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Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahee wa Barakatu

 

 

There was an enemy of Islam among the Mushriks of Makkah during the lifetime of the Prophet. He is known as a stern enemy of the Prophet.

 

Although, this person was a great evil enemy of Islam and a staunch opponent of the Prophet, Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala will grant him a reward in the afterlife for a specific good deed he did. This shows that Allah even rewards the most evil enemy of Islam for a good deed.

 

Questions:

 

1. Who is the enemy of Islam who will receive a reward although he is in Hellfire for eternity?

2. What reward or mercy will he receive for the good deed that he did in this world?

3. What did the enemy of Islam do that caused Allah to bestow on him this clemency?

 

This question is important, because if this scum gets such a reward and clemency, then we should never give hope for ourselves with regards to the Rahmah of Allah.

 

I am planning to leave this question for one week, before I give you the answers.

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Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahee wa Barakatu

 

 

There was an enemy of Islam among the Mushriks of Makkah during the lifetime of the Prophet. He is known as a stern enemy of the Prophet.

 

Although, this person was a great evil enemy of Islam and a staunch opponent of the Prophet, Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala will grant him a reward in the afterlife for a specific good deed he did. This shows that Allah even rewards the most evil enemy of Islam for a good deed.

 

Questions:

 

1. Who is the enemy of Islam who will receive a reward although he is in Hellfire for eternity?

2. What reward or mercy will he receive for the good deed that he did in this world?

3. What did the enemy of Islam do that caused Allah to bestow on him this clemency?

 

This question is important, because if this scum gets such a reward and clemency, then we should never give hope for ourselves with regards to the Rahmah of Allah.

 

I am planning to leave this question for one week, before I give you the answers.

 

1. Abū Lahab

2. his torment will be lessened the space between a thumb and index finger

3. He freed a slave

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Assalamu Alaykum wa Rahmatullahee wa Barakatu

 

 

There was an enemy of Islam among the Mushriks of Makkah during the lifetime of the Prophet. He is known as a stern enemy of the Prophet.

 

Although, this person was a great evil enemy of Islam and a staunch opponent of the Prophet, Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala will grant him a reward in the afterlife for a specific good deed he did. This shows that Allah even rewards the most evil enemy of Islam for a good deed.

 

Questions:

 

1. Who is the enemy of Islam who will receive a reward although he is in Hellfire for eternity?

2. What reward or mercy will he receive for the good deed that he did in this world?

3. What did the enemy of Islam do that caused Allah to bestow on him this clemency?

 

This question is important, because if this scum gets such a reward and clemency, then we should never give hope for ourselves with regards to the Rahmah of Allah.

 

I am planning to leave this question for one week, before I give you the answers.

 

But we should take into account that is based on a dream of "Alabbas / Auroah" and the prophet has no narration about that......

 

1- Abu_lahab

2- his torment will be reduced on Mondays

3- He set free a maid "Thoyabah", when his brother Abdullah, the prophet father, been born  

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Answers:

 

 

1. The enemy of Allah was Abu Lahab

2. He is allowed to receive a few drops of cooling water.

3. He freed a slave-girl.

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Assalamu Alaykum

 

It needs to be mentioned that there is no reduction of his punishment, but his punishment is slightly less severe compared to others such as Abu Jahl and the wife of Abu Lahab. He will not benefit from the reward, because the drop of water does not improve his situation at all. The deeds of the disbelievers are null and void, but his deed caused him to be in a better position than Abu Jahl. The reward is just in comparison to folks like Abu Jahl and Fir'awn. His situation is still much worse than the situation of Abu Taalib. He still has to eat from Zaqqum and all the horrendous torments will make him suffer tremendously.

 

I should have mentioned that the information about this thing is from a dream of a righteous person, but not a direct saying of the Prophet.

 

Please, read this for more information:

 

http://islamqa.com/en/139986

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But we should take into account that is based on a dream of "Alabbas / Auroah" and the prophet has no narration about that......

 

1- Abu_lahab

2- his torment will be reduced on Mondays

3- He set free a maid "Thoyabah", when his brother Abdullah, the prophet father, been born  

‘Urwah ibn al-Zubayr narrated a long hadeeth and mentioned Thuwayba, the first wet-nurse of the beloved Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon him) and slavewoman of his cruel uncle, Abu Lahab.  ‘Urwah adds a note at the end of his narration, saying:

“And Thuwayba was the freed slave of Abu Lahab. Abu Lahab freed her, and then she nursed the Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him).  So when Abu Lahab died [in disbelief], he was shown to someone in his family [in a dream] in the most wretched of conditions, and [that relative – they say it was ‘Abbas] said to him: ‘What did you find [after death]?’ So Abu Lahab replied, ‘I didn’t find [any rest] since I left you all, except that I was given to drink *this little amount* because of my freeing Thuwayba.'” [al-Bukhari, Saheeh]

On the day the Prophet (peace be upon him) was born, Thuwayba rushed to her master Abu Lahab in joy and said, “Have you heard?!  Aminah has just given birth to a son, for your brother Abdullah!” As was the custom of Arabs to show generosity at receiving good news, and since this was the newborn son (peace be upon him) of his recently deceased brother, Abu Lahab gestured with his thumb and forefinger, saying to Thuwayba, “Go, for you are free.”  For this, his punishment in the Hereafter is lessened by a small sip of water equal to what could be held in the small curve of flesh at the base of the thumb till the forefinger [‘Abdur-Razzaq, Mussanaf].

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