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Is it true that on the day of judgement you will be next to whoever you love,for eg. If someone loves a tv star they will be next to them.could you tell me the hadith which has this

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Answer Yes, it is true. Nabi (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) said, ?A person will be with whom he/she loves.? This Hadith of Nabi (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) was said in the context of a person going to Jannat. However, it could refer to people of hell as well. Therefore, tv stars are generally non-Muslims who are heading… read more »

Will men and women be allowed to be friends in Jannah? will we be able to be friends in Jannah if we are both good muslims and given our books in our right hands on the day of judgement?

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I am a new revert man and the girl who helped me revert and is a dear friend has said she must cut off our friendship because she is marrying now and her fiance’s family is quite strict. will we be able to be friends in Jannah if we are both good muslims and given… read more »

On the Day of Judgement, the followers of Muhammad-ur-Rasoolullah s.a.w.s. will get a drink of “Kauser” from his hands, how about the followers of other Prophets?

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Will they suffer of thirst along with the Mushrikeen/Munafiqeen of the Ummat of Rasullah s.a.w.s. or would they have a different system? Answer In a Hadith recorded in Mishkaat, pg.493, Rasulullah (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam) had mentioned, ‘Every Nabi (Alayhis salaam) will have his pond/fountain. From his houdh, he will give drink to his followers.’ and… read more »

Assalamoalaikum Respected Mufti Sahab! Very recently I was discussing with my friends that what flexibility does Islam offers in fulfilling Allah’s orders.

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It was believed that Islam offers very strict rules, which nowadays are impossible or at least very difficult to follow. I have heard from speeches of ulemas and in books that quoted a hadith that said that Allah swt will forgive all sins except for zina and loanFrom another hadith it was quoted that, all… read more »

On the day of Judgement will Allah swt allow a group of people from each of the three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam to enter Junnah?

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I have heard this in the past, that on Judgement day Allah swt will allow a group from all three monotheistic religions to enter Junnah but I am not sure if this is correct. Answer The followers of all prophets during their period of prophethood will enter Jannah. Upon prophethood of Muhammad (Sallallaahu Alayhi Wasallam),… read more »