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The torments of the grave will expiate for the believer’s sayi’aat (bad deeds)

June 12, 2014 | By islamqalive | No Comments | Filed in: Torment and Blessing in the Grave.

Will the Muslim benefit from the trials of the grave by having his sayi’aat (bad deeds) reduced or wiped out?   Praise be to Allaah. One aspect of the bounty of Allaah towards this ummah is that He has created means of expiation before people are brought to account. Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah • Read More »

What is al-barzakh?

June 12, 2014 | By islamqalive | No Comments | Filed in: Torment and Blessing in the Grave.

What is Barzakh? Please explain in details. also I would like to know what kind of punishment is there on which sins?   Praise be to Allaah. What is meant by al-barzakh is the period between a person’s death and his resurrection on the Day of Resurrection. Whoever dies as a Muslim, obeying Allaah, will • Read More »

Have some people already been brought to account and admitted to Paradise or Hell?

June 12, 2014 | By islamqalive | No Comments | Filed in: Torment and Blessing in the Grave.

When does the reckoning begin? Is it when one is lowered into the grave or on the Day of Resurrection? We know that there are some people who have entered Paradise like the hairdresser of Pharaoh’s daughters, and Ja’far ibn Abi Taalib and ‘Abd-Allaah ibn Rawaahah, and that there are some people who have entered • Read More »

Good deeds appear in the form of a man in the grave

June 12, 2014 | By islamqalive | No Comments | Filed in: Belief in the Last Day and the Signs of the Hour, Da'eef (weak) hadeeths, Saheeh (sound) hadeeths, The Signs of the Hour, Torment and Blessing in the Grave.

How sound is this hadeeth? “When a person dies, whilst his relatives are busy with his funeral rites, a very handsome man stands at the head of the deceased and when the body is shrouded, that man comes in between the shroud and chest of the deceased, and after the burial, the people go back • Read More »