Why don't Ahmadis follow the practice of placing the deceased body in front of the congregation during the funeral prayer like other Muslims?
Can an Ahmadi pray close to the deceased body of a non-Ahmadi or non-Muslim?
Why is cremation forbidden in Islam?
Why is giving charity in the name of deceased person encouraged while reciting the Quran for their sake is not?
What does it matter to the spirit where its deceased body is buried?
Why do we not perform Janazaa (Funeral Prayers) for a stillborn child?
Are Muslims allowed to be cremated when they die?
Was "nizam-i-wasiyyat" ever mentioned in the Quran or the sayings of Muhammad and are people who are allowed to be buried in "Baisht-i-Maqbarah" guaranteed to go to Heaven?
Which chapters of the Quran are supposed to be recited upon the death of a person?
Would cremation be permitted in Islam if the deceased donated his organs?
Why are we encouraged to pray for the non-Ahmadi Muslims but not permitted to participate in their funeral prayers?
Why do we form an odd number of rows during funeral prayer services?
Why does Islam promote the burial and not cremation of the dead?
Why does Islam not allow the cremation of a dead body?
Why is burial preferred to cremation and can cremation be permitted in certain situations?
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