The Sharia Laws of Islam

Behind the Glittering of the Market

Behind the Glittering of the Market

How do we feel about the market? Do we love it excessively? Do we feel immense pleasure and like to stay in it? Are we one of those people who are often and fond of entering and spending our time in it?

Before answering those questions, a muslim man and woman should know that he or she shouldn’t love or hate something based on his/her desire. Instead, he/she should love or hate something because of Allah the Glorified and Exalted. He/she should love what Allah loves, and hate what Allah hates. A muslim also should love anything that could bring him closer to Allah the Glorified and Exalted, and hate anything that could drive him away from Him.
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Is the torment of the grave only for disbelievers?

Is the torment of the grave only for disbelievers?

Question:

Is the torment of the grave will afflict muslims who did evildoing or is it only for disbelievers?

Answer:
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Are the Paradise and The Hell already existed?

Are the Paradise and The Hell already existed?

Question:

Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Shalih al Uthaymeen was asked:

Are the paradise and the hell already existed?

Answer:
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Is the Torment in grave afflicted on body or on spirit?

Is the Torment in grave afflicted on body or on spirit?

Question:

Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Shalih al Uthaymeen was asked:

Is the torment in grave afflicted on body or on spirit?

Answer:

Basically, the torment in grave will be afflicted on spirits, because punishment after death is for the spirits. Whereas bodies are just empty carcasses. Thus, bodies of the death are no longer in need of foods to sustain its living; no longer in need of foods and drinks, rather, it decomposed in no time inside the earth.
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Torments of the Grave for the believers

Torments of the Grave for the believers

Question:

Sheikh Muhammad Ibn Shalih al Uthaymeen once was asked,

“Is the torment of the grave for believers who did evil doings could be lightened?”

Answer:

Yes, sometimes it could be lightened / lessened, because the Prophet -peace and prayer of Allah be upon him- ever passed by two graves, and said,

“Truly, both of the dwellers of these grave are being tormented, due to major reasons, indeed, major reasons, one of them is being tormented because he didn’t clean himself when urinated, or he said, ‘he didn’t shun himself from others when urinated’, and the other is being tormented because he was fond of pitting/causing slander.’. Then he took a wet frond and divided it into two, and sticked onto each grave one part, and said, “May their torments been lightened as long as the frond hasn’t dried yet.” [1]
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