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Animals will come in the Day of Judgment ant get compensated if they were wronged by other animal or human being, or punished if they wronged another animal. The Hadeeth states that in the Day of Judgment, every one will face the results of the deeds even the animal with out horn which was been wronged by an animal with horn will get its compensation from it. Biharul Anwar 7/90.
Hadeeth stated that if a person kills a sparrow for no benefit but playing, that sparrow will come on the Day of Judgment complaining to Allah against the killer saying : O My Lord, Please judge between me and him who killed me for no benefit. He did not utilize my meat nor let me eat from the plants of the earth. (Biharul Anwar V.61, P. 306).
'Some animals of special importance will be in the Paradise like the hoopoe of Suleman, the ant of Dawood, the camel she of Salih, the cow of Musa, the whale of Younus, the goat of Ebraheem, the sheep of Esmael and other animals linked with Allah's most pious servants.
'There are narrations the after the animals get compensated or punished because of their deeds and according to the level of its senses, they will be ordered to be clay. That is why, the disbeliever will wish to be clay and escape the punishment. (Tafseer Majma3 al- BayanAlslam by al-Tabarsi 10/674).
Is it possible for a person's level in Jannah to increase more once Judgement Day is complete and every soul returns back to Allah (swt) or is that the peak of paradise for them forever?
Thank you for your question. Paradise has levels and the human enjoys an infinite journey in the Infinite.
May you always be successful
I believe it says in the Quran that on the Day of Judgement everything on Earth will be eradicated including all of mankind. What would happen to any human beings who are present on other planets, such as Mars, or on the International Space Station?
as salam alaikum
Yawm al-Qiyamah is not limited to planet earth and its effects as described in the Qur'an will be manifest in the whole universe and everything in it.
With prayers for your success.
If a Muslim repents for the wrong deeds he performed in the past, will he be questioned about them on the Day of Judgement?
The narrated Hadeeth says: The person who sincerely repents his sins is like a person who has no sins. التائب من الذنب كمن لا ذنب له
It depends on the degree of the sincerity in the repentance and the firm decision not to commit that sin again.
Some very sincere believers who committed sinful acts in their past, then repented and became very pious, not only get forgiveness, but their sins are transferred into good deeds, as we read in Quran (Exceot those who repent and believe and do good, those whose sinful deeds will be changed by Allah into good deeds, verily Allah forging and merciful) (Al-Forqan:70).
Narrated Hadeeth says: When a believer sincerely repents and become pious, Allah makes people and angels who witnessed his previous sins, gorges his sins.