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The Real Life Is In The Hereafter

1130 words - 5 pages

الإيمان باليوم الآخرقال تعالى: {تبارك الذي بيده الملك وهو على كل شيء قدير. الذي خلق الموت والحياة ليبلوكم أيكم أحسن عملاً وهو العزيز الغفور}[الملك: 1-2]يوم القيامة أو اليوم الآخر أو يوم الحساب، حسب المعتقد الإسلامي هو نهاية العالم والحياة الدنيا )ويشارك في هذا الاعتقاد اتباع ديانات أخرى مثل اليهود والمسيحيين(، يبدأ بخروج الموتى من القبور بعد إعادة الجسد. قال الله تعالى : وأنَّ الساعة آتِيَةُُ لا رَيْب فيها وأنَّ الله يَبعث من في القبور. وينتهي باستقرار أهل الجنة في الجنة وأهل النار في النار ومقدار القيامة...

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