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      AsSalaam-o-alekum!

      I was reading the Noble Quran a few days ago and I came across a verse about how righteous people will get Hoors and Teenage male servants in Jannat...

      Are the Hoors for the believing men and Gilma-nun (young males) for the believing women?

      Will these teenage guys be more than just servants?

      How many Hoors do we get?

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      The reward for women in Paradise

      Question: Whenever I read the Noble Qur.aan, I find in many verses Allaah giving glad tidings to His believing male servants of al-hoor al-'ayn who extol in beauty. Does the woman have any partner in Paradise other than her husband? Furthermore, most of the statements concerning bounties in Paradise are directed toward the believing men. Is the reward of the believing women in Paradise less than that of the believing men?

      Response: There is no doubt that reward in the Hereafter encompasses both men and women. This is based on the following statements of Allaah:

      {Never will I allow to be lost the work of any of you, male or female}, [Soorah Aal-'lmraan, Aayah 195].

      {Whosoever works righteousness, whether male or female, while he(or she) is a true believer, We will give a good life}, [Soorah an-Nahl, Aayah 97].

      {And whoever does righteous good deeds, being a male or a female, and is a true believer, such will enter Paradise}, [Soorah an-Nisaa., Aayah 124].

      {Verily, the Muslims, men and women, the believers, men and women...} up to the end of the verse where Allaah says: {Allaah has prepared for them forgiveness and a great reward}, [Soorah al-Ahzaab, Aayah 35].

      Allaah mentions them entering into Paradise together:

      {They and their wives will be in pleasant shade}, [Soorah Yaa Seen, Aayah 56].

      Also:

      {Enter Paradise, you and your wives, in happiness}, [Soorah az-Zukhruf, Aayah 70].

      Allaah also mentions that He will-recreate the women in the verse:

      {Verily, We created them of special creation and made them virgins}, [Soorah al-Waaqi'ah, Aayah 35-36].

      That is, Allaah will recreate the elderly women and make them virgins.

      Similarly, Allaah will recreate the elderly men and make them youths. It is also mentioned in the hadeeth that the women of this worldly life have a superiority over al-hoor al-'ayn due to the acts of worship and obedience that they performed [in this world]. Therefore, the believing women will enter Paradise just like the believing men. If a woman had a number of husbands and she enters Paradise with them, she will choose among them and will choose the one with the best character and behaviour.

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      JazakAllah Khairun Sister... http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/smile.gif

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      Jazak Allah..
      thanks for the informtion..

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      i had post on this subject some time back called "hoor has no gender "can some one bring it back

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      >>AsSalaam-o-alekum!
      I was reading the Noble Quran a few days ago and I came across a verse about how righteous people will get Hoors and Teenage male servants in Jannat...

      Are the Hoors for the believing men and Gilma-nun (young males) for the believing women?

      Will these teenage guys be more than just servants?

      How many Hoors do we get?<<

      Assalam Alaikum http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif
      Quite a few threads are devoted to this topic and you can look them up.
      According to some it is just 'Family' Entertainment!!! http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif

      Ofcourse being an infidel Hindu I find it hard to believe.

      From the verses I have been able to follow, these pleasures are mainly directed at Men.

      I kinda like it, though I don't think much of 'Ginger' scented water being offered.
      I perefer a Stronger drink and a Weaker Sex in MY paradise, but as I always say, 'To Each, his heaven!!!'

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      Originally posted by Andhra:
      >>AsSalaam-o-alekum!
      I was reading the Noble Quran a few days ago and I came across a verse about how righteous people will get Hoors and Teenage male servants in Jannat...

      Are the Hoors for the believing men and Gilma-nun (young males) for the believing women?

      Will these teenage guys be more than just servants?

      How many Hoors do we get?<<

      Assalam Alaikum http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif
      Quite a few threads are devoted to this topic and you can look them up.
      According to some it is just 'Family' Entertainment!!! http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif http://www3.pak.org/gupshup/smilies/biggrin.gif

      Ofcourse being an infidel Hindu I find it hard to believe.

      From the verses I have been able to follow, these pleasures are mainly directed at Men.

      I kinda like it, though I don't think much of 'Ginger' scented water being offered.
      I perefer a Stronger drink and a Weaker Sex in MY paradise, but as I always say, 'To Each, his heaven!!!'
      Then, why are you wasting your brain @ pak.org if it is difficult for you to understand?

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      http://www.islamicvoice.com/october....ligion.htm#hoo

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      Hoor has no Specific Gender
      Quran uses 'We' for Allah


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      Hoor has no Specific Gender
      Question: According to the Quran when a man enters paradise, he will get hoor, i.e. beautiful maidens. What will a woman have when she enters paradise?


      Answer:

      1. Hoor mentioned in the Quran
      The word hoor occurs in the Qur’an in no less than four different places:
      In Surah Dukhan chapter 44, verse 54
      “Moreover, We shall join them to companions With beautiful, big and lustrous eyes.” [Al-Quran 44:54]
      In Surah Al-Tur chapter 52 verse 20
      “...And We shall join them to companions, with beautiful, big and lustrous eyes.” [Al-Quran 52:20]
      In Surah Rahman chapter 55 verse 72
      “Companions restrained (as to their glances), in goodly pavilions.” [Al-Quran 55:72]
      In Surah Al-Waqiah chapter 56 verse 22
      “And (there will be) companions with beautiful, big and lustrous eyes.” [Al-Quran 56:22]
      2. Hoor Translated as Beautiful Maidens
      Many translators of the Quran have translated the word hoor as ‘beautiful maidens’ especially in the Urdu translations. If hoor means ‘beautiful maidens’ or girls, then they are meant only for the men. Hence, what will the women get if they enter Paradise?

      3. Meaning of Hoor
      The word hoor is actually the plural of ahwar (applicable to man) and of haura (applicable to woman) and signifies a person having eyes characterized by hauar a special quality bestowed upon a good soul, male or female in paradise and it denotes the intense whiteness of the white part of the spiritual eye.

      The Quran describes in several other verses that in paradise you will have azwaj which mean a pair or spouse or companion which means you will have spouses or companions pure and holy (mutaharratun means pure, holy).

      “But give glad tidings to those who believe and work righteousness, that their portion is gardens, beneath which rivers flow. Every time they are fed with fruit there from, they say: “Why, this is what we were fed with before”, for they are given things in similitude; and they have therein companions pure (and holy); and they abide therein (forever)”. [Al-Quran 2:25]

      “But those who believe and do deeds of righteousness, We shall soon admit to Gardens, with rivers flowing beneath - their eternal home; therein shall they have companions pure and holy: we shall admit them to shades, cool and ever deepening”. [Al-Quran 4:57]

      Therefore the word hoor has no specific gender. Mohammad Asad has translated the word hoor as spouse and Abdullah Yusuf Ali as companion. Therefore according to some scholars a man in paradise will have a hoor that is a beautiful maiden with beautiful big and lustrous eyes and a woman in paradise will get a man with beautiful big and lustrous eyes.

      4. Women will get something exceptional in Paradise
      Many scholars say that in context, the word hoor used in the Quran refers only to ladies since gents are addressed. A reply that would be accepted by all types of people would rather be the answer given in the Hadith when a similar question was posed that if a man gets a hoor, a beautiful Maiden in Paradise, then what will the women get? The reply was that the women will get that which the heart has not desired for, the ear hasn’t heard off and the eye hasn’t seen, indicating that even the women will get something exceptional in Paradise.

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      it seems people out here dont want to see the thruth islam bashing has become the order of the day when i posted the above post about hoors being genderless there is no response .truth is bitter

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