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Copy of The Day of Judgement and the Akhirah'

Islamic Studies Project

Asrul Hanafi

on 25 December 2012

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The Day of Judgement
the Akhirah The Last Day All Muslim believe that there
is a last on this Earth but nobody
knows exactly when that day
will be. There are many signs
but the Last day cannot be
determined. Resurrection Al-Qiyamah is the word that refers
to resurrection, which is the day of
Judgement. This is where everyone is
risen up to the heavens and is Judged by
Allah(SWT). On this day no one will be able
to run away, or deny his bad actions and
punishment. Every single human will be
judged according to his deeds and they
can't take back anything and they
now cannot even bow down
to Allah. The time will
be too late... Signs of the Last Day The Emergence of
the Dajjaal The coming back
of Jesus Emergence of Ya'jooj
and Ma'jooj Emergence of
the Beast The Rising of
the Sun
from the West Three blasts of
the trumpet Hisaab On the day of judgement Hisaab refers
to getting judged according to their deeds.
There are going to be different ways we
are judged on the day of judgement, the
first way of hisaab is the book of deeds and
the second wayis Mizan. Everyone will be
judged according to his deeds and intention,
some people do good in their life and still do
not go to Jannah because they did not
have the right intention. This is
we should always have the
right intention...
The Bookof Deeds As we are all aware of we have two angels on our
shoulders, one on the right and the other one on the
left. The angel on the right records our good deeds
and the one on the left records our bad deeds. On the
day of judgement the book formed from our deeds is
what we will be accountable for. If we are given our
book in our right hand that means we are going to
Jannah(heaven) and if we get the book in our left hand
that means we are going to hell. This is how the
process of the Book of Deeds works on the day of
Judgement. The Mizan The word mizan means
a scale. Allah will weigh
our deeds on a scale and
if the side of the good deeds
in heavier than the bad it
means that a person will
go to heaven and
visa versa. Sirat The sirat is the path or bridge that
all of us are going to pass on the day
of judgement. The way you cross it
depends on your deeds. If you are a true
believer you will cross it and have no
hardship, and if you did bad on this world
you will feel like it's very sharp and hard
to cross. Also if you are going to hell you
will just fall into hell off from
the sirat. Jannah Jannah is paradise and where everyone
wants to go to on the day of judgement.
the word Jannah comes from the word
garden and that is why it is a reward
for all the actions we do on this world.
You don't need to worry about anything
when you enter Jannah because there is
nothing to worry about, everything you
want Allah will give it to you. This is why
we all should work hard on this earth
so we won't regret or worry in the
hereafter. Jehannam Jahannam mean hell and it is a place
where no body wants to be in. There
are different levels of hell that no one
wants to enter but people think
they should just live their life and
they won't suffer any punishment
but they will on the day of judgement
when they burn in the lowest levels
of hell. We need to work hard and
worship Allah so we won't see
Jahannam. Ayat about the
Day of
And the
Akhirah' And be afraid of the Day
when you shall be
brought back to Allâh.
Then every person
shall be paid what he
earned, and they shall
not be dealt with unjustly.
(Qur’an 2:281 “Who took their religion as an
amusement and play, and the life
of the world deceived them.” So this
Day We shall forget them as they
forgot their meeting of this Day, and
as they used to reject Our Ayât (proofs,
evidences, verses, lessons, signs,
revelations, etc.). (Qur’an 7:51)

(Remember) the Day when
every person will come up
pleading for himself, and
every one will be paid in full
for what he did (good or evil,
belief or disbelief in the life
of this world) and they will not
be dealt with unjustly.
(Qur’an 16:111)

Hadiths About
The Day of
and Akhirah' Abu Huraira reported Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) as saying:

Allah, the Exalted and Glorious, will take in His grip of the earth on the Day of Judgment and He would roll up the sky in His right hand and would say: I am the Lord; wbere are the sovereigns of the world?

{Book 039, Chapter 1, Number 6703 : Sahih Muslim}

Hadrat Hudhayfa bin Asid al-Ghifari (may Allah be
pleased with him) reported that Allah’s Messenger
(may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) came to us
all of a sudden (one day) while we
were busy in a discussion. He asked: What are you discussing
about? They (the Companions) said: We are discussing about the
Last Hour. Thereupon, he said: It will not come until you see
ten signs beforehand and (in this connection) he mentioned
the Smoke (ad-Dukhan); the Beast; Dajjal (Anti-Christ); the rising
of the sun from the west; the descent of Nabi ‘Isa ibn Maryam (Jesus,
son of Mary, peace be upon them); (the appearance of) Ya’juj
and Ma’juj (God and Magog); and land-slides in three places,
one in the east, one in the west, and one in the Arabian Peninsula;
at the end of which fire would burn forth from the Yemen
and would drive people to their place of assembly. (Muslim)

Hadrat Anas bin Malik (may Allah be pleased with him) narrates that he asked Allah’s Messenger (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) if he would intercede on his behalf on the Day of Judgement. “I will”, the Prophet (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) replied. “So, where should I look for you on the Day of Judgement?” enquired Hadrat Anas (may Allah be pleased with him). “When you need me, first of all look for me at Sirat (The Bridge)”, said the Prophet (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him). “And if I do not find you there?” asked Hadrat Anas (may Allah be pleased with him). “Look for me, then, at the Mizan (the Scales),” replied the Prophet (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him). “Where may I seek you”, asked Hadrat Anas (may Allah be pleased with him), “if you are not near the Mizan as well?” “Then look for me at the Hawd (the Pond). I will not go away from these three places at that time,” the Prophet (may Allah’s blessings and peace be upon him) replied. (Tirmidhi)

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