a typical NDE (near death experience) - though of a negative type - where one views the consequences of one's actions during the life review
has a lot more on NDEs from people of all religions. Usually people just become more spiritual (non-religious, moving away from organized religion) after an NDE, but sometimes they change their religion. nderf.org
has 7500+ NDEs.
The article says the ISIS fighter "was always taught that to die as a martyr would open him the Gates of Jannah, or Gates of Heaven” .... “Yet, as he had started to ascend towards the light of the Heavens, devilish entities, or Jinns he called them, appeared and led him to the fiery pits of Hell. There he had to relive all the pain he had inflicted upon others and every death he had caused throughout his entire life. He even had to relive the decapitations of his victims through their own eyes”, images the jihadist claims will haunt him for the rest of his life... “Then God spoke unto him and told him that he had failed miserably as a human soul, that he would be banned from the Gates of Heaven if he chose to die, but that if he chose to live again, he would have another chance to repent of his sins and walk along God’s path once again”
God places conscience inside souls, even if they never heard about this or that religion and this is how God determines where a person ends up in the afterlife - since people know innately what is good and bad in a given situation (https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/1M1QWqtv8Xe