Uthmaan would stand near a grave and weep until his beard became wet…
A concise article mentioning some of the innovations associating with Ta’ziyah (Offering condolences)
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’.
A series of lessons covering all aspects of Funerals from the arrival of death to the burial. These lessons are based on the Arabic book: Ahkaam al-Janaaiz by Shaykh Albaani. The tenth lecture outlines indicators and signs by which it is feared a person had a good death. English resource: Funerals: Regulations & Exhortations…
The ninth lecture outline indicators and signs by which we hope a person had a good death
The eighth lessons is regarding Ta’ziyyah – the Sunnah of offering condolences, as well as a mention of some of the innovations in relation to this
The seventh lesson deals with the instances when it is permitted to announce a death and when it is impermissible