Q: can a one year old girl go to the buriel of a relative in a graveyard?
Time: Monday September 19, 2011 at 8:37 pm
A: although there is not direct prohibition, we must teach our children the correct places to attend from a young age. Thus, although one can take a one year girl to the graveyard, it is best to take her to places where girls go, and take our little boys to the places that boys go.
Kindly read this.
Allah certainly Knows Best.
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Q: Salam alaikum Imam,
It is in the grave that we know if we are going to Jannah or Jahanum, right? Then will those that know that they are going to Jannah still worry on the Day of Judgment or will they be relieved? Continue reading
Q: My mum passed away on Jummah Zohr. Due to some delay with mortuary and medical matters we could only burry her after isha. Is she amongst thouse that died on fiday? Or the next day since our day starts at magrib? Is it true that passing away on Friday would eliminate azab (punishment) of the grave? (email) Continue reading
Q:I saw a dream last night, the only part i remember in it was that i showed the sky to my mother and it had 2 moons….one was really bright and the other slightly less…At first I felt scared but then i weird sence of happiness… and that those 2 moons seemed to be coming close to me, as if they’re leaving the entire world/universe to come to me….What does this mean?
Time: Monday May 9, 2011 at 12:22 pm Continue reading
I read the previous posts about dreams because I had a question about dreams myself, however, i didn’t find exactly what i was looking for…or so i think. Anyways, my question is, what if a Muslim individual has a dream about another Muslim dying? What if they have seen that dream more than once? Should one look into that more, or dismiss it as merely a recurring dream? What if the individual who died in the dream has recently gone astray from the path and has been missing prayers frequently?
Wasalaam Continue reading
Hope to find you in good health,my question is can i keep a fast on the day of the death anniversary of my mother.If so then what prayers can i read on that day….as i am a new convert.Jizakallahkahir.
Time: Thursday January 13, 2011 at 1:19 pm Continue reading
Q: what is the hanaffee position for an imaam that claims to live by the hanafee mabhab regarding jazana salah offered for a child born dead. (text) Continue reading
Q: Assalamualikum Imaam,
May Allah keep you in his peace and give you reward for all a single act you .
My father was passed away on 17th Jan , 2011 in a accident. He was in wudu , and going to do his salat al magrib. Imaam since he left, I saw him twice in dream. My first dream was that I saw he is sitting under tree, and that tree is from Jannah. and i am passing from there. He told me , where are you? I am waiting for you, and i said to him , ok baba i will come now. that was the fisrt dream i saw.
Second was , that he came to home, and i opened the door for him, and he said to me, I am goig for salat al magrib, , you get ready and im waiting for you. thats all i saw.
Imaam , I know we all belong to Allah swt , and will be return to him, but the hard point is that my heart is beleving that he is gone. I want to cry , I cannot cry. but I do read quran, do ziker and surah Yasin for him.
Is there any other dua to make for him or for me , to make easy for him and easy for me.
May Allah reward you ,
Time: Saturday March 5, 2011 at 12:04 am
A: وعليكم السلام ورحمة الله وبركاته
May you be blessed for your patience. Your patience means a lot to Allah (SWT.) The most superior patience is the patience we show at the time of initial pain. (Hadith-paraphrased.) This dream indicates the good manners your father has taught you. Your patience benefits you and your father, so view this entire process as a blessing for the both of you, Ameen.
*Your father has passed away a possible shaheed (martyr.) As we are all aware, shaheed has many levels attributed to it. This alone should make you very happy.
*He wants you to do good deeds and keep up with good religious practices.
*Humans go through multiple cycles as it relates to dealing with grief. For some it is a denial of events, others suffer from a total numbness, anger, or despair. Accept your situation for what it is. Gradually the tears would flow, when this happens it would make things a lot easier for you. Do not rush the process. Allah (SWT) has a time for everything: we must accept our moments of joy as much as we must accept moments that do not always please us.
*Keep on doing the good you are doing. Do not overwhelm yourself. Merely also repeat, Allah hum-magfir lahum (oh Allah forgive them all.) This way you would be making a dua for your father and all those that have passed away and surround him. This dua would also assist in the elevation of his position, inshaAllah, ameen.
Allah Certainly Knows Best.