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Deathbed, Bath, and Beyond - Death, Fiqh of Janazah, Life of the Barzakh (4 credits)
You take your last breath. Your vision of what's in front of you changes. You start to see a new world. This transition is called death. What happens to your body and soul during these times? What will people do to your body? What happens in the next stage of life, the barzakh? Learn about the mysteries of the soul and death. Enlighten yourself to the fiqh rulings regarding funerals and burials. Encounter an experience that is uplifting and iman-increasing.
- What to do at the time of death
- Removal of the soul and the signs of good and evil endings
- Grieving and condolences
- Washing, shrouding and janazah prayer
- The funeral procession and etiquettes of the graveyard
- The Barzakh and the unseen
- The journey of the soul
- The life of the grave
- Examples of common mistakes
- How to save yourself and others
- And much more!
Shaykh Farhan was born and raised in the US.
He graduated from the University of Connecticut with a BSc in General Biology. He then completed a BA in Arabic language and a BA from the College of Dawah, specializing in Quranic and Prophetic Studies at Umm ul-Qura University, Makkah. He’s working on his MA in Hadeeth and it’s related sciences. He currently serves as an Imam and Director of Religious Affairs at MCNJ and is an ADP Instructor at FKAD Institute.
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