An idea held in atleast all 3 abrahamic faiths (Islam, Christianity, & Judaism) whereby every human that ever lived will be raised after death to be judged on account of: what he / she believed, and what he / she did with the talent, time, and circumstances they were given in their mortal existence. Moreover, they will be shown what they had done on earth and, witnesses such as, but not limited to: angels, animals, body parts, the land, and ultimately, God. Witnesses will speak in offense or in favor of the human standing judgement. The outcome will result in Paradise / eternal bliss /Heaven or Hell / Torment / agony based on said criteria..However, some may have to face torment (hell) to purify themselves before entering Heaven like gold has to go through a "tormenting" process to become pure gold. < definition represents an Islamic view
"You had better repent and turn toward the cherisher and sustainer of the universe before judgement day."
Expression meaning, " the God (ALLAH) is Greater..." used predominately by Muslims...it usually is thought to mean God is Greatest, however, there is no limit to the creator of the worlds, thus, " God is greater...than any limit imposed"....Greatest imposes a limit in the Universe
Peter: Eh yo, I just accepted Islam as my way of life. I believe there is only ONE God and Muhammad is one of his messengers.
Malik: Allahu Akbar! may Allah guide you to the best in this life and the next! Ameen!
An idea meaning or suggesting: Everyone is born free. Even those suffering oppression and bondage / slavery have a birthright. Soldiers and Wars don't give a nation and its people freedom. But that freedom is inherited as is freewill. Everyone's birthright is that he/ she has the right to: be, not be, believe, disbelieve, accept, reject, think, do, and not do whatever he / she wants to in this mortal life.
Paul: I'm so proud to be American. It's because of all the soldiers that died 200 years ago so I can be free.
Emma: Actually, your birthright is that you're always free to do and think whatever you want until death. If someone transgresses against you and physically keeps you from doing what you want to do, well then, that's their birthright as well.