Some Muslims think that it is possible for non-Muslims to enter jannah. They use as their proof the hadith that says that one who says la ilaha illallah (there is no god but Allah) will enter jannah. They also use the ayaat of the Qur’an in which it is said that Allah forgives all sins except for shirk (associating partners with Allah). Therefor, they say that as long as a non-Muslim believes in one god and does not commit any shirk, he may be admitted into jannah one day even though he may have to be punished in jahannam for some time due to his disbelief. In other words, the eternal punishment from Allah is only for those people who commit shirk. I have contacted a few ulama regarding this issue, but, perhaps due to their busy schedules, they have either not given a detailed enough reply or they have not replied at all. I am looking for a detailed refutation of this belief so that I can show such people that this belief is inconsistent with the overall teachings of the Qur’an and Sunnah and also against the consensus of the ummah?
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