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kerser, January 22, 2014
Posted January 22, 2014
Firstly there is no place in the Quran that recommend this form of burial.Secondly, the Holy Prophet (SAW) nor his Sahaba practiced this form of burial so one cannot say this is Sunna.Thirdly , those observers watching a dead body burn actually relates it to hell fire and nobody wants to think that his loved one is going through that kind of "punishment" even though his "trial" had not even come.Fourthly, the ashes of a cremated person is generally not buried but tossed somewhere (usually at sea) and that is unhealthy.Fifthly, one is deprived of visiting his loved one at a marked grave and also to pray for him/her when he does visit.
Posted January 26, 2014
'why does islam promote burial'
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Posted January 27, 2014
I think I was taught its 'cause on judgement day some angel blows his horn and everyone rises from the dead and to be able to live on you'll need your bodies and so and so.
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