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Why is a women not allowed to attend a funeral?

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Answer A Muslim female may visit the home of the deceased. As regards to visiting the graveyard, hereunder is a reply to a similarquestion – below Hadhrat ibn Mas’ood (Radhiallaahu Ánhu) narrates that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said, ‘Iused to stop you from visiting graves, (now) visit the graves for it createsabstention (in love) for… read more »

In my native village,there is some Government land property.These land properties are using by side landholders.Some of Villagers are agrred to buid a graveyard in a piece of such government land with taking the land as lease from government say 99 years lease.The graveyard’s work is processing.Note that my village have no graveyard. Please let me know,the constructing of graveyard is right in line with Islami Sariyah.

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In my native village,there is some Government land property.These land properties are using by side landholders.Some of Villagers are agrred to buid a graveyard in a piece of such government land with taking the land as lease from government say 99 years lease.The graveyard’s work is processing.Note that my village have no graveyard. Please let… read more »

Aslaam O Alaikum, Iam a retired Bio Statistician from Health department Punjab and from a lonely local muslim family. Out of four ,there is only one muslim graveyard left for burials of bodies whereas 6 Mosques are functioning for offering prayers.In order to grab the land of this graveyard an outsider unqualified person with the help of few other outsiders first changed Janazghah of graveyard to a Mosque and installed himself as Imam alongwith loud speakers to offer faraz namaz in place of offering Namaz e Janaza in this graveyard on the pretext stated above.He with the connivance of other illiterate persons ,have stopped muslims to offer Namaz e Janaza in the Origional Janazgah (constructed about 150 years ago). He also indulge in taveej Ganda and misquiding villagers with the un Islamic acts of this ugly business. When he is asked to stop compelling people to offer Namaz e janaza outside under trees instead of Mosque, he argue that dead bodies is not allowed to place inside for Namaz e Janaza as this is now being used for faraz Namaz and thus harassing muslims .So far as his reputation is concerned a case of sexual abuse is also in the court against him and his group members.Will you please kind enough to guide us in the light of shariat and Hadees whether faraz namaz is valid in grave yard and whether his act of stopping Namaz e Janaza in the mosque(Janaz gah) existing in the graveyard for 150 years is valid or invalid . How can this problem created by few out siders can be solved and this graveyard can be protected for future use . Here in Punjab many graveyards have been converted into colonies with the connivance of Wakf Board employees as our population is meagre and their illegal acts go un checked. Kindly guide us to enable us to protect graveyards from aforesaid elements.Here it again pointed out that six mosques are being used in the city for prayers with Imams appointed by Wakf Board whereas four graveyards have totally vanished. Expecting early reply.Whether namaz-e-janaza and farz namaz simultaneously valid in this mosque of greyard originaly busilt as janazgah for offering namaz e janaza Allah Hafiz Mohammad Afzal

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Aslaam O Alaikum, Iam a retired Bio Statistician from Health department Punjab and from a lonely local muslim family. Out of four ,there is only one muslim graveyard left for burials of bodies whereas 6 Mosques are functioning for offering prayers.In order to grab the land of this graveyard an outsider unqualified person with the… read more »

In our city, on the day of shab e barath, people use to visit kabrastan since prophet muhammed sal. once visited karabastan on the 15th night of shaban(shab e barath) and the food is distrubted to poor. And the people use to pray full night since the rizak for the next year is written on that night and the next day few people observe fast. Please clarify whether above acts are correct as per shariat.

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In our city, on the day of shab e barath, people use to visit kabrastan since prophet muhammed sal. once visited karabastan on the 15th night of shaban(shab e barath) and the food is distrubted to poor. And the people use to pray full night since the rizak for the next year is written on… read more »

Can the dead people hear?

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salam mufti sahab. 1.Can the dead people hear? 2.going to the graves and saying salam to the dead.. is it proven or is it a bidah..? 3.many people quote sahih hadith about najd(birthplace of muhammad ibn abdul wahab) to be a cursed place. does thez hadiths about najd and horn of satan reffering to najd… read more »

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