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The End of Every Matter is Better

By: Tareq Al-Suwaidan

(قال الله تعالى (وللآخرة خير لك من الأولى
!! إن أول ما يخطر على أذهاننا في تفسير الآية أن الدار الأخرة خير لنا من الدنيا

..ولكن الآية تحمل معنى أوسع يقول : عاقبة كل أمر لك خير لك من أوله
ولذلك فإن بقية السورة كلها تأكيد لهذا المعنى
ألم يجدك يتيما) هذا أول الأمر (فآوى) هذا آخره)
ووجدك ضالا) هذا أوله (فهدى) هذا آخره)
ووجدك عائلا) هذا أوله)
،،فأغنى) هذا آخره)
, فذكر نفسك دائما أنك تتعامل مع رب كريم
من أوصافه سبحانه وتعالى أنه يختبر العبد بأول الضيق ثم لابد أن يفرّج وينتهي الأمر بالسعة
..لابد أن تكون الآخرة خير من الأولى في كل أقدار الله وتكون الآخرة خير من الأولى لمن رضي عن ال
(من احمد الهاشمي فرج الله عنه)


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The Physics of the Day of Judgement

By: Dr. Mohammad Humayoun Khan

This Article is based on the concept that the expansion of the universe (space) is the cause of the “phenomenon of time.” If this is true then the universe will “appear” to be paradoxically expanding faster as we try to measure the distant expansion of the past with our slowing time. This anomaly was independently discovered by two groups of astronomers in 1998. Unaware that our time could be slowing, the physicists are now trying to explain this surprising finding by some undiscovered property of space or repulsive force that may make the universe expand faster.

 Chapter: 50, Verse: 47

When we are dead and have become dust and bones.

Shall then we indeed be raised again?

Chapter: 75, Verses: 3 & 4

Man thinks that, We shall not assemble his bones.

Yes Truly! We are able to restore his very fingers! 

Chapter: 22, Verse: 7

The Hour will come there is no doubt.

And God will raise those who are in the graves.


The Afterlife

 Is Resurrection a Physical Process?

 An Introduction to Cosmology

 The Light Year

 The Receding Galaxies

 The Future of the Universe

 The Future of the Universe as Described in The Qur’an 

 The Big Bang

 The Expansion of the Universe

 The Contraction of the Universe and the Reversal of Time

 No Free Will in the Contracting Universe

 Reversal of Gravity

 Earth: “Empty” from Inside with the Sky in its Center

 The Smooth Outer Surface of the Earth 

 Will we Regress to Nothingness with the Reversal of Time?

 The Higher Dimensions

 The Black Holes: “The Blocked Gateways” to the Higher Dimensions

 Angels Descend through the Gates in the Sky

 When will the Day of Judgment Arrive

 Waiting in the Grave for Day of Judgment to Arrive?



The belief in life after death is universal; it is reflected in the teachings of all the major religions of the world, permeating culture and time. Despite tremendous scientific and technological advancement of the twentieth century, we have no answers to many questions that have plagued the minds of people from time immemorial. What happens to us on dying? What is soul? Does it leave the body to enter the spiritual world, which is beyond human perception in some other dimension? Are the souls reincarnated entering some other body to be recycled again as in the beliefs of some eastern religions? Is the soul captured and kept somewhere until the Day of Judgment to be reunited with the body that rises from the grave? How can a body that had decayed and disappeared into dust, regain its original shape and form? We can believe what we wish; however the modern world is based on truthful pursuit of science and technology. Truth cannot be decided on wishful thinking or majority vote, if that was the case then Columbus would have surely fallen of the earth in 1492.”

We live in a world that demands proof and is not just content with belief. The belief or even the proof however, is only for the believer, and belief comes from within our hearts. The greatest of proofs will not satisfy the non-believer, while the slightest evidence can be a great source of satisfaction for the believer. In this context let us look at the story of Prophet Ibrahim (peace be on him) given in the Quran. (Chapter ii verse 260.)  Prophet Ibrahim wanted to know how God gives life to the dead. He had the faith of a man who was willing to sacrifice his own son for the sake of God, yet he wanted reassurance; which then was given to him in the form of a great miracle. Ordinary people like us are also in need of reassurance in a world where science and technology have assumed greater importance than religion. 

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