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?
Is it permissible to write the name of the deceased or an aayah from the Qur.aan on a headstone by the grave?
Are greetings extended to the grave dwellers whilst visiting the graveyard, or in the street whilst walking past the graveyard?
With respect to men, is there a specific time [legislated] to visit the graves? And [likewise] is there a specific time prohibited to visit the graves?
If the shroud is stained with impure water, then what should be done?
After washing the deceased, those responsible [for washing] place the right hand over the left as in prayer when they shroud him. Is this act correct?
Some people place a sign with a big stone made of marble or some other specific sign to indicate the grave of the deceased so as to facilitate future visits…
Someone died and we went to bury him, and [afterwards] some of us offered our condolences to the relatives of the deceased at the graveside. So is this permissible?