Those in the world who follow the command of Allah and the path shown by His Messenger Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) will go to Paradise. There they will live in absolute peace. Who has a beginning, has no end. The most interesting blessing for the people of Paradise is the sight of Didar. There are many descriptions in the Qur’an and Hadith about the blessings of Paradise, happiness, peace, and prosperity. There are eight gates to enter Paradise. Those who have succeeded will enter Paradise through these doors according to their dignity.
Each of the eight gates of Paradise has two scales. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) made it clear how wide the space between the two ranges is.
The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said in a hadeeth in Muslim Sharif, a pure book of hadeeth, that the width between the two doors of Paradise is equal to the distance from Makkah to Bahrain, or from Makkah to Bushra, Syria.
1400 years ago today, the Prophet (peace be upon him) gave this message. If the Prophet had said, the distance between the two ranges of the gates of Paradise is from Makkah to Hazar. Then this might not have been discussed at this moment. He immediately said, or the distance between the two gates of Paradise is equal to the distance from Mecca to Bushra.
It is clear from the words of the Prophet that the distance from
the width between the two doors of Paradise
On Sunday, a Facebook page called Islam Practice covered the issue in one of their posts. The image found on the satellite has been posted there. The picture shows that the distance from Mecca to Bushra in Syria is 1,200 kilometers. On the other hand, the distance from Mecca Sharif to Bahrain is one thousand two hundred kilometers.
The last prophet and messenger, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) was born in 570 AD in Mecca, Arabia. At the age of 40, he received prophethood from God. He started preaching Islam in 610 AD. He migrated to Medina in 622 AD. The Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) little by little for 23 long years. He died in 632 AD.