Until his death in a U.S. air raid on June 8, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, head of al Qaeda in Iraq, unleashed a reign of terror that included suicide bombings and beheadings. Beliefnet columnist Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf , head of the American Society for Muslim Advancement and leader of Masjid Al-Farah in New York City, explains how Muslims view his death and how God may judge him.

What should Muslims think about Al-Zarqawi's death?

What does the Qur'an teach about God's judgment of sinners?
Is God merciful or wrathful?

Will Al-Zarqawi burn in hell?
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