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Selam iyi gnler sizden ge

Selam iyi gnler sizden gelenler Herkes mutlu memnun Ve referans veriyor Sizde salkl beslenerek fazlalklarn zi atabilirsiniz la kullanmadan Yorulmadan Diyet yapmadan halsizlik ekmeden A kalmadan sadece salkl beslenerek kilo problemini n zebilirsiniz Cevrenizde kilo problemi olan kiler varm Fazla kilolara sen bilgi ve danmanlk iin Whatsap dm direk iletiim 0544 366 07 38 #team#kordonboyu #cennet#taksim#gratis #yry #levent#tarabya#etiler#sbata#istinyepark #dumankaya #turuckocman#diyetyemekleri #formda#tekirda#uludam#dr#bayramtepe#glhisar#irinevler#olimpiyat#ikitelli#badatcaddesi #starcity #safaky#baclar#istinye#beylikdz #bebek

Herbalife a kalmadan diye

Herbalife a kalmadan diyet yapmadan salkl Kilo verebilirsiniz whatsapp iletiim 05334083326Selam iyi gnler sizden gelenler Herkes mutlu memnun Ve referans veriyor Sizde salkl beslenerek fazlalklarn zi atabilirsiniz la kullanmadan Yorulmadan Diyet yapmadan halsizlik ekmeden A kalmadan sadece salkl beslenerek kilo problemini n zebilirsiniz Cevrenizde kilo problemi olan kiler varm Fazla kilolara sen bilgi ve danmanlk iin Whatsap dm direk iletiim 05434825213 #team#kordonboyu #cennet#taksim#gratis #yry #levent#tarabya#etiler#sbata#istinyepark #dumankaya #turuckocman#diyetyemekleri #formda#tekirda#uludam#dr#bayramtepe#glhisar#irinevler#olimpiyat#ikitelli#badatcaddesi #starcity #safaky#baclar#istinye#beylikdz #bebek

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Cennet and Cehennem are situated next to each other. Cennet is situated at 362709N 34620E and Cehennem is at 362716N 34621E. Both of them are in the rural area of the Silifke district which in turn is a part of Mersin Province. They are accessible by a 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) long all season open road from the main highway (D 400). The highway distances are 22 kilometres (14 mi) to Silifke and 67 kilometres (42 mi) to Mersin. They are close to the coastal town of Narlkuyu.

The opening of Cennet is 250 x 110 m2 (820 x 360 ft2) and its average dept is 70 metres (230 ft). It is possible to reach the bottom of Cennet by a primitive staircase composed of 300 steps. At the bottom toward the south, there is a smaller and 150 step deeper cave. In this cave are the ruins of a monastery built in the 5th century by a certain Paulus and dedicated to Virgin Mary. In this monastery one can hear the sound of a small underground stream which flows from the monastery to the gulf of Narlkuyu.

Cehennem is a deeper sinkhole with a depth of 128 metres (420 ft). But its top opening is smaller with dimensions 70 x 50 m2 ( 210 x 150 ft2 ). As the upper edge of the opening is concave there is no access to the bottom of Cehennem.

The highest level of Paradise is Firdaws (Arabic: ), which is where the most loyal and pious people will dwell. In contrast to Jannah, the words Jahannam, Dozukh, and Nr are used to refer to the concept of hell. There are many words in the Arabic language for both Heaven and Hell and those words also appear in the Qur'an and Hadith. Most of them have become part of the Islamic traditions.

The descriptions of paradise are mentioned in significant detail in the Qur'an, Hadiths and traditional tafsr (exegesis). In the Quran, paradise is described as filled with material delights, such as beautiful maidens, precious stones, delicious foods, and constantly flowing waterthe latter especially appealing to the desert dwelling Arabs, who spend most of their life in arid lands. Besides the material notion of the paradise, those descriptions are also interpreted as allegories, explaining the state of joy people will get. The Persian theologian Al-Ghazali said: This life belongs to the world of earth and the world of visibility; the hereafter belongs to the world of transcendental and the world of beings. By this life I understand your state before death, by hereafter I understand your state after death ... However, it is impossible to explain the world of beings in this life by any other means than allegories. The true beauty of paradise is also understood as the joy of beholding God, the creator. The Paradise is described as surrounded by eight principal gates, each level generally being divided into a hundred degrees. The highest level is known as firdaws (sometimes called Eden). It will be entered first by Muhammad, then those who lived in poverty, and then the most pious. Entrants will be greeted by angels with salutations of peace or As-Salamu Alaykum. Gardens of perpetual bliss: they shall enter there, as well as the righteous among their fathers, their spouses, and their offspring: and angels shall enter unto them from every gate (with the salutation): "Peace unto you for that ye persevered in patience! Now how excellent is the final home!" The Islamic texts describes life for its immortal inhabitants as: one that is happywithout hurt, sorrow, fear or shamewhere every wish is fulfilled. Traditions relate that inhabitants will be of the same age (33 years), and of the same standing. Their life is one of bliss including wearing sumptuous robes, bracelets and perfumes as they partake in exquisite banquets served in priceless vessels by immortal youths (Houri), as they recline on couches inlaid with gold or precious stones. In them are women limiting [their] glances, untouched before them by man or jinni - So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? - They will eat delicious food and drink, and every bowl will have a new taste. They will take eructation which will digest the food and there will be perfumed sweating for the digestion of water. Inhabitants will rejoice in the company of their parents, spouses, and children (provided they were admitted to paradise)conversing and recalling the past. Those on the Right, what people they are! They will dwell amid thornless lote trees, and clustered acacia with spreading shade, constantly flowing water, abundant fruits, unfailing, unforbidden, with incomparable companions We have specially created - virginal, loving, of matching age - for those on the Right, many from the past and many from later generations For these will be the ones brought nearest to God in Gardens of bliss: many from the past and a few from later generations. On couches of well-woven cloth they will sit facing each other; everlasting youths will go round among them with glasses, flagons, and cups of a pure drink that causes no headache or intoxication; [there will be] any fruit they choose; the meat of any bird they like; and beautiful eyed maidens like hidden pearls: a reward for what they used to do The food in Jannah never rotting and so delicious it will make any person on earth live without feeling hunger forever. The dwellings for inhabitants will be pleasant, with lofty gardens, shady valleys, fountains scented with camphor or ginger; rivers of water, milk, honey and Sharab-un-Tahoora (pure drink); delicious fruits of all seasons without thorns; One day in paradise is considered equal to a thousand years on earth. Palaces are made from bricks of gold, silver, pearls, among other things. Traditions also note the presence of horses and camels of "dazzling whiteness", along with other creatures. Large trees are described, mountains made of musk, between which rivers flow in valleys of pearl and ruby. The names of four rivers are Saihan (Syr Darya), Jaihan (Amu Darya), Furat (Euphrates) and Nil (Nile). Salsabil is the name of a spring that is the source of the rivers of Rahma (mercy) and Al-Kawthar (abundance). Sidrat al-Muntaha is a Lote tree that marks the end of the seventh heaven, the boundary where no creation can pass. In spite of the goodly dwellings given to the inhabitants of paradise, the approval of God and nearness to him is considered greater. According to the Qur'an, God will bring the elect near to his throne (arsh), a day on which "some faces shall be shining in contemplating their Lord." The vision of God is regarded as the greatest of all rewards, surpassing all other joys.

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