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One must also believe in the (Resurrection “Ba^th”) PDF Print Email
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Sunday, 05 July 2015 09:43

One must also believe in the (Resurrection “Ba^th”) which is the rising of the dead from their graves after they are brought back to life;  the (Assembly “Hashr”) which is the gathering of the creation and leading them, after their resurrection, to the land of assembly; and (the Day of Judgment “Qiyamah”) which begins with the Resurrection and ends when the people of Paradise enter Paradise and the people of Hellfire enter Hellfire.

One must also believe in the (Presentation of the deeds “Hisab”) which is the presentation of each slave with his deeds; (Reward “Thawab”) which is the compensation for the good deeds the believer receives in the Hereafter; this compensation is pleasing to him.;  and (Punishment “^Adhab”) which is what disturbs the slave in the Hereafter as punishment for the sins he committed, such as entering Hellfire as well as less severe punishments.  One must also believe in (the Balance “Mizan”) in which the deeds of the slaves are weighed on the Day of Judgment; (Hellfire “Nar”), called Jahannam, which is the abode which Allah has prepared as a place of torture for the blasphemers and some of the sinful Muslims.  It exists now and will remain without an end.  One must also believe in (the Bridge “Sirat”) which is the bridge that is extended over Hellfire to which the people come and cross with speeds and ease proportional to their deeds.  One end of the bridge is on the changed earth and the other end is after Hellfire towards Paradise.  One must also believe in (the Basin “Hawd”) which is a place in which Allah has prepared a drink for the people of Paradise.  They drink from it after crossing the Bridge and before entering Paradise, after which they will never feel thirsty again. One must also believe in (the Intercession “Shafa^ah”), which is exclusive for the Muslims.  Those who intercede in the Hereafter ask Allah drop the punishment of some of the sinful Muslims.  One must also believe in (Paradise “Jannah”) which is a place Allah prepared as a place of enjoyment for the Believers. It exists now and will remain without end.