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    Fifteen Punishments for Those Who Disdains the Prayers

    Fifteen Punishments for Those Who Disdains the Prayers

    Sayings (hadith) of Prophet Muhammad (saw): "The one who disdains the prayers will receive fifteen punishments from Allah (swt): six punishments in this lifetime, three while dying, three in the grave and three on the Day of Judgment."

    The six punishments of life:

    1. Allah (swt) takes away blessings from his age (makes his life misfortunate)

    2. Allah (swt) does not accept his plea (Du'as)

    3. Allah (swt) erases the features of good people from his face

    4. He will be detested by all creatures on earth

    5. Allah (swt) does not award him for his good deeds. (No thawab)

    6. He will not be included in the Du'as of good people

    The three punishments while dying:

    1. He dies humiliated

    2. He dies hungry

    3. He dies thirsty. Even if he drinks the water of all seas he will still be thirsty

    The three punishments in the grave:

    1. Allah (swt) tightens his grave until his chest ribs come over each other

    2. Allah (swt) pours on him fire with embers

    3. Allah (swt) sets on him a snake called "the brave", "the bold" which hits Him from morning until afternoon for leaving Fajr prayer, from the afternoon until Asr for leaving Dhuhr prayer and so on. With each strike he sinks 70 yards under the ground

    The three punishments on the Day of Judgment:

    1. Allah (swt) sends who would accompany him to hell pulling him on the face

    2. Allah (swt) gives him an angry look that makes the flesh of his face fall down

    3. Allah (swt) judges him strictly and orders him to be thrown in hell


    Those Who Do Not Say Their Prayers Of:

    Fajr: the glow of their face is taken away.
    Dhuhr: the blessing of their income is taken away.
    Asr: the strength of their body is taken away.
    Maghrib: they are not benefacted by their children.
    Isha: the peace of their sleep is taken away.
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