Zakir Naik – Is Questioning after Death Limited to those Buried

Zakir Naik
AI: Summary © The speaker discusses the meaning of the Hadith statement that after death, people are supposed to die, but the statement is unclear and has no context. The speaker suggests that animals may kill people and that people may not know this until they die. The potential consequences of the statement are unclear.
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That's a very good question. And many people are confused that because the Hadith of the partner of Salah Salem that after you die your question in your grave, and there's also mention of the other of the punishment in the grave. And it also says that the people are buried the question, you have to understand that what this hadith means when the Prophet said that after you're buried it means that because today we know that most of the human within the world they are buried. When the statement is made, it is mainly meaning after you die, you will be questioned. If you're buried in the grave, if not, wherever you are, that doesn't mean that if you're not built, you will not be question. There

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are chances that maybe wild animals may kill you. And you don't get better. There are chances you will doubt does it mean you only Question no. Because you're questioning do think that acquired the soul and the body, the body? If you realize even when you're buried, it gets disintegrated. It gets merged into the earth. So the main concept is that if Allah can resurrect you on the Day of Judgment, why can't he get whether you have a body or not when they are buried over they have drowned when they are cremated, like and yet if he wants to give you pain we'll give you punishment.

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