7 Levels of Hell (Naar) in Islamic Religion

Moslimdaily.com – Annar (hell) is a place in the Hereafter full of torment, distress, misery and in the form of what burns 70 degrees from the fire of hell. In the Quran there are many words of Annar (Hell). Including:

“As for those who disbelieve and deny our verses, they are the inhrabitants of hell, they are eternal in it.” (Q.S. Al-Baqarah:39). Here is the level of hell that Allah SWT prepared in the hereafter.

1. Jahannam Hell

Allah says in Surah An Naba’ verse 21:

إِنَّ جَهَنَّمَ كَانَتْ مِرْصَادًا

“Surely the hell of Jahannam (to him) has a place of surveillance.” In Surah As Shura verse 7, Allah says:

وَكَذَٰلِكَ أَوْحَيْنَآ إِلَيْكَ قُرْءَانًا عَرَبِيًّا لِّتُنذِرَ أُمَّ ٱلْقُرَىٰ وَمَنْ حَوْلَهَا وَتُنذِرَ يَوْمَ ٱلْجَمْعِ لَا رَيْبَ فِيهِ ۚ فَرِيقٌ فِى ٱلْجَنَّةِ وَفَرِيقٌ فِى ٱلسَّعِيرِ


2. Al Jahim

This Naar is inhabited by people who love Allah SWT. In fact, these pagans believe that there is another God to be trusted besides God. This is referred to in the letter Asy-Shu’ara’ verse 91: Wa burrizatil Jahiimu lilghaawiin.

Why is it called Al-Jahim? Ibn Faris explained, the letters jim, ha’, and mim on Al Jahim, have a strong and hot nature. So, hell is a hard and hot place so it is called Al Jahim.

3. As Sa’ir

The Naar of Sa’ir is reserved for those who deny the greatness and power of God. This hell is also shown to people who like to rob or eat the treasures of orphans, while Allah and His Messenger command them to love and love them.

4. Saqhar Hell

Saqar Naar became a horrible place. Don’t mess around or take this for granted. Even Allah has promised to destroy the skin of man. But it is a question of Saqar Naar prepared for what kind of human class? Before answering it, whether there is hell Saqar then this is the word of Allah Ta’ala:

إِنْ هَذَا إِلَّا قَوْلُ الْبَشَرِ (25) سَأُصْلِيهِ سَقَرَ (26) وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا سَقَرُ (27) لَا تُبْقِي وَلَا تَذَرُ (28) لَوَّاحَةٌ لِلْبَشَرِ (29)

“This (Quran) is nothing but the word of man. I will put him in Saqar. Do you know what Saqar is? The saqar did not leave and did not let. Which scorches human skin. (Qs. Al – Muddatstsir: 25-29)

5. Al Huthamah

In Surah Al Humazah verse 4 it says: “Never! Surely he will be thrown into Huthamah.”

The name of Teh Naar is mentioned twice in the Quran, precisely in surah Al Humazah verses 4-7 which describes the Naar of Al Hutamah. The two verses in it mention the word Al Hutamah.

كَلَّا لَيُنْبَذَنَّ فِي الْحُطَمَةِ * وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا الْحُطَمَةُ * نَارُ اللَّهِ الْمُوقَدَةُ * الَّتِي تَطَّلِعُ عَلَى الْأَفْئِدَ

“Sometimes not! Surely he will be thrown into huthamah. And do you know what Huthamah is? The fire of Allah is kindled, which reaches the heart.” (QS Al Humazah 4-7)

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Allah has made it clear that The Naar of Huthamah is God’s burning fire. Ibn Faris explained in language that the letters ‘Ha’, ‘Tha’, and ‘Mim’ are one origin, and this is a form of destruction of something.

It is called Hutamah because it destroys something into pieces. “The fire is called a divisive fire because what it is subjected to will be destroyed,” ibn Faris said.

6.Al Hawiyah Hell

In Surah Al Qariah verse 9, Allah says: Fa ummuhụ hāwiyah Means: “Then the place of return is the hell of Hawiyah.”

This name is mentioned once in the Qur’an, namely in surat Al Qariah precisely in verses 8-11.

وَأَمَّا مَنْ خَفَّتْ مَوَازِينُهُ * فَأُمُّهُ هَاوِيَةٌ * وَمَا أَدْرَاكَ مَا هِيَهْ * نَارٌ حَامِيَةٌ

“And as for those who are light in scale, the place of return is the hell of Hawiyah. Do you know what Hawiyah hell is? It’s a very hot fire.”

7. Hell of Al Ladzha, mentioned in the Quran in surah Al Maarij verses 15-16.

كَلَّا إِنَّهَا لَظَى * نَزَّاعَةً لِلشَّوَى “

Never can, verily hell is a turbulent fire, which peels off the scalp.”

Al-Farahidi explained, This one hell is a pure flame. The heat on this hellfire looks as if it’s burning.

In fact, Ibn Mandzhur Al-Ifriqi said, hell is so called because the fire in it is the most ferocious fire.

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