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Every single person’s age is fixed. It cannot increase from it’s fixed time nor can it decrease. When the time of life is finishing, Hazrat Izraeel Alaihi Salaam comes to extract the dying person’s soul, and the person dying looks to his left and right and sees Angels everywhere. The angels of mercy come to a Muslim and for the infidels the angels of punishment appear. At this time even the infidels believe the truth about Islam, but their faith is at this time is not counted. This is because faith is the name of believing the message of Allah and his beloved Messenger without seeing proof, and at this time one sees the angels and then believes and this is therefore not accepted as a Muslim. A Muslim’s soul is taken out with ease and is then taken with respect by the angels of mercy. An infidel’s soul is taken out with great pain and the angels of punishment take it with disgrace. After death the soul does not go into another body and is then reborn, but upto the day of judgement stays in the world of ‘barzakh’ meaning the interval between death and resurrection. To believe that the soul goes into another human body or an animal’s body or into trees or plants etc. and is known as reincarnation is wrong and is Kufr.

What is death ?

When the soul comes out of the body, this is known as death. However, the soul does not disintegrate but remains in the world of ‘barzakh’.
Where does the soul remain after death ?

According to faith and deeds performed, a different place is fixed for the soul to remain. Until the day of resurrection it stays in that place. Some stay underneath the ‘Ursh’ (above the skies), some remain at ‘Aala eliyyeen’ (the highest point), some remain at the well of Zam Zam, some remain in their grave. The souls of infidels are imprisoned. Some are imprisoned in the well of ‘Barhoot’, some in ‘Sajeen’ (the lowest point in Earth), some at their place of cremation or burial.
Does the soul die ?

In any situation the soul does not die or disintegrate but remains unchanged. Whatever it’s position and whatever it’s state is, it always remains connected to the body. If the body has pain it also feels the pain. If the body is relaxed, the soul is also relaxed. When someone visits the grave, it sees the person and recognises them and listens to what they are saying. In relation to the Muslim’s soul it is stated in the Hadith Sharif that when a Muslim dies, it’s path is opened and it can go wherever it pleases. Hazrat Shah Abdul Aziz writes that there is no such thing as near and far for a soul, but all places are equal.
The death of a soul and it’s condition

Those who believe that the soul can die and disintegrate is a ‘bud mazhab’ meaning from a deviated sect. The dead also speaks. It’s voice is heard by animals etc. except for normal humans and Jinn.
The tightening of the grave

After burial, the grave tightens up and presses the dead. It presses the Muslim like a mother holds a child. It presses the infidel to the extent of crushing them, like the left side bones end up on the right side. When the people leave after burial, the dead hears the footsteps.
What are Munkar Nakkeer like and what do they ask ?

At that time two angels called ‘Munkar and Nakeer’ come ripping through the earth, their faces look very fearful and scary. Their body is black, eyes green and black and very large in size popping out like the Jinn’s eyes and made of fire. Their hair is very scary and long from head to toe, their teeth are very long with which they rip through the earth. They wake up the dead shaking and rattling them. They ask with great strength with a deep voice these three questions;
1.“MAN RABBUKA” meaning ‘Who is your lord’?
2.“MAA DEENUKA” meaning ‘what is your religion’ ?
3.“MAA KUNTA TAQUL FEE HAJAR RAJL” meaning ‘What did you used to say about this person’?

If the dead is a Muslim he will reply as follows;
1.“RABBALLAH” my lord is Allah,
2.“DEENIL ISLAM” my religion is Islam,
3.“HUWA RASOOLULLAHE SALLALHO ALAIHI WASSALLAM” This is Allah’s Messenger, He has been embraced with Allah’s mercy, greeting to Him.

Now a voice from the skies will be heard saying “My servant has said the truth, lay the tablecloth of paradise for him, give him clothes from paradise to wear and open the doors of paradise (Jannat) for him. The cool air and the sweet fragrance of Jannat will continue to come and wherever the eyesight can reach the grave will be made wide and large. Angels will say “sleep like a groom sleeps”. All this will be for the good pious Muslims. For the sinful, their will be punishment according to their sins. This punishment will continue for a time then from the prayers of the pious or from ‘Eesaa-e-Sawab’ (good acts performed by people for the dead’s forgiveness) or from prayers for their forgiveness or simply from the mercy of Allah this punishment will stop. Then there will be relaxation.
If the dead is an infidel/Kafir, then he will not be able to answer the questions and will say “HAA HAA LADRI” meaning ‘shame for I know nothing’. Now a caller will shout “He is a liar, lay the table cloth of fire for him, and give him clothes of fire to wear and open the doors of hell (Dozakh) for him, from which the heat of hell will reach him . There will be two angels allocated to him to give him punishment and will hit him with great big hammers. He will also be bitten by big scorpions and snakes. All different kinds of punishment will continue until the day of resurrection.
Notice - who will not be asked questions in the grave

The Prophets will not be asked questions in the graves nor will their graves tighten. Many followers will also not be asked the questions, like those Muslims who die on Friday or in the month of Ramadan. The situation of relaxation and punishment in the grave is a fact. This punishment or reward is for both the body and the soul. Whether the body disintegrates or burns or mixes in the soil, it’s original parts remains until the day of resurrection. It will have reward or punishment and on the day of judgement it will be reformed back to a body. These original parts are actually situated in the spine and cannot be seen by humans nor are they eaten by the soil and nor can they be burned. These are the seeds of the body and from these Allah joins the rest of the parts of the body, which have been spread by either being turned into ashes or soil and are reformed into the original body. The soul then comes back into that body and is presented in the field of resurrection. This day is known as ‘Hashr’. This also re-iterates the point that the souls go back to the same body that they belong to and by burning the body or by the body disintegrating it does not disappear but is recreated from it’s original seeds, and therefore a whole new replacement body is not created but the original is recreated, and all the changes does not affect it. For example, when a child is born and then a person grows up becomes a teenager and then becomes a man, but after all these changes the person is the same, a new person does not appear. The person knows that ten years ago it was me and it is still me, all these changes haven’t made a new person and every person understands this about themselves and about others.
Where a person has buried or has been left to rot, the questions will be asked there and the punishment will occur there. Like, if a tiger has eaten a person, the questions will be asked inside the tiger’s stomach, and the punishment and reward will also happen there. A person who rejects the fact of the punishment and reward of the grave is a misguided person.
Who’s body cannot be eaten by the soil

Rule: Prophets, Walis (friends of Allah), Martyrs, A Hafiz of the Quran who also acts upon the instructions of the Holy Quran, a person who has never committed a sin and those who pray the Durood Sharif at all times, their bodies are not eaten by the soil. Those who say that the Prophet’s bodies “have died and eaten by the soil” is a misguided, from the wrong sect, evil and an insulting person.

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