Fri 18 Jm2 1435 - 18 April 2014
 

Funerals and rulings on graves


121 Description of the funeral prayer.
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122 Gathering in the house of the deceased and offering a collective du’aa’ for him.
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123 A woman who has been divorced by a revocable talaaq may be washed by her husband.
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124 She refuses to wash deceased women any more lest she becomes desensitized.
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125 Is there a reward for preparing the deceased for burial?.
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126 The regular imaam of the mosque has more right to lead the funeral prayer.
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127 Offering condolences to the family of a sinner.
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128 The forty-day anniversary is a Pharaonic custom.
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129 It is better to have a large number of people to pray the funeral prayer.
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130 It is permissible for one of the spouses to wash the other after death.
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131 Who is more entitled to wash the deceased?.
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132 Ruling on reading Qur’aan over the grave of a dead person.
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133 Ruling on grave markers on which are written details of the deceased.
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134 Standing on the right of the imaam if the place is crowded for the funeral prayer.
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135 Ruling on women praying the janaazah (funeral) prayer.
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136 It is sufficient to greet the dead with salaam once when first entering the graveyard.
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137 Should the person who has been killed wrongfully be washed?.
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138 Ruling on holding classes to teach people how to wash the dead.
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139 Where the imaam should stand for the funeral prayer.
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140 Making food during the mourning period.
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