Salam. Yeah it is a good question. Since you have asked it, I am pondering and searching about its answer. I could not get much references from Quran and Hadith but there is one Hadith in Sahih Bukhari as:
Bukhari :: Book 9 :: Volume 93 :: Hadith 597
Narrated Abu Huraira:
Allah's Apostle said, "A man who never did any good deed, said that if he ...
Well there's a consensus among scholars that men are allowed to visit graveyards and graves because of this Hadith (most narrated by ibn Buraidah from his father (May Allah be pleased with him) for example in Sahih Muslim, in Jami' at-Tirmdihi, in Sunan abi Dawod and sunan an-Nasa-i, and narrated by abi Said al-Khudry (May Allah be pleased with him) in al-...
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, "None in the heavens and earth knows the unseen except Allah, and they do not perceive when they will be resurrected."
Tafsir al-Tustari ...
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 year old as he is too young to understand anything and not mukallaf, so there is no interest served by bringing him to a graveyard.
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 awake. So when one of you forgets a Salat, or sleeps through it, then let him pray it when he remembers it.'" (Tirmidhi)
So, as long as you had the intention ...
According to this fatwa (in Arabic) there's no appropriate time for that prescribed in any hadith or sunnah collection. But this fatwa quotes that the Prophet (Peace be upon him ) used to visit graves on the nights of 'Aisha's turn, some scholars added that this was after Hajat al-wada'. So scholars conclude from this that there is no special time or day ...
It is true that the Prophet ﷺ did this, but this was specific for the Prophet ﷺ alone.
مَرَّ النَّبِيُّ صلى الله عليه وسلم بِحَائِطٍ مِنْ حِيطَانِ
الْمَدِينَةِ أَوْ مَكَّةَ، فَسَمِعَ صَوْتَ إِنْسَانَيْنِ يُعَذَّبَانِ
فِي قُبُورِهِمَا، فَقَالَ النَّبِيُّ صلى الله عليه وسلم "
يُعَذَّبَانِ، وَمَا يُعَذَّبَانِ فِي كَبِيرٍ "، ثُمَّ قَالَ "
A hadith says that
Abu Huraira reported: The Messenger of Allah, peace and blessings be
upon him, said, “Remember often the destroyer of pleasures,” by which
he meant death.
[Sunan ibn Majah, Book of Asceticism, Number 4258, Sahih]
Which tells us that we should remember death frequently. Based on this hadith and many other Islamic sources, we ...
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 تَحْسَبَنَّ الَّذِينَ قُتِلُوا فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّهِ أَمْوَاتًا ۚ بَلْ أَحْيَاءٌ عِنْدَ رَبِّهِمْ يُرْزَقُونَ
Think not of those who are killed in the Way of ...
face to the grave of prophet Muhammad (PBUH) say Salam directly to prophet
Not only the prophet's(pbuh) but to say the following in your inner self when ever you come across any grave(Muslim) is highly recommended.
Peace be upon the inhabitants of the graves, believers and Muslims. May Allaah have mercy upon those who have gone ahead of us and those who ...
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 and that of the Prophet(PBUH).
Aisha ra said: Whenever I entered the house in which Prophet (Peace be upon him) and my father (i.e. Abu Bakr ra) are buried, ...
Not just all prophets, everyone is alive, just not alive on earth.
Ali 'Imran: 169:
وَلَا تَحْسَبَنَّ الَّذِينَ قُتِلُوا فِي سَبِيلِ اللَّهِ أَمْوَاتًا ۚ بَلْ أَحْيَاءٌ عِندَ رَبِّهِمْ يُرْزَقُونَ
And do not ever reckon the ones who have been killed in the way of Allah (as) dead; no indeed, they are alive in the Providence of their Lord, by Him ...
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 "illeyeen "
and others soul kept in place "sijyeen"
so in that way you can say soul of good people kept seperate from others..on the day of Judgement soul placed ...
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 reason for it, i.e. if the right of someone is associated with it.
If something valuable fell and was left in the grave, then it is permitted to recover it. ...
The tomb of Prophet Muhammad’s father is in Medina.
In the past Abdullah In return of sham trade, went to medina. In medina there were some houses belong to bani-alnajar tribe (who were amene's(Abdullah 's wife) relative),Abdullah went to Nabeghe 's house;a person from that tribe. After some Abdullah became sick and died; according to that time custom, they ...
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 أدخلوا آل فرعون أشد العذاب
The Fire, they are exposed to it morning and evening. And the Day the Hour appears [it will be said], "Make the people of ...
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 minaret or the south-eastern minaret and was re-built or renewed the last time by Qaitbay at this occasion. The new basis was established starting from the ...
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 IN ISLAMIC TEXTS.
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 man amongst the people who had suspicion as to the righteousness of his deeds. Therefore he said to his family, 'If I die, take me and burn my corpse and throw my ...
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 good example would be Arbaeen, as mentioned in the question's link, where Million marches towards the Grave of Imam Hussain. They encourage this act through the ...
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 found, of-course you will contact authorities because they will be able to more precisely locate any know how of that body, and possibly find its relatives or ...
Note: This is a contemporary made up issue and hence needs to be dealt carefully
2 points to prove even if you reserve your grave as you reserve your table for dinner, it is useless.
Verily, Allah! With Him (Alone) is the knowledge of the Hour, He sends down the rain, and knows that which is in the wombs. No person knows what he will earn tomorrow, and ...
The narration it mentions is a saying of Abdullah bin Masoud and not the Prophets. It goes as follows, Abdullah bin Masoud said =
من قرأ تبارك الذي بيده الملك كل ليلة منعه الله بها من عذاب القبر
"Whoever reads 'Tabaraka allathee biyadihialmulk' every night, Allah
will protect him from the torment of the grave..."
Recorded in Sunan alKubra of Imam ...
In the name of Allah, the most compassionate, the most merciful
According to your inquiry as you asked
What should I do about this situation? Can the trees be cut down
without violating any Islamic rule?
Firstly as you have mentioned, it would be better if you avoid cutting the trees. Since based on my research, cutting down the trees and especially ...
As a general rule, worshiping of the graves could be counted as a haram/forbidden act. But there is a significant point regarding its ruling that could be related to the intention of the person who says prayer. Actually intention is counted as the reason which specifies it as a halal or haram act (Shirk). As it mentioned before, if you go to the graves to ...