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The words that the Holy Qur'an has presented about the mental states of humans upon entering heaven or hell indicate the appropriateness and harmony of the word and the meaning in explaining the punitive effects of one's actions. The content of verses 71 and 72 of Maryam Surah describes how all human beings, including infidels and believers “enter” to hell, in which the righteous people are rescued andthe impure people remain. Some have interpreted the semantics of the word "entry" in some verses of the Qur'an in the form of "presence and superintend" and expand its meaning to the "arrivals" in Maryam Surah and dismissed the universal entry into hell. Others believe that this entry takes place into a place other than hell. Therefore, the present study descriptively analyzes the Qur'anic verses, examines different viewpoints, emphasizing the meaning of the word "entry" to the hell, and using other verses and narrations to explain it. The findings of the study indicate that all human beings, including believers and infidels, enter the Hell, but when the people of Paradise enter to Hell, its fire will not harm them, but the flames will be cold and blazing against them, then they will go to Paradise in safety.