Rulings of Janaazah (Funeral): Al-Mulakhas al-Fiqhi – Sheikh Saaleh al-Fawzaan: Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee [Audio|En]

From the book Al-Mulakhas al-Fiqhi by Sheikh Saaleh al-Fawzaan

Part 01In this class we begin the chapter on the Salatul-Janaazah (Funeral Prayer)

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Part 02In this class we continue with the rulings of the janaaiz (funerals).  In this section the sheikh explains the etiquette of visiting the sick; how to encourage them, how to bring them joy.  The sheikh, hafidhahullah, also explains the forbiddance  of seeking medicine and cures in impermissible things (such as alcohol) and through matters that go against our creed (such as magic and soothsayers).  He also discusses the ruling of reciting Surat Yaaseen upon the dying person.

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Part 03In this class we continue with the rulings of the janaaiz (funerals).  In this class we read about the proper etiquette and rulings of attending the funerals.

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Part 04: In this class we continue with the rulings of the janaaiz (funerals).  In this class we read about the washing of the deceased (body).  Do you know who has most right to wash the body?  Listen to find out…

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Part 05: In this class we continue with the rulings of the janaaiz (funerals).  In this class we continue reading about the washing and shrouding of the deceased (body).  Do you know who has most right to wash the body?  Listen to find out…

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Concise Rulings Related to Funerals  – Al-Mulakhas al-Fiqhi – Abu Muhammad al-Maghribee

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Whoever loves to meet Allah, Allah loves to meet him : Shaykh Zayd Al-Madkhalee [Video|Ar-En Subtitles]

Shaykh Muhammad bin Haadee—may Allah preserve him—said after leaving from burying the noble Scholar Shaykh Zayd Al-Madkhalee—may Allah have mercy upon him:  The last hadith Shaykh Zayd—may Allah have mercy upon him explained on Monday was: “Whoever loves to meet Allah, Allah loves to meet him.”

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Translated by Rasheed ibn Estes Barbee
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Where does one Look in the Funeral Prayer Since there is no Prostration? And How to Make up what one Misses – Ibn Baaz [Video|Ar-En Subtitles]

Shaykh Abdul-Azeez Bin Baz (raheemahuallaah)
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The Two Resurrections After Death – Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree [Audio|Ar-En]

The Two Resurrections After Death
Shaykh Ubayd al-Jaabiree (hafidhahullaah)
[Audio|Arabic-English]

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The minor resurrection which is the stupor of death and that it came with the truth which is meeting with Allah, the Exalted and the soul will be brought to judgment and will have its reward or punishment which will be advanced to it before the major Day of Resurrection. Then He mentioned the major Resurrection as He, the Almighty says, وَنُفِخَ فِي الصُّورِ ۚ ذَٰلِكَ يَوْمُ الْوَعِيدِ which means, “And the Trumpet will be blown, that will be the Day whereof warning (had been given) (i.e. the Day of Resurrection).” [ القرآن الكريم The Noble Qur'aan, سورة ق  Soorah Qaaf 050, Verse 020]

From: AL-FAWA’ ID – A Collection Of Wise Sayings by Imam Ibn Al-Qayyim [ رحمه الله , rahimahullaah, may Allaah have mercy on him, died 751AH]

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~Wishing for Death – Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan [Video|Ar-En]

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Shaykh Saalih al-Fawzaan (hafithahuAllah)
Translated by Rasheed ibn Estes Barbee
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Narrated from Anas, may Allah be pleased with him, he said: The Messenger of Allah, peace be upon him said: Let none of you wish for death due to harm that has befallen him. And if it is a must that he wish for it then let him say: O Allah give me life as long as life is better for me, and take my soul when death is better for me. Agreed upon.

Explanation: (Let none of you wish) this is a prohibition, a prohibition emphasized from the Prophet, peace be upon him. Thus wishing is to seek, meaning let none of you seek death (due to harm) meaning due to harm that befalls him; a harm in his body such as sickness and the like, or a harm in his wealth, or in his family. Thus whoever is afflicted with harm in his wealth, or his family, or his person, it is upon him to be patient and seek the reward. And it is not permissible for him to wish for death because his life is better for him.

If he has righteous actions then he can increase (do more good deeds). And if he does not have righteous actions then it is hoped that he will repent, it is hoped that he will repent. Thus his life is better for him. This is as it relates to the believer. As for the disbeliever—and with Allah refuge is sought—then his life is detrimental to him.

إِنَّمَا نُمْلِي لَهُمْ لِيَزْدَادُوا إِثْمًا

We postpone the punishment only so that they may increase in sinfulness. (Soorah Aali Imraan 3:178)

As for the believer if he is a sinner or an evil doer his life is better for him because it is hoped that he will repent thus meeting Allah the Exalted while he has repented. This is because his belief in Allah will drive him to repentance.

Thus this hadith contains a prohibition from wishing for death, so it is hated, or it is haram, if it is due to harm that has befallen the person.

Firstly: This is because this negates patience, wishing for death negates patience. And the Muslim is requested to be patient upon that which he is tested with.

Secondly: It prevents his life which is better for him. If he performs righteous actions then he can increase and do more and if he does evil then it is hoped that he will repent. And because he does not know what is after death. It is possible that what is after death—and with Allah refuge is taken—will be more severe than the harm he is experiencing. Thus he does not know what he will encounter. This is as it relates to the person wishing for death due worldly affairs.

As for the person who wishes for death due to the religion, he wishes for death in an effort to safeguard his religion; if it is during the times of trials and tribulations and he fears for his religion then there is no harm in wishing for death. This is based upon the supplication of the Prophet, peace be upon him: (And if You want to put Your slaves to trial and tests, then take my soul unto You without putting me to trial.)

And Mary, peace be upon her, wished for death when she feared the trial and tribulation.

يَا لَيْتَنِي مِتُّ قَبْلَ هَذَا وَكُنْتُ نَسْيًا مَنْسِيًّا

She said: “Would that I had died before this, and had been forgotten and out of sight!” (Soorah Maryum 19:23)

This was because she feared the fitna upon her people, that they would speak and accuse her. And that which she feared occurred. Thus if death is wished for due to the religion; and in order to be safe from fitna then this is permissible.

But if death is wished for due to a worldly calamity then this is not permissible, rather it is upon the Muslim to be patient and seek the reward, and repent to Allah the Exalted.

(And if it is a must) meaning there is no other way except to wish for death, meaning this person has to wish for death, then let him entrust the affair to Allah. Thus he will say: O Allah give me life as long as life is better for me, and take my soul when death is better for me. Therefore he returns the affair to Allah the Exalted to choose for him that which is good and blessed, be it death or life.

Thus this hadith explains a number of affairs.

The first affair: The prohibition of wishing for death due to harm or calamity in worldly affairs.

Secondly: This hadith explains the concept of wishing for death for the sake of the religion and fearing from the fitna in the religion; this is permissible. This is based upon his statement: (due to harm that has befallen him) The statement “due to harm” explains that if he wishes for death for a reason other than harm, he wishes for death fearing for his religion; this is permissible.

Thirdly: This hadith entrust the affair to Allah the Exalted, so he says: (give me life as long as life is better for me, and take my soul when death is better for me) So he supplicates with this dua rather than wishing for death, he supplicates with this dua.

Translated by Rasheed ibn Estes Barbee

~ [Inspirational] Readings from “The Reality Of The Dunya & The Reality Of Death By Shaykh Muhammad Sa’eed Rslan" [Mp3|En]

“The Reality Of The Dunya & The Reality Of Death”
By Shaykh Muhammad Sa’eed Rslan
Abu ‘Abbaad reads and translates the words of our Sheikh
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“The Reality Of The Dunya & The Reality Of Death” By Shaykh Muhammad Sa’eed RslanJoin Abu Muhammad al-Looweesiaani with his first guest Abu ‘Abbaad AbdulMutakabbeer (may Allah reward and preserve him) as they review Sheikh Muhammad Sa’eed Rslan’s book The Reality Of The Dunya And The Reality Of Death.

Listen as Abu ‘Abbaad reads and translates the words of our Sheikh (may Allah preserve and raise him in eemaan) as Sheikh Rslan teaches us using examples of the righteous Salaf (predecessors) of old.

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