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What is the source of this hadith about sitting on a grave?

This hadith is narrated in several collections including Sahih Muslim, Sunan Abu Daud, Sunan Ibn Majah, Sunan Nisai in their كتاب الجنائز (Book of Funerals) The wording related by Muslim are: عن أبي ...
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How to know that my father who has passed away some days ago is forgiven by Allah and he is at the best place?

Ordinarily, nobody is able to determine whether any specific person enters heaven. This is included within Knowledge of the Unseen (Ilm ul Ghayb). There's many Qur'an verses on this, e.g.: Say, &...
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Can graves be exhumed?

By default exhuming human remains is forbidden because it is disrespectful to the deceased, hurtful to their family and considered abhorent by human nature. It is only permitted when there is a valid ...
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What age to bring kids to graveyard

The Quran does not say anything about it as far as I know. We visit graveyard to be reminded of death, to pray for forgiveness of the deceased or to receive tabarruk. Not one of these apply to a 3 ...
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Do we get punished for missing Fajr due to sleep, even if we intended to wake up for Fajr and we did our full effort to wake up?

Sleep is considered a legitimate excuse for missing prayer: "They asked the Prophet about when they slept past the Salat. He said: 'There is no negligence in sleep, negligence is only while one is ...
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Are women permitted to go near the graves or graveyards to perform Jiarat (Dua) for the dead?

It is permissible for women to visit graves as long as they can contain themselves and this is supported by the Hadith of Aisha (RA) in which she states that she used to visit the grave of her father ...
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What happens to the soul of a person who was cremated?

Regardless of how a person's remains are buried (or not buried), they will be judged and given their punishment or reward. For example, the man in this hadith: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, "There was a ...
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Are all prophets alive in their graves?

Not just all prophets, everyone is alive, just not alive on earth. From Qur'an: Ali 'Imran: 169: وَلَا تَحْسَبَنَّ الَّذِينَ قُتِلُوا فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّهِ أَمْوَاتًا ۚ بَلْ أَحْيَاءٌ عِندَ رَبِّهِمْ ...
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Is saying Salam or facing towards the grave of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and greeting him Shirk?

Salaams Its a shame that today we have lost touch with the spiritual side of islam. In chapter 2 of the holy Quran Allah states verse 2 , the ones that believe in the unseen. Then Allah says وَلَا ...
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Where do we go after death?

we are alive because of soul. When a person dies his body burried in grave and his soul remain there as mentioned aalm e barzakh yeh it is true if they are good people there soul kept in place "...
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Visiting a muslim grave after sundown

Some jurists prohibit visiting the graves at night based on the traditions; They have issued a fatwa against visiting graves at night. On the other hand, it is mentioned in some narrations that some ...
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Are there any verses in the Quran which refer to the Punishment of the Grave?

The following verses are among those cited by scholars as evidence for, or references to, the Punishment of the grave ( عذاب القبر ) within the Quran: النار يعرضون عليها غدوا وعشيا ويوم تقوم الساعة ...
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Do the dead actually have the senses we have when alive?

Very good question. The traditions about the torment in grave indeed pose a great question as they seem to be in direct contradiction to science. The torments are said to be bodily in particular. So ...
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How to know that my father who has passed away some days ago is forgiven by Allah and he is at the best place?

To know what happens after death is not in our powers , it is Allah's power . Best part is that we can pray for them.
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Al-Masjid an-Nabawi tilted minaret?

I've added two horizontal and vertical lines to the original image and as you may see the image it self was not taken in a 100% horizontal angle. As for this minaret it is known as the principal ...
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Where do we go after death?

Salam there is a place called barazakh were the soul stays till qayamah this is a place between earth and the here after you can listen about it on YouTube interesting topic WELL THAT'S WHAT IS SAID ...
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What happens to the soul of a person who was cremated?

The very verse that Sunni scholars quote as evidence for Barzakh (Life in Grave) talks about the people of Pharaoh: The Fire, they are exposed to it morning and evening. And the Day the Hour ...
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What are the rulings of visitng graves and graves of pious people?

Permission to visit the Graves: The Four main sects, shia's, deobandi's, brailvi's, and Whabbis have different point of views for visiting graves. Shia's and Bralevi's encourage visiting graves. A ...
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If we found a dead body somewhere, and need to bury it do we consider it a Muslim body or not?

After reading your question, logical reasoning gave me some cases, upon searching for different fatawa, i found exact same reasoning being made there. Alhamdulillah. Logically, if a dead body is ...
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What happens to people whose bodies are not buried after death?

Qabar is name where body parts are found. It does not only mean a dig. So immidiately same procedure is applied.
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Surat Al-Mulk Grave torture savior by the will of Allah

I would like to add to the first reply that there are two further narrations which the responder did not mention. It is narrated via Ibn al-Mubarak in Al-Mustadrak (2/540), which Al-Hakim classed ...
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