Friday, 6 May 2011

Will a person see his mother in Paradise?


Will a person see his mother in Paradise?
Will a person see his mother in Paradise, even if he was one of the people of Hell (we seek refuge with Allah)?.


Praise be to Allaah.

It should be noted, first
of all, that whoever is one of the people of Paradise will be in eternal
bliss, and will not grieve, or feel exhausted, or feel distressed, or
worry; he will be distracted from everything else apart from the state of
eternal bliss and everlasting joy in which he finds himself. Nothing will
ever spoil or tarnish his delight. Allah says (interpretation of the

“Verily, the dwellers of
the Paradise, that Day, will be busy with joyful things.

56. They and their wives
will be in pleasant shade, reclining on thrones.

57. They will have
therein fruits (of all kinds) and all that they ask for.

58. (It will be said to
them): Salaam (peace be on you) — a Word from the Lord (Allaah), Most

[Ya-Seen 36:55-58]. 

Those who are in Hell will
not harm him, no matter who they are. Allah has told us about the split,
division and enmity that will occur between close friends and loved ones on
the Day of Resurrection, except those who were pious and feared Allah. Allah
says (interpretation of the meaning):

“Friends on that Day
will be foes one to another except Al‑Muttaqoon (the pious)”

[al-Zukhruf 43:67]. 

Al-Bukhaari (3350) narrated
from Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet
(blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Ibraaheem will meet his
father Aazar on the Day of Resurrection and there will be darkness and dust
on Aazar’s face. Ibraaheem will say to him: ‘Did I not tell you not to
disobey me?’ His father will say: ‘Today I will not disobey you.’ Ibraaheem
will say: ‘O Lord, You promised not to disgrace me on the Day of
Resurrection; what will be more disgraceful to me than curing and
dishonouring my father?’ Allah will say: ‘I have forbidden Paradise to the
disbelievers.’ Then it will be said: ‘O Ibraaheem, what is beneath your
feet?’ He will look and will see a hyena stained with blood, which will be
taken by the legs and thrown into Hell.” 

It was also narrated by Ibn
al-Mundhir, who added: “When he sees him like that he will disavow him and
will say: ‘You are not my father.” 

Fath al-Baari,

Thus it is clear that the
connection will be severed between the people of Paradise and the people of
Hell who are their relatives but are disbelievers and will abide for ever
therein, even if they were the closest of people to them, and they will no
longer feel an attachment to them and no longing for them will spoil their

But if two people are both
among the people of Hell, it will not benefit them to meet there or to see
one another, as each of them will be punished because of his deeds and
distracted by the state of pain and torment in which he finds himself. It
will not benefit him to see his family members with him or all the people of

“It will profit you not
this Day (O you who turn away from Allaah’s remembrance and His worship) as
you did wrong, (and) that you will be sharers (you and your Qareen) in the

[al-Zukhruf 43:39].

Rather, if those whom he
loved and was close to were with him, he would wish that they would be
sacrificed for him so that he could escape from this torment:

“The Mujrim, (criminal,
sinner, disbeliever) would desire to ransom himself from the punishment of
that Day by his children.

12. And his wife and his

13. And his kindred who
sheltered him,

14. And all that are in
the earth, so that it might save him”

[al-Ma‘aarij 70:11-14]. 

But if both are people of
Paradise, but are of different degrees, then some of the scholars spoke of
the people of Paradise visiting one another. In Haadi al-Arwaah ila
Bilaad al-Afraah, Ibn al-Qayyim wrote an entire chapter on that, in
which he mentioned a number of hadeeths and reports, the isnaads of which
are not free of weakness; such reports cannot be taken as evidence. Some of
that was also mentioned by al-Haafiz al-Mundhiri in his book al-Targheeb
wa’l-Tarheeb, in a chapter entitled “their visits to one another and
their mounts”. Despite the weakness in the isnaads of this chapter, the idea
that the people of Paradise will visit one another and know one another
there is obvious, especially as that will be part of their complete delight
and joy there. This has been clearly stated by more than one of the salaf. 

Following note from Muslim Quran online Blog 

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