From the manuscript that I’m working on for my forthcoming book on Islam for a Latter-day Saint readership:
The ultimate destination of the damned is described in the Qur’an with highly picturesque language. Hell is a place of raging and roaring fire, of towering columns of destroying flame, and of scorching winds that drive pitch-black smoke across a blighted landscape. The souls of the unrighteous are prevented from escaping by fetters (hammered out of the very wealth that they lusted after on earth) that bind them to their place of punishment. Still subject to hunger and thirst, they are offered only food that chokes—including a horrific fruit that is said to look like devils’ heads—and a drink as hot as molten brass. “Yet you shall drink it as the thirsty camel drinks.” The unrighteous rich are singled out for special mention.
Proclaim a woeful punishment to those that hoard up gold and silver and do not spend it in God’s cause. The day will surely come when their treasures shall be heated in the fire of Hell, and their foreheads, sides, and backs branded with them. Their tormentors will say to them: “These are the riches which you hoarded. Taste then the punishment which is your due.”
 Representative passages concerning Hell include 3:180; 14:16-17; 18:29; 25:12;
37:62- 74; 38:55-59; 44:43-50; 56:41-56; 73:12-13; 104:4-9.
 9:34 35.
 Dante, Inferno, Canto III, line 9: Lasciate ogne speranza, voi ch’entrate.
Here is a pair of Islam-related articles that some out there might find of interest: