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No Sinful Speech in Paradise

No Sinful Speech in Paradise?

Wa alaikum Assalam, Thank you for sending in your question to our website. The believers who are admitted into Paradise, or Jannah, will enjoy eternal and varied rewards from Allah, including positive and pleasing conversations with each other. Basically, their conversations and dialogues in Paradise can be broadly divided into three categories: the ones that …

Can I Be With the Prophet in Paradise

Can I Be With the Prophet in Paradise?

Asalamu Alaikum Burrel, Thank you for your question, the humility of which is most impressive. You know, in this world there may be kings, princes, and presidents, but in the next, there will be none. I was riding by a mosque one evening recently and it was surrounded by many cars. In fact, the amount …

were all prophets from arabia

Were All Prophets from Arabia?

Asalamu Alaikum Ishaq, Thank you for contacting About Islam with your question. The Quran clearly states that there were no people to whom a prophet was not sent, as mentioned in these verses: {[…] and there never was a people, without a warner having lived among them (in the past)} (Fatir 35:24) {[…] to every people …

Will We Continue Worshiping Allah in Paradise

Will We Continue Worshiping Allah in Paradise?

Salam Dear Brother, Thank you for your question and for contacting Ask About Islam. This is a very interesting question that very few Muslims pay attention to. There is no doubt that the people of Paradise will be in the presence of Allah, the Most-Merciful, the Compassionate; therefore, they will also be in constant remembrance …

What is the Description of Paradise

What is the Description of Paradise?

Brother Waleed Najmeddine said: As-salamu Alaykum Chevalnoir and thank you for your question. The Quran and Sunnah are full of references to Paradise and the great reward that is in store for those who believe and do righteousness in this life. The reward for goodness is eternal goodness, and the reward for evil is torment …



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