QUESTION: I lost my 23 years old son almost 3 years ago, his dad shoot him. Hasbi Allah w na3mil wakeel. I got all his belongings from the officers 9 months later, they’re still as is from the scene in the box they gave me. I’m being told it’s haram to keep them as is (full of his blood) and that I should wash them? I haven’t touched his bedroom everything is still the exact same. Please advise me.JAK
ANSWER: May Allah have mercy on him. What people told you is baseless. You can keep his things as they are, without washing it or changing anything. I believe i need to bring to your attention that whatever he had left behind, you must distribute it between his heirs as this is their right in […]Read more
ANSWER: Yes, of course! They need more Rahem of Allah once they die.Read more
QUESTION: My father has been pased away 6 month ago and he was Govt Servent & due to his services now we r receiving his Services fund from GovtWhat will be the best way to give from it as Sadaqah for his benefit in eternal life Can we dug a wel which will benifit to two places, A Mosque (which is under construction with common people fund) and will also other people will use to get water for general use?
ANSWER: Both are beneficial. However, this money now belongs to all his heirs and if all agree to use this for charity on his behalf then no problem, otherwise it must be distributed among his heirs according to sharia law and they can individually give charity on his behalf if they want.Read more
ANSWER: This would suffice. However it’s best to memorise it.Read more
QUESTION: The Prophet (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) said: “Breaking the bone of one who is dead is like breaking it when he is alive.”Does this hadith indicate that dead people feel extreme pain when their bones are broken? I’ve heard that when even a tiny ant walks over the grave of a recently dead person, the dead person feels extreme pain due to the weight of the ant.
ANSWER: No, this indicates that the honor and dignity of a deceased is like that of a living person.Read more
Allah blessed me with 4 children, 3 sons and 1 daughter but they all died at different ages. 10 months, 15 months, 1.5 year and my daughter died 6 months ago at age of 2.5 years. it has broken us but we are still asking for Sabr from Allah. Sheikh everyone says that your kids will take you to Jannah.i want to ask that will I meet my children soon after my death?
ANSWER: Al hamdu lillah! May Allah ease your calamity and comfort your heart with tranquility. Without a doubt, they will be a barrier for you and their father from hellfire and you will be reunited with them in paradise. This is a test from Allah and losing 2 only suffices and they would take your […]Read more
ANSWER: This is weak and not authentic and goes against all evidences from Quran and authentic Sunnah.Read more
I know it’s haram to cook food for 3 days in a home if a member has passed away.My mom’s sibling passed away.He lived along with my granny & my other uncle.So,is it haram for me to eat food cooked in my home although I live in a seperate home & not with my granny for 3 days?And can I go to my granny’s place & eat the food that is sent there by the relatives?
ANSWER: We are allowed to mourn for up to 3 days but there is no prohibition on cooking. Sending them food so that they don’t cook in these 3 days is from the sunnah.Read more
ANSWER: This large number will intercede for him with Allah and hopefully he would be forgiven. https://islamqa.info/en/answers/9966/it-is-better-to-have-a-large-number-of-people-to-pray-the-funeral-prayerRead more
ANSWER: They stop once you die unless it’s a continuous sin, then it will regenerate and multiply.Read more