Azrail, the Angel of Death (Biblical Hebrew: עזראל).
Along with Jibrail, Mīkhā’īl and Isrāfīl, the Angel of Death, called Azrail (also pronounced as ʿIzrāʾīl /Azriel – عزائيل) is believed by Muslims to be one of the archangels. He and his subordinate angels are responsible for taking the souls of the deceased away from the body. Azrail does not act independently from God and just takes those, who were commanded to be taken. Rather than merely representing an independent personified death, Azrail is described in Islamic sources as subordinate to the will of God “with the most profound reverence.”
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