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QWhere will the Day of Judgement take place?

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#1Help Plz!Answered at 2012-11-29 20:57:09
Assalaam Alaikum Judgment Day , which will take place during it , the soil condition and the condition of the people Ibn ' Abbas said : [ إذا زلزلت الارض زلزالها ] ( When the earth trembles with his Zilzal . )
#2NukdogAnswered at 2012-12-06 10:54:43
First here on Earth will become much worse before Jesus returns and ushers in the Millennium that will last 1000 years . During this time , Satan will not be here to tempt us to sin . We will continue to work , have children , etc. At the end of the millennium Satan will be allowed to return for a short time before the resurrection of all human beings who have lived and died . Their spirits will meet his earthly body , but not in the age at which he died . After the Resurrection is the Day of Judgment in the spiritual world where we realize all that Jesus did here on earth , good and evil with perfect recall . After that we will send one of the three kingdoms forever. This planet will be cleansed and renewed as the highest realm called Heaven. All three kingdoms have 3 different degrees depending on what you did here on Earth will go accordingly.
#3AhmadAnswered at 2012-12-09 21:15:46
Allah knows best
#4Danie;Answered at 2013-03-11 07:13:36
In a large plain white and tended flatened - this is the place to Mahshar , the meeting place ... where ALL human beings who have ever lived , from Adam to the last soul on earth died . Not only human beings , but all geniuses , animals , trees , plants , insects ... all living things have existed will be present that day in Mahshar .. be a little tight because we will not have room to move .. right in the place where we stand ... and the sun is less than a mile above our heads . Subhanallah ... we forget our days: (
Prepare for today : (
#5SolanoAnswered at 2013-07-08 14:09:58
HOW do you picture Judgment Day? Many think that one by one, billions of souls will be brought before the throne of God. There, judgment will be passed upon each individual. Some will be rewarded with heavenly bliss, and others will be condemned to eternal torment. However, the Bible paints quite a different picture of this period of time. God’s Word portrays it, not as a terrifying time, but as a time of hope and restoration.

At Revelation 20:11, 12, we read the apostle John’s description of Judgment Day: “I saw a great white throne and the one seated on it. From before him the earth and the heaven fled away, and no place was found for them. And I saw the dead, the great and the small, standing before the throne, and scrolls were opened. But another scroll was opened; it is the scroll of life. And the dead were judged out of those things written in the scrolls according to their deeds.” Who is the Judge described here?

Jehovah God is the ultimate Judge of mankind. However, he delegates the actual work of judging. According to Acts 17:31, the apostle Paul said that God “has set a day in which he purposes to judge the inhabited earth in righteousness by a man whom he has appointed.” This appointed Judge is the resurrected Jesus Christ. (John 5:22) When, though, does Judgment Day begin? How long does it last?

The book of Revelation shows that Judgment Day begins after the war of Armageddon, when Satan’s system on earth will be destroyed. (Revelation 16:14, 16; 19:19–20:3) After Armageddon, Satan and his demons will be imprisoned in an abyss for a thousand years. During that time, the 144,000 heavenly joint heirs will be judges and will rule “as kings with the Christ for a thousand years.” (Revelation 14:1-3; 20:1-4; Romans 8:17) Judgment Day is not some hurried event lasting a mere 24 hours. It lasts a thousand years.

During that thousand-year period, Jesus Christ will “judge the living and the dead.” (2 Timothy 4:1) “The living” will be the “great crowd” that survives Armageddon. (Revelation 7:9-17) The apostle John also saw “the dead . . . standing before the throne” of judgment. As Jesus promised, “those in the memorial tombs will hear [Christ’s] voice and come out” by means of a resurrection. (John 5:28, 29; Acts 24:15) But on what basis will all be judged?

According to the apostle John’s vision, “scrolls were opened,” and “the dead were judged out of those things written in the scrolls according to their deeds.” Are these scrolls the record of people’s past deeds? No, the judgment will not focus on what people did before they died. How do we know that? The Bible says: “He who has died has been acquitted from his sin.” (Romans 6:7) Those resurrected thus come to life with a clean slate, so to speak. The scrolls must therefore represent God’s further requirements. To live forever, both Armageddon survivors and resurrected ones will have to obey God’s commandments, including whatever new requirements Jehovah might reveal during the thousand years. Thus, individuals will be judged on the basis of what they do during Judgment Day.
Judgment Day will give billions of people their first opportunity to learn about God’s will and to conform to it. This means that a large-scale educational work will take place. Indeed, “righteousness is what the inhabitants of the productive land will certainly learn.” (Isaiah 26:9) However, not all will be willing to conform to God’s will. Isaiah 26:10 says: “Though the wicked one should be shown favor, he simply will not learn righteousness. In the land of straightforwardness he will act unjustly and will not see the eminence of Jehovah.” These wicked ones will be put to death permanently during Judgment Day.—Isaiah 65:20.

By the end of Judgment Day, surviving humans will have “come to life” fully as perfect humans. (Revelation 20:5) Judgment Day will thus see the restoration of mankind to its original perfect state. (1 Corinthians 15:24-28) Then a final test will take place. Satan will be released from his imprisonment and allowed to try to mislead mankind one last time. (Revelation 20:3, 7-10) Those who resist him will enjoy the complete fulfillment of the Bible’s promise: “The righteous themselves will possess the earth, and they will reside forever upon it.” (Psalm 37:29) Yes, Judgment Day will be a blessing to all faithful mankind!
#6migdaliaAnswered at 2013-11-09 14:59:29
The earth would be flattened and stretched for the day of Resurrection.
The accountability will take place in the holy land of Syria ( Palestine).
Thus the punishment will be declared on the land where crimes are
taking place. Allah is Just and His punishment is severe.

Muhammad Javed Iqbal
#7siskiuAnswered at 2013-11-16 09:48:30
The "final fire" will drive the last remaining people on Earth to the Arab peninsula.

From there time will stop and Allah will call forth all the generations and demand "Where are those who were your kings? for I am the king of kings?" Or words to that effect. The people will rise from their graves and judgement will commence.

The last generation will be the first to be judged
#8bird_of_paradiseAnswered at 2013-12-07 18:39:08
Assalaamu 'alaikum

Knowledge of the hour is a matter of the unseen which belongs to Allaah and which He has kept to Himself. He has not told any of His creation of that, including the Prophets, Messengers and the angels who are close to Him. Even the best of the Messengers, our Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), did not know when the hour will begin.

The texts of the Qur’aan and Sunnah clearly indicate that the knowledge of the Hour is something unseen which no created being knows.

The evidence from the Qur’aan includes the following:

1 – Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning):

“They ask you about the Hour (Day of Resurrection): ‘When will be its appointed time?’ Say: ‘The knowledge thereof is with my Lord (Alone). None can reveal its time but He. Heavy is its burden through the heavens and the earth. It shall not come upon you except all of a sudden.’ They ask you as if you have a good knowledge of it. Say: ‘The knowledge thereof is with Allaah (Alone), but most of mankind know not.’”

[al-‘Araaf 7:187]
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