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    Assalamu alaikum,

    I heard that the soul has a little connection to the body after death.

    If I die as a Muslim in a non Muslim country and the doctors would want to take my body for medical examination to see its cause, will I feel whatever the doctors are doing to my body??
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    Re: What does this mean?

    I am no expert, but I doubt you would feel anything.
    Beside, as far as I know, even muslim do such examination when something evil is suspected or the situation of death is not clear.

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    Re: What does this mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Assalamu alaikum,

    I heard that the soul has a little connection to the body after death.

    If I die as a Muslim in a non Muslim country and the doctors would want to take my body for medical examination to see its cause, will I feel whatever the doctors are doing to my body??
    W/Salam,

    Brother, You seem to worry too much about things which you have no control over. One would think the pain from autopsy would pale in comparison to the pain of being eaten from inside by worms and bugs in the grave.
    Scientifically speaking, you cannot feel anything or react to anything after death because your brain is no long active. You only feel pain when you are alive, when you are dead your nervous system shuts down so the impulses don't travel to the rest of your body and you don't feel any pain.

    From Islamic point of view, one can still feel the torment of hell even if the body is all decomposed and become dust. How does that happen, Allah knows best because it is matter of unseen for us. May Allah save us from punishment of grave and hell fire. Ameen!




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