According to the Quran
When you Burred in the Grave
The Angle will come and ask you Questions
Like who is Your God?
What is your Book?
What do you think of the man (mean prophet Mohamed pub)
and Of course unless that is believe deep down inside of you you won't be able to answer them
then They ask you about what you was Dion in Life?
Then They Let you see your place in heaven if you going to it
or your place in hell if you going there
and there is more and more information this is just a brief
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You will go to another dimension called Kazakh.
There, you will be questioned by angels about your life.
If you were good, Ur grave will be wide and full of comfort.
But if you were bad, the grave will be narrow and full of nasty stuff.
So, be nice to everyone,okay?
May Allah bless your soul.
It does not state in the Qur'an what happens immediately after death, but the Eadith's (i.e. prophet Muhammad's sayings and doings) do. Depending on whether God considers you a believer or a disbeliever, your death will be different. Here is something i wrote to describe death in detail: hope you enjoy it.
The Death of A Believer
When a believer is leaving this world and entering the next, angels from the heavens descend to him, their faces white with brightness like the sun, carrying with them burial sheets and scents from Paradise. Their numbers cover the horizon, as far as the eye can see. Then the Angel of Death comes to the person and says: ?O good soul, come out to your Lord?s forgiveness and pleasure.? Subsequently, the soul flows out of the body like water flowing from the mouth of a water-skin, and all of the angels between the sky and the earth supplicate God to bless this soul. The Angel of Death barely receives the soul in his hands when the other angels take it from him and wrap it with fragrant winding sheets.
There exudes from the soul a scent like the most beautiful fragrance of musk that one could find on the face of the earth. Then, the angels ascend with the soul, never passing a host of angels without hearing them ask, ?Who is this wonderful soul?? They reply, ?So-and-so, the son of so-and-so,? addressing him with the best names he was known by during his earthly life. Upon reaching the first heaven, the angels request that its doors be opened. Their request will be granted and the keepers of these doors will plead God to let this soul pass in front of them as it is being carried upward. The soul is then accompanied by the angels of each heaven until it reaches the one above it, and finally arrives at the seventh heaven.
Then God, the Mighty and Majestic says, ?Place the record of My servant in ?Illyyun (a high place).? After this is done, it will be said, ?Return him to the earth, for verily I have promised mankind that having created them from the earth I will return them to it. And I will make them come out of it, yet another time.? Then the soul is returned to the earth, back into its body. This is how the deceased hears the shuffling feet of his companions who attend his burial as they turn away and leave his grave. Then, two angels, severe in interrogation, come to the dead person and begin asking him questions. They ask, ?Who is your Lord?? And the believer replies, ?God is my Lord.? They continue, ?What is your religion?? He answers, ?Islam is my religion.? They proceed with the questioning, asking, ?Who is this man that has been sent to you?? He responds, ?He is Muhammad, the Messenger of God.? Finally, they ask him about his deeds, to which he replies, ?I read God?s Book and believed in it.? A voice from the heavens is then heard saying, ?My servant has told the truth, so clothe him in the clothing of Paradise; spread for him the furnishings of Paradise; and open for him a window with a view of Paradise.?
So the believer gets engulfed by a breeze of fresh air and fragrance, while the expanse of his grave is extended before him to as far as the eye can see. Then, he sees the castle he will live in. After, a man emitting a splendid fragrance, with a wonderful face, appears before this soul and says, ?Rejoice for I bear you glad tidings. Rejoice at God?s pleasure and His Paradise, whose joys and delights never end. This is the day which you were promised.? The deceased will say to him, ?And who are you, for your face bears good tidings?? The man will answer, ?I am the embodiment of your good deeds. By God, I have always known you to be quick in His obedience and slow in His disobedience. So may God bless you with a good reward.? Then two doors are opened one to Paradise, and one to Hell, where it will be said to the believer, ?This,? referring to the door that looks upon Hell, ?would have been your final abode had you disobeyed God; however, it has been exchanged for this other abode,? referring to the door that looks upon Paradise. When the dead person sees what is in Paradise, he will cry: ?My Lord, hasten the arrival of the Hour so that I may be joined with my family and wealth.? And so it will be said to him, ?Rest in Peace.?
The Death of A Disbeliever
When a disbeliever is about to leave this world and enter the next, angels, powerful and ruthless, descend to him from the heavens; their faces are black, and they carry with them coarse strips of clothe from Hell. Their numbers cover the horizon, as far as the eye can see. Then the Angel of Death arrives and says, ?O foul soul, come out to the anger and wrath of your Lord.? So the soul inside the disbeliever?s body is overcome by a terrible fear, and the Angel of Death violently pulls it out like Miltie-pronged skewers being yanked out of wet wool ? tearing with them the arteries and nerves. The Angel of Death barely receives the soul in his hands when the other angels grasp it from him and wrap it up in coarse clothes. There emits from it the foulest odor that could be found on the face of the earth.
The soul is then cursed by every angel between the heavens and the earth, as well as by those inside the heavens. They ascend with the soul, never passing a host of angels without being asked, ?Who is this foul soul?? They reply, ?So-and-so, the son of so-and-so,? using the worst names by which he was known in this world. When they arrive at the lowest heaven, they request that its gates be opened, but their request is denied, and every guard at these doors begs God that this soul be not carried up in front of him. That is what is meant by God?s saying: ?The gates of Heaven will not be open to those who rejected Our revelations and arrogantly spurned them; even if a thick rope were to pass through the eye of a needle they would not enter the Garden. This is how We punish those who do evil.?
Then God, the Mighty and Majestic, says to the angels, ?Place his record in Sijjin (in the lowest heaven). Return My servant to the earth, for verily I have promised mankind that having created them from the earth, I will return them to it. And will make them come out of it, yet another time.? Upon this command, the deceased soul is thrown down from the sky and lands in its body. ?Devote yourselves to God and assign Him no partners, for the person who does so is like someone who has been hurled down from the skies and snatched up by the birds or flung to a distant place by the wind.?
Then, the disbeliever hears the sound of his companions footsteps as they turn away from his grave. After that, two angels, severe in interrogation, come to him and begin asking him questions, ?Who is your Lord?? And he answers, ?I do not know.? They continue: ?What is your religion?? He replies, ?I do not know.? So they ask, ?Then what do you say about this man who was sent to you?? The disbeliever does not appear to understand who they are referring to, so it is said to him, ?Muhammad.? Again he says, ?I do not know. I only heard people talking about him.? Then it will be said to him, ?You did not know and you did not read!? So a voice from the heavens is heard, ?He has lied! So spread a place for him in the Fire and open for him a window to the Fire.? The searing hot winds of Hell engulf him while his grave closes in upon him.
Then a person with an ugly face and ugly clothing, exuding a foul odor, comes to him. He will say, ?I bear you tidings of evil; this is the day which you were promised!? The deceased then says, ?May God give you evil tidings as well! Who are you, for yours is a face which portends evil?? The man will say, ?I am the embodiment of your evil deeds. By God, I have always known you to be slow in God?s obedience and quick in His disobedience. May God reward you with evil!? Then two doors are opened, one to Paradise, and one to Hell, where it will be said to the disbeliever, ?This,? referring to the door that looks upon Paradise, ?would have been your final abode had you obeyed God; however, it has been exchanged for this other abode,? referring to the door that looks upon Hell.? Then a person who is deaf, dumb, and blind, carrying an iron rod, is sent to the deceased. If he were to strike a mountain with that rod, the mountain would disintegrate into rubble. He will strike the disbeliever with a blow, turning him into dust. He will then regenerate and be struck a second time. This causes him to scream so loudly that his shriek is heard by all of God?s creations, except mankind and jinn on earth. Then a door to the Fire will be opened and bed dings of Fire are spread for him. The disbeliever will cry, ?Lord, do not establish the Hour! Lord, do not establish the Hour!?
Life after death cannot be fathomed by the human mind. Books that talks about it are just stories created by dreamers. In the afterlife there will be no skin color so there will be no race, there will only be God and his angels so there will be no religion, There will be no leaders to dictate on you so there will be genuine freedom, there will be no marriage, no husbands and wives, so there will be no obligations, there will be no sex and discrimination so there is no need to desire for virgins, there will be no envy and hatred so there will be no wars, there will be no lands to own so there will be nothing to conquer, there will be no flesh but spirit so there will be no distinction and persecution, there will be no problems so there will be peace, there will be God in his many mansions so you know you are in paradise and that is the heaven that everyone is seeking but cannot find. The rest are fallacy. read the Bible. It's all there. Or a lot of us just don't really understand.
Muslims believe that the present life is a trial in preparation for the next realm of existence. When a Muslim dies, he or she is washed and wrapped in a clean, white cloth (usually by a family member) and buried after a special prayer, preferably the same day. Muslims consider this a final service that they can do for their relatives and an opportunity to remember that their own existence here on earth is brief.
The question of whether there is life after death does not fall under the jurisdiction of science, as science is concerned only with classification and analysis of sense data. Moreover, man has been busy with scientific inquiries and research, in the modern sense of the term, only for the last few centuries, while he has been familiar with the concept of life after death since time immemorial.
All the Prophets of God called their people to worship God and to believe in life after death. They laid so much emphasis on the belief in life after death that even a slight doubt in it meant denying God and made all other beliefs meaningless.
The very fact that all the Prophets of God have dealt with this metaphysical question of life after death so confidently and so uniformly - the gap between their ages in some cases, being thousands of years - goes to prove that the source of their knowledge of life after death as proclaimed by them all, was the same, i.e. Divine revelation.
We also know that these Prophets of God were greatly opposed by their people, mainly on the issue of life after death, as their people thought it impossible. But in spite of opposition, the Prophets won many sincere followers.
The question arises: what made those followers forsake the established beliefs, traditions and customs of their forefathers, notwithstanding the risk of being totally alienated from their own community? The simple answer is: they made use of their faculties of mind and heart and realized the truth.
Did they realize the truth through perceptual consciousness? They could?t, as perceptual experience of life after death is impossible. God has given man besides perceptual consciousness, rational, aesthetic and moral consciousness too. It is this consciousness that guides man regarding realities that cannot be verified through sensory data. That is why all the Prophets of God while calling people to believe in God and life after death, appeal to the aesthetic, moral and rational consciousness of man.
For example, when the idolaters of Makkah denied even the possibility of life after death, the Quran exposed the weakness of their stand by advancing very logical and rational arguments in support of it:
And he (i.e. man) presents for Us an example (i.e. attempting to establish the finality of death) and forgets his [own] creation. He says, ?Who will give life to bones while they are disintegrated?? Say, ?He will give them life who produced them the first time; and He is, of all creation, Knowing.? [It is] He who made for you from the green tree, fire, and then from it you ignite. Is not He who created the heavens and the earth Able to create the likes of them? Yes, [it is so]; and He is the Knowing Creator. (Quran, 36:78-81)
On another occasion, the Quran very clearly says that the disbelievers have no sound basis for their denial of life after death. It is based on pure conjecture:
And they say, ?There is not but our worldly life; we die and live (i.e. some people die and others live, replacing them) and nothing destroys us except time.? And they have of that no knowledge; they are only assuming. And when Our verses are recited to them as clear evidences, their argument is only that they say, ?Bring [back] our forefathers, if you should be truthful.? Say, ?God causes you to live, then causes you to die; then He will assemble you for the Day of Resurrection, about which there is no doubt,? but most of the people do not know. (Quran, 45:24-26)
Surely God will raise all the dead. But God has His own plan of things. A day will come when the whole universe will be destroyed and then the dead will be resurrected to stand before God. That day will be the beginning of a life that will never end, and on that day every person will be rewarded by God according to his or her good or evil deeds.
The explanation that the Quran gives about the necessity of life after death is what the moral consciousness of man demands. Actually, if there is no life after death, the very belief in God becomes meaningless or even if one believes in God, it would be n unjust and indifferent God, having once created man and now not being concerned with his fate.
Surely, God is just. He will punish the tyrants, whose crimes are beyond count - having tortured and killed hundreds or thousands of innocent people, created great corruption in society, enslaved numerous persons to serve their whims, etc., because man has a very short life span in this world and because numerous individuals are affected by one?s actions, adequate punishments and rewards are not possible in this life. The Quran very emphatically states that the Day of Judgment must come and that God will decide the fate of each soul according to his or her record of deeds:
But those who disbelieve say, ?The Hour (i.e. the Day of Judgment) will not come to us.? Say, ?Yes, by my Lord, it will surely come to you. [God is] the Knower of the unseen.? Not absent from Him is an atom?s weight within the heavens or within the earth or [what is] smaller than that or greater, except that it is in a clear register - That He may reward those who believe and do righteous deeds. Those will have forgiveness and noble provision. But those who strive against Our verses [seeking] to cause failure (i.e. to undermine their credibility) - for them will be a painful punishment of foul nature. (Quran, 34:3-5)
The Day of Resurrection will be the Day when God?s attributes of Justice and Mercy will be in full manifestation. God will shower His mercy on those who suffered for His sake in the worldly life, believing that an eternal bliss was awaiting them. But those who abused the bounties of God, caring nothing for the life to come, will be in the most miserable state. Drawing a comparison between them, the Quran says:
Then is he whom We have promised a good promise which he will meet [i.e. obtain] like he for whom We provided enjoyment of worldly life [but] then he is, on the Day of Resurrection, among those presented [for punishment in Hell]? (Quran, 28:61)
The Quran also states that this worldly life is a preparation for the eternal life after death. But those who deny it become slaves of their passions and desires, making fun of virtuous and God-conscious persons.
Such persons realize their folly only at the time of their death and wish to be given a further chance in the world but in vain. Their miserable state at the time of death, and the horror of the Day of Judgment, and the eternal bliss guaranteed to the sincere believers are very clearly and beautifully mentioned in the following verses of the Quran:
[For such is the state of the disbelievers], until, when death comes to one of them, he says, ?My Lord, send me back that I might do righteousness in that which I left behind (i.e. in that which I neglected).? No! It is only a word he is saying; and behind them is a barrier until the Day they are resurrected. So when the Horn is blown, no relationship will there be among them that Day, nor will they ask about one another. And those whose scales are heavy [with good deeds] - it is they who are the successful. But those whose scales are light - those are the ones who have lost their souls, [being] in Hell, abiding eternally. The Fire will sear their faces, and they therein will have taut smiles (i.e. their lips having been contracted by scorching until the teeth are exposed). (Quran, 23:99-104)
The belief in life after death not only guarantees success in the Hereafter but also makes this world full of peace and happiness by making individuals most responsible and dutiful in their activities.
Think of the people of Arabia before the arrival of the Prophet Muhammad . Gambling, wine, tribal feuds, plundering and murdering were their main traits when they had no belief in life after death. But as soon as they accepted the belief in the One God and life after death they became the most disciplined nation of the world. They gave up their vices, helped each other in hours of need, and settled all their disputes on the basis of justice and equality. Similarly the denial of life after death has its consequences not only in the Hereafter but also in this world. When a nation as a whole denies it, all kinds of evils and corruption become rampant in that society and ultimately it is destroyed.
The Quran mentions the terrible end of Aad, Thamud and the Pharaoh in some detail:
[The tribes of] Thamud and Aad denied the Striking Calamity [i.e. the Resurrection]. So as for Thamud, they were destroyed by the overpowering [blast]. And as for Aad, they were destroyed by a screaming, violent wind which He [i.e. God] imposed upon them for seven nights and eight days in succession, so you would see the people therein fallen as if they were hollow trunks of palm trees. Then do you see of them any remains? And there came Pharaoh and those before him and the overturned cities (i.e. those to which Lot was sent) with sin. And they disobeyed the messenger of their Lord, so He seized them with a seizure exceeding [in severity]. Indeed, when the water overflowed, We carried you [i.e. your ancestors] in the sailing ship (i.e. which was constructed by Noah). That We might make it for you a reminder and [that] a conscious ear would be conscious of it. (Quran, 69:4-12)
Events of the Day of Judgment
God states in the Quran about the events of the Day of Judgment:
Then when the Horn is blown with one blast, and the earth and the mountains are lifted and leveled with one blow [i.e. stroke] - Then on that Day, the Occurrence [i.e. Resurrection] will occur, And the heaven will split [open], for that Day it is infirm (i.e. weak, enfeebled and unstable). And the angels are at its edges. And there will bear the Throne of your Lord above them, that Day, eight [of them]. That Day, you will be exhibited [for judgment]; not hidden among you is anything concealed (i.e. any person or any secret you might attempt to conceal). So as for he who is given his record in his right hand, he will say, ?Here, read my record! Indeed, I was certain that I would be meeting my account.? So he will be in a pleasant life - In an elevated Garden, Its [fruit] to be picked hanging near. [They will be told], ?Eat and drink in satisfaction for what you put forth (i.e. literally, advanced in anticipation of reward in the Hereafter) in the days past.? But as for he who is given his record in his left hand, he will say, ?Oh, I wish I had not been given my record, and had not known what is my account. I wish it [i.e. my death] had been the decisive one (i.e. ending life rather than being the gateway to eternal life). My wealth has not availed me. Gone from me is my authority.? [God will say], ?Seize him and shackle him. Then into Hellfire drive him. Then into a chain whose length is seventy cubits insert him.? Indeed, he did not used to believe in God, the Most Great. (Quran, 69:13-33)
The Prophet Muhammad taught that three things continue to benefit a [believing] person even after death - charity which he had given (which continues to benefit others), beneficial knowledge which he had left behind (i.e. authored or taught), and supplication on his behalf by a righteous child (Narrated by Saheeh Muslim).
Thus, there are very convincing reasons to believe in life after death:
1) All the Prophets of God have called their people to believe in it.
2) Whenever a human society is built on the basis of this belief, it has been the most ideal and peaceful society, free of social and moral evils.
3) History bears witness that whenever this belief is rejected collectively by a group of people in spite of the repeated warning of the Prophet, the group as a whole has been punished by God even in this world.
4) Moral, aesthetic and rational faculties of man endorse the possibility of the life after death.
5) God?s attributes of Justice and Mercy have no meaning if there is no life after death.
A Muslim should be buried with the foot of the grave facing towards Mecca. In Islam, the soul's fate is completely contingent on what the individual did during his lifetime. No one will have a second chance.
The soul will be judged on Qiyamah (Day of Judgment aka Day of Standing Up, Day of Separation, Day of Reckoning, Day of Awakening ). Until Qiyahmah, deceased souls remain in their graves awaiting the resurrection. However, they begin to feel immediately a taste of their destiny to come. Those bound for Jahnam (Hell) will suffer in their graves, while those bound for Jannah (Heaven) will be in peace until that time. Qiyahmah is described as passing over Hell on a narrow bridge in order to enter Paradise. Those who fall, weighted by their bad deeds, will remain in Hell forever.
Jahnam has seven doors (Qur'an 39:71; 15:43) leading to a fiery crater of various levels, the lowest of which contains the tree Zaqqum and a cauldron of boiling pitch. The level of Jahnam depends on the degree of offenses. Suffering is both physical and spiritual.
Being a Muslim does not keep one out of Hell, but it is not clear whether Muslims remain in Hell forever. Non-Muslims (Fair), however, will be punished eternally.
Allah will remove from Hell those believers whose sins were not forgiven nor atoned for by good deeds in their lifetimes, and they will then enter Jannah. The remaining inhabitants of Jahanam will stay there eternally.
The Qur'an specifies two exceptions to this general rule: (1) Warriors who die fighting in the cause of God are ushered immediately to God's presence (2:159 and 3:169), and (2) "enemies of Islam" are sentenced immediately to Jahnam upon death.
But those who believe and do good deeds, We will admit them to Jannah (gardens) in which rivers flow, lasting in them forever...? 4:57. Jannah, is a place of physical and spiritual pleasure, with lofty mansions (39:20, 29:58-59), delicious food and drink (52:22, 52:19, 38:51), and virgin companions called houris (56:17-19, 52:24-25, 76:19, 56:35-38, 37:48-49, 38:52-54, 44:51-56, 52:20-21). There are seven levels (17:46, 23:88, 41:11, 65:12).
For those that follow the believe in the oneness of Allah and do good works, Allah has prepared an everlasting Paradise. Anyone who follows and believes this may enter Paradise - Muslims, Christians, Jews, and others. Muslims believe that this world is their one and only chance to earn this gift. Life involves preparing the soul to become worthy to pass through death, which is a transition, and progress to eternity in Paradise. Allah will judge each person according to his or her beliefs and acts during this life. Each person will be judged according to their individual situation, beliefs, and acts towards others.
Allah warns: those who were shown the truth of Islam and rejected it, will be shown no mercy and shall face hellfire. Just as Paradise is a place of delight, Hell is a place of eternal torment. The Qur?an states, ?If you could but see when they are set before the Fire (Hell) and say: ?Would that we might return (to the world)! Then we would not reject the verses of our Lord, but we would be of the believers!?? (Qur?an, 6:27)
When a Muslim is facing death, they will read the Islamic scriptures, if they are able, or will have them read to them by relative or friend. They will be reminded of the Shahadah: ?There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is His Prophet and Messenger.? The dying Muslim will then repent of all earthly sin to prepare for judgment by Allah.
When a Muslim dies, his or her body is washed in a special ritual and wrapped in a clean, white, seamless cloth. In the case of a shahid (martyr), the blood is not washed off the body, as purification is not needed. The washing ritual is usually done by a family member of the same sex and after a special prayer, the body is laid to rest in the ground, generally with the deceased?s head facing towards Mecca. Embalming of the body is not allowed in Islam, as this is a desecration. A corpse is not left alone between death and burial, it will be surrounded by loved ones praying for a safe and painless passage to the afterlife. Once the deceased has been taken to the burial site, the body is put into the ground without a coffin. The Shahadah is whispered into their ear one last time, and they are loosely covered with dirt by the attendees of the funeral.