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I was wondering about the process of burying someone, like right from the moment a person's soul leaves their body, what happens next to said body? Is it just buried right then and there? Are there steps and procedures before the burial? How is the family informed? And how long after they are informed is the burial carried out? How long can a body stay before being buried? - I'd like to know the Islamic process and answers to this if possible. Thank you
Hey guys I am a teenager and I am doing some research to discover the truth, I am a shia and I hear all the time how fatimah was displeased with abu baker and she did not want him to attend her funeral. My question is who was at her funeral besides imam Ali (عليه السلام)? Were there only women or men and women and if you can give a source that would be amazing. Thanks
I recently heard that a person can be buried in the grave of someone who has already died. Such as a Grandparent or Parent even. The only requirement I heard was that 40 years have to pass before someone else can be buried in that grave to allow for the body to fully decompose. Also, permission has to be had from the eldest son of the prior deceased I believe. Has anyone ever heard of this? Is anyone aware of what the Jafari fiqh says about this? I’m really curious as to this. I really wouldn’t mind being buried with my Grandfather when my time comes as per the will of Allah (as morbid as that may sound).
Salwan al-Taee, a young army conscript from the bomb disposal unit died just days before his wedding. His family and friends decided to sing wedding songs at his funeral. Extremely heartbreaking, I couldn't go past when his mom brings a white wedding shirt. RIP P. S. Also for the squeamish ones, the videos contains dancing music... https://facebook.com/saif.alkhayat.9/posts/10152750674438716 From the tittle of the video by his best friend: O bridegroom we just had your wedding, but you haven't shown up. Brother, didn't we agree to dance together at your wedding? Where are you, come back my brother...
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