Understanding About Prayer of Dead Bodies

31 March 2010 at 00:42 Leave a comment

Dead body Prayer is the prayer remains to be worked as much as 4 times Takbir, and the law of obligatory prayer remains is KIFAYAH (liabilities that are designated to many people, but when some one had carried out or done that prayer so hence the fall practice obligation for others).

Rasulullah SAW said: “Pray to your died body!” (Narrated by Ibn Majah).

“Pray yourselves people had died the previous say La ilaha illallaah.” (Narrated by Ad-Daruruquthni).

The virtue of people who pray died bodies or corpse described in the following hadith:

From Abu Hurairah ra, Rasulullah said: “Anyone who accompany the corpse and then she got the part to pray they get a gift for one qirath (the reward of a mountain), and who was escorted to completion operate, he will get two qirath.” (Narrated by al-Jama ‘ ah and Muslim)

Terms Prayers Bodies

  1. Closing the aurat, saint of hadats large and small, clean body, clothes and place of the unclean and the facing direction. This is the same as usual prayers.
  2. Bodies have been washed and dikafankan.
  3. The location of the bodies in the direction of people who menshalatkan ghoib except pray.

Pillars of Prayer Bodies

  1. Intention
  2. Standing for those who can afford.
  3. Carriage of four times.
  4. Read surah Al-Fatihah.
  5. Reading sholawat the Prophet.
  6. Pray for the body.
  7. Greeting.

Prayers of voluntary bodies

  • Raised his hand in every Takbir (four Takbir)
  • Lowered his voice reading (sirr)
  • Reading ta’awuz
  • Disunnahkan many followers
  • Intensifying shaf

“Everyone believers who died, then dishalatkan by Muslims who number up to three contingent will have his sins forgiven. Therefore Malik bin Hubairah always trying to form three rows, if the number of people who pray there is not much body. (Narrated by Ahmad, Abu Dawood and Ibn Majah).
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