A Simple Guide to the Funeral Rites (Janāzah) in Islam: From the Point of Death to the Burial (Illustrated eBook)

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  1. New version revised today 7th Jan. 2018. No. 5.
    References added to topic of condolences, and worded better.

  2. As-Salamu ‘alaikum. I have two questions, in sha Allah.

    1: Is it allowed to pray Janazah for someone years after they’ve died if we haven’t prayed Janazah?

    2: How should Salat Al Janazah be prayed in absentee? Is it how it normally is? Can I pray Salat al Janazah in absentee if I can’t reach somewhere where the Janazah is held?

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