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Scenario: I was thinking about the scenario and curious about it. So here it is. Suppose there is a man A who has killed someone but he was punished by islamic law (like by chopping of his hands). There is an another man B who also has killed someone but he somehow didn't got the punishment but he repented with the pure heart and suppose he was actually repented by god. Now, here are my questions: 1. In the above scenario, who will be punished in hereafter? If neither then isn't this against adal that Man A was inflicted with the punishment and the Man B was save from his hands chopped? 2. Since god has discussed the punishment of here and hereafter, if someone gets punished here, will he/she will be punished in hereafter too? Thanks.
I opened the article, "Repentence in Islam", and this was mentioned there - Hazrat Ali was asked as to what is tawba, and he replied that tawba consists of six elements: to regret one’s past evil deeds; to carry out Divine duties (fard, wajib etc.) that were missed; to return the rights/properties of others that were usurped unjustly; to ask forgiveness of a person who has been wronged by him, physically or verbally; to make a firm resolve of avoiding the sin in future; and to employ oneself in Allah’s obedience, as he previously employed himself in Allah’s disobedienceDoes anyone know if this is mentioned in any historical document ? Is this mentioned in "Nahjul Balagha" ? JazakAllah.
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