Prior to his martyrdom I used to perform the prayer for myself, however, after he was martyred I began to perform the prayer for myself and also on his behalf…
When offering condolences, we notice most of the people kiss the one being offered condolences [from the family of the deceased] or [even] embrace them…
What is the correct manner narrated from Mustafaa (sal-Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) in washing the deceased?
Is it permissible to wear black clothing when mourning the deceased, particularly if he (the deceased) is the husband?
Is there any evidence as to the legality of offering sincere words of religious advice at the graveside, since some of the people object to this?
What is the ruling regarding the [group] supplication for the deceased in the graveyard after the burial and the saying of aameen thereafter?
What is the ruling of completing and straightening the rows for the funeral prayer?
What is the ruling regarding travelling for the purpose of the funeral prayer?
Is placing a wreath on the grave of the “unknown soldier” equal to aggrandising the dead “saints” and pious people to the point of worshiping them?
What is your opinion regarding placing two stones on the grave of men and one stone on the grave of women – is this differentiation legislated?