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Daqa'iqu'l-akhbar fi Dhikri'l-jannati wa'n-nar

By imam 'Amb ar-Rahim ibn Ahmed Al-Qadi, pp 125-6

 

There are 8 gardens:

 

***The first is the Abode of Majesty, and is of white pearl.***

***The second is the Abode of Peace and is of red ruby.***

***The third is the Abode of Shelter, and is of green chrysolite.***

***The fourth is the Garden of Immortality, and is of red and yellow coral.***

***The fifth is the Garden of Bliss, and is of white silver.***

***The sixth is the Garden of Firdaws, and it is of white pearl.***

***The eighth is the Abode of Rest, and it is of red gold, and it is the dome of all gardens, and it is raised over all other gardens. It has two gates, and the two leaves are of gold and silver. Between each of the two leaves is what is between the heavens and earth.

It is built of gold and silver bricks. Its mud is musk and its earth is amber and its straw is saffron.

 

Its castles are of pearl and its rooms are of ruby.

Its doors are of jewels, and it are rivers.

 

There is the River of Mercy which flows in all the gardens, and its pebbles are of pearls, with a white whiter than snow and sweeter than honey.

 

In it is the River of Kawther (Abundance) and it is the river of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWS). Its trees are pearls and rubies.

 

In it is the River of Kafur (Camphor), and the River of Tasnim (Water coming from above) and the River of Salsabil (Easy to swallow) and the River of ar-Rahiq al-Maktum (Sealed Nectar).

 

Beyond that are special rivers whose number, flavour and texture is only known by Allah.

Edited by Mu'maneen

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Some of the Bounties Allaah has Prepared for the Believers in Paradise

Taken from Riyaad as-Saliheen Chapter 372

 

 

 

Allaah, the Exalted, says:

 

"Truly, the Muttaqun (the pious and righteous persons) will be amidst Gardens and water-springs (Jannah). (It will be said to them): `Enter therein (Jannah), in peace and security.' And We shall remove from their breasts any deep feeling of bitterness (that they may have). (So they will be like) brothers facing each other on thrones. No sense of fatigue shall touch them, nor shall they (ever) be asked to leave it.'' (15:45-48)

 

"(It will be said to the believers of Islamic Monotheism): `My slaves! No fear shall be on you this Day, nor shall you grieve. (You) who believed in Our Ayat (proofs, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) and were Muslims (i.e., who submit totally to Allaah's Will, and believe in the Oneness of Allaah). Enter Jannah, you and your wives, in happiness.' Trays of gold and cups will be passed round them; (there will be) therein all that inner-selves could desire, and all that eyes could delight in and you will abide therein forever. This is the Jannah which you have been made to inherit because of your deeds which you used to do (in the life of the world). Therein for you will be fruits in plenty, of which you will eat (as you desire).'' (43:68-73)

 

"Verily, the Muttaqun (the pious), will be in place of security (Jannah). Among Gardens and springs Dressed in fine silk and (also) in thick silk, facing each other. So (it will be). And We shall marry them to Hur (fair females) with wide, lovely eyes. They will call therein for every kind of fruit in peace and security. They will never taste death therein except the first death (of this world), and He will save them from the torment of the blazing Fire. As a bounty from your Rubb! That will be the supreme success!'' (44:51-57)

 

"Verily, Al-Abrar (the pious and righteous) will be in Delight (Jannah). On thrones, looking (at all things). You will recognise in their faces the brightness of delight. They will be given to drink of pure sealed wine. The last thereof (that wine) will be the smell of musk, and for this let (all) those strive who want to strive (i.e., hasten earnestly to the obedience of Allaah). It (that wine) will be mixed with Tasnim. A spring whereof drink those nearest to Allaah.'' (83:22-28)

 

The Qur'anic Ayat on the subject are many and well-known.

 

1880. Jaabir (May Allaah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "The inhabitants of Jannah will eat and drink therein, but they will not have to pass excrement, to blow their noses or to urinate. Their food will be digested producing belch which will give out a smell like that of musk. They will be inspired to declare the freedom of Allaah from imperfection and proclaim His Greatness as easily as you breathe.'' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: Belching the vapours of musk means that after meals one would not feel heaviness and acidity. On the other hand, the belch will give out scented air, and the food will be digested by it. There will be no excrement or urine there.

 

Secondly, recitation of Allaah's Name will ever remain on their tongues without the least effort like the way we breathe, without any effort whatsoever. In other words the food in Jannah would be so light and fine that there would be no disagreeable urine excrement. On the other hand, there will only be fine smell like that of musk.

 

1881. Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "Allaah, the Exalted, has said: `I have prepared for my righteous slaves what no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and the mind of no man has conceived.' If you wish, recite:

 

`No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy as a reward for what they used to do.' " (32:17) [Al-Bukharee and Muslim].

 

Commentary: About the gifts and pleasures of Jannah, here a Hadeeth has been stated in the Words of Allaah. The subject matter is confirmed from the Verse of the Qur'an given in the text of the Hadeeth.

 

1882. Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "The first group (of people) to enter Jannah will be shining like the moon on a full-moon night. Then will come those who follow them who will be like the most shining planet in the sky. They will not stand in need of urinating or relieving of nature or of spitting or blowing their noses. Their combs will be of gold and their sweat will smell like musk; in their censers the aloes-wood will be used. Their wives will be large eyed maidens. All men will be alike in the form of their father `Adam, sixty cubits tall.''

 

Another narration is: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "Their utensils will be of gold, their perspiration will smell like musk; everyone of them will have two wives; the marrow of the bones of the wives' legs will be seen through the flesh out of excessive beauty. They (i.e., the people of Jannah) will neither have difference, nor enmity (hatred) amongst themselves; their hearts will be as if one heart, and they will be glorifying Allaah in the morning and in the afternoon.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary:

 

1. The people in the Jannah would be similar in shape and height, etc. There would be no differences between them. It won't be that one person is beautiful and the other ugly or one is fair in colour and the other is black. This is one view. The other view is that they would be similar in being good mannered and the desirable and loving disposition. They will be on the highest pedestal of ethics, etiquette, politeness and morality. None of them would be immoral, discourteous or ill-tempered.

 

2. Everyone there would have two wives. They would either be from the houris or from the humans. The narration, which claims that every one would have seventy-two wives has a weak chain of narrators. However, in one narration of At-Tirmidhi which has been claimed to be Saheeh, it is stated that a martyr would get seventy-two wives. (At-Tirmidhi, Chapter about the Superiority of Jihad). Then the saying, "One would get in the Jannah what he wants'' may also be considered and so the possibility of more than two wives cannot be denied.

 

3. Hur is the plural of Howra It means white and pink. So it is said that one would be bewildered to see their beauty. `Ein is the plural of `Aina' It means one having large eyes like a deer. In another narration it is said that if any one of them just peeps towards our earth, the whole space would be filled with scent and all the space would be lighted. Her sheet of cloth used to cover the head and the bosom would be so precious that its cost would exceed this whole material earth. (Saheeh Al-Bukharee, Book of Jihad, Chapter about Houri).

 

1883. Al-Mughirah bin Shu`bah (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "Musa (Moses) (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) asked his Rubb: `Who amongst the inhabitants of Jannah will be the lowest in rank?' He said: `It will be a person who will be admitted into Jannah last of all when all the dwellers of Jannah have entered Jannah. It will be said to him: Enter Jannah. But he will say: O my Rubb! How should I enter while the people have settled in their apartments and taken their shares? It will be said to him: Will you be satisfied and pleased if you have a kingdom like that of a monarch of the world? He will say: I will be content, my Rubb. Allaah will say: For you is that, and like that and like that and like that and like that. He will say at the fifth time: I am well-pleased, my Rubb. Allaah will say: It is for you and ten times more like it. You will have whatever your soul desires and whatever your eyes could delight in. He will say: I am well-pleased, my Rubb.' Musa (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said: `Who will be of the highest rank in Jannah.' Allaah said: `They are those whom I chose and I established their honour with My Own Hand. I attest with My Seal that they will be blessed with such bounties as no eye has seen, no ear has heard and no human mind has perceived.' '' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: This Hadeeth highlights Allaah's unbounded Mercy and Bounty upon His slaves in Jannah although they do not deserve all that.

 

1884. `Abdullah bin Mas`ud (May Allaah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "I know of the last of the inhabitants of the Hell to be taken out from there and the last one to enter Jannah. He is a man who will come out of the Fire, crawling on all fours. Allaah, the Rubb of glory and honour will say to him: `Go and enter Jannah.' He will go to it and think that it is full up. He will then come back and say: `O my Rubb, it is full up.' Allaah will say to him: `Go and enter Jannah.' He will again go to it and think that it is full up. So he will turn back. Allaah will again say: `Go and enter Jannah. For you have what is equal to ten times the world.' He will say: `Are You making fun of me while You are the King?'' At this I (i.e., the narrator) saw the Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) laugh till his premolars were visible and he said, "Such man will be the last dweller of Jannah in its lowest rank.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: The general habit of the Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) was just to smile. But while telling about the gifts and honours about an ordinary person in Jannah, he could not help laughing in a manner that his molars became visible. The person on the lowest pedestal in Jannah will be given ten times better things and gifts that could he had on this earth. May Allaah admit us into Jannah in His Mercy. Amin.

 

1885. Abu Musa (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "In Jannah the believer will have a tent made of a single hollowed pearl of which the length will be sixty miles in the sky. The believer will have his wives with him and he will visit them and they will not be able to see one another.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

1886. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudi (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "There is a tree in Jannah that is so huge that if a rider of a swift horse has to cover its distance from one end to another in one hundred years, he will not be able to do so.''

 

Another narration from Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with him) is: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "A rider will not be able to cross its (the tree's) shade even after travelling for one hundred years.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

 

Commentary: The horse referred to in the Hadith in described in the Arabic text as `Mudhammar' i.e., a specially trained and well-looked after horse. Such a horse is first fattened by supplying it with large quantities of food. Then slowly the quantity of food given to it is decreased and it is made to sweat in a hot room until it loses weight and thus, becomes fit for running.

 

The Arabic word "dhil" translated here as `shade,' in fact, refers to the expansiveness and vastness of the tree. It does not necessarily mean shade in the ordinary sense, as there will be no sun or heat there. Here the expansiveness and vastness of the trees of Jannah has been mentioned. Allaah can do what He likes and create whatever He likes.

 

1887. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "The dwellers of Jannah will look at those in the upper abodes above them as you look at a shining star which remains in the eastern or western horizon; such will be the difference in superiority which some of them have over others.'' The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) was asked: "Will those be the dwellings of the Prophets which no one else will be able to reach?'' He (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) replied, "Yes, but by Him in Whose Hand my soul is! men who believed in Allaah and acknowledged the truthfulness of the Messengers will reach them.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: In Jannah, people will have different grades according to the strength of their Belief and love of Allaah. Some people will be on a position near that of the Prophets. May Allaah grant us such lofty places. Amin.

 

1888. Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "A space in Jannah equal to the distance between the middle and the end of a bow will be better than all that upon which the sun rises and sets.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: Just a very small -- a wee bit of a place in the Jannah is better than the whole world, as this world would soon come to an end while Jannah will be eternal.

 

1889. Anas (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "In Jannah there is a market to which the people will come every Friday. The northern wind will blow and shower fragrance on their faces and clothes and, consequently, it will enhance their beauty and loveliness. They will then return to their wives who will also have increased in their beauty and loveliness, and their families will say to them: `We swear by Allaah that you have been increased in beauty and loveliness since leaving us.' Thereupon they will reply: `We swear by Allaah that you have also been increased in beauty and loveliness since we left you.''' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: Bazaar refers to a place of gathering, where everything will be available, free of cost. Similarly, Jumu`ah means that people will gather there for a time period equal to that of Jumu`ah, as there will be no sun, nor night and day. Another speciality of Jannah is that the beauty and charm of men and women will go on increasing and so the love and affection between husbands and wives will also keep on progressing and increasing. It will be just the opposite of what happens here in this world.

 

1890. Sahl bin Sa`d (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "The dwellers of Jannah will see the upper abodes of Jannah as you see the stars in the sky.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: See the Commentary on Hadith No. 1887

 

1891. Sahl bin Sa`d (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: I was in the company of the Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him). He gave a description of Jannah and concluded with these words, "There will be bounties which no eye has seen, no ear has heard and no human heart has ever perceived.'' He (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) then recited this Verse:

 

"Their sides forsake their beds, to invoke their Rubb in fear and hope, and they spend (in charity in Allaah's Cause) out of what We have bestowed on them. No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy...'' (32:16,17) [Al-Bukhari].

 

Commentary: The bliss of Jannah which has been mentioned in the narrations of the Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) have also been alluded to in the above mentioned Ayat of the Noble Qur'an. That is why the Hadith is considered to be the authorized commentary of the Qur'an. It is commentary without which it is not possible to grasp the real meaning of the Qur'an.

 

1892. Abu Sa`id and Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with them) reported: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "When the dwellers of Jannah enter Jannah, an announcer will call: (You have a promise from Allaah that) you will live therein and you will never die; you will stay healthy therein and you will never fall ill; you will stay young and you will never become old; you will be under a constant bliss and you will never feel miserable.'' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: We live in this world according to our life span but we never know when this life may come to an end. Youth is a fleeting experience and with the passage of time it turns into old age. One cannot even be sure about the ease in this life. Any time one may land into hardships. In short, nothing is constant in this world.

 

In Jannah, however, everything will be permanent. Life will be without any danger of death, there will be health without any risk of disease. There will be happiness and bliss without any fear of aging. Everywhere there will be happiness, ease, comfort, enjoyment without any pain, worry, hardship or distress.

 

1893. Abu Hurairah (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "The lowest place of any of you in Jannah will be that Allaah will tell him to express his wish. He will wish and wish again. Allaah will then ask him: `Have you expressed your wish?' He will answer: `Yes, I have.' Allaah will say: `You will have what you have wished for and the like thereof along with it.''' [Muslim].

 

1894. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allaah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "Allaah, the Rubb of honour and glory, will say to the inhabitants of Jannah: `O inhabitants of Jannah!' They will respond: `Here we are! At Your service, O our Rubb. All good is in Your Hand!' He will ask them: `Are you pleased?' They will reply: `Why should we not be pleased, O Rubb, when You have given us what You have not given to any of Your creatures?' Allaah will say: `Shall I not give you something better than that?' They will ask: `O Rubb! What can be better than that?' Allaah will say: `I shall bestow My Pleasure upon you and I shall never be displeased with you.''' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: The declaration about Allaah being pleased with the dwellers of Jannah will certainly be the greatest of the boons and rewards of Jannah.

 

1895. Jarir bin `Abdullah (May Allaah be pleased with him) reported: We were sitting with the Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) when he looked at the full moon and observed, "You shall see your Rubb in the Hereafter as you are seeing this moon; and you will not feel the slightest inconvenience in seeing Him.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: Just as when we witness the moon there is no problem, no rush or troublesome gathering of people and no pushing of one another, the pious will see Allaah without any trouble or difficulty. How shall we see Him, we cannot describe this even by any instance or parable. In Surat Ash-Shu`ra', Verse 11, it is said that there is nothing like Him. However, we cannot see Him in this world with these worldly eyes. The reason is that, as Imam Malik says, these eyes are just temporary and they cannot bear the Sight of Allaah. This is why the research scholars claim that the Prophet (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) did not actually see Allaah during his journey to the heavens; he only talked to Allaah by way of Revelation. The saying of `Aishah (May Allaah be pleased with her) also proves this contention. However, it would be possible to see Allaah in Jannah as everything there will be eternal and indestructible. Similar will be the case with the sight and eyes which will be provided to us there. Such eyes would have the power to see Allaah.

 

1896. Suhaib (May Allaah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allaah (May Allaah's peace and blessing be upon him) said, "When the inhabitants of Jannah enter Jannah, Allaah, the Glorious and Exalted, will say to them: `Do you wish me to give you anything more?' They will reply: `Have You not made our faces bright? Have You not brought us into Jannah and delivered us from the Hell?' And Allaah will remove the Veil. The (dwellers of Jannah) will feel that they have not been awarded anything dearer to them than looking at their Rubb.'' [Muslim].

 

Allaah, the Exalted, says:

 

"Verily, those who believe and do deeds of righteousness, their Rubb will guide them through their Faith; under them will flow rivers in the Gardens of Delight (Jannah). Their way of request therein will be Subhanaka Allaahumma (Glory to You, O Allaah!) and Salam (peace, safety from evil) will be their greetings therein (Jannah)! and the close of their request will be: Al-hamdu lillahi Rabbil-`Alamin [All the praises and thanks are to Allaah, the Rubb of `Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists)].'' (10:9,10)

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names of hell.

 

“The Fire of Hell has many names, which reflect its characteristics. It is called Jaheem, Jahannam, Lazaa, al-Sa’eer, Saqar, al-Hatamah and al-Haawiyah, according to its various characteristics. That which is named is one and the same. The believer is obliged to believe in and affirm all the names that have been proven in the Book of Allaah or the Sunnah of His Messenger (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him).�

 

Majmoo’ Fataawa wa Rasaa’il al-‘Uthaymeen by al-Salmaan, 2/58.

 

It is called al-Jaheem (fire) because of its blazing fire.

 

It is called Jahannam (Hell) because of the depth of its pit – according to al-Qaamoos.

 

It is called Lazaa (blazing fire) because of its flames.

 

It is called al-Sa’eer (blazing flame) because it is kindled and ignited (this word is derived from the root sa’ara meaning to kindle).

 

It is called Saqar (Hell) because of the intensity of its heat.

 

It is called al-Hatamah (broken pieces, debris) because it breaks and crushes everything that is thrown into it.

 

It is called al-Haawiyah (chasm, abyss) because the one who is thrown into it is thrown from top to bottom… and so on.

 

Some of the scholars, mufassireen (Qur’aan commentators) and others mentioned other names besides these.

 

Some of them said that these names are the names for the various levels and degrees of Hell, and some of them divided people into various categories on the basis of these levels. But it is not correct to divide people in Hell into categories on this basis, even though the division of people into categories on the basis of their actions is something that is proven from the texts – just as it is not correct to name the various levels of Hell in the manner in which they mentioned. The correct view is that each of these names which they mentioned is a name for the whole of Hell, not for a part of it in exclusion of another part.

 

Al-Yawm al-Aakhir (the Last Day) – al-Jannah wa’l-Naar (Paradise and Hell) by Dr. ‘Umar al-Ashqar, 26.

 

And Allaah knows best.

 

 

 

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also,

 

It was reported in Saheeh Muslim that Abu Sa’eed al-Khudri (may Allaah be pleased with him) said: “The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: ‘As for the people of Hell, they are its inhabitants, and they neither live therein nor die. But there are people who will enter Hell because of their sins – or mistakes – so Allaah will cause them to die once, then when they become like coal, He will give permission for intercession (for them). They will be brought group by group to the rivers of Paradise. Then it will be said: “O people of Paradise! Pour water on them.� Then they will grow like seeds (i.e., the seeds of herbs and aromatic plants, or it was said, small plants that grow in between grasses, or it may mean wheat).’�

 

The scholars said: “What is meant by the people of Hell are its kaafir inhabitants, who will never come out of it and never die at all.

 

Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

 

“But those who disbelieve (in the Oneness of Allaah), for them will be the Fire of Hell. Neither will it have a complete killing effect on them so that they die, nor shall its torment be lightened for them. Thus do We requite every disbeliever!� [Faatir 35:36]

 

As for the sinners among those who believe in the Oneness of Allaah, those who have committed major sins (kabaa’ir), they will be punished in accordance with the degree of their sins for a period decreed by Allaah, then they will die a lesser death such that they no longer feel anything, for a period decreed by Allaah. Then they will be brought out dead, turned into coals and carried like luggage, and they will be thrown into the rivers of Paradise and the water of life will be poured over them. Then they will grow, like wheat at first, but quickly, like herbs. Then they will get stronger and be fully formed, and will be taken to their homes in Paradise. And Allaah knows best.

 

 

 

From Fatawa al-Imaam al-Nawawi, p. 84. (Islam-qa(contact admin if its a beneficial link))

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heres an article i found on the internet recently:

 

Description of Jannah(Heaven)

 

BOUNTIES PREPARED FOR MUSLIMS IN JANNAH

 

Royad us Saliheen (Chapter 372: Some of the Bounties Which Allah (swt) Has Prepared for the Believers in Paradise)

 

Allah, the Exalted, says:

 

"Truly, the Muttaqun (the pious and righteous persons) will be amidst Gardens and water-springs (Jannah). (It will be said to them): `Enter therein (Jannah), in peace and security.' And We shall remove from their breasts any deep feeling of bitterness (that they may have). (So they will be like) brothers facing each other on thrones. No sense of fatigue shall touch them, nor shall they (ever) be asked to leave it.'' (15:45-48)

 

"(It will be said to the believers of Islamic Monotheism): `My slaves! No fear shall be on you this Day, nor shall you grieve. (You) who believed in Our Ayat (proofs, verses, lessons, signs, revelations, etc.) and were Muslims (i.e., who submit totally to Allah's Will, and believe in the Oneness of Allah). Enter Jannah, you and your wives, in happiness.' Trays of gold and cups will be passed round them; (there will be) therein all that inner-selves could desire, and all that eyes could delight in and you will abide therein forever. This is the Jannah which you have been made to inherit because of your deeds which you used to do (in the life of the world). Therein for you will be fruits in plenty, of which you will eat (as you desire).'' (43:68-73)

 

"Verily, the Muttaqun (the pious), will be in place of security (Jannah). Among Gardens and springs. Dressed in fine silk and (also) in thick silk, facing each other. So (it will be). And We shall marry them to Hur (fair females) with wide, lovely eyes. They will call therein for every kind of fruit in peace and security. They will never taste death therein except the first death (of this world), and He will save them from the torment of the blazing Fire. As a bounty from your Rubb! That will be the supreme success!'' (44:51-57)

 

"Verily, Al-Abrar (the pious and righteous) will be in Delight (Jannah). On thrones, looking (at all things). You will recognise in their faces the brightness of delight. They will be given to drink of pure sealed wine. The last thereof (that wine) will be the smell of musk, and for this let (all) those strive who want to strive (i.e., hasten earnestly to the obedience of Allah). It (that wine) will be mixed with Tasnim. A spring whereof drink those nearest to Allah.'' (83:22-28)

 

The Qur'anic Ayat on the subject are many and well-known.

 

1880. Jabir (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "The inhabitants of Jannah will eat and drink therein, but they will not have to pass excrement, to blow their noses or to urinate. Their food will be digested producing belch which will give out a smell like that of musk. They will be inspired to declare the freedom of Allah from imperfection and proclaim His Greatness as easily as you breathe.'' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: Belching the vapours of musk means that after meals one would not feel heaviness and acidity. On the other hand, the belch will give out scented air, and the food will be digested by it. There will be no excrement or urine there.

 

Secondly, recitation of Allah's Name will ever remain on their tongues without the least effort like the way we breathe, without any effort whatsoever. In other words the food in Jannah would be so light and fine that there would be no disagreeable urine excrement. On the other hand, there will only be fine smell like that of musk.

 

1881. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Allah, the Exalted, has said: `I have prepared for my righteous slaves what no eye has seen, no ear has heard, and the mind of no man has conceived.' If you wish, recite: `No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy as a reward for what they used to do.''' (32:17) [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: About the gifts and pleasures of Jannah, here a Hadith has been stated in the Words of Allah. The subject matter is confirmed from the Verse of the Qur'an given in the text of the Hadith.

 

1882. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "The first group (of people) to enter Jannah will be shining like the moon on a full-moon night. Then will come those who follow them who will be like the most shining planet in the sky. They will not stand in need of urinating or relieving of nature or of spitting or blowing their noses. Their combs will be of gold and their sweat will smell like musk; in their censers the aloes-wood will be used. Their wives will be large eyed maidens. All men will be alike in the form of their father `Adam, sixty cubits tall.''

 

Another narration is: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Their utensils will be of gold, their perspiration will smell like musk; everyone of them will have two wives; the marrow of the bones of the wives' legs will be seen through the flesh out of excessive beauty. They (i.e., the people of Jannah) will neither have difference, nor enmity (hatred) amongst themselves; their hearts will be as if one heart, and they will be glorifying Allah in the morning and in the afternoon.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: 1. The people in the Jannah would be similar in shape and height, etc. There would be no differences between them. It won't be that one person is beautiful and the other ugly or one is fair in colour and the other is black. This is one view. The other view is that they would be similar in being good mannered and the desirable and loving disposition. They will be on the highest pedestal of ethics, etiquette, politeness and morality. None of them would be immoral, discourteous or ill-tempered.

 

2. Everyone there would have two wives. They would either be from the houris or from the humans. The narration, which claims that every one would have seventy-two wives has a weak chain of narrators. However, in one narration of At-Tirmidhi which has been claimed to be Sahih, it is stated that a martyr would get seventy-two wives. (At-Tirmidhi, Chapter about the Superiority of Jihad). Then the saying, "One would get in the Jannah what he wants'' may also be considered and so the possibility of more than two wives cannot be denied.

 

3. Hur is the plural of Howra It means white and pink. So it is said that one would be bewildered to see their beauty. `Ein is the plural of `Aina' It means one having large eyes like a deer. In another narration it is said that if any one of them just peeps towards our earth, the whole space would be filled with scent and all the space would be lighted. Her sheet of cloth used to cover the head and the bosom would be so precious that its cost would exceed this whole material earth. (Sahih Al-Bukhari, Book of Jihad, Chapter about Houri).

 

1883. Al-Mughirah bin Shu`bah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Musa (Moses) (PBUH) asked his Rubb: `Who amongst the inhabitants of Jannah will be the lowest in rank?' He said: `It will be a person who will be admitted into Jannah last of all when all the dwellers of Jannah have entered Jannah. It will be said to him: Enter Jannah. But he will say: O my Rubb! How should I enter while the people have settled in their apartments and taken their shares? It will be said to him: Will you be satisfied and pleased if you have a kingdom like that of a monarch of the world? He will say: I will be content, my Rubb. Allah will say: For you is that, and like that and like that and like that and like that. He will say at the fifth time: I am well-pleased, my Rubb. Allah will say: It is for you and ten times more like it. You will have whatever your soul desires and whatever your eyes could delight in. He will say: I am well-pleased, my Rubb.' Musa (PBUH) said: `Who will be of the highest rank in Jannah.' Allah said: `They are those whom I chose and I established their honour with My Own Hand. I attest with My Seal that they will be blessed with such bounties as no eye has seen, no ear has heard and no human mind has perceived.''' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: This Hadith highlights Allah's unbounded Mercy and Bounty upon His slaves in Jannah although they do not deserve all that.

 

1884. `Abdullah bin Mas`ud (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "I know of the last of the inhabitants of the Hell to be taken out from there and the last one to enter Jannah. He is a man who will come out of the Fire, crawling on all fours. Allah, the Rubb of glory and honour will say to him: `Go and enter Jannah.' He will go to it and think that it is full up. He will then come back and say: `O my Rubb, it is full up.' Allah will say to him: `Go and enter Jannah.' He will gain go to it and think that it is full up. So he will turn back. Allah will again say: `Go and enter Jannah. For you have what is equal to ten times the world.' He will say: `Are You making fun of me while You are the King?'' At this I (i.e., the narrator) saw the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) laugh till his premolars were visible and he said, "Such man will be the last dweller of Jannah in its lowest rank.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: The general habit of the Prophet (PBUH) was just to smile. But while telling about the gifts and honours about an ordinary person in Jannah, he could not help laughing in a manner that his molars became visible. The person on the lowest pedestal in Jannah will be given ten times better things and gifts that could he had on this earth. May Allah admit us into Jannah in His Mercy. Amin.

 

1885. Abu Musa (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (PBUH) said, "In Jannah the believer will have a tent made of a single hollowed pearl of which the length will be sixty miles in the sky. The believer will have his wives with him and he will visit them and they will not be able to see one another.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

1886. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (PBUH) said, "There is a tree in Jannah that is so huge that if a rider of a swift horse has to cover its distance from one end to another in one hundred years, he will not be able to do so.''

 

Another narration from Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) is: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "A rider will not be able to cross its (the tree's) shade even after travelling for one hundred years.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]

 

Commentary: The horse referred to in the Hadith in described in the Arabic text as `Mudhammar' i.e., a specially trained and well-looked after horse. Such a horse is first fattened by supplying it with large quantities of food. Then slowly the quantity of food given to it is decreased and it is made to sweat in a hot room until it loses weight and thus, becomes fit for running.

 

The Arabic word "dhil" translated here as `shade,' in fact, refers to the expansiveness and vastness of the tree. It does not necessarily mean shade in the ordinary sense, as there will be no sun or heat there. Here the expansiveness and vastness of the trees of Jannah has been mentioned. Allah can do what He likes and create whatever He likes.

 

1887. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Prophet (PBUH) said, "The dwellers of Jannah will look at those in the upper abodes above them as you look at a shining star which remains in the eastern or western horizon; such will be the difference in superiority which some of them have over others.'' The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) was asked: "Will those be the dwellings of the Prophets which no one else will be able to reach?'' He (PBUH) replied, "Yes, but by Him in Whose Hand my soul is! Men who believed in Allah and acknowledged the truthfulness of the Messengers will reach them.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: In Jannah, people will have different grades according to the strength of their Belief and love of Allah. Some people will be on a position near that of the Prophets. May Allah grant us such lofty places. Amin.

 

1888. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "A space in Jannah equal to the distance between the middle and the end of a bow will be better than all that upon which the sun rises and sets.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: Just a very small -- a wee bit of a place in the Jannah is better than the whole world, as this world would soon come to an end while Jannah will be eternal.

 

1889. Anas (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "In Jannah there is a market to which the people will come every Friday. The northern wind will blow and shower fragrance on their faces and clothes and, consequently, it will enhance their beauty and loveliness. They will then return to their wives who will also have increased in their beauty and loveliness, and their families will say to them: `We swear by Allah that you have been increased in beauty and loveliness since leaving us.' Thereupon they will reply: `We swear by Allah that you have also been increased in beauty and loveliness since we left you.''' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: Bazaar refers to a place of gathering, where everything will be available, free of cost. Similarly, Jumu`ah means that people will gather there for a time period equal to that of Jumu`ah, as there will be no sun, nor night and day. Another speciality of Jannah is that the beauty and charm of men and women will go on increasing and so the love and affection between husbands and wives will also keep on progressing and increasing. It will be just the opposite of what happens here in this world.

 

1890. Sahl bin Sa`d (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "The dwellers of Jannah will see the upper abodes of Jannah as you see the stars in the sky.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: See the Commentary on Hadith No. 1887

 

1891. Sahl bin Sa`d (May Allah be pleased with him) said: I was in the company of the Prophet (PBUH). He gave a description of Jannah and concluded with these words, "There will be bounties which no eye has seen, no ear has heard and no human heart has ever perceived.'' He (PBUH) then recited this Verse: "Their sides forsake their beds, to invoke their Rubb in fear and hope, and they spend (in charity in Allah's Cause) out of what We have bestowed on them. No person knows what is kept hidden for them of joy...'' (32:16,17) [Al-Bukhari].

 

Commentary: The bliss of Jannah which has been mentioned in the narrations of the Prophet (PBUH) have also been alluded to in the above mentioned Ayat of the Noble Qur'an. That is why the Hadith is considered to be the authorized commentary of the Qur'an. It is commentary without which it is not possible to grasp the real meaning of the Qur'an.

 

1892. Abu Sa`id and Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "When the dwellers of Jannah enter Jannah, an announcer will call: (You have a promise from Allah that) you will live therein and you will never die; you will stay healthy therein and you will never fall ill; you will stay young and you will never become old; you will be under a constant bliss and you will never feel miserable.'' [Muslim].

 

Commentary: We live in this world according to our life span but we never know when this life may come to an end. Youth is a fleeting experience and with the passage of time it turns into old age. One cannot even be sure about the ease in this life. Any time one may land into hardships. In short, nothing is constant in this world.

 

In Jannah, however, everything will be permanent. Life will be without any danger of death, there will be health without any risk of disease. There will be happiness and bliss without any fear of aging. Everywhere there will be happiness, ease, comfort, enjoyment without any pain, worry, hardship or distress.

 

1893. Abu Hurairah (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "The lowest place of any of you in Jannah will be that Allah will tell him to express his wish. He will wish and wish again. Allah will then ask him: `Have you expressed your wish?' He will answer: `Yes, I have.' Allah will say: `You will have what you have wished for and the like thereof along with it.''' [Muslim].

 

1894. Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri (May Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "Allah, the Rubb of honour and glory, will say to the inhabitants of Jannah: `O inhabitants of Jannah!' They will respond: `Here we are! At Your service, O our Rubb. All good is in Your Hand!' He will ask them: `Are you pleased?' They will reply: `Why should we not be pleased, O Rubb, when You have given us what You have not given to any of Your creatures?' Allah will say: `Shall I not give you something better than that?' They will ask: `O Rubb! What can be better than that?' Allah will say: `I shall bestow My Pleasure upon you and I shall never be displeased with you.''' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: The declaration about Allah being pleased with the dwellers of Jannah will certainly be the greatest of the boons and rewards of Jannah.

 

1895. Jarir bin `Abdullah (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: We were sitting with the Messenger of Allah (PBUH) when he looked at the full moon and observed, "You shall see your Rubb in the Hereafter as you are seeing this moon; and you will not feel the slightest inconvenience in seeing Him.'' [Al-Bukhari and Muslim].

 

Commentary: Just as when we witness the moon there is no problem, no rush or troublesome gathering of people and no pushing of one another, the pious will see Allah without any trouble or difficulty. How shall we see Him, we cannot describe this even by any instance or parable. In Surat Ash-Shu`ra', Verse 11, it is said that there is nothing like Him. However, we cannot see Him in this world with these worldly eyes. The reason is that, as Imam Malik says, these eyes are just temporary and they cannot bear the Sight of Allah. This is why the research scholars claim that the Prophet (PBUH) did not actually see Allah during his journey to the heavens; he only talked to Allah by way of Revelation. The saying of `Aishah (May Allah be pleased with her) also proves this contention. However, it would be possible to see Allah in Jannah as everything there will be eternal and indestructible. Similar will be the case with the sight and eyes which will be provided to us there. Such eyes would have the power to see Allah.

 

1896. Suhaib (May Allah be pleased with him) reported: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH) said, "When the inhabitants of Jannah enter Jannah, Allah, the Glorious and Exalted, will say to them: `Do you wish me to give you anything more?' They will reply: `Have You not made our faces bright? Have You not brought us into Jannah and delivered us from the Hell?' And Allah will remove the Veil. The (dwellers of Jannah) will feel that they have not been awarded anything dearer to them than looking at their Rubb.'' [Muslim].

 

Allah, the Exalted, says: "Verily, those who believe and do deeds of righteousness, their Rubb will guide them through their Faith; under them will flow rivers in the Gardens of Delight (Jannah). Their way of request therein will be Subhanaka Allahumma (Glory to You, O Allah!) and Salam (peace, safety from evil) will be their greetings therein (Jannah)! and the close of their request will be: Al-hamdu lillahi Rabbil-`Alamin [All the praises and thanks are to Allah, the Rubb of `Alamin (mankind, jinn and all that exists)].'' (10:9,10)

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Daqa'iqu'l-akhbar fi Dhikri'l-jannati wa'n-nar

By imam 'Amb ar-Rahim ibn Ahmed Al-Qadi, pp 125-6

 

There are 8 gardens:

 

***The first is the Abode of Majesty, and is of white pearl.***

***The second is the Abode of Peace and is of red ruby.***

***The third is the Abode of Shelter, and is of green chrysolite.***

***The fourth is the Garden of Immortality, and is of red and yellow coral.***

***The fifth is the Garden of Bliss, and is of white silver.***

***The sixth is the Garden of Firdaws, and it is of white pearl.***

***The eighth is the Abode of Rest, and it is of red gold, and it is the dome of all gardens, and it is raised over all other gardens.  It has two gates, and the two leaves are of gold and silver.  Between each of the two leaves is what is between the heavens and earth.

It is built of gold and silver bricks.  Its mud is musk and its earth is amber and its straw is saffron.

 

Its castles are of pearl and its rooms are of ruby.

Its doors are of jewels, and it are rivers.

 

There is the River of Mercy which flows in all the gardens, and its pebbles are of pearls, with a white whiter than snow and sweeter than honey.

 

In it is the River of Kawther (Abundance) and it is the river of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWS).  Its trees are pearls and rubies.

 

In it is the River of Kafur (Camphor), and the River of Tasnim (Water coming from above) and the River of Salsabil (Easy to swallow) and the River of ar-Rahiq al-Maktum (Sealed Nectar).

 

Beyond that are special rivers whose number, flavour and texture is only known by Allah.

 

:D

 

You have posted * 8 * gardens, yet only have described seven. Are you talking about the seven heavens?

 

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Asalamu'Alycom!

 

Subhanallah! Thanks for pointing that out. The "eighth" should have been "Seventh". I put 8 instead of 7 by accident.

 

Jazakumallahkher.

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What is Hell ( Jahannam) ?

 

 

[ All about Hell. what, where, how and more. ]

1. Hell is so deep that if a stone were to be thrown into it, it would travel for 70 years to reaching at the bottom.

2. The breadth of each of the four walls around Hell is equivalent to a distance covered by a walking journey of 40 years.

 

3. Hell has 7 gates.

 

4. Hell had been lit for one thousand years until its flames became red. Again it was heated for another thousand years till its colour became white. Still again it was burnt for further thousand years and its white color flames turned pitch black.

 

5. Even the most fierce fire of this world is 70 fold cooler than the fire of Hell.

 

6. The lightest punishment in Hell would be the wearing of "Fiery shoes which would cause one's brain to boil.

 

7. Hell in infested with venomous snakes and scorpions of the size of donkeys and if they were to bite a person then he or she will suffer pain for 40 years.

 

8. For food, the dweller of Hell would be given Zaqqum which is a prickly tree, so bitter, that even if a single molecule of it were to spill onto this earth it would make all the foodstuff of the world bitter and unpalatable.

 

9. For drinking, the denizen of Hell would be provided with hot, boiling pus mixed with blood, matter, urine and tears etc. of the dwellers of Hell. If a bucket of this foul liquid were to be splashed over this earth, the entire world would be upset and disrupted by its most foul stink.

 

10. Boiling water would be poured over Jahannami's head and this will cause their internal organs to melt and leak out through their feet.

 

11.The inmates of Hell would be lashed with heavy clubs of iron. If one such club was to be placed upon this earth, the combined strength of all the human beings, as well as all the Jinns, would fail to lift it; and if a mountain is struck with one of these clubs it would cause the whole mountain to disintegrate.

 

12. The dwellers of Hell would be burnt daily for 70 thousand times. Every time, after the skin and flesh is burnt, they would be restored to life so that they can continuously taste this punishment..

 

13. A drunkard will be given blood, pus, sweat, filth, etc. to drink in Hell.

 

14. All the haughty people will be gathered in the Hereafter and driven towards Hell but their bodies would be reduced to the size of ants and they will be given to consume the excretions of the dwellers of Hell.

 

15. Some sinners would be made to climb " SAUD " which is a mountain of fire in Hell, and then dropped from its peak and climb and dropped from its peak and climb and dropped from its peak and this process would continue forever and ever.

 

16. The dwellers of Hell would be pound in chains which would be greater in length than the distance between the sky and the earth.

 

17. The clothes of sinners in Hell would be highly inflammable.

 

18. Beside physical torture, the dwellers of Hell would also be subjected to mental harassment through the taunting by the guardian of Hell who will remind them of their misdeed on earth and remarks "Now taste the fire" etc.

 

19. The sinners and disbelievers would be humiliate to such an extent that besides their revolting ugliness and pitch black faces, their upper lips would be touching their foreheads and the lower lip dangling around the navel.

 

20. The dwellers of Hell would weep so much and shed so much of tears and blood that furrows would be formed on their cheeks.

 

21. The tongues of Hell-inmates would be so long and protruding from there mouths that others would trample and step on them.

 

22. Shayateen will also rebuke the denizens of Hell.

 

23. The dwellers of Hell would display their rage and fury on those who led them astray.

 

24. The inhabitants of Hell would appeal to the guardians of Jahannam to intercede on their behalf in the court of Allah but their pleas would reject. They would make direct supplication to Allah but their prayers would not be granted.

 

25. They will then abide forever in Hell, continuously lamenting and braying like a***s (jungle animals).

Edited by Abd`Allah

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What is Hell ( Jahannam) ?

 

 

[ All about Hell. what, where, how  and more. ]

1. Hell is so deep that if a stone were to be thrown into it, it would travel for 70 years to reaching at the bottom.

2. The breadth of each of the four walls around Hell is equivalent to a distance covered by a walking journey of 40 years.

 

3. Hell has 7 gates.

 

4. Hell had been lit for one thousand years until its flames became red. Again it was heated for another thousand years till its colour became white. Still again it was burnt for further thousand years and its white color flames turned pitch black.

 

5. Even the most fierce fire of this world is 70 fold cooler than the fire of Hell.

 

6. The lightest punishment in Hell would be the wearing of "Fiery shoes which would cause one's brain to boil.

 

7. Hell in infested with venomous snakes and scorpions of the size of donkeys and if they were to bite a person then he or she will suffer pain for 40 years.

 

8. For food, the dweller of Hell would be given Zaqqum which is a prickly tree, so bitter, that even if a single molecule of it were  to spill onto this earth it would make all the foodstuff of the world bitter and unpalatable.

 

9. For drinking, the denizen of Hell would be provided with hot, boiling pus mixed with blood, matter, urine and tears etc. of the dwellers of Hell. If a bucket of this foul liquid were to be splashed over this earth, the entire world would be upset and disrupted by its most foul stink.

 

10. Boiling water would be poured over Jahannami's head and this will cause their internal organs to melt and leak out through their feet.

 

11.The inmates of Hell would be lashed with heavy clubs of iron. If one such club was to be placed upon this earth, the combined strength of all the human beings, as well as all the Jinns, would fail to lift it; and if a mountain is struck with one of these clubs it would cause the whole mountain to disintegrate.

 

12. The dwellers of Hell would be burnt daily for 70 thousand times. Every time, after the skin and flesh is burnt, they would be restored to life so that they can continuously taste this punishment..

 

13. A drunkard will be given blood, pus, sweat, filth, etc. to drink in Hell.

 

14. All the haughty people will be gathered in the Hereafter and driven towards Hell but their bodies would be reduced to the size of ants and they will be given to consume the excretions of the dwellers of Hell.

 

15. Some sinners would be made to climb " SAUD " which is a mountain of fire in Hell, and then dropped from its peak and climb and dropped from its peak and climb and dropped from its peak and this process would continue forever and ever.

 

16. The dwellers of Hell would be pound in chains which would be greater in length than the distance between the sky and the earth.

 

17. The clothes of sinners in Hell would be highly inflammable.

 

18. Beside physical torture, the dwellers of Hell would also be subjected to mental harassment through the taunting by the guardian of Hell who will remind them of their misdeed on earth and remarks "Now taste the fire" etc.

 

19. The sinners and disbelievers would be humiliate to such an extent that besides their revolting ugliness and pitch black faces, their upper lips would be touching their foreheads and the lower lip dangling around the navel.

 

20. The dwellers of Hell would weep so much and shed so much of tears and blood that furrows would be formed on their cheeks.

 

21. The tongues of Hell-inmates would be so long and protruding from there mouths that others would trample and step on them.

 

22. Shayateen will also rebuke the denizens of Hell.

 

23. The dwellers of Hell would display their rage and fury on those who led them astray.

 

24. The inhabitants of Hell would appeal to the guardians of Jahannam to intercede on their behalf in the court of Allah but their pleas would reject. They would make direct supplication to Allah but their prayers would not be granted.

 

25. They will then abide forever in Hell, continuously lamenting and braying like a***s (jungle animals).

 

 

One word: Wow.

 

That's... well i was gonna say "thats like hell"

but duhhhhhhhhhhhhh

 

haha i know im a loser..

 

but dang that torture is REALLY like to the extreme

 

im so happy ive started to pray >_> [at]@ :D

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good post......i had it emailed to me :D

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as salaamu alaikum,

 

Description of Paradise and Hell in hadith:

 

"http://quraan/index.aspx?tabindex=9&tabid=24&bid=1&cid=41"]quraan/index.aspx?tabindex=...24&bid=1&cid=41[/url]

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Wow, loads of information here. :D :D for sharing everyone.

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