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  • I wrote before on the Qur'anic word "jahannam" hell in a post about those who shouted "Ila Jahannam" to Saddam at the time of his execution.

    Monday, January 01, 2007

  • Our daily struggle with the haqq (good) and batil (evil) includes our desires since they can take us to either janhah or jahannam. - Building a global movement for Khilafah

  • We have made many things our aim in life, a career, owning ones own house, the perfect family, ease and tranquillity but these things may take us to jahannam if they are placed before Allah - Building a global movement for Khilafah

  • But at the same time, a distinction is made b / t rulings in this life [eg, marriage / janaza prayer / etc], for which "kafir" could be translated as "non-Muslim," versus outcome in next life [jahannam], for which "kafir" could be translated as one who rejects Allah and His messenger (peace be upon him) after having understood the message clearly, in its pristine form.

    MR's Blog


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