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Day of Resurrection

This article is about the concept in Islamic theology. For other uses, see Resurrection.
It has been suggested that this article be merged into Last Judgment. (Discuss) Proposed since September 2021.

In Islamic eschatology, the Day of Resurrection (Arabic:يوم القيامة‎, romanized: Yawm al-qiyāmah) is believed to be God's final assessment of humanity. Other names for it in the Quran are the Day of Reckoning, the Last Day, and the Hour (al-sā'ah). The sequence of events (according to the most commonly held belief) is the annihilation of all creatures, the resurrection of the body, and the judgment of all sentient beings. At this time everyone is shown their deeds and actions in regard to justice.

Belief in Resurrection Day is considered a fundamental tenet of faith by all Muslims: it is one of the six articles of faith. The trials and tribulations associated with it are detailed in both the Quran and the hadith (the sayings of Muhammad), and they have been commented on and explained in the commentaries of important Islamic expositors and scholarly authorities such as al-Ghazali, Ibn Kathir, Ibn Majah, Muhammad al-Bukhari, and Ibn Khuzaimah. Every human, Muslim and non-Muslim alike, is believed to be held accountable for their deeds and to be judged by Allah accordingly.

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The exact time when these events are supposed to occur is unknown, however there are said to be major and minor signs which are to occur near the time of Qiyammah (end time). It is believed that prior to the time of Qiyammah, two dangerous, evil tribes called Ya'jooj and Ma'jooj are released from a dam-resembling wall that Allah makes stronger everyday. Other signs being the coming of Isa bin Maryam (Jesus), appearance of Antichrist (Al-Masih ad-Dajjal), the sun rising from the west, and the Beast of the Earth. The coming of the rain of mercy that will cause humans to re-grow from their عجز (sacrums) Many verses of the Quran, especially the earlier ones, are dominated by the idea of the nearing of the Day of Resurrection.

Diagram of "Plain of Assembly" (Ard al-Hashr) on the Day of Judgment, from autograph manuscript of Futuhat al-Makkiyya by Sufi mystic and philosopher Ibn Arabi, ca. 1238. Shown are the 'Arsh (Throne of Allah), pulpits for the righteous (al-Aminun), seven rows of angels, Gabriel (al-Ruh), A'raf (the Barrier), the Pond of Abundance, al-Maqam al-Mahmud (the Praiseworthy Station; where the prophet Muhammad will stand to intercede for the faithful), Mizan (the Scale), As-Sirāt (the Bridge), Jahannam (Hell) and Marj al-Jannat (Meadow of Paradise).

A consistent theme throughout the Quran is the suspension of a final verdict on matters of religious difference until the Day of Judgment (see Q3:55; Q5:48; Q6:164; Q10:93; Q16:92; Q16:124; Q22:69; Q32:25; Q39:3, Q46).

After all the minor signs and nine major signs are completed, the archangel Israfil will blow the first trumpet which would cause all human beings to die. Subsequently, Israfil will blow the trumpet for the second time which would cause all human beings who’ve ever lived to become alive and head towards the plain of Arafat for the Day of Resurrection.[citation needed]

Nasir Khusraw (d. after 1070), an Ismaili thinker of the Fatimid era, presents another understanding of the Day of Resurrection. He argues that the Resurrection (Qiyāma) will be ushered by the Lord of the Resurrection (Qāʾim al-Qiyāma), an individual representing the purpose and pinnacle of creation from among the progeny of Muhammad and his Imams. Through this individual, the world will come out of darkness and ignorance and "into the light of its Lord" (Quran 39:69). His era, unlike that of the enunciators of the divine revelation (nāṭiqs) before him, is not one where God prescribes the people to work but instead one where God rewards them. Preceding the Lord of the Resurrection (Qāʾim) is his proof (ḥujjat). The Quranic verse stating that “the night of power (laylat al-qadr) is better than a thousand months” (Quran 97:3) is said to refer to the proof of the Lord of the Resurrection, whose knowledge is superior to that of a thousand Imams, though their rank, collectively, is one. Hakim Nasir also recognizes the successors of the Lord of the Resurrection to be his deputies (khulafāʾ).

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Day of Resurrection
Day of Resurrection Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Yawm al Qiyamah This article is about the concept in Islamic theology For other uses see Resurrection It has been suggested that this article be merged into Last Judgment Discuss Proposed since September 2021 In Islamic eschatology the Day of Resurrection Arabic يوم القيامة romanized Yawm al qiyamah is believed to be God s final assessment of humanity Other names for it in the Quran are the Day of Reckoning the Last Day and the Hour al sa ah The sequence of events according to the most commonly held belief is the annihilation of all creatures the resurrection of the body and the judgment of all sentient beings At this time everyone is shown their deeds and actions in regard to justice Belief in Resurrection Day is considered a fundamental tenet of faith by all Muslims it is one of the six articles of faith The trials and tribulations associated with it are detailed in both the Quran and the hadith the sayings of Muhammad and they have been commented on and explained in the commentaries of important Islamic expositors and scholarly authorities such as al Ghazali Ibn Kathir Ibn Majah Muhammad al Bukhari and Ibn Khuzaimah Every human Muslim and non Muslim alike is believed to be held accountable for their deeds and to be judged by Allah accordingly Contents 1 Time 2 Mention in Quran 3 Event 4 See also 5 ReferencesTime EditThe exact time when these events are supposed to occur is unknown however there are said to be major 1 and minor signs 2 which are to occur near the time of Qiyammah end time It is believed that prior to the time of Qiyammah two dangerous evil tribes called Ya jooj and Ma jooj are released from a dam resembling wall that Allah makes stronger everyday Other signs being the coming of Isa bin Maryam Jesus appearance of Antichrist Al Masih ad Dajjal the sun rising from the west and the Beast of the Earth The coming of the rain of mercy that will cause humans to re grow from their عجز sacrums 3 Many verses of the Quran especially the earlier ones are dominated by the idea of the nearing of the Day of Resurrection 4 5 Mention in Quran Edit Diagram of Plain of Assembly Ard al Hashr on the Day of Judgment from autograph manuscript of Futuhat al Makkiyya by Sufi mystic and philosopher Ibn Arabi ca 1238 Shown are the Arsh Throne of Allah pulpits for the righteous al Aminun seven rows of angels Gabriel al Ruh A raf the Barrier the Pond of Abundance al Maqam al Mahmud the Praiseworthy Station where the prophet Muhammad will stand to intercede for the faithful Mizan the Scale As Sirat the Bridge Jahannam Hell and Marj al Jannat Meadow of Paradise 6 A consistent theme throughout the Quran is the suspension of a final verdict on matters of religious difference until the Day of Judgment see Q3 55 Q5 48 Q6 164 Q10 93 Q16 92 Q16 124 Q22 69 Q32 25 Q39 3 Q46 7 Event EditAfter all the minor signs and nine major signs are completed the archangel Israfil will blow the first trumpet which would cause all human beings to die Subsequently Israfil will blow the trumpet for the second time which would cause all human beings who ve ever lived to become alive and head towards the plain of Arafat for the Day of Resurrection citation needed Nasir Khusraw d after 1070 an Ismaili thinker of the Fatimid era presents another understanding of the Day of Resurrection He argues that the Resurrection Qiyama will be ushered by the Lord of the Resurrection Qaʾim al Qiyama an individual representing the purpose and pinnacle of creation from among the progeny of Muhammad and his Imams Through this individual the world will come out of darkness and ignorance and into the light of its Lord Quran 39 69 His era unlike that of the enunciators of the divine revelation naṭiqs before him is not one where God prescribes the people to work but instead one where God rewards them Preceding the Lord of the Resurrection Qaʾim is his proof ḥujjat The Quranic verse stating that the night of power laylat al qadr is better than a thousand months Quran 97 3 is said to refer to the proof of the Lord of the Resurrection whose knowledge is superior to that of a thousand Imams though their rank collectively is one Hakim Nasir also recognizes the successors of the Lord of the Resurrection to be his deputies khulafaʾ 8 See also EditAkhirah Last JudgmentReferences Edit Major Signs before the Day of Judgment Qiyamah inter islam org Archived from the original on 2016 07 10 Retrieved 2019 08 27 Signs Of Qiyaamah inter islam org Archived from the original on 2016 06 23 Retrieved 2019 08 27 https www medicinenet com script main art asp articlekey 6970 retrieved 22 37 on 15 1 20 Isaac Hasson Last Judgment Encyclopaedia of the Qur an L Gardet Qiyama Encyclopaedia of the Qur an Begley Wayne E The Garden of the Taj Mahal A Case Study of Mughal Architectural Planning and Symbolism in Wescoat James L Wolschke Bulmahn Joachim 1996 Mughal Gardens Sources Places Representations and Prospects Dumbarton Oaks Washington D C ISBN 0884022358 pp 229 231 Dagli Caner April 2015 2 The Cow al Baqarah Study Quran San Francisco HarperOne Virani Shafique The Days of Creation in the Thought of Nasir Khusraw Nasir Khusraw Yesterday Today Tomorrow This Islam related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Day of Resurrection amp oldid 1047364246, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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