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    How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

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    As salam alykum...I hope you are all doing well.

    Ok recently, I been having these annoying doubts from shaytan about Allah and the life hear after
    like for example, I know after we leave this world we are burried in a coffen and then shoved into the ground and
    no one ever hear from us again and we don;t hear from them again except through dreams...but
    my question from these stupid doubt is that , how does Allah punish or give peace and happiness if the
    body is perished or being in a car or airplane crash or been burnt or destroyed, how would the
    angles in the grave ask him/her questions if there is no body in the grave? then i tell my self that Allah says
    وَضَرَبَ لَنَا مَثَلًا وَنَسِيَ خَلْقَهُ ۖ قَالَ مَنْ يُحْيِي الْعِظَامَ وَهِيَ رَمِيمٌ
    Ahmed Ali
    And applies comparisons to Us, having forgotten his origin, and says: "Who can put life into decayed bones?"
    but ofcourse Allah is capable of All things without the help of anyone thats why he is known as the Akbar (the great)
    but what bothers me alot is that where does our souls go ,where is jannah and jahanum located is it under the ground since we are going to be there or is it inthe skies?i dont know why some people get mad when i ask these questions ,like i just wana know if quran or hadith says anythign about its locations, so anyways walahi
    im scared of losing my iman and these stupid doubts from shaytan are not leaving me alone and makes me fear death and makes me fear meeting Allah , he tells me Allah will punish me for having doubts and for sinning and u will be in the fire forever so why even pray or memorize quran when udont understand what it says ..please help me thanks.
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

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    As salam alykum...I hope you are all doing well.

    Ok recently, I been having these annoying doubts from shaytan about Allah and the life hear after
    like for example, I know after we leave this world we are burried in a coffen and then shoved into the ground and
    no one ever hear from us again and we don;t hear from them again except through dreams...but
    my question from these stupid doubt is that , how does Allah punish or give peace and happiness if the
    body is perished or being in a car or airplane crash or been burnt or destroyed, how would the
    angles in the grave ask him/her questions if there is no body in the grave? then i tell my self that Allah says
    وَضَرَبَ لَنَا مَثَلًا وَنَسِيَ خَلْقَهُ ۖ قَالَ مَنْ يُحْيِي الْعِظَامَ وَهِيَ رَمِيمٌ
    Ahmed Ali
    And applies comparisons to Us, having forgotten his origin, and says: "Who can put life into decayed bones?"
    but ofcourse Allah is capable of All things without the help of anyone thats why he is known as the Akbar (the great)
    but what bothers me alot is that where does our souls go ,where is jannah and jahanum located is it under the ground since we are going to be there or is it inthe skies?i dont know why some people get mad when i ask these questions ,like i just wana know if quran or hadith says anythign about its locations, so anyways walahi
    im scared of losing my iman and these stupid doubts from shaytan are not leaving me alone and makes me fear death and makes me fear meeting Allah , he tells me Allah will punish me for having doubts and for sinning and u will be in the fire forever so why even pray or memorize quran when udont understand what it says ..please help me thanks.
    Assalam o alaikum rahmatullahi wa Barakatuhu

    You already know that is shaytan. He is trying to make you go astray. No one knows who will go to paradise or hell fire

    Simple just ignore it.

    Read more Quran do dikhr seek refuge with Allah from shaytan. Seek more beneficial knowledge for yourself and next life.

    Be with good company do more good deeds stay away from any evil places . Help your family etc

    Allah knows best

    JazakAllah khair
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    Ok yea it is his whispers and i need good company but no body is interested in religion anymore I mean intrested in talking about it or going to mosque with me or read Qur'an with me and so on.

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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    Assalam o alaikum rahamutullahi wa barkauthu.

    Allah will forgive His servants for their thoughts if they don't pay attention to it nor believing in it / acting upon it. Allah does not put burden beyond a person's scope.

    jazakAllah khair
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

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    As salam alykum...I hope you are all doing well.

    Ok recently, I been having these annoying doubts from shaytan about Allah and the life hear after
    like for example, I know after we leave this world we are burried in a coffen and then shoved into the ground and
    no one ever hear from us again and we don;t hear from them again except through dreams...but
    my question from these stupid doubt is that , how does Allah punish or give peace and happiness if the
    body is perished or being in a car or airplane crash or been burnt or destroyed, how would the
    angles in the grave ask him/her questions if there is no body in the grave? then i tell my self that Allah says
    وَضَرَبَ لَنَا مَثَلًا وَنَسِيَ خَلْقَهُ ۖ قَالَ مَنْ يُحْيِي الْعِظَامَ وَهِيَ رَمِيمٌ
    Ahmed Ali
    And applies comparisons to Us, having forgotten his origin, and says: "Who can put life into decayed bones?"
    but ofcourse Allah is capable of All things without the help of anyone thats why he is known as the Akbar (the great)
    but what bothers me alot is that where does our souls go ,where is jannah and jahanum located is it under the ground since we are going to be there or is it inthe skies?i dont know why some people get mad when i ask these questions ,like i just wana know if quran or hadith says anythign about its locations, so anyways walahi
    im scared of losing my iman and these stupid doubts from shaytan are not leaving me alone and makes me fear death and makes me fear meeting Allah , he tells me Allah will punish me for having doubts and for sinning and u will be in the fire forever so why even pray or memorize quran when udont understand what it says ..please help me thanks.
    Thats a sign that you have Faith and the devil tries to make you be atheist, my best advise for you is whenever you have these evil thoughts which you described, then recite this "I seek refuge from Allah against Satan" in Arabic and try to ignore these evil whispers by doing something that you are intrested in.

    First of, we need to know how these thoughts started to occur, we need to know its roots.

    And second of all, my guesses are that these thoughts came from an atheist that tried to convice you that there is no resurrection day, isnt it? If yes, just ignore that ------- and dont think of what he tells you because he tells you only lies, he wants you to be like him.

    Satan comes to those who are weak and vulnerable Muslims and enters in their heads and play with them like toys. And your imam is very weak and vulneerable, thats why you have these doubts.

    My second advise is: dont listen to Satan's whispers either, because he is trying to make you a loser of Hereafter and occupy yourself with something that will make you forget about Satanic whispers which you have.

    May Allah cure you from doubts
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    @SilentPain

    As others have pointed out that these are only the waswasas from Shaytan. Almost everyone of us have these issues, some have on a smaller scale and others may have on a larger scale. Seems like you are worried about waswasa and that's a very clear sign of faith based on the following hadith of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him):
    It is narrated on the authority of Abu Huraira that some people from amongst the Companions of the Apostle (ﷺ) came to him and said:
    Verily we perceive in our minds that which every one of us considers it too grave to express. He (the Holy Prophet) said: Do you really perceive it? They said: Yes. Upon this he remarked: That is the faith manifest.
    حَدَّثَنِي زُهَيْرُ بْنُ حَرْبٍ، حَدَّثَنَا جَرِيرٌ، عَنْ سُهَيْلٍ، عَنْ أَبِيهِ، عَنْ أَبِي هُرَيْرَةَ، قَالَ جَاءَ نَاسٌ مِنْ أَصْحَابِ النَّبِيِّ صلى الله عليه وسلم فَسَأَلُوهُ إِنَّا نَجِدُ فِي أَنْفُسِنَا مَا يَتَعَاظَمُ أَحَدُنَا أَنْ يَتَكَلَّمَ بِهِ ‏.‏ قَالَ ‏"‏ وَقَدْ وَجَدْتُمُوهُ ‏"‏ ‏.‏ قَالُوا نَعَمْ ‏.‏ قَالَ ‏"‏ ذَاكَ صَرِيحُ الإِيمَانِ ‏"‏ ‏.

    Reference: Sahih Muslim 132 a
    In-book reference: Book 1, Hadith 247
    USC-MSA web (English) reference: Book 1, Hadith 239
    Imam Al-Nawawi said in his commentary on this hadeeth:
    “The Prophet’s words, ‘That is a clear sign of faith’ means, the fact they think of this waswaas as something terrible is a clear sign of faith, for if you dare not utter it and you are so afraid of it and of speaking of it, let alone believing it, this is the sign of one who has achieved perfect faith and who is free of doubt.”
    Shaytaan only whispers to those whom he despairs of tempting, because he is unable to tempt them. As for the non-Muslims, he can approach them in any manner he wants and is not restricted to waswaas, rather he can play with them however he wants. Based on this, what the hadeeth means is that the cause of waswaas is pure faith, or that waswaas is a sign of pure faith. The fact that one hates waswasas and that one's heart recoils from it is a clear sign of faith. Waswaas happens to everyone who turns to Allah by reciting dhikr etc. It is inevitable, but you have to be steadfast and patient, and persevere with your dhikr and prayer, and not give up, because in this way you will ward off the plot of the Shaytaan.
    Indeed, the plot of Satan has ever been weak[Quran 4:76]
    Every time a person wants to turn to Allah, waswaas brings other matters to mind. The Shaytaan is like a bandit: every time a person wants to move towards Allaah, he wants to block the way. Brother @Nitro Zeus has given good advice, that is read أعوذ بالله من الشيطان الرجيم and don't give any importance to waswasas. Someone once mentioned on this forum that waswasas are like unwanted guests and if you start entertaining them, they will keep coming.

    There are also some others things who can do which will help to deal with waswasas:

    1. Seek more Islamic knowledge.
    2. Know who Allah is. Learning meanings of His names and attributes.
    3. Striving to think about what you are saying and doing, pondering the meanings of the Qur'an, dhikr and du’aa’s that you are reciting; bearing in mind that you are conversing with Allah as if you can see Him. For when the worshipper stands to pray, he is speaking to his Lord, and ihsaan means worshipping Allah as if you are seeing Him, and knowing that even though you cannot see Him, He sees you.
    4. Striving to ward off the things that may distract you during prayer, namely thinking about things that are irrelevant or distracting. This is why praying Sunnah before Fard is helpful to guard our Fard prayers. Sunnah before fard are like warming up before you start the actual workout. Sunnahs after fard are like stretching after workout which helps to provide peace to your soul.
    5. Leave company of bad friend, find new ones who are more serious about practicing the religion. If you can't find any in your community, stick to this forum please.
    6. keep on turning to Allah in all situations, and to ask Him for help, and to beseech Him, and to ask Him to make us steadfast until death, and to cause us to die doing righteous deeds.

    ​May Allah help us to sharpen our tools against shaytan and strengthen our Imaan. Ameen!

    Ma'aSalam

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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    Wa alaikum as-salaam wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

    Firstly, I would like to differentiate between a question and a doubt. A question is what we have before we attain knowledge in a certain matter, this is not wrong at all because in the process of getting our questions answered we may gain beneficial knowledge about our religion. If you have a question about anything within the religion of Islam, it's actually your right to have it answered from those who know, may Allah Sunhanahu wa Ta'ala grant us all beneficial knowledge. A doubt, in contrast to a question, is something that arise if we have the knowledge but still don't believe it to be true.

    So, I don't find in your post any doubt, but rather you share some interesting questions. Therefore, I will try to answer your questions to the best of my ability in shaa Allah.

    How does Allah punish or give peace and happiness if the body is perished, or in a car- or airplane crash, or burnt, or destroyed? How would the angles in the grave ask him/her questions if there is nobody in the grave?


    Our souls go through many stages before we reach our final destination (Jennah or Jahannam), what you refer to as "the grave" is actually more properly described as al-Barzakh (the period between a person's death and his resurrection on the Day of Resurrection). Al-Barzakh is generally talked about as "a state" rather than "a place" and every human being will enter this state once they die, regardless of what happens to their physical bodies. If you lived your life trying to please Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala then al-Barzakh will be a pleasant state for you, but if you lived your life in other ways then al-Barzakh will be anywhere from less pleasant to extremely difficult depending on the amount of your sins.

    Al-Barzakh is part of al-Ghayb (the Unseen), which means that we will never be able to comprehend it fully during our time in this life. However, in an attempt to somehow explain the state of al-Barzakh in a way that we may comprehend, scholars give the example of the dream. When you dream, your body in once place but you experience other things very clearly in your mind. Al-Barzakh would be somewhat comparable to this; the dead body is in the grave but the person experience other things very clearly.

    The hadith of the Prophet Muhammad salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam mentioning "the questioning in the grave" is based on what is usually the case (the person being buried), but it doesn't negate the questioning of the person who is not physically in their grave. So if a person is perished, or in a car- or airplane crash, or burnt, or destroyed then that person will still go to al-Barzakh like all the rest of us and the angels will question him there.

    Where is Jannah and Jahannam located, is it under the ground or in the skies?

    The scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wa'l-Jamaa'ah are agreed that Jennah and Jahannam are two created things that exist at present. None of them doubt that because of the volume of evidence from the Qur'an and Sunnah which indicates that. What has also been stated by the scholars is that Jennah is in the seventh heaven and Jahannam is in the lowest level of the earth.

    Ibn Uthaymeen was asked, "Where are Jennah and Jahannam?" He replied, "Jennah is in the highest of 'Illyyeen and Jahannam is in as-Sijjeen, and as-Sijjeen is in the lowest earth, as for Jennah, it is above, in the highest of 'Illyyeen." It is proven from the Prophet salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam that "The Throne of the Lord, Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, is the roof of Jannat al-Firdaws." Fatwa Noor 'ala ad-Darb (4/2)

    Why pray or memorize the Qur'an when you don't understand what it says?

    You actually do get rewarded for reading the Qur'an regardless of whether you understand it or not, and if you learn it's meaning you will have another reward for the learning, and if you recite it in your salah with khushoo' (focus of mind and humility before Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala) then you will have another reward for the prayer. So, instead of letting Shaytan get the best of you, try to look at Islam as a reward system from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala. Whenever you read, recite, memorize or learn something of the Qur'an for the sake of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, no matter how insignificant it may feel to you, there's a reward from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala (and many other benefits for you in this life and the next).
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

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    Wa alaikum as-salaam wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

    Firstly, I would like to differentiate between a question and a doubt. A question is what we have before we attain knowledge in a certain matter, this is not wrong at all because in the process of getting our questions answered we may gain beneficial knowledge about our religion. If you have a question about anything within the religion of Islam, it's actually your right to have it answered from those who know, may Allah Sunhanahu wa Ta'ala grant us all beneficial knowledge. A doubt, in contrast to a question, is something that arise if we have the knowledge but still don't believe it to be true.

    So, I don't find in your post any doubt, but rather you share some interesting questions. Therefore, I will try to answer your questions to the best of my ability in shaa Allah.

    How does Allah punish or give peace and happiness if the body is perished, or in a car- or airplane crash, or burnt, or destroyed? How would the angles in the grave ask him/her questions if there is nobody in the grave?


    Our souls go through many stages before we reach our final destination (Jennah or Jahannam), what you refer to as "the grave" is actually more properly described as al-Barzakh (the period between a person's death and his resurrection on the Day of Resurrection). Al-Barzakh is generally talked about as "a state" rather than "a place" and every human being will enter this state once they die, regardless of what happens to their physical bodies. If you lived your life trying to please Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala then al-Barzakh will be a pleasant state for you, but if you lived your life in other ways then al-Barzakh will be anywhere from less pleasant to extremely difficult depending on the amount of your sins.

    Al-Barzakh is part of al-Ghayb (the Unseen), which means that we will never be able to comprehend it fully during our time in this life. However, in an attempt to somehow explain the state of al-Barzakh in a way that we may comprehend, scholars give the example of the dream. When you dream, your body in once place but you experience other things very clearly in your mind. Al-Barzakh would be somewhat comparable to this; the dead body is in the grave but the person experience other things very clearly.

    The hadith of the Prophet Muhammad salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam mentioning "the questioning in the grave" is based on what is usually the case (the person being buried), but it doesn't negate the questioning of the person who is not physically in their grave. So if a person is perished, or in a car- or airplane crash, or burnt, or destroyed then that person will still go to al-Barzakh like all the rest of us and the angels will question him there.

    Where is Jannah and Jahannam located, is it under the ground or in the skies?

    The scholars of Ahl al-Sunnah wa'l-Jamaa'ah are agreed that Jennah and Jahannam are two created things that exist at present. None of them doubt that because of the volume of evidence from the Qur'an and Sunnah which indicates that. What has also been stated by the scholars is that Jennah is in the seventh heaven and Jahannam is in the lowest level of the earth.

    Ibn Uthaymeen was asked, "Where are Jennah and Jahannam?" He replied, "Jennah is in the highest of 'Illyyeen and Jahannam is in as-Sijjeen, and as-Sijjeen is in the lowest earth, as for Jennah, it is above, in the highest of 'Illyyeen." It is proven from the Prophet salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam that "The Throne of the Lord, Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, is the roof of Jannat al-Firdaws." Fatwa Noor 'ala ad-Darb (4/2)

    Why pray or memorize the Qur'an when you don't understand what it says?

    You actually do get rewarded for reading the Qur'an regardless of whether you understand it or not, and if you learn it's meaning you will have another reward for the learning, and if you recite it in your salah with khushoo' (focus of mind and humility before Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala) then you will have another reward for the prayer. So, instead of letting Shaytan get the best of you, try to look at Islam as a reward system from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala. Whenever you read, recite, memorize or learn something of the Qur'an for the sake of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala, no matter how insignificant it may feel to you, there's a reward from Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala (and many other benefits for you in this life and the next).
    Will our subconscious amswer the questions of Munkar and Nakir? How will time be or pass in Barzakh?

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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nitro Zeus View Post
    Will our subconscious amswer the questions of Munkar and Nakir? How will time be or pass in Barzakh?
    As-salamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

    Firstly, when a human being dies and his soul departs to al-Barzakh, then he is in the first stage of the Hereafter. This means that whatever he experiences of good or bad will keep getting better or worse until he reaches his final destination (Jennah or Jahannam). This also means that the manner in which the person is able to answer the three questions in the grave, asked by Munkar and Nakir, is an indication of where that person is heading in the Hereafter.

    The Prophet Muhammad salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam tells us in a sahih hadith, "When the believing slave departs this world there come to him two angels who makes him sit up and they say to him, 'Who is your Lord?' He says, 'Allah'. They say, 'What is your religion?' He says, 'My religion is Islam'. They say, 'Who is this man who was sent among you?' He says, 'He is the Messenger of Allah salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam'; but when the disbelieving person departs this world there comes to him two angels who makes him sit up and they say to him, 'Who is your Lord?' He says, 'Oh, oh, I don't know.' They say, 'What is your religion?' He says , "Oh, oh, I don't know.'" Narrated by Aby Dawood, 4753; Ahmad 18063. Classed as sahih by al-Albaani in sahih al-Jaami', 1676.

    What we may draw from this is that our ability to answer the questions lies within us if we were a slave of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala in this life and if we weren't then we lack the ability to answer the questions. If you were to name it, then your ability to answer the questions would be found in the level of your iman and the amount of good deeds that you performed in this world.

    To my knowledge, there's no hadith that specifically mentions the way in which we will percieve time in al-Barzakh; however, it's mentioned that the state of al-Barzakh is "from a person's death until the Day of Resurrection" which in and of itself is a clear statement, even though we don't know when that Day will be. It's also mentioned that "the person in al-Barzakh is able to hear those who visit his grave to give salaams", this may indicate that there is some form of connection between the way time passes in this world and the way that we would experience it in al-Barzakh, but there's no clear evidence and Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala knows best about the Unseen.
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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    I would love to read all these answers and i greatly appreciate your efforts and time for replying
    may Allah grant you barakah in your health wealth and time, As i am really busy at the moment
    I will certainly read these answers carefully these weekend insha;'Allah when i am of work. And
    I will respond and act upon whatever is the truth insha"Allah ..

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    JazakAllah Khakr HabibUrrehman Nitro Zeus, Taha and especially Aishah11, May the almighty bless you even with More a such beautiful and beneficial knowledge, I have been Muslim my whole life alhamdulillah but of course with Iman going up and down and I have a very well known scholar as my relative matter fact 2 of them here in my city but I cannot mention their names.. As I don't want to backbite however walahi I wasn't even feeling comfortable asking these questions to them and sometimes they are in a rush or it just feels embracing when they are same or to my age.. Anyways you guys have cleared my misconceptions MAY Allah bless you so much and JazakAllah khair to Aisha for explaining the location of Jannah and jahanum and the grave (al barzakh) subhanAllah. And also regarding the soul I actually ordered the book called (The Soul : The Condition of the Soul of the dead and the Living according to the Book, the Sunnah, The Traditions and the sayings of the scholars
    By Al-Imam Ibn Qayyem al-Jawziah) I have been reading it and it says alot about the souls journey and its proceedings and stages it goes through has anyone heard of this book and I asked a scholar he said it's pretty authentic, I was just wondering if anyone read or reads this book or heard of it. Anyways JazakAllah Khair once again MAY Allah bless u and me and protect us against all forms of evil Ameen..

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    Re: How do I remove Doubts about Allah, Islam, Quran, Hereafter and so on?

    Quote Originally Posted by Aishah11 View Post
    As-salamu alaikum wa rahmatullah wa barakatuh,

    Firstly, when a human being dies and his soul departs to al-Barzakh, then he is in the first stage of the Hereafter. This means that whatever he experiences of good or bad will keep getting better or worse until he reaches his final destination (Jennah or Jahannam). This also means that the manner in which the person is able to answer the three questions in the grave, asked by Munkar and Nakir, is an indication of where that person is heading in the Hereafter.

    The Prophet Muhammad salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam tells us in a sahih hadith, "When the believing slave departs this world there come to him two angels who makes him sit up and they say to him, 'Who is your Lord?' He says, 'Allah'. They say, 'What is your religion?' He says, 'My religion is Islam'. They say, 'Who is this man who was sent among you?' He says, 'He is the Messenger of Allah salla Allahu 'alayhi wa sallam'; but when the disbelieving person departs this world there comes to him two angels who makes him sit up and they say to him, 'Who is your Lord?' He says, 'Oh, oh, I don't know.' They say, 'What is your religion?' He says , "Oh, oh, I don't know.'" Narrated by Aby Dawood, 4753; Ahmad 18063. Classed as sahih by al-Albaani in sahih al-Jaami', 1676.

    What we may draw from this is that our ability to answer the questions lies within us if we were a slave of Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala in this life and if we weren't then we lack the ability to answer the questions. If you were to name it, then your ability to answer the questions would be found in the level of your iman and the amount of good deeds that you performed in this world.

    To my knowledge, there's no hadith that specifically mentions the way in which we will percieve time in al-Barzakh; however, it's mentioned that the state of al-Barzakh is "from a person's death until the Day of Resurrection" which in and of itself is a clear statement, even though we don't know when that Day will be. It's also mentioned that "the person in al-Barzakh is able to hear those who visit his grave to give salaams", this may indicate that there is some form of connection between the way time passes in this world and the way that we would experience it in al-Barzakh, but there's no clear evidence and Allah Subhanahu wa Ta'ala knows best about the Unseen.
    agreed.
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