Hell Really Exists

Hell Really Exists

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Muhammad Ibni Abidin passed away in Damascus in 1252 (1836 A.D.).

depleted before the rights are paid, the sins of the right-owners will be loaded upon him. Then he will be hurled into Hell."

It is written as follows in the ninety-eighth letter of Maktubat:

"Rasulullah (sall-Allahu alaihi wa sallam) said: 'Allahu ta'ala is RafTq (The Exalter). He likes mildness. He gives to mild people what he Has not given to the harsh ones or to anyone else.' This tradition (hadith ash-sherif) is written in the tradition book SahTh by Imam-i Muslim.

Again in Muslim, [the Prophet] said to Hadrat Aisha (rad-Allahu 'anha) his blessed wife: 'Behave mildly. Refrain from severity and from something repulsive! Mildness adorns a person and takes ugliness away.'

A hadith ash-sherif [in the book Muslim] declares: 'He who doesn't act mildly has not done any good.'

A hadith ash-sherif [in the book BukharT] declares: 'Whom I like best among you is the one with the most beautiful temperament.'

A hadith ash-sherif [conveyed by Imam-i Ahmad and Tirmuzi (rahima-humullahu ta'ala)][1] declares: 'A person who is given mildness is given goodness in this and in the next world.'

A hadith ash-sherif [communicated by Imam-i Ahmad, Tirmuzi, Hakim and Bukhari (rahima-humullahu ta'ala)] declares: 'Haya (bashfulness) comes from Tman. A person with Tman is in Paradise. Fuhsh (an indecent act) is evil. Evildoers are in Hell."

A hadith ash-sherif [communicated by Imam-i Ahmad and Tirmuzi] declares: 'I'm describing the person for whom it is haram (forbidden) to enter Hell and who is haram for Hell to burn: Pay attention! This person shows easiness and mildness towards people'.

A hadith ash-sherif [communicated by Ahmad Tirmuzi, and Abu Dawud] declares: 'Those who are mild and who provide ease for others are like a man who holds the halter of his animal. If he wants to stop the animal, it will obey him. If he wants to ride it over rocks, the animal runs towards them.'

A hadith ash-sherif [quoted in BukharT] declares: 'If a person controls his anger when he gets angry although has the power to do what he likes, on the Resurrection Day

Muhammad Tirmuzi passed away in 279 (892 A.D.).

Allah will call him from among other people and will say unto him: "Go to Paradise and choose the hourT you like!" '

As it is communicated in a hadith ash-sherTf [quoted in all hadTth books], when a person asked Rasulullah (sall-Allahu 'alaihi wa sallam) to give him some advice he said, 'Do not get angry or nervous!' When the man repeated the same question again and again, he gave the same response saying, 'Do not get angry or nervous.'

A hadith ash-sherTf [quoted in TirmuzT and Abu Dawud] declares: 'Listen, I'm describing those who will go to Paradise: They are powerless, incapable. When they take an oath to do something, Allahu ta'ala will certainly fulfill their oaths. Listen, I'm describing those who will go to Hell: They are severe. They decide in a hurry (without thinking). They are arrogant.'

A hadith ash-sherTf [communicated by TirmuzT and Abu Dawud (rahima-humullahu ta'ala)] declares: 'If a person gets angry when standing, he should sit down. If he cannot get over it by sitting, he should lie down!'

A hadith ash-sherTf [communicated by TabaranT, BayhakT and ibni Asakir (rahima-humullahu ta'ala) declares: 'As aloe decomposes honey, fury defiles Tman as well.'

A hadith ash-sherTf [communicated by BayhakT and Abu Nuaym][1] declares: 'Allah promotes a person who humbles himself for Allahu ta'ala's sake. He deems himself inferior, but he is superior in the eyes of others. If a person holds himself superior to others, Allahu ta'ala demotes him, and he becomes inferior in everyone's view. He is great only in his own view. In fact, he looks lower than dogs and swine.'

A hadith ash-sherTf [communicated by BayhakT (rahima-hullahu ta'ala)] declares: 'When Musa ('alaihi 's-salam) asked, "O my Allah! Who is the most valuable of Your human slaves?" Allahu ta'ala declared, "He who forgives when he has enough power (to punish)." '

A hadith ash-sherTf [communicated by Abu Ya'la] declares: 'If a person controls his speech, Allahu ta'ala will cover his shortcomings. If he controls his wrath, Allahu ta'ala will withdraw His torment from him on the Resurrection Day. If a person invokes Allahu ta'ala, He will accept his invocation."

[1] Ahmad Abu Nu'aym passed away in 430 (1039 A.D.).

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