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From the Qur'an and hadith, it is understood that every action is recorded, known, visible, and considered on the Day of Judgment, in light of the circumstances (for instance, intention, accidental deeds, and so forth), except for things which have been genuinely forgiven and which are erased.

However, we hope for Allah's mercy in accounting!

Jinns have believers and non believers as we read in Quran in Sura Al-Jinn, verse 11. They will judged on the Day of Judgement and righteous faithful will be granted their reward, while non believers will get their punishment in hellfire  (Many Jinns and humans will go to hellfire as they had hearts but they refused to understand the truth) (Sura 7, verse 179).

We are not concerned nor been asked to research or ask how and where Jinns will be. They belong to a different world from our world. There are thousands of different worlds created by Allah, and we are not concerned where they will be and how. We are concerned with own future and responsible to believe in and follow the Truth from The Prophet and Ahlul Bayt.


Allah is The Most Merciful Who showers His Mercy on us all the times. He wants us to avoid sinful acts and never insist on wrong, so that He forgives our sins when we sincerely repent and seek forgiveness. Sinners who insist on doing wrong and never care to repent, will face the results of their own deeds. Allah's Mercy does not allow punishment for sins we have repented, nor repeating a punishment which has already been given.

The Mercy and Forgiveness of Allah, is above our imagination. His Mercy and Forgiveness will be on The Day of Judgement for almost every one except the enemies of Allah, the Prophet and Ahlul Bayt. Enemies of Allah will be facing the results of their crimes in their graves and in the Day of Judgement as well, but sinners who are not enemies of Allah will not suffer twice. Grave for some believers is a place of purification so they suffer in the grave to go pure in The Day of Judgement.
We need to have more hope in Allah's Mercy and keep ourselves away from sins and seek forgiveness.


It is more respectful to the enormity of the Qiyama to avoid making jokes about it, the same for jokes about Allah.

However, out of His mercy, Allah has veiled certain things from us currently, including the severity of the hereafter, and the extent of His nature, so perhaps Allah would understand that these jokes are due to our ignorance in the material world, in the same way that children sometimes say silly things. 

Still, it is better to avoid it.