The Holy Qur’an is a book sent to all people. Its messages are universal. It is full of truth and wisdom that will answer the needs of every age. As it is under the protection of Allah, its provisions will continue until the Day of Judgment (Hijr, 15:9). In the Holy Qur’an, Allah says that Prophet Muhammad is the last of the prophets (Ahzab, 3:40), and the religion is finalized and completed with him (Ma’idah, 5:3). The completion of the religion means that no new religion will be sent and that the provisions of the last book will be valid till the Day of Judgment. Therefore, the Holy Qur’an is the final scripture from Allah (swt).

Where is Allah (swt), can I see and hear Him?

Being in a place and venue is a feature of creatures. However, our Lord is not a created being. It would not be the right approach to attribute a place, or location to Allah (swt) within the realm He created. Allah (swt) is the creator of everyone and everything, and His presence is beyond all our thoughts. There are many things we cannot see in the world. This is not because they do not exist in the world, but because our eyes do not have the ability to see them. It is not possible for us to comprehend the Almighty Allah (swt) directly through our senses. Our Lord explains this by saying, “No vision can encompass Him, but He encompasses all vision. For He is the Most Subtle, All-Aware.” (An‘am, 6:103) in the Holy Qur’an. Even though we cannot see Him, our Lord is everywhere with the manifestation of His names and qualities - just as the Sun penetrates everywhere with its heat and light.

Can we see angels?