Well I couldn't find any authentic hadith about the matter, even if among Muslim people the saying that Arabic would be the language of people in Jannah is well known and a kind of consensus. But there's no sahih hadith or Verse in the Qur'an which clearly supports this opinion.
On the other Hand there are ahadith most of them quoted by Imam at-Tabarni and ...
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 major sins would stay in Hell forever, and some of them believed that a person who committed major sins would no longer be a Muslim.
One of the standard creeds of ...
When people die, they stay between this life and afterlife. It's called Barzakh.
Al-Barzakh is generally viewed as the barrier between the physical and
spiritual worlds, in which the soul awaits after death and before
resurrection on Qiyamah (Judgement Day).
At the state of Barzakh, people get questioned, showed what they did in their life and ...
There are 14 features for Hoor in Quran:
1) Purity and cleanliness:
"...And they will have therein purified spouses, and they will abide therein eternally...."(Surat Al-Baqarah,verse25)
"...and purified spouses and approval from Allah..."(Surat 'Āli `Imrān,verse15)
"...For them therein are purified spouses..."(Surat An-Nisā',verse57)
2) Coarse ...
Paradise cannot be inside current universe of us living in it. Because size of only one garden of one believer in paradise is larger than earth and all the skies (considering our universe is only the first sky).
And hasten to forgiveness from your Lord and a garden as wide as the
heavens and earth, prepared for the righteous http://tanzil.net/#3:133
The handsome young boys in Jannah are for servicing food and drinks, not for providing means of committing homosexual acts. But let's start with the assumption that the messengers sent to Lot were young and handsome boys. The verse says:
وَلَقَدْ جَاءَتْ رُسُلُنَا إِبْرَاهِيمَ بِالْبُشْرَىٰ قَالُوا سَلَامًا ۖ قَالَ سَلَامٌ ۖ فَمَا لَبِثَ أَن جَاءَ بِعِجْلٍ ...
All people of heaven Allah will purify their hearts from psychological malice, bad morals, and despicable desires.
In fact, when you meet the Hoor Al Ayn in Jannah, you wont be looking around for men :')
Allah describes them in Surah Ar-Rahman ( Surah #55 ) verse #56:
فِيهِنَّ قَاصِرَاتُ الطَّرْفِ لَمْ يَطْمِثْهُنَّ إِنسٌ قَبْلَهُمْ وَلا جَانٌّ
In them ...
Jahannam (Hellfire) is not eternal for all those who enter it. Some stay in there forever and ever, and some are admitted into Jannah after they have fulfilled their punishment period. Satan is of the group that stays there forever and ever. It follows that Jahannam is eternal.
Eternity in Hellfire
There are numerous verses about a group of people staying in ...
Note that the hadith narrated by imam at-Tirmidhi in three versions (here the 3rd, while the 2nd is only a commentary on the first saying that 'Abdurrahman ibn 'Awf narrated it once without quoting his own name -so he quoted only nine sahaba-) appears in sunan ibn Majah, sunan abi Dawod, Musnad Ahmad and many other sources too. The list of sahaba quoted in ...
The answer to your main question is "yes." Many, many verses clarify much of your confusion.
For example, Allah says:
Which means, "And he (human beings) will be satisfied." (Surat Al-Layl)
Another verse says:
Which means, "they will have whatever they desire, with their Master. That is the reward of those who do good." (Surat Az-Zumar)
The summary ...
This is ridiculous and untrue, at least in mainstream Sunni Islam. As far as I'm aware, the ahadith that talk about martyrs (those killed fighting in a legitimate military engagement) all talk about them in a passive sense without reference to who killed them. For example, look through here: http://sunnah.com/search/martyr
There is something very perverted ...
According to verse no.5 in surat Al-Takwir in Quran (chapter-81) and also chapter-6/verse-38, and many hadiths in Sunnah, animals are questioned at the day of judgement. But there is no evidence that they will enter heaven. In fact, there is at least two hadiths informing explicitly that all animals are turned into earth after being judged hereafter.
Allah didn't predestine John or any other person to hell or heaven. He knows in His vast knowledge that Jhon who has a free will, will commit actions that will send him to hell. He doesn't dictate it. He is not forcing Jhon to do bad deeds. His knowledge is so vast that He knows well in advance what Jhon is going to do.
Here's an example. Not a good one ...
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 what you're looking for can be found in Surah Luqman:
Indeed, those who believe and do righteous deeds - for them are the Gardens of Pleasure.
Wherein they ...
There are in fact eight doors, four of the names are agreed up by the scholars, the names of the others are disagreed up by the those who explain the Ahadeeth. I will mention six of the names:
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There are probably hundreds of thousands of things you should be more concerned about right now than just the possibility of getting your own galaxy for whatever reason.
First you should know Allah, learn the basics of Islam and bring your knowledge in to practice. If you embark on this journey, I don't think you'll have time for a question like you have ...
The Hadith - like the one below - that says Prophet Solaiman (عليه السلام) is the last prophet to enter Heaven (الجنة) or that he enters Heaven 40 years after other prophets aren't correct.
رواه الطبراني في معجميه الكبير والأوسط: حدثنا علي بن سعيد الرازي حدثنا إبراهيم بن هارون بن المغيرة الرازي حدثنا أبي حدثنا عمرو بن أبي قيس عن شعيب بن خالد عن الزهري عن ...
I'm sorry for your lost but inspired by your strength and profound love towards Islam.
I can relate with how you feel about not wanting to share your husband in Jannah. I too once feel this way. My journey towards islam started abt 2 years ago, it was not smooth sailing but i learned that Allah swt is the best disposer of affairs. Trust him and he will ...
Briefly speaking, in regards to your question as you’ asked
“it is true that those person who love each other will meet in jannat
? kindly tell me that we will meet with each other ?”
The answer can be positive, yeah. Allah is the most compassionate, the most merciful. Actually He will give us whatever we want in the Jannah and every wishes can be ...
First of all:
I would like to get sources about this topic.
You haven't even mentioned sources that is holding up your statement or question. And you want sources or evidences against it?
Sometimes, we as humans, should be able to filter out questions that really doesn't make any sense. If not, you will have ten million questions in your head and only ...
Am I greedy to desire heaven?
Absolutely not. If it were the case we would have been warned against it by the Prophet ﷺ.
On the contrary, he encouraged us to ask Allah for the highest station in Paradise.
On the authority of Abu Huraira, the Messenger of Allah :
" مَنْ آمَنَ بِاللَّهِ وَرَسُولِهِ، وَأَقَامَ الصَّلاَةَ، وَصَامَ رَمَضَانَ، كَانَ ...
When you think of Heaven, keep in mind that people won't have their current bodies in Heaven. They will be created in a new creation (Quran Verse 61 of Surah 56), that we have no idea about. That body won't get sick, won't get tired, won't get bored (Quran Verse 35 of Surah 35), won't get drunk, won't get dirty, won't get old etc. Otherwise, it wouldn't be ...
To answer this question we should go through who shouldn't go to Jannah (Paradise) and define some terms.
The ones that are deemed to not enter Jannah are the Kuffar (Kafir). This list could be made longer, but the kafir is the one that is deemed without hesitation.
Now who is a kafir? According to this answer:
A kaffir is somone who disbelives even ...
I'm no scholar, but since no one else answered, I'll share my thoughts. Paradise/Hell are not part of our world, and as such, we have no knowledge about them except what Allah swt chose to reveal to us. Further, it would be quite futile to try to figure out if the descriptions given by Him are in fact literal - because:
we don't have any other source of ...
The translations that use "parable" are misleading. The reason they use the word parable is understandable though. The Arabic word "مثل" which is used here, is the one also used for parables. So, it might follow the pattern to mean "parable."
But, the problem is "مثل" has the meaning of "description" as well ...
There is no clear evidence as to whether the dead can hear or see those who are alive or not. There is evidence that certain incidents took place, or still take place, where the dead can hear those who are alive, but the opinion is that such incidents are either specific to the Prophet ﷺ or specific to a time or place.
The Qur'an compares the disbelievers to ...
There is a difference of opinions on the interpretation of the hadiths on this topic. The strongest opinion is that one may have one's children in Jannah that one had during one's life on Earth, but not give birth to a new offspring therein, and no reason was given in any hadith as to why.
In one hadith, the Prophet ﷺ said that if a believer desires a child ...