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Kalimatul-Ikhlas lailahaillaAllah-part 2
    Posted by: "darultawhid english" darultawhid_english
    Date: Sat Jul 19, 2008 1:18 pm

First type:

Those ahadith which informs the hukm of those who meet Allah with shadataiyn (both the testimonies of la ilaha illa Allah and Muhammad is the messenger of Allah) will enter into jannah and will not be prohibited from (entering) it.

This meaning is according to the dhahir of the ahadith. None of the real ahl-tawhid will stay in jahannam forever. If they committed haram, after they are cleansed in the fire of jahannam from these (bad deeds) Allah will put them into jannah. Or Allah may forgive them and without any punishment Allah will put them directly into jannah.

The meaning of the hadith of Abu Dharr (ra) is this:

If an individual actualizes tawhid; even if he commits adultery or theft, these (bad deeds) are not a barrier for him to enter jannah. And this is a reality without any doubt. And also from this hadith we can not take the meaning that those who commit adultery or theft would not be punished (with any amount of punishment).

In the Musnad of Bazzar, RasulAllah (saw) stated the following in the hadith of Abu Huraira (ra):

Whoever utters that there is no other deity (ilah) who deserves to be worshipped other than Allah, after he has suffered the punishment he deserves, this word (kalimah) will benefit him.

1- Sahih hadith. Bazzar, Musnad; Bayhaqi and Ibn Abdul Barr, Tamhid; al-Khatib, Mawduul Awham


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