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    Default Re: Ruling on women going to the graveyard?

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    Default Re: Ruling on women going to the graveyard?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmed View Post
    Contact us
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    Heh, I have Maulana Saleem Dorat's personal number. :P

    He's real busy though.


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    Default Re: Ruling on women going to the graveyard?



    It was originally forbidden and later permitted by the Prophet as shown to be chronologically correct.

    As for Saudi, they do allow special times for Janat-ul-Baqi. Oh and women who have full proof that they are a direct descendant are allowed to be in the presence of the Prophet but this not well known at least from my understanding.
    Abu Sa’id (ra) said that Rasullilah (salalahi alahi wasalam) said, “Whoever says:

    Radeetu billahi rabban, wa bil-Islaami deenan, wa bi-Muhammadin rasoolan

    Jannah becomes obligatory for him (to enter).
    [Abu-Dawud]

    - Best said in Morning and Evening with "Nabiyan wa rasoolan"


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    Default Re: Ruling on women going to the graveyard?

    Quote Originally Posted by fahid View Post


    It was originally forbidden and later permitted by the Prophet as shown to be chronologically correct.

    As for Saudi, they do allow special times for Janat-ul-Baqi. Oh and women who have full proof that they are a direct descendant are allowed to be in the presence of the Prophet but this not well known at least from my understanding.
    How do they go about proving that?


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