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- another term for Judgement Day
- ‘This Day of Judgment is the day of the resurrection of the dead, when all will be judged as to their position in the World to Come.’
- ‘On the Day of Judgement, we shall stand, raised from the dead.’
- ‘As Muslims, it is our firm belief that on the Day of Judgment, we would be answerable to Allah in matters relating to our neighbours and relatives.’
- ‘People who do that will certainly have to account for it on the Day of Judgement.’
- ‘Is she going to be held responsible in any way on the Day of Judgment?’
- ‘If we hold back, we may be held accountable on the Day of Judgment.’
- ‘Each of us will have a private hearing on the Day of Judgment.’
- ‘Here too I will rest, unto the Day of Judgement.’
- ‘… ‘What extinguishes Hell's fire on the Day of Judgment?’’
- ‘Abramic faiths (such as Christianity, Islam and Judaism) believe that a Day of Judgement will come, followed by the resurrection of the dead.’
- ‘The earthquake that will take place on the Day of Judgment will be much stronger; on that day the whole earth will be shaken.’
- ‘We all know the Hadith about the Day of Judgement, when Allah's shade will protect those who spent their youth serving Him!’
- ‘Abstain from dishonesty, so that you may not be disgraced on the Day of Judgment.’
- ‘They believe in the Day of Judgment and individual accountability for actions.’
- ‘The truthful and honest businessman will be in the company of the Prophets, the truthful people, and the martyrs on the Day of Judgement.’
- ‘The Prophet tells us that one of the first things we have to account for on the Day of Judgment is the use of our time.’
- ‘You will be facing God on the Day of Judgment, and He knows for certain your intentions and your secret thoughts.’
- ‘I believe in Heaven and Hell and the Day of Judgement.’
- ‘I acted as I saw fit and God will support me in the Day of Judgment.’
- ‘He may be among those whose shortcomings will be converted to good deeds on the Day of Judgment.’
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