Qiyamah (lit. standing) refers to the Day of Judgment; more specifically it refers to the standing that all humans will be doing on that day. Some will have it comfortable and it will seem like a breeze, and to others it will be a painful torment.
Akhirah refers in general to the world of the Hereafter, which begins with the Day of Judgment.
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 ...
What objective way is there to know if your good deeds outweigh your
There's no objective way to know if your good deeds outweigh your bad deeds, just like a student doesn't know if his correct answers outweigh his wrong answers in an exam! However, doing good makes one to be optimistic. It makes you feel closer to God. Muslims are encouraged ...
This life is a test and the test is not over till death. So anything you do till you death, (and three thing after that) goes in your "book of deeds" for which you are accountable.
The other thing to note is that not all sins are equal. It a great blessing of God that if we keep away from major sins, He will wash away our minor ones.
Thus a major sin done ...
Refer to this QA from IslamQA.info as well as this one about evidence for rape in Shariah.
In short, rape may be punished under the following:
The evidence for Zina is 4 witnessesses, a confession or a clear proof (e.g pregnancy).
The evidence for Qisas \ Diyat is two witnesses or an oath with corroborating evidence.
The evidence for Harabah is two ...
O you who have believed, let not a people ridicule [another] people; perhaps they may be better than them; nor let women ridicule [other] women; perhaps they may be better than them. And do not insult one another and do not call each other by [offensive] nicknames. Wretched is the name of disobedience after [one's] faith. And whoever does not repent - then ...
The hadith you quoted was referenced — with slighty different words — in both Sahih Al-Bukhari 86/52, and Sahih Muslim 50/53.
Yes, the Prophet (ﷺ) was informed on multiple occasions of a person being forgiven through a divine revelation. For example, the three that stayed behind to avoid joining the battle of Tabuk (see Qur'an 9:118), or the story of Abi ...
In addition to the Verse from surat al Hujurat (49:11) which was already mentioned by azam and pedro. I would like to recall the story of the Prophet Musa/Moses (Peace be upon him and al-Khidr which is mentioned in surat al-Kahf (18:60-82):
To sum up the story briefly, Prophet Musa (Peace be upon him) followed a learned man called Al-Khidr to get guidance. ...
One may answer this by logic in the following way:
If we accept and believe that Allah is just, then his shari'a is just so seeking an award outside of Allah's rulings must be a kind of injustice and denial of Allah's justice and shari'a which implicates that this is kufr (rejecting the truth)!
So basically there's no difference between a judge who instead ...
I could only explain shia'view on dead human and his judgment about ablution.
there are two poits according to Ayatollah SISTANI'fatwa:
first, it is necessary that we have to wash him or her with three kind of water namely Sedr,kafour and proper water.
second, if some one died while he is junob it is necessary that washed by ablution belonged to dead ...
These are two questions ...
As for your 1st question:
"how can mentally ill people be judged by their actions if they are not aware of they are doing?"
This should be answered by no they wont or shouldn't be judged!
Narrated Ali ibn AbuTalib:
The Prophet (ﷺ) said: There are three (persons) whose actions are not
recorded: a sleeper till he awakes, a ...