Macam-macam Neraka

Adapun macam-macamnya ada delapan;

  1. Neraka Jahannam disediakan bagi orang-orang Mukmin yang berbuat dosa.
  2. Neraka Jahiim disediakan bagi orang-orang yang menyembah berhala.
  3. Neraka Hawiyah disediakan bagi orang-orang yang Munafiq.
  4. Neraka Wail disediakan bagi orang-orang yang berlaku curang.
  5. neraka Sya’ir disediakan bagi orang-orang Shabiin.
  6. Neraka Ladhaa disediakan bagi orang-orang Yahudi.
  7. Neraka Saqar disediakan bagi orang-orang Majusi.
  8. Neraka Huthomah disediakan bagi orang-orang Nashrani.

Nama-nama Syurga

Di dalam L-Quran Allah SWT menyebutkan dengan jelas nama-nama Syurga. Maksud dari pemberian Nama-Nama tersebut untuk membedakan tingkatan-tingkatannya.

Tingkatan-tingkatan Syurga.

Di dalam hadis disebutkan, bahawa syurga itu mempunyai delapan macam tingkatan-tingkatannya.

Yaitu: Syurga “DARUL-JALAL” Tercipta dari Mutiara Putih. Syurga “DARUS_SALAM” tercipta dari Yaqut Merah. Syurga “JANNATUL-MA’WA” tercipta dari Jabarjud Hijau. Syurga “JANNATUL_KHULD” tercipta dari Marjan Kuning. Syurga “JANNATUN-NA’IM” tercipta dari Perak Putih. Syurga “DARUL QARAAR” tercipta dari Emas Merah. Syurga “JANNATUL FIRDAUS” tercipta dari beberapa lapisan Perak, Emas, Yaqud, Zabarjud dan berlantai Kasturi. Syurga “ADN” tercipta dari Mutiara Putih berpintu Dua dari Emas, lebar pintu, antara keduanya se...


Definasi Syurga

Syurga yang bahasa Al-Qurannya “AL JANNAH” ialah suatu tempat di Alam Akhirat yang penuh dengan macam-macam kenikmatan yang belum pernah dilihat oleh mata, belum pernah didengar oleh telinga dan belum pernah terlintas dihati manusia.

Dalam hadis qudsi, imam Bukhari dan Muslim meriwayatkan seperti berikut:


Allah berfirman: Aku telah menyediakan bagi hambaku yang shalih-shalih, sesuatu yang belum pernah terlihat mata, belum pernah terdengar oleh telings dsn belum pernah terlintas dihati manusia. (H.R. Bukhari Muslim)


Definisi Neraka

Neraka dalam bahasa Alqurannya ” AN NAAR” ialah suatu tempat di alam akhirat, yang ujud disediakan dan di ancamkan oleh Allah sebagai balasan bagi pendusta-pendusta ayat-ayat Allah, orang-orang musyrik, orang-orang munafiq, orang-orang yang berbuat dosa dan mati belum bertaubat, orang-orang yang meninggalkan perintah-perintah Allah dan tidak mahu berbaktti kepada-Nya.

Hadis, Malaikat

Malaikat Yang Menyampaikan Sholawat dan Salam Ummat Muhammad SAW

Adapun keterangan yang menyatakan tentang adanya malaikat yang bertugas menyampaikan sholawat dan salam Ummat Muhammad SAW adalah :

Diriwayatkan oleh Abu Hurairah dan Ammar Bin Yaser ra. bahawa Rasululluh SAW bersabda:


Sesungguhnya Allah SWT telah menciptakan malaikat yang diberi pendengaran semua makhluk. Ia berdiri diatas kuburku sampai hari kiamat. Bila seorang ummatku bersholawat atasku, ia menyampaikannya kepadaku dan berkata: Hai Muhammad, fulan bin fulan telah bersholawat atasmu.

Maka para sahabat bertanya: Ya Rasulullah, bagaimana maksud firman : Sesungguhnya Allah dan para malaikat-Nya bersholawat untuk Nabi?

Nabi SAW bersabda: Bahwa itu termasuk bahagian dari pengetahuan yang tersimpan. Seumpama tidak engkau tanyakan, maka tidak akan ku beritahukan.

Hadis, Malaikat

Pengertian tentang Malaikat

Malaikat ialah jisim-jisim halus yang dijadikan daripada nur, mereka tidak makan dan minum. Dan mereka adalah hamba Allah yang dimuliakan. Tidak pernah mendurhakai Allah, dalam segala yang diperintahkan dan selalu melakukan yang diperintahkan pada mereka.

Nabi SAW pernah bersabda: Artinya:

Malaikat itu diciptakan dari Nur, dan Jin diciptakan dari nyala api, dan Adam diciptakan dari apa yang disifatkan bagi kamu.

Firman Allah:

(Para malaikat itu) tidak mendurhakai Allah terhadap apa yang diperintahkan-Nya kepada mereka dan mengerjakan apa yang diperintahkan. (At-Tahrim 66:6)

Hadis, IMAN

Iman Paling Tinggi

Diriwayatkan dari Abu Hurairah R.A. bahawa Rasulullah ﷺ bersabda, “Iman itu memiliki 70 cabang lebih dan yang paling tinggi adalah kalimah LA ILAHA ILLALAH (Tiada ILAH Selain ALLAH), dan yang paling rendah adalah membuang duri di jalan, dan malu adalah salah satu cabang iman.“ (Hr. Muslim)


The Story of Zakariyah And Yahya (John)

The years had taken their toll on the Prophet Zakariyah (pbuh). He was now old and bent with age, in his nineties. Despite his feebleness, he went to the temple daily to deliver his sermons.

Zakariyah was not a rich man, but he was always ready to help those in need. His one disappointment in life was that he had no children, for his wife was barren. This worried him, for he feared there was no one after him to carry out his work. The people needed a strong leader, for it they were left on their own, they would move away from Allah’s teachings and change the Holy Laws to suit themselves.

During one of his visits to the temple, he went to check on Mary, who was living in a secluded room of the temple. He was surprised to find fresh out of season fruit in her room...


Prophet Jonah (Yunus)

Prophet Jonah (Yunus) (pbuh) also known as Dhan-Nun. About his people Almighty Allah said: Was there any town community that believed after seeing the punishment, and its Faith at that moment, saved it from the punishment? (the answer is none)–except the people of Jonah; when they believed, We removed from them the torment of disgrace in the life of the present world, and permitted them to enjoy for a while. (Ch 10:98 Quran)

The inhabitants of the town of Nineveh were idolaters who lived a shameless life. Prophet Jonah (pbuh) was sent to teach them the worship of Allah. The people disliked his interference in their way of worship, so they argued. “We and our forefathers have worshipped these gods for many years and no harm has come to us.”

Try as he might to convince them of the ...


Story of Elisha (Elyas)

 And remember Our slaves, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, (all) owners of strength (in worshipping Us) and (also) of religious understanding. Verily, We did choose them by granting them (a good thing ) the remembrance of the home (in the Hereafter and they used to make the people remember it, and also they used to invite the people to obey Allah and to do good deeds for the Hereafter). And they are in Our Sight, verily, of the chosen and the best! And remember Ishmael, Elisha, and Dhul-Kifl, all are among the best. (Ch 38:45-48 Quran).

Ibn Ishaaq said that Elisha (pbuh) was sent to the children after Elijah (pbuh). He lived among his people, calling them to Allah and abiding by the message and laws of Elijah until he passed away. Then dissension rose among them, and events took momentum...


Prophet Solomon (Sulaiman)

Solomon inherited David’s prophethood and dominion. This was not a material inheritance, as prophets do not bequeath their property. It is given away to the poor and needy, not to their relatives. Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said: “The prophets’ property will not be inherited, and whatever we leave is to be used for charity.” (Sahih Al-Bukhari).

And indeed We gave knowledge to David and Solomon, and they both said: “All the praises and thanks be to Allah, Who has preferred us above many of His believing slaves!”

And Solomon inherited (the knowledge of) David. He said: “O mankind! We have been taught the language of birds, and on us have been bestowed all things. This, verily, is an evident grace (from Allah).”

And there were gathered before Solomon his hosts of jinns and men, and...


Prophet Dawud (David)

When the two armies faced each other, Goliath challenged any soldier from King Saul’s army to single combat, as was the custom of battle in those days. Goliath also wanted to show off his strength. The men were terrorized, and no one had enough courage to volunteer. The king offered the hand of his pretty daughter in marriage to the man who would fight Goliath, but even this tempting offer did not change the deadly silence among his soldiers.

Then, to everyone’s surprise, a youth stepped forward. A roar of laughter echoed from the enemy’s side, and even Saul’s men shook their heads.

The young man was David (Dawud), from the city of Bethlehem. His elderly father had chosen three of his sons to join Saul’s army...



Allah the Almighty revealed the story of Shu’aib (pbuh): “To the people of Madyan (Madian) (We sent) their brother Shu’aib. He said: “O my people! Worship Allah, you have no other Ilah (God) but Him. Verily! a clear proof (sign) from your Lord has come unto you; so give full measure and full weight and wrong not men in their things, and do not mischief on the earth after it has been set in order that will be better for you, if you are believers. And sit not on every road, threatening, and hindering from the Path of Allah those who believe in Him, and seeking to make it crooked. Remember when you were but few, and He multiplied you. See what was the end of the Mufsideen (mischief makers, corrupts and liars)...


Prophet Job (Ayoub)

Ibn Ishaaq stated that he was a man of Rum. His name was Job, Ibn Mose, Ibn Razeh, Ibn Esau, Ibn Isaac (pbuh), Ibn Abraham (pbuh). Someone else said he was Job, Ibn Mose, Ibn Rimil, Ibn Esau, Ibn Isaac, Ibn Jacob. There have also been other statements on his lineage. Ibn Asaker narrated that his mother was a daughter of Lot (pbuh). It was said, also that his father was one who believed in Abraham (pbuh) when he was cast into the fire.

The first opinion is the most plausible, because he was a descendant of Abraham’s offspring as Allah Almighty declared: “That was Our proof which We gave Abraham against his people. We raise whom We will in degrees. Certainly your Lord is All-Wise, All Knowing...


Prophet Joseph (Yusuf)

his is the most detailed and fascinating story in the Quran, involving both human weaknesses such as jealousy, hatred, pride, passion, deception, intrigue, cruelty, and terror as well as noble qualities such as patience, loyalty, bravery, nobility, and compassion.

It is related that among the reasons for its revelation is that the Jews asked the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) to tell them about Joseph (pbuh) who was one of their old prophets. His story had been distorted in parts and marred in others with interpolation and exclusions. Therefore it was revealed in the Book of Allah (Quran), complete in its minute and careful details.

Allah the Almighty declared: We relate unto you (Muhammad) the best of stories through Our Revelations unto you, of this Quran. And before this (i.e...



One day, Abraham woke up and asked his wife Hajar to get her son and prepare for a long journey. In a few days Abraham started out with his wife Hajar and their son Ishmael. The child was still nursing and not yet weaned.

Abraham walked through cultivated land, desert, and mountains until he reached the desert of the Arabian Peninsula and came to an uncultivated valley having no fruit, no trees, no food, no water. The valley had no sign of life. After Abraham had helped his wife and child to dismount, he left them with a small amount of food and water which was hardly enough for 2 days. He turned around and walked away. He wife hurried after him asking: “Where are you going Abraham, leaving us in this barren valley?”

Abraham did not answer her, but continued walking...


Prophet Lut

Prophet Abraham (PBUH) left Egypt accompanied by his nephew Lut (PBUH), who then went to the city of Sodom (Sadum), which was on the western shore of the Dead Sea.

This city was filled with evil. Its residents waylaid, robbed and killed travelers. Another common evil among them was that men had sex with men instead of with women. This unnatural act later became known as sodomy (after the city of Sodom). It was practiced openly and unashamedly.

It was at the height of these crimes and sins that Allah revealed to Prophet Lut (PBUH) that he should summon the people to give up their indecent behavior, but they were so deeply sunk in their immoral habits that they were deaf to Lot’s preaching...



After the destruction of the Ad, the tribe of Thamud succeeded them in power and glory. They also fell to idol-worshipping. As their material wealth increased so, too, did their evil ways while their virtue decreased. Like the people of Ad, they erected huge buildings on the plains and hewed beautiful homes out of the hills. Tyranny and oppression became prevalent as evil men ruled the land.

So Allah sent unto them His Prophet Salih (PBUH), a man from among them. His name was Salih Ibn Ubeid, Ibn Maseh, Ibn Ubeid, Ibn Hader, Ibn Thamud, Ibn Ather, Ibn Eram, Ibn Noah. He called his people to worship Allah alone, and to not associate partners with Him. While some of them believed him, the majority of them disbelieved and harmed him by both words and deeds. Salih directed them: “O my pe...


Prophet Hud

The people of ‘Ad lived many years in the windswept hills of an area between Yemen and Oman. They were physically well built and renowned for their craftsmanship especially in the construction of tall buildings with lofty towers. They were outstanding among all the nations in power and wealth, which, unfortunately, made them arrogant and boastful. Their political power was held in the hand of unjust rulers, against whom no one dared to raise a voice.

They were not ignorant of the existence of Allah, nor did they refuse to worship Him. What they did refuse was to worship Allah alone. They worshipped other gods, also, including idols. This is one sin Allah does not forgive.

Allah wanted to guide and discipline these people so He sent a prophet from among them...