Updates on Samaah

Born on August 25, 2006, Samaah is back in Saskatoon after spending her first few days in Stollery Children's Hospital in Edmonton.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Asalamu Alaikum,

Insha Allah, a second Janazah prayer for Samaah will be offered at the Islamic Forum of Canada.

Date: Friday 10/27/06
Time: 7:30PM
Place: Islamic Forum of Canada (200 Advance Blvd)
Prayer to be led by Imam Faisal Abdur-Razzak

From 401/403
410 North
Exit on Steeles East (Right turn)
Right turn on Dixie
Left turn on Advance
First left and masjid is on the other side of the building

We apologize for the late notice, but insha Allah, your presence and duas will be greatly appreciated.


  • At October 27, 2006 4:07 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Janazah prayers for children are not necessary.

    Since In Shaa' Allah SAMAAH is in Jannah.

  • At October 27, 2006 4:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "It was not a part of the Prophet's (pbuh) guidance and Sunnah to pray (Janazah) for everyone who died afar. Large numbers of Muslims died afar, but he did not pray for them. On the other hand, it is authentically reported that he prayed Janazah for an-Najashi. Three opinions resulted from this:

    (1) This provides a Sunnah and permission for the Muslim ummah (i.e., community) to pray for everyone who dies afar. This is the opinion of ash-Shafi'i and Ahmad.
    (2) This is a special case only applicable to him (pbuh), and no one else. This is the opinion of Abu Hanifah and Malik.
    (3) The correct opinion: If the Janazah prayer is not performed for a deceased in the land where he died, it is permissible to pray Salat ul Gha'ib for him, as the Prophet (pbuh) prayed for an-Najashi because the prayer was not performed for him since he died among the disbelievers. But if the prayer is performed for a deceased in the land where he died, Salat ul Gha'ib may not be performed for him, because the obligation has been met by that. The Prophet (pbuh) prayed for the absent (an-Najashi) and left it off (for all other absents); both his doing and refraining are Sunnahs (that must be followed). Allah knows best."

    from Sound vision website.

    Umm Anas.
    Allah knows best.

  • At October 27, 2006 6:05 PM, Blogger Abu Adam said…

    Assalam alaikum

    Janaza is a blessing for every Muslim, and also it is a part of the healing process.

    May Allah accept her, ameen


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