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Asalam-o-Alaikum guys. After a long long time. Everything has an end, But for us Human, death is just a beginning. When a Muslim dies, he or she is washed and wrapped in a clean, white cloth usually by a family member and buried after a special Last prayer, preferably the same day. Muslims consider this a final service that they can do for their relatives and an opportunity to remember that their own existence here on earth is brief. Do share your views in comments.
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Log in or Sign up. Like x 1. The Angel of Death has been Assigned to You! Know that the angel of death who has been assigned to you has not ceased to pass you and move on to others, ever since you have been in this world. But it is as if he is about to pass someone else and move on to target you, so be careful and prepare for him by correcting your deeds. And do not forget him, for he does not forget you.
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He started with teaching Islamic studies in an Islamic high school in Riyadh. Dr Philips has written, translated and commented on over 50 published books on various Islamic topics, as well as edited and published the book Eemaan reading series for children. His greatest achievement, is his historic founding of the mega-university, the Islamic Online University, which has in only 7 years since its inception over , students registered from different country around the world. Source : Islamiconlineuniversity. Today, we bring you 30 Islamic quotes from Bilal Philips, which can be truly life changing, if acted upon.
Death in Islam is the termination of worldly life and the beginning of afterlife. Death is seen as the separation of soul from body, and its transfer from this world to the afterlife. Islamic tradition discusses elaborately, almost in graphic detail, as what happens before, during, and after the death, although what exactly happens is not clear and different school of thoughts may end up with different conclusions. However, a continuity between all these ideas derived from the basic sources from the Quran and Islamic narratives. One canonical idea is, that the angel of death Arabic : Malak al-Maut appears to the dying to take out their souls.