A1.1 Beliefs Relating To Allah (The Exalted)’s Self And His Characteristics
(Allah (The Exalted)’s Monotheism [Oneness] And His Qualities)
A1.2 Allah (The Exalted) is one.
A1.3 He is Pure, He is Unique, He is free from faults.
A1.4 He is the compilation of all qualities and excellence.
A1.5 No one in any thing is equal to Him or is level with Him or higher than
A1.6 In his qualities of attributes He has always existed and will always remain.

A1.7 Eternity is only for His self and His attributes.
A1.8 Except Him, whatever exists hasn’t been there always, but in fact has been
created by Him.
A1.9 He is from Himself meaning no one has created Him.
A1.10 He is not a father of anyone, nor a son, nor does He have a wife nor any
relations. He is self sufficient from all this.
A1.11 He is not dependent of anyone on any matter and all are dependent of Him.

A1.12 To give wealth, to kill, to give life are all in his control.
A1.13 He is the Master of all, He does whatever He wishes. Nobody can challenge
His order. Without His will, a grain does not move.
A1.14 He is aware of all things hidden, shown, what has happened and what is
going to happen, there is not the slightest thing that is outside His knowledge.

A1.15 He has created the world, the universe, and every single creation in existence.

A1.16 Everyone is His servant. He is more beneficent towards His servants than
a person’s parents.
A1.17 He is the One who forgives sins and accepts one’s repentance. His hold
is so strong that no one can escape without His willingness.
A1.18 To give one respect or disrespect is in His control. Whoever He wishes
He will give them respect, whoever He wishes He will give them disrespect.
A1.19 Possession and fortune are in His control, whoever He wishes He will make
rich, whoever He wishes He will make them poor.

A2.0 Guidance and Misguidance is from Allah (The Exalted)
A2.1 Guidance or to go astray is given by Him. Whoever He wishes will have faith,
whoever He wishes will gain infidelity.
A2.2 There is always a reason in His actions. There is always Justice in His
A2.3 He will award Paradise to Muslims and give punishment in Hell to Infidels.
Whether a servant understands or not there is always a reason behind His actions.

A2.4 His gifts are a favour upon everyone and are countless. He is the only
one who deserves worshipping, except Him no one is worthy of worship.

A3.0 Allah (The Exalted)’s existence
A3.1 Allah (The Exalted) is Pure from body and parts. Meaning He is not a body
nor are any things connected to Him that you would find in a body, in fact this
is impossible to Him.
A3.2 He is pure from place or boundary, direction, face, weight, breadth, gain,
loss, joint with something, to mix in something, to be born to give birth, to
move from one place to another place, to change in shape or size, or any other
thing which may relate to a body.
A3.2 (a) In the Qur’an and the Hadith where many words that have been used to
explain Allah (The Exalted), for example ‘Yadd’ meaning hand, ‘Wajh’ meaning
face, ‘Rijl’ meaning leg, ‘Dihac’ meaning to smile etc. which according to the
dictionary relates to the body, to take this type of meanings is to go astray
or one who has bad beliefs (because Allah (The Exalted) does not have a body).

(b) These types of words are interpreted according to the dignity of Allah (The
Exalted), because to take these words literally is impossible for Allah (The
Exalted). For example Yadd’s interpretation is Power and Wajh is interpreted
as self and Istiw’a is interpreted as to power over someone. However, it is
better that one should not even consider interpretation without cause. In fact
one should believe it as correct and leave the meaning to Allah (The Exalted),
i.e. He knows better.
(c) Our faith is on the quote of Allah (The Exalted) and is beloved Prophet
(may Allah bless him and grant him peace). Istiw’a is correct, Yadd is correct
but this Istiw’a is not like the Istiw’a of a creation. His Yadd is not like
the Yadd of a creation. His speech, His sight, His hearing is not like the speech,
sight, and hearing of a creation.

A4.0 Allah (The Exalted)’s Self and His characteristics are not from creation
or from power.

A4.1 Except for Allah (The Exalted’s) Self and His characteristics every thing
is created meaning it did not exist but was created after.
A4.2 To call the characteristics of Allah (The Exalted) a creation is to go
astray and a corrupt belief.
A4.3 Whoever has the belief that except for Allah (The Exalted’s) self or characteristics
something else is Kadeem (always been in existence) or believes that the world
is not a creation but has always been in existence then they are a Kafir (Infidel).

A4.4 Just in the same way that Allah (The Exalted) is the creator of the universe
and all it’s belongings, He is also the creator of our actions and doings.

A5.0 Allah (The Exalted)’s presence
A5.1 Allah (The Exalted) is Wajibul Wajood meaning that his presence is necessary
and disappearance impossible.
A5.2 There is nothing that is outside the knowledge of Allah (The Exalted).

(a) Whether it is present or not.
(b) Whether it is possible or impossible.
(c) Whether it is specific or global.
(d) He has been aware of everything, is aware of everything, and will always
be aware of everything for eternity.
(e) Things change but His knowledge does not change. He is fully aware of our
intention and what is in our heart. His knowledge has no end.
A5.3 Without Allah (The Exalted’s) intention nothing can happen, however, he
is pleased when something good occurs and displeased when something bad occurs.
A5.4 Allah (The Exalted) has the power of all possible things.
(a) No possible thing is out of his power.
(b) Things, which are impossible for Allah (The Exalted), are not under his
(c) To believe power over the impossible for Allah (The Exalted) is to reject
Allah (The Exalted).
A5.5 Good and bad, Infidelity and faith, to obey and disobey is all created
by Allah (The Exalted).
A5.6 In real terms Allah (The Exalted) is the deliverer of wealth. Angels are
servants and interceders.
A5.7 There is nothing necessary for Allah (The Exalted), not to give reward
or to pass on punishment or to favour upon, because He is the master without
any restriction whatsoever.
A5.7 (a) Whatever He wishes He can do whatever He wishes he can order.
(b) If He rewards then it is His virtue, if He punishes then it is His fair
(c) Yes it is His graciousness that He will only order what a servant can do.

(d) He will of course give with His virtue paradise for Muslims and He will
give from His Judgement Hell to non-Muslims, because He has promised that except
for Infidelity whatever sin He wishes He will forgive and His promises or threats
do not change. This is why punishment and reward will definitely occur.
A5.8 Allah (The Exalted) is care free from the world. He does not gain any benefit
or loss from it. Nor can it give Him benefit or loss.
A5.9 Whatever He does, there is no personal benefit or gain to Him.
A5.9 (a) From creating the world there is no personal benefit to Him and if
He had not created it there would have been no personal loss to Him.
(b) To show His virtue, Judgement and qualities He created the creatures.
A5.10 In everything that Allah (The Exalted) does there are a lot of reasons
behind it whether we understand them or not.
(a) It is His reasoning that He has made one thing to be a cause for another
(b) He made Fire to be the cause of heat.
(c) He made water to be the cause to cool something.
(d) He made the eyes so that one could see; He made the ears so that one could
(e) If he wished He could have made fire to cool, water to heat, eye to hear,
ear to see.
A5.11 For Allah (The Exalted) all faults and mistakes are impossible. Like to
lie, illiteracy, mistake, cruelty, to be shameless, all sorts of faults are
impossible for Allah (The Exalted).
A5.11 (a) If someone believes that Allah (The Exalted) can lie but does not
lie, they therefore believe that Allah (The Exalted) has the power to make a
mistake or fault but does not do so. It does not stop there one would have to
believe that Allah (The Exalted) can perform any sort of fault but does not
do so, like to steal, perform adultery, be cruel, to give birth etc. “Ta’ala
Allaha An Dhaalika Ulwan Kabeera” Allah (The Exalted) is pure from all
them sort of things.
(b) To believe Allah (The Exalted) can perform faults but does not do so is
to believe faults in Allah (The Exalted) and therefore rejecting Allah (The
Exalted) as a Lord. May Allah (The Exalted) protect us against having these
sorts of beliefs?


A6.1 Within the knowledge of Allah (The Exalted) there is what was going to
happen in the world and whatever servants were going to do, Allah (The Exalted)
found this out from the beginning and wrote it down.
A6.2 He wrote goodness in some people’s fate and wrote badness in another person’s
fate. He did not make the person helpless by writing this down, but wrote down
what the servant was going to do.
A6.3 If He wrote evilness in a person’s fate then this is because the person
was going to perform evilness and if He wrote righteousness in a person’s fate
then this is because the person was going to perform righteousness.
A6.4 Allah (The Exalted’s) knowledge or due to Allah (The Exalted) writing this
down did not make a person helpless.
A6.5 It is forbidden to discuss or debate the subject of destiny, a person should
only think they are not helpless like stones and therefore cannot do anything
according to their will, but actually Allah (The Exalted) has given humans the
power to do as they please and the reward and sin is based upon this power of
A6.6 To believe yourself as totally without will or totally helpless is a misguided
A6.7 After performing bad deeds you should not say that this happened because
it was Allah (The Exalted’s) will and therefore it was in my destiny, but all
good things are done with the pleasure of Allah (The Exalted) and all bad deeds
are done with the pleasure of one’s desires.


A7.1 Just as it is necessary to know Allah (The Exalted’s) self, characteristics,
and attributes, it is also as important to know what aspects should be present
in a Prophet and what should not be, so that a person can be protected from
A8.0 Meaning of a Messenger (Rasool)
A8.1 Messenger means he who brings the message from the Lord to the servants.

A9.0 Who is a Prophet
A9.1 A Prophet is the person who received the Wahi (revelation) meaning a message
from Allah (The Exalted) for the guidance of mankind to show people the path
to the Lord. Whether this message came via angels to the Prophet or whether
the knowledge was given direct to the Prophet from the Lord.
A9.2 Many Prophets and many angels are Messengers (Rasools).
A9.3 All Prophets were male, nor has a Jinn ever been a Prophet nor has there
been a female Prophet.
A9.4 One cannot be a Prophet due to worship or perseverance, but become a Prophet
due to Allah (The Exalted’s) will, and therefore a person’s effort does not
make them favorable. Hence, Allah (The Exalted) makes only them a Prophet who
He deems fit and are born like so, and always stay away from sin even before
becoming a Prophet and also are always attracted to good.
A9.5 There is never an aspect in a Prophet that people would hate.

A10.0 Prophet’s walking, conduct, looks, features, nobility and family
A10.1 A Prophet’s walk, conduct, looks, features, nobility, family, ways, manner,
talk and conversation are all good and free from faults. A Prophet’s intelligence
is complete.
A10.2 A Prophet is the most intellectual out of all people.
A10.3 The highest qualified doctor or philosopher’s intelligence does not reach
even a millionth part of the Prophet’s intelligence.
A10.4 Those who believe that they can become a Prophet due to their effort are
infidels (Kafir) and those who believe that a Prophet’s prophecy can be taken
away from them are also infidels.

A11.0 Who is Ma’soom (immune from Sin)
A11.1 A Prophet or an Angel are Ma’soom, meaning they are completely immune
from sin and therefore cannot commit a sin.
A11.2 Except for Prophets or Angels if one believes that a leader (Imam) or
a Friend of Allah (Wali) are also Ma’soom then they are misguided and have deviated
from the right path.
A11.3 Although there are Imams and great Walis who also do not commit sin, however,
if sometimes they do commit a sin then according to Shariat (Islamic Law) this
is not impossible.
A11.4 To pass the message of Allah, a Prophet can never make a mistake, as this
is impossible.

A11.5 Associating a Prophet with fear. Those who say that the message of Allah
is sometimes not passed on by a Prophet due to the fear of people or some other
reason, is an infidel.
A11.6 Prophets are better than all creations. In fact they are better than those
Angels who are Rasools.

A12.0 To believe a Wali to be better than a Prophet
A12.1 Regardless of how high a rank of a Wali is, they can never be equal to
a Prophet.
A12.2 Those who show a non-Prophet better than a Prophet are Infidels.
A12.3 (Respect of a Prophet) The respect of a Prophet is compulsory on every
individual, in fact it is the main aspect of all obligations. The slightest
disrespect or devaluation of any Prophet is Kufr (infidelity) [Shifa, Hindiya
A12.4 All Prophets in the view of Allah (The Exalted) are of great position
and respect and therefore to show them as an example (MazAllaha) in the view
of Allah (The Exalted) as shoemakers etc. is an open insult and a submission
of Kufr.
A12.5 Life existence of a Prophet. The Prophets in their graves are just as
alive as they were when in this world.
A12.6 So that Allah (The Exalted’s) promise would be complete they were given
death for a moment and then were brought back to life. Their lives are better
than those of Martyrs (Shaheeds).

A13.0 Belief – Knowledge of a Prophet
A13.1 Allah (The Exalted) gave the Prophets the knowledge of the unseen (Ghaib).
Every particle of the sky and earth are in front of the sight of all the Prophets.
This knowledge of the unseen (Ilm-e-Ghaib) is given to them by Allah (The Exalted).
Therefore this knowledge is ‘given knowledge’ (Ataayi) and because Allah (The
Exalted’s) knowledge is ‘not given’ to Him by anyone it is ‘self knowledge’
A13.2 Now that you know the difference between Allah (The Exalted’s) knowledge
and the Prophet’s knowledge, therefore it is clear that to believe the knowledge
of the unseen for the Prophets as given to them by Allah (The Exalted) cannot
be referred to as Shirk (Polytheism – associate with Allah (The Exalted)) but
in fact true Imaan (belief) and is proved by verses (of the Qur’an) and Hadiths
(sayings of the Prophet).
A13.4 Any follower cannot, due to their willpower, piety, worship, willingness
to follow Allah (The Exalted), be better than any Prophet.
A13.5 Prophets when sleeping or awake are always involved in the remembrance
of the Lord.
A13.6 To accurately count the Prophets in quantity, is forbidden. The true figure
of all the Prophets is only known to Allah (The Exalted).


A14.1 The first human and the first Prophet

A14.2 Adam (upon whom be peace) is the first human, before him the existence
of man was not a possibility. All humans are his children. He is also the first
Prophet. Allah (The Exalted) made him without the need of a mother or father
and was made from soil, and made him His Caliph. Allah (The Exalted) gave him
the knowledge of all things and their names. He gave the order to Angels to
prostrate to Adam. All the angels performed the prostration except Shaytan (devil),
who refused and therefore was evicted forever and became an apostate.
A14.3 From Adam (upon whom be peace) to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (may Allah
bless him and grant him peace) there has come many Prophets, Nooh (Noah), Ibrahim
(Abraham), Moosa (Moses), ‘Isa (Jesus) (upon them all be peace) and also thousands
of others. The above four were Messengers and also Prophets.
A14.4 The last of all Prophets and Messengers and the most virtuous of all creations,
is Allah (The Exalted’s) most beloved, our Master Muhammad Mustapha (may Allah
bless him and grant him peace).
A14.5 After the beloved Prophet there has never been another Prophet nor will
there be another Prophet. Whoever believes that there will be a Prophet or has
been a Prophet during our Prophet’s era or after or actually believes it, as
a possibility of someone obtaining Prophecy is a Kafir/Infidel.

A15.0 Our Prophet’s unique virtues and excellence
A15.1 Allah (The Exalted) created from his light our beloved Prophet, before
any other thing. Prophets, Angels, Earth, Skies, Heavens etc. have all been
created from the ray of the Prophet’s light (Noor).
A15.2 Except for Allah (The Exalted) or being equal to Allah (The Exalted),
our beloved Prophet has been given whatever qualities there are, and whatever
excellence exists, by Allah (The Exalted).
A15.3 In the whole universe there cannot be anything or anyone with the same
or greater quality than our beloved Prophet. The Prophet is the most virtuous
creation and a delegate of Allah (The Exalted). The Prophet is the Prophet of
all the other Prophets and it is a necessity for everyone to follow the Prophet.

A15.4 Allah (The Exalted) has gifted The Prophet with the keys of all Allah
(The Exalted)’s treasures. All the world and religious gifts are provided and
created by Allah (The Exalted) and shared and given out by our beloved Prophet.

A15.5 Allah (The Exalted) gave our Prophet the unique gift of Me’raj, meaning
called him above the skies (‘Arsh) and showed him his vision with the Prophet’s
own eyes. The Prophet listened to Allah (The Exalted’s) voice and was given
a tour of Jannah (paradise), Dozakh (hell), ‘Arsh (above the skies) and Kursi
(throne). All this happened in a short period at night. On the Day of Judgement
our Prophet will be the first to perform intercession, meaning he will intercede
for people in the court of Allah (The Exalted). He will raise the grades. There
are many other qualities, to much to mention in this short section.

A16.0 Belief. To treat something relating to the Prophet as low: Kafir
A16.1 If someone treated any of the Prophet’s sayings, actions, deeds or situations
as not worthy or looked upon them with degrading value then they are a Kafir.
[QaziKhan, Shifa Kaazi Ayaaz etc]

A17.0 Maujizaa – miracles performed by Prophets: Difference between
Maujizaa and Karamat
A17.1 The action which is impossible to perform, and a Prophet performs it to
prove their prophecy and astonishes infidels is known as a Maujizaa. For example
to bring back to life the dead, with the movement of the finger to split the
moon into two.
A17.2 If these types of actions are performed by a Wali (friend of Allah) then
it is known as a Karaamat.
A17.3 If they are performed by an ordinary person or wrongdoer or a Kafir then
it is known as Istidraj.
A17.4 When seeing a Maujizaa the truth of a Prophet is accepted, because if
this sort of power has been given to them to which they can perform miracles,
astonish people and make them helpless then they are truly a Messenger and a
Prophet of Allah, as false liars who claim to be a Prophet cannot perform these
types of miracles.
A17.5 Allah (The Exalted) never gives the false claimants of Prophethood the
power to perform Maujizaas, otherwise one would not be able to distinguish the
difference between the true Prophets and false claimants.

A18.0 Important Rule – The Prophet’s mistakes
A18.1 The mistakes that have been committed by the Prophets, to talk about them
except for when praying about them in the Holy Qur’an and Hadith is Haram, meaning
strictly forbidden. How can others actually use their tongues against these
kings, for Allah (The Exalted) is the Ruler of all. However he wishes to build
a palace He can do so, meaning the Prophets are the Lord’s beloved creations
whatever way they want to present themselves to Allah (The Exalted), others
cannot use them as their certificates to call them by. Meaning when a Prophet
made a mistake the words used by Allah (The Exalted) to call them Prophets or
whatever the Prophets named themselves in the state of servant-hood, no follower
has the right to use them phrases in relation to the Prophets, as this is completely
not allowed and strictly forbidden.


A19.1 Allah (The Exalted) revealed to his Messengers his statement and message.

A19.2 Taurat was revealed to Musa, Zuboor was revealed to Dawud, Injeel was
revealed to ‘Isa and many other books were revealed to many other Prophets (upon
them all be peace).
A19.3 The followers of these Prophets altered these books, added or extracted
statements and therefore changed the orders of Allah (The Exalted). Then Allah
(The Exalted) revealed to our Master, Muhammad (may Allah bless him and grant
him peace) the Holy Qur’an.
A19.4 The Qur’an is such a unique book that no one can make another like it,
whether the whole world tried together to make one, they couldn’t.
A19.5 The Qur’an is complete with all the knowledge and every aspect is enlightened.
It is the same now, fourteen hundred years later as it was when it was revealed,
and will always remain the same.
A19.6 If the whole world wished, even then there would not a be a slightest
letter difference to it.
A19.7 Those who say that someone has altered or increased or decreased it or
the true Qur’an is kept by the Imam of the unseen, then they are a Kafir. This
is the true Qur’an.
A19.8 It is necessary for all to bring faith on this Qur’an. There will now,
not come a new Prophet nor a new book, those who believe against this are not


A20.1 Angels are creations of light.
A20.2 They have been given the strength by Allah (The Exalted) to turn into
whatever shape or form they wish, whether it be of a Human or another creation.

A20.3 Angels never do anything against the order of Allah (The Exalted), nor
purposely or by mistake, because they are Ma’soom. They are pure from all types
of sins small or large.
A20.4 Allah (The Exalted) has given many types of duties, some angels have a
fixed duty of taking out the soul, some to give rain, some have been given the
task to create the face of a child in the mother’s womb, some to write the deeds
of an individual, some to do a particular type of duty, others to do another
type of duty etc.
A20.5 Angels are not male or female.
A20.6 To believe them as Kadeem (always have been in existence or always will
be in existence) or to believe them as the creators is Kufr/infidelity.
A20.7 The slightest form of insult for an Angel is also infidelity [Alamgiri
etc]. Some people call their enemies or oppressors as ‘the angel of death,’
to say such things is not allowed and close to infidelity.
A20.8 To reject the existence of Angels or to say that the strength of all good
is known as Angels and there are no such things are both acts of Kufr.


A21.1 Jinn are created from fire.
A21.2 Out of these many have been given the strength to change in whatever form
they wish. Wicked, evil Jinn are known as Shaytan.
A21.3 They are like humans, they are intelligent, and have a soul and a body.

A21.4 They eat, drink, live, die and have children.
A21.5 Within them there are infidels, Muslims, Sunni, corrupt-sects and every
A21.6 There are more of bad Jinn in quantity as per humans.
A21.7 To say that there is no such thing as Jinn or the Jinn is the bad in you
are acts of Kufr/infidelity.


A22.1 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, Izraeel (upon
whom be peace) comes to extract the dying person’s soul and the dying person
looks to his left and right and sees Angels everywhere.
A22.2 The angels of mercy come to a Muslim and for the infidels the angels of
punishment. At this time even the infidels believe the truth of Islam, but their
faith is of no avail. This is because faith is the name of believing the message
of Allah (The Exalted) 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.
A22.3 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.
A22.4 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.
A22.5 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 incorrect and
is Kufr.

A23.0 What is death?
A23.1 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.

A24.0 Where does the soul remain after death?
A24.1 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.
A24.2 Some stay underneath the ‘Arsh (above the skies), some remain at Aala
‘Eliyyeen (the highest point), some remain at the well of Zam Zam, some remain
in their grave.
A24.3 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.

A25.0 Does the soul die?
A25.1 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.
A25.2 If the body has pain it also feels the pain. If the body is relaxed, the
soul is also relaxed.
A25.3 When someone visits the grave, it sees the person and recognizes them
and listens to what they are saying. In relation to the Muslim’s soul it is
stated in the Hadith that when a Muslim dies, it’s path is opened and it can
go wherever it pleases.
A25.4 Shah ‘Abdul Aziz writes that there is no such thing as near and far for
a soul, but all places are equal.

A26.0 The death of a soul and it’s condition
A26.1 Those who believe that the soul can die and disintegrate are from a deviated
A26.2 The dead also speaks. It’s voice is heard by animals etc. except for normal
humans and Jinn.

A27.0 The tightening of the grave
A27.1 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.
A27.2 When the people leave after burial, the dead hears the footsteps.

A28.0 What are Munkar Nakkeer like and what do they ask?
A28.1 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.
A28.2 They wake up the dead shaking and shocking 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 HADHAR RAJUL” meaning ‘What did you used to
say about this person’?

A28.3 If the dead is a Muslim he will reply as follows;
1. “RABBIYALLAH” my Lord is Allah (The Exalted),
2. “DEENIL ISLAM” my religion is Islam,
He has been embraced with Allah (The Exalted’s) mercy, greeting to Him.

A28.4 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 (Jannah) for him.”
A28.5 The cool air and the sweet fragrance of Jannah will continue to come and
wherever the eyesight can reach the grave will be made wide and large.
A28.6 Angels will say “sleep like a groom sleeps”. All this will be
for the good pious Muslims.
A28.7 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
‘Isal-e-Sawaab’ (good acts performed by people for the dead’s forgiveness) or
from prayers for their forgiveness or simply from the mercy of Allah (The Exalted)
this punishment will stop. Then there will be relaxation.
A28.8 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, fr