Did Muhammad say that children who die in childhood will be gathered in a place called Maidan-i-Hashr and then a prophet will be sent to them there, and that those who accept the prophet will go to Heaven?
Is it possible to make contact with the spirits of the deceased?
When the Quran refers to "a punishment in the grave" is it reffering to the physical grave or to something else?
Will the soul's development after death be similar to the embryo's development in the womb?
What are the two types of punishment which is once on the day of Resurrection and once in the grave?
Where does the Forgiveness of God come into play during the spiritual development of the soul after death?
What is the difference between the resurrection and the first stage of death -- or is it a continuous process?
Does one's soul immediately "meet God" after death or later at the Day of Judgement?
Is the fact that Buddhists and Hindus share a common belief in reincarnation similar to how Jews, Christians and Muslims share a common belief in life-after-death?
Will this soul in the Afterlife die after it has attained its purpose?
What happens to a person immediately after death during Alame Barzakh (period of time between death and Day of Judgement)?
In the Afterlife, will we have the same physical infirmities as we did in our life on Earth?
What is the meaning behind ahzab-e-kabr (punishment in the grave)?
What will happen to children who die and, as such, did not have a chance to act on their "sharia"?
Will the people who are spiritually blind in this life remain spiritually blind in the Afterlife as is it mentioned in the Quran, "But whoso is blind in this world shall be blind in the Hereafter, and even more astray from the way." (17:73)?
Is Hell eternal or is it more like a hospital?
Does the soul go through a painful transformation after death?
Where does the soul go between the time of death and the Day of Resurrection?
What happens to an animal's soul after they die?