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Seeking blessings from graves and their dwellers such as Ajmeer Shareef, Abdul Qaadir

Question: In our country, a celebration called `Urs is held every year around the grave of a man whom people claim was one of the Awliyaa` (pious people). 1,264 more words

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Ibn Al-Qayyim's stance on traveling to Al-Khaleel's grave and claiming the Hell-fire will eventually vanish

Question: Is the report that Al-Imaam Ibn Al-Qayyim disapproved of traveling on a pilgrimage to the grave of Prophet Ibraaheem (Abraham, peace be upon him) authentic? 93 more words

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Visiting the graves of righteous people, slaughtering for them and supplicating to them

Question: What is the ruling of Sharee‘ah (Islaamic law) on visiting the graves of pious people. When a man travels to the grave of a pious person, accompanied by his family and relatives, among which are women, they take a ewe with them to slaughter near the grave, then they serve food, eat, drink, and stay by the graveside for a whole day or part of a day, and sometimes until early morning. 297 more words

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Pilgrims visiting the Prophet's grave and Al-Baqee`

Question: Are pilgrims whether men or women required to visit the grave of the Prophet (peace be upon him), Al-Baqee` (the graveyard of Madeenah, near the Prophet’s Mosque), Uhud (mountain site of the Battle of Uhud the second battle between Muslims and the disbelievers of Makkah), and Quba’ (a town near Madeenah where the Prophet established the first mosque)? 64 more words

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Visiting and praying in the Prophet's Mosque

Question: I was born in 13/4/1903 A.D.; I am now eighty years old, but Allaah has not willed it for me yet during this lifetime to visit the Honored Ka`bah or the Prophet’s Mosque. 117 more words

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Traveling to visit the graves of the prophets, righteous people, and others

Question: Is it permissible to intend to undertake a journey to visit the graves of prophets and righteous peopleas the grave of our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) and others? 54 more words

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Traveling to Madeenah to pray in Al-Masjid Al-Nabawee

Question: Is it permissible for someone to travel to visit Al-Masjid Al-Nabawee (the Prophet’s Noble Mosque) in Al-Madeenah Al-Munawwarah while living in Makkah?

Answer: It is permissible for Muslims to travel to Al-Madeenah to perform Salaah (Prayer) at Al-Masjid Al-Nabawee. 34 more words

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