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    1. #19

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      Quote Originally Posted by batameez View Post
      How about these?

      1. Supplicating (du‘a) and seeking forgiveness (istighfar): For the Qur’an tells the living believers to pray for their deceased brethren; as in the verse: And those who come after them pray: ‘Our Lord! Forgive us and our brethren who came before us in faith.’ [59:10]
      Yes yes this is perfect, we can do DUA for our parents and for all the muslims who have passed away...

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      2. Charity (sadaqah):
      So you mean to say if a person is billionaire or his/her child became one, then he/she'll get heaven and ajar-o-sawab because of it ?? It's un-equal and unfair, so we cant do it...

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      3. Pilgrimage (hajj)
      Yes you can only do/perform Hajj-e-Badal only on 2 conditions, deceased was sick and couldnt do it and second that he/she was willing to perform hajj but died..

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      4. Fasting (siyam)
      There is no authentic hadith on it... please check it out if I am wrong... I must quote here a Quranic verse's tafseer...

      "Aap kahein keh kya me ALLAH jo Rab-e-Qayenaat hai ke siwa koi aur Rab talash karun ? halakeh ye na-mumkin hai kyunke Parwardigaar-e-Qayenaat to wohi aik Rab hai.. Koi kisi ka boajh nahi uthayega, aakhir aik din tum sab ko muhasba-e-aimaal ke liye Rab ki taraf palatna hai.. Us waqt tumhare sab ikhtlafaat khol ker rakh diyey jaengay jin me tum jhagar rahe ho"

      Reference: Surat-ul-Inam, verse # 164.. (Tafseer)

      Also, my question is, why a person dont keep fast while He/She is alive? if sick or have any kinda problem then why dont pay fidiya to the needy of exact amount the food he/she would eat.. (multiplied by fasts left)...

      Quote Originally Posted by batameez View Post
      5. Freeing Slaves (‘itq)
      My answer is same, if a deceased person was willing to free a slave but died, then only he can get sawab (not aisaal-e-sawab) of freeing that slave by relative etc..

      Quote Originally Posted by batameez View Post
      I have heard personally from many speakers about what Restless has said anyway but can't recall / find the source

      Can try asking your local masjid walay maybe
      I asked them all, got a proof of authentic Hadith.. also Dr. Zakir Naik approved it as well as Dr. Israr Ahmed, Mufti Menk and many more...

      Hadith: The only thing that will continue among his/her deeds is the recurring charity he/she has made (like hopital, mosque, water resource etc), and the knowledge he/she spread/taught others and his/her son praying for them....

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      There is a fundamental difference of opinion involved here in how we interpret the religion and its permissible acts.

      The permissibility of esal e sawab/benefitting the deceased for those who practice it comes mainly from our understanding of the religion as well as some proofs from the sunnah and tafsir. Where as those who do not practice it and do not accept it gain all acts as narrated in individual hadith. This is why a sahih hadith is important to them.

      In order to appreciate the other sides view a very understanding approach must be taken with a genuine desire to learn comparative interpretations of Islam

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