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      i forget their names.

      The two angels who write down everything you do - the angel on the right writes your good deeds, the one on the left writes your bad ones.

      Question - do they only write your deeds, or do they write your niyyat behind your deeds as well? Like some deeds come out wrong, but your niyyat was right. Would that be taken into account?


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      kiraaman kaatibeen....
      thats what they r called in urdu (in pakistan atleast)
      although i doubt that they have some names mentioned elsewhere....
      wallahu aalam....

      the niyyat is the important thing....
      Both Halal & Haram r evident but between them r doubtful things, most ppl have no knowledge about them. So whoever saves himself from suspicious things saves his religion & honor, & whoever indulges in suspicious things indulges in Haram.

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      Yes, thank you so much, Kiraman Katibeen (Noble writers).

      Not a word does he utter but there is a sentinel by him, ready (to note it) {50.18}

      But verily over you (are appointed angels) to protect you,- Kind and honourable,- Writing down (your deeds) {82.10-11}

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      Source: http://www.islamicity.com/MOSQUE/ARA...T/82/82_10.htm

      Niyaat is the most important thing... yes i hope so.

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      Niyaat is not written unless the action is performed. When the action takes place only then the niyat is considered and the deed written acordingly.

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      Sister Nadia I think you'll find the following very interesting.

      "Every human being has two angels who accompany him and record his deeds. The generous one records his good deeds, and is so named because each good deed is rewarded ten times over or even more. The recorder of evil deeds is called simply the Recorder , because each evil deed counts only one-fold.

      "And, indeed, there are over you scribes, generous and recording. They know what you do." [82 (Al-Infitaar), 10-12]

      These angels record our deeds, words and thoughts.

      "He utters not any word except that there is with him an observer, ready." [50 (Qaaf), 18]

      The system for recording of deeds is detailed in the Hadith Qudsi, narrated by `Abdullah ibn `Abbas (ra) : The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhe wa sallam said, regarding that which he narrates from his Lord, the Possessor of Blessings, the Exalted, "Indeed, Allah has defined the good and the evil deeds, and then explained them. So, whoever had the thought to do a good deed, but did not do it, Allah writes it for him as a complete good deed, while if he [actually] did it, Allah writes it for him as ten good deeds, [or] up to seven hundred fold, [or] up to [even] many times [more over]. And, if he had the thought to do an evil deed, but [dispelled the thought and] did not do it, Allah writes it for him as a complete good deed, while if he [entertained the thought and] acted on it, Allah writes it as a single evil deed." (Related by Bukhari and Muslim)"

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      THanks for asking the question Nadia.
      And JazakaAllahu khairan bro Ibn Sadique for posting the hadith qudsi. THat was a good reminder!
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      Originally posted by Stupid Idiot:
      Niyaat is not written unless the action is performed. When the action takes place only then the niyat is considered and the deed written acordingly.
      Intentions(niyat) of doing a good action/deed are written down.
      Intentions(niyat) of doing a bad action/deed are not written down unless the bad deed is actually done.

      Thoughts are also written down. If we are thinking about a person negatively it is written down as backbiting, so thoughts should be clear as well..

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      Thoughts are also written down. If we are thinking about a person negatively it is written down as backbiting, so thoughts should be clear as well..
      Are you sure about that

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      There are in creation Archangels, with countless Angels under
      their respective command being: Jibril (Gabriel)the conveyor of the divine message to all the prophets to whom he was sent by Allah (God) , Mika'IL (Michael)angel of justice, Israfil- angel of trumpet call, Ezrail - angel of death, and Malik(guardian of gates of hell), the angel Ridwan is the custodian of the Garden (Paradise) as stated in Hadiths..


      There are "guardian angels" which are assigned to every human
      being and who is guarded according to Allah's (God's) command.
      "Verily over you (are appointed Angels) to protect you."

      the names:

      Behold, two (recording angels) appointed to learn 'his doings'
      Learn 'and note them', One sitting on the right and one on the
      left". These two recording angels


      Rakeeb and Ateed. One is on the right and one on the left side
      of every individual. The one on the right records every good
      deed performed by the individual, and enters a credit of +10
      points. The one on the left records every misdeed. He however
      hesitates to write for some time in the hope that the individual
      will repent and seek forgiveness. Failing to repent, the angel
      reluctantly records a debit of +l one point. The ratio is 10 to 1,
      which indicates the mercy of Allah (God).

      On the Day of Judgment these two Angels will present the
      individual with a copy of their records, being their good
      deeds and their bad deeds.


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      Also among the angels, there are two angels Munkar and Nakir.
      These angels are in charge of questioning the people in the
      grave. And they will show them heaven and hell

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      Originally posted by Ibn Sadique:
      Sister Nadia
      The system for recording of deeds is detailed in the Hadith Qudsi, narrated by `Abdullah ibn `Abbas (ra) : The Messenger of Allah sallallahu alayhe wa sallam said, regarding that which he narrates from his Lord, the Possessor of Blessings, the Exalted, "Indeed, Allah has defined the good and the evil deeds, and then explained them. So, whoever had the thought to do a good deed, but did not do it, Allah writes it for him as a complete good deed, while if he [actually] did it, Allah writes it for him as ten good deeds, [or] up to seven hundred fold, [or] up to [even] many times [more over]. And, if he had the thought to do an evil deed, but [dispelled the thought and] did not do it, Allah writes it for him as a complete good deed, while if he [entertained the thought and] acted on it, Allah writes it as a single evil deed." (Related by Bukhari and Muslim)"
      Reconfirm this for me please. I'm having difficulity in finding it.

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      Originally posted by Stupid Idiot:

      Reconfirm this for me please. I'm having difficulity in finding it.
      http://www.geocities.com/mutmainaa/D...ith_qudsi.html

      Please refer to Hadith Qudsi No.16