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This is also a place where there is complete darkness and strong black fire, which has no shine to it and this place has been made for the sinners and the infidels to live. The infidels will be imprisoned here forever. It’s fire will continue to get hotter. The fire of hell is so strong that if a pinpoint of it was thrown into this world every single person would die from it’s heat. If one of the guards of hell came to this world, people would all die just by seeing his frightening face, no one would survive. The Jahannamees will be given many different types of punishment. Big snakes and scorpions will bite. People will have their heads crushed by big hammers. People will suffer from extreme hunger and thirst. They will be given boiling hot oil type of water to drink and poisonous thorny fruits to eat. When they eat this fruit it will get stuck in the throat, and to wash it down they will ask for water and will be given the boiling hot water. When drinking this water all their insides will break and wash away. The thirst will be so extreme that when drinking this water the lips will crumble away. The infidels will become so helpless from this punishment that they will wish for death, but it will not come. They will ask for each others advice and go to the guard of hell ‘Hazrat Malik’, and ask him to tell the lord of their conclusion. Hazrat Malik will not reply to them for a thousand years. After a thousand years he will reply “what are you telling me for, tell him whom you have disobeyed”. Then for a thousand years they will call Allah by his merciful names, and for a thousand years he will not reply. After a thousand years he will reply “stay away, remain in hell, do not talk to me”. At this time the infidels will become completely hopeless of any kind of mercy and will start screaming and crying like a sound of donkeys. First they will cry with tears, then when the tears finish they will cry with tears of blood. From the effects of crying they will leave big gaping gaps in their cheeks. The amount of water and pus from crying will be so much that if boats were put into them they would start sailing. The face of Jahannamees will be so bad that if a Jahannamee was brought into this world, all the people would die by looking at his face and from the foul stench. Finally for infidels the situation will be that for every infidel a coffin will be prepared for them to the length of their height, and then they will be put into this coffin. The it will be set on fire and it will be locked with a padlock of fire. It will be then be put inside a larger coffin also made of fire and the gap between will be set on fire. A padlock with chains will also be put around it made of fire. It will then be put into another coffin and the then also set on fire and again will be locked with a lock of fire. All this will be then put into a bonfire. Then all infidels will think that they will never be able to withstand any other heat and this punishment is above all punishment, and there will always be punishment for them and will never finish. When all Jannatees reach Jannat and all Jahannamees that are in Jahannam are to remain there forever, reach Jahannam, then between Jannat and Dozakh ‘death’ will be brought in the shape of a ram. Then a caller will call the people of Jannat and they will look in worry thinking that maybe we might be ordered out of here. Then the caller will call the Jahannamees and they will come happily thinking we might be ordered out of this painful place. Then the caller will ask “Do you recognise this ?” Everyone will reply “Yes, this is death”. Then the ram will be slaughtered and he will say “Oh those in Jannat, you are there forever and there will be no death, and you in Dozakh, you are there forever, there will be no death”. At this point there will be happiness on top of happiness for the Jannatees and sadness on top of sadness for the Jahannamees.

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