Is it narrated that any of the Sahaabah (may Allah be pleased with them) asked the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) to intercede for them on the Day of Resurrection?Is there any proof that any of the Sahaabah asked the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) for intercession (having to do with the Day of Resurrection, not with seeking forgiveness) whilst he was still alive?
Is there any mention in the Islamic texts of a minimum period that sinners among the people of Tawheed will spend in Hell?What is the minimum duration for a muslim in Jahannam advised in Quran and authentic Hadith?
Will watching haraam soap operas and plucking the eyebrows form an impediment to the intercession of the intercessors on the Day of Resurrection?Briefly, I read your fatwa having to do with intercession (21672), in which it says that there are some people whose intercession will not be accepted, and I immediately wondered whether I would be one of these people or not? Please note that, praise be to Allah, I pray, but sometimes I pray and sometimes I do not, then I go back to praying, then I stop again, and so on. But this time in sha Allah I will be one of those who persist in it. I do not listen to music, praise be to Allah. I watch Turkish soap operas, but I do not look at provocative scenes. But my fear is that I may be cursed because of my eyebrows, because I pluck my eyebrows and I remove excess hair from them. Will this form an impediment to the intercession of Ahl al-Bayt and of Sayyiduna Muhammad, or the mercy of Allah, may He be glorified and exalted?
Ruling on seeking intercession from the Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him)Many people say “Ash-shafaa‘ah ya Muhammad (intercession, O Muhammad.” Is this is shirk?
Virtues of Ahl Al-BaytWhat is the virtue of Ahl al-Bayt and their superiority over other people? Will they intercede for the people on the Day of Resurrection?
Types of intercession (shafaa’ah)I hear some people saying that intercession belongs only to Allah and can only be asked of Him, while others say that Allah has given the power of intercession to His Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) and to His righteous close friends (awliyaa’) so that we may ask them to intercede for us. What is the correct view, and can you quote shar’i evidence to support it?
Intercession on the Day of JudgementWhat is intercession (shafa'ah)? Are there different kinds of intercession? Will people intercede or only the prophets? Are there any people whose intercession will not be accepted?
Can the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) hear those who call upon him when he is in his grave?Some people believe that the Prophet Muhamamd [(peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him)] is "Shaheed" and is in BArzakh where he can hear us if we send 'darood' on him and also if we ask his 'wasta' [by virtue of his closeness to Allah]in praying to God.
Is Praying at Graves Permissible?I was in a conversation with a follower of the Sufi way of Islam and that person asked me what I thought about praying at the graves, or about religious scholars interceding during the day of Judgment. I told that person that praying to someone’s grave is shirk and no one can intercede except the Prophet. What is the ruling of the people of knowledge on this matter and where can I look for proof?
The believer’s family joining him in ParadiseWill the people who go to Heaven be reunited with their loved ones who go to Hell? Is it possible to take loved ones out of Hell, since all requests in Heaven are granted (assuming they know about their fate)? Can we also be reunited with our Loved ones in this world who are non-mahrum to us? This includes those that we loved but could not marry.