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The Levels Of Revelation – Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymīn from Ibnul-Qayyim


  1. The true dream.
  2. The Angel casts into his (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) heart.
  3. The Angel speaks to him (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) in human form.
  4. It comes to him as the ringing of a bell and this is the most difficult upon him (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam).
  5. He (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) sees the Angel in his created form.
  6. That which Allah revealed to him (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) on the Night of Ascension.
  7. The direct speech of Allah without mediator.
  8. Some added: Allah speaking to him (sallallāhu ‘alayhi wa sallam) without a veil (based on the opinion that he saw his Lord. However, all the Companions are of the position that he did not see Him).


Muktārāt min Zād Al-Ma’ād – Shaykh Ibn ‘Uthaymīn
Translated by Abū Humayd

Those upon Whom The Angels Descend and Cover in Mercy – Ash Shaykh Zayd Al Madkhalee

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

Al Allaamah Ash Shaykh Zayd bin Haadi Al Madkhalee (Rahimahullah) said:

Those who sit in gatherings (where) knowledge of the Islamic legislation is being (taught), whilst desiring the truth and to wage war against falsehood, having love for the Sunnah and to wage war against bidah, these are the (people) upon whom the Angels descend and the ones showered with mercy

التعليقــات اللطيفة على أصول السنة المنيفة ٣٣.

Shaikh bin Baz on “Near-Death Experiences” and that Which is Witnessed

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

It is common to hear of individuals who have had “near-death experiences”, vision of seeing strange lights amongst other strange affairs, the following is regarding the story of an individual written in a  newspaper some 30 years ago, however the content is relevant as a generic matter.

The story narrates how a particular individual fell into a coma and it was mistakenly thought that he had actually died, and so he was consequently buried. He was however actually alive, and upon discovering that, he was removed and rescued from his grave 3 days later. That individual then narrated the “strange and fascinating” sights he witnessed whilst buried underground in his grave in the “close-to-death” experience, he makes mentions of Angels etc….[the exact content of the narration is not of importance, however the following response is].

The following statement [summarised] is the response of Shaikh ibn Baz to this individual’s narration of what he apparently witnessed.

“Due to some people believing such false stories I considered it important to highlight and alert the attention of people to the reality of this affair. In reality this is a complete and utter lie falsified by the claimant [narrations of seeing things from the after-life in so called near-death experiences]. It is known in the Legislation of Islam that the 2 Angels do not come to an individual until he actually dies, they do not come to someone who is still alive in this manner [coma or otherwise]  for the questionning [!]. [They] invent such stories of [near-death experiences] of seeing all types of strange affairs for other degrading gains [i.e. money from selling the story]”.

[via Shaikh ibn Baz’s official website]