By: Ahmad Bahjat


Inside Cover
Preface
Introduction
Story Of Masrur And Maqrur
Last Dinner
Dining Table
Dialouge
conspiracy
decree
Prayer
Arrest
Investigation
Confession
vision
The Death of Masrur
The Death Of Maqrur
The Reckoning of Masrur
The Reckoning Of Maqrur
Perish andů..
The Resurrection of the dead
The Bursting of the sea
Exploding Mountains
The gathering of wild beasts
The final moments
Escape
The appearance of angels
He Forgot and so was Forgotten
The Earth Shone
Read your book
The trial
At last
Oh servant!
The Bridge of As-Sirat
Prostration
Judging the tyrants
Judging pharaoh
The question
The core issues of the case
O allah send me back!
Satan's declaration
Without an interpreter
Pharoah and Human
Those who ruled with Fear
Mutual Disputations
Destructive friendship
Levels
The great fire
The thoughts of tyrants
Those who lost their own souls
The Bribe of Qarun
Inside saqar
They will cry "o malik"
The food of hell
maqrur reclining in paradise
Dazzling colors
A palace in paradise
Rivers of milk
Changes
The houris
A love story
The position of the Egyptian
A new friendship
Pharaoh and masrur
The blessings in paradise
The torment of hell-fire
Dreams in paradise
The peak of all blessings

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Those who lost their own souls

 

Silently the angel walked. It was easy for him to read the minds of those who were being dragged into the fire of Hell.

 

Among the leading personalities of this group was the king who had disputed with Ibrahim (Abraham) about his Lord. The king was recalling his meeting with Ibrahim, as this meeting was

a crucial point in his life. It was also the cause of his being among the most notorious criminals who were now being dragged by the angels to the fire of Hell.

 

Being very distinguished and distinctive in the world of crime and delusion those criminals were worthy of being dragged to a similarly distinguished and distinct fire, which is called Saqar.

 

The king was now recalling the whole situation from the beginning. The story began from the moment he had deified himself and pretended to be a god. He then heard of Ibrahim, the man who was calling people to worship Allah the One and Only, the only true God of all mankind. It was a new and a strange idea for the king and so he summoned Ibrahim.

 

Ibrahim confidently said, "My Lord is the One Who gives life and causes death."

 

And here the king arrogantly said, "I can give life and I can cause death."

 

How foolish and stupid he was! The king was now thinking of this on his way to the fire of Hell.

 

Ibrahim had a stronger proof and he had said, 4Verily! Allah causes the sun t0 rise from the east; then cause it you to rise from the west.)

 

The king remembered very well how he had been utterly I defeated that day and how false and fragile his argument appeared to be but despite this he had insisted on his false pretence of divinity. Ibrahim had exposed him but his vanity and arrogance prevented him from listening to the voice of reason and from admitting his mistake and so his end was in Hell.

 

In the end the king believed himself to be the loser. He ruled for only twenty years then he became sick and died. The twenty years now appeared to be nothing beside the eternity that he Would have to spend in the fire of Hell.

 

Regret was eating up his heart. How could he have been so foolish in life! He was now so wretched as there was no hope to fix anything today. The time for second chances was finished and now the time of punishment had begun.

 

Al-Walid ibn Al-Mughirah was another eminent personality among this group. He was thinking of what had happened to him in his worldly life. The Quraysh had wanted to have his opinion about some of the Qur'anic verses and the question was clear and definite, "Are those verses the words of mankind or the words of Allah, the Almighty?"

 

Al-Walid flattered the Quraysh and falsely said that the verses were merely the result of magic practiced by human beings. His verdict completely satisfied the Quraysh but unfortunately it led al-Walid himself directly to Saqar.

 

 


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