Arais Al-Majalis Fi Qisas Al-Anbiya Lives of the Prophets: by Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Thalabi
By Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Thalabi
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212ff. , between the early followers of Islam in Medina against the Meccans—since used as a metaphor for extreme bravery, the battle of the few against many, as the Medinans numbered about one-third the number of the Meccans. " (83:7) God has made the seventh earth a dwelling-place for Iblls and his hosts. In it is his nest, on one side of which is the hot wind and on the other side vehement cold. He is surrounded by his hosts of evil spirits and the fiercest of the jinn20 and from there he disperses his troops and his hosts.
He is surrounded by his hosts of evil spirits and the fiercest of the jinn20 and from there he disperses his troops and his hosts. Those to whom he accords the highest station with him are those who cause the greatest temptation to humans. Salamah b. Kuhayl—Abu 1-Zarqa3, quoting 'Abdallah: "Today Paradise is in the seventh Heaven, whereas tomorrow God may place it wherever He wishes, and Hell today is in the lowest Earth, but tomorrow He may place it wherever He wishes. As for what is beyond the bottom of the Earth, satisfy yourself with the story of Korah21 when God caused the Earth to swallow him up with his house and possessions.
They kneel and prostrate themselves, and do not raise their glances, nor will they raise them until the Day of Resurrection. '" "God created the sixth Heaven, whose width is a journey of five hundred years, and from it to the seventh Heaven is a journey of five hundred years. There is God's greatest and most powerful army, the Cherubim,38 whose number only God can count. In charge of them is an angel whose army consists of seventy thousand angels, each of whom has troops of seventy thousand angels.