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  • Does Heaven and Hell presently exist or not?
    8613 Traditional
    In accordance with Quranic verses and traditions, the promised Heaven and Hell are presently in existence and will be completely shown in the hereafter where man will be given his everlasting abode in relation to his beliefs, actions, and ethical traits. But, there has been another ...
  • Do all of the prophet’s (pbuh) words and sayings come from revelation?
    4685 Traditional
    The experts have different viewpoints on this issue:Taking into consideration verses 3 and 4 of surah Najm[i], some believe that all of the prophet’s sayings and actions originate from revelation.Others believe that verse 4 of this surah has to do with Quranic verses ...
  • What is your opinion about the numerical miracle of the Qur'an?
    4029 Quranic Studies
    The Quran features many miraculous aspects that are not restricted to eloquence and expressiveness. In fact, one of the miracles which have been claimed for the Quran is numerical miracle which needs further investigation and it is very likely that that we can confidently and firmly ascribe such ...
  • How long has the belief in Wilayatul Faqih existed?
    3846 Laws and Jurisprudence
    The concept of Wilayatul Faqih, taken to mean the leadership of a society under an individual who has reached the rank of ‘Ijtihad’ (Jurisprudence) in Fiqh, is according to some, a new concept in terms of Islamic thought and first originated ...
  • If a woman is divorced and then remarries, then who would be her spouse in the hereafter?
    6031 Traditional
                For a man and a woman who were married to each other in this world, there a several theories regarding their situation in the next world; for example:
  • What are the conditions of Mut'ah (fixed –time marriage)?
    4184 Laws and Jurisprudence
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  • Is it possible to sleep in heaven?
    3708 Traditional
    Sleep is the body’s natural response to fatigue and tiredness, and as the Quran directly says, we know that those who enter paradise never become tired. It is because of this that our hadiths tell us that those in paradise never experience any of the entailments of the ...
  • Do listening to and reciting duas share the same thawab?
    9877 Practical
    Allah (swt) is aware of the inside of His servants, but at the same time, He has said that He likes it when they actually verbalize their needs and supplications and that such entails great rewards. Therefore, it is better not to replace reciting duas with listening to ...
  • How should one resist the temptation to commit sins?
    5684 Practical
    The temptation to commit a sin is a disease like the sin itself. Like all other diseases, protection against this sin involves two stages e.g. prevention and cure. When it comes to the prevention stage, it should be noted that a person can eradicate all those things that may ...
  • Why has God introduced Himself as "Allah" (alif, lām, lām and ha)? Why not another
    3563 Traditional
    This name (Allah) is used for the Necessary Being (wajibul wujud) whose existence is obligatory and pure in all terms. He possesses all the qualities of perfection. To refer to such a being, different and particular words have been coined and used in different languages. For example, "Allah" ...