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Last updated: 24th October 2005
Question ID: #970
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saleha salim patel
24th October 2005

salaamz do all muslims have a seperate janat because in the end all muslims go janat

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7th November 2005
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Bismihi Ta'ala

Each Muslim will have their own Jannah and this is not hard to comprehend. If the lowest Jannati has a Jannat the size of this world, then imagine the size of the highest Jannatis Jannat.

Anything is possible for Allah. The reason why we may find it hard to comprehend is due to the limits of our minds, intellects and imagination. If you mentioned to a baby in a mothers womb that there exists such a massive universe with planets and stars and unique creations, it would not believe you, because the mothers womb is its world.

Likewise, this is our world, and we do not see beyond, but is very possible for Allah to create such large Jannats for the dwellers therein.

Science and technology has further made it easier for us to understand. Acentury ago, there was no thought that a message could be sent across the world in a few seconds, but todays text messaging and e mail facility has made this possible too.

Anything is possible for Allah, as he al-Qadir and al-Qawiyy.

And Allah knows best