Uthmaan would stand near a grave and weep until his beard became wet…
The ruling of having a gravestone with the name of the deceased person written on there
Upon completion of burying the deceased, one of the people who is present raises his voice in supplication, whilst raising his hands; the people behind him say ‘Aameen’.
The seventh lesson deals with the instances when it is permitted to announce a death and when it is impermissible
Is there reward in attending the funeral procession of someone that commits acts of shirk and innovation?
Should one extend salutations upon the deceased in their graves from within the graveyard or from the street whilst passing by the graveyard?
And we are of the opinion that it is obligatory to demolish it (the house) and in its place expand the road – closing all the doors to the evils of Shirk and excessiveness.