Grave demolished

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  1. N-Sunni

    N-Sunni New Member

    Yepp that's correct. So in this case, use the common path of the graveyard and do not walk on a newly created path. It is stated in Rad-dul-Muhtar: it is haram to walk on the newly created path that is made by demolishing the graves. (Rad-dul-Muhtar, vol. 1, pp. 612)

    In fact, even when there is a doubt regarding the new path, it is impermissible and a sin to walk on it. (Durr-e-Mukhtar, vol.3, pp. 183)

    ps: it has been observed that at many tombs in order to facilitate visitors, new pavements and floors are made by demolishing the graves of Muslims. It is Haram to lie upon, to walk upon, to stand on, and even to perform zikr or recite the Quran on such floors. Fatihah should just be recited from a distance. #FeelingEmotionalNow
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  2. MissHussain

    MissHussain Active Member

    the grave is demolished and pathway is made instead, one shouldnt walk on it, is that correct ?
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2017

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