they will either go to heaven or hell. Obviously, being destroyed completely is better than an eternal torment. Verily, We have warned you of a near torment, the Day when man will see that (the deeds) which his hands ...


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