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Whoever suffered an affliction and he knew that it occurred by Allahs Judgement and Decree, and he patiently abides, awaiting Allahs reward, then Allah guides his heart, and will compensate him for his loss in this life by granting guidance to his heart and certainty in faith. Allah will replace whatever he lost for Him with the same or what is better.
There were days when the forces of the Muslims were dreaded by all those who opposed them, when people from all over the world would travel to to the lands of the Muslims to receive education, and when Arabic was the language of success. These days are all but gone. Muslims and Islam are generally looked down upon. Why? The Prophet said it is because of Wahn.
The sign of mans happiness and success lies in his repentance to his Lord and his uprightness on the law of Allah and His religion all his life and not being distracted by the strife to acquire the beauties of this world from working towards the eternal life. Such is the way of the righteous and pious people
According to Islaam and all divinely revealed religions, when a person dies on earth he will not be reborn until the Day of Resurrection. After the destruction of the world, all of mankind will rise up from the dead to be judged by Allah, the only God worthy of worship and the Greatest of Judges.
The loss of a loved one is a time when a person may be overwhelmed with grief, and many customs surrounding bereavement reflect the depth of the feeling of loss. Wailing, eulogizing (i.e. praising the deceased excessively) and tearing ones garments are all customs which were well known at the time of Jâhiliyyah, and are still common among some Muslims.