What is said when visiting the grave of the Messenger



Contents

  • 1 Legitimacy of visiting the Prophet's grave
  • 2 What is said when visiting the grave of the Messenger
  • 3 Etiquette of visiting the Prophet's grave
  • 4 Ruling on women visiting the Prophet’s grave
  • 5 references

The legality of visiting the Prophet's grave

The intention to visit the grave of the Messenger - may God bless him and grant him peace - and the tombs of its companions, Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq and Omar bin Al-Khattab, may God be pleased with them; it must be in accordance with the intention of visiting the Prophet’s Mosque, which is preferred to visit in his saying, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him: (The journey is only drawn to the three mosques: Grand mosque, the mosque of the Prophet peace be upon him, Al - Aqsa) mosque , [1] [2] If arrived in the Muslim to the Prophet 's mosque entered onto his right foot, and called for a prayer to enter the mosque , and prayed whatever he wants, and he should be keen to pray in the Rawdah , which is among the The pulpit of the Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - and his grave, because it is a kindergarten from the gardens of Jinn E, [3]He should know that all the hadiths mentioned in the merit of visiting the grave of the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - are very weak or established hadiths. [4]

What is said when visiting the Prophet's grave

If a Muslim prays in the Prophet’s Mosque and wants to visit the grave of the Messenger - may God bless him and grant him peace - then he should do the following:
  • For the visitor to stand in front of the grave of the Prophet politely and reverently, and read the well-known Abrahamic prayer, then he says: “I bear witness that you are truly the Messenger of God, and that you have communicated the message, you have performed faithfulness, and you have advised the nation, and you have struggled in God for the right of his struggle. His nation ”, [3] He may say:“ Peace be upon you, O Messenger of God, and the mercy and blessings of God. ”And there is nothing wrong if he increases, so he said:“ May God’s peace and blessings be upon you and your family and companions, and may God reward you for your nation’s goodness. who promised him ", [5] although it was limited to say:" peace be upon you , O Prophet , and God 's mercy and blessings be upon you , "there is nothing wrong, because Ibn ' Umar , may Allah be pleased with them - If peace was to say: "Peace be upon you , O Messenger of Allah, peace be upon you , O Abu Bakr, peace be upon you , O my father, and then go out."
  • That the visitor take a step to the right to become in front of the grave of Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq - may God be pleased with him - and say: "Peace be upon you, Abu Bakr, peace be upon you, O successor of the Messenger of God - may God bless him and grant him peace - in his nation, may God be pleased with you, and reward you for the good of the nation of Muhammad. ".
  • That the visitor take another step to the right, to be in front of the tomb of Umar ibn Al-Khattab - may God be pleased with him - and say: “Peace be upon you, O Omar, peace be upon you, O Commander of the Faithful, may God be pleased with you, and reward you for the goodness of the nation of Muhammad.” [6]

Etiquette of visiting the Prophet's grave

If a Muslim wants to visit the grave of the Prophet - may God bless him and grant him peace - after coming to Medina with the intention of visiting the Prophet’s Mosque, he must abide by the following etiquette: [7] [8]
  • It is desirable for the one who is going to visit the grave of the Messenger - may God bless him and grant him peace - to abound in prayer and peace be upon him on the way, and he asks God to benefit him by visiting him and accepting it from him.
  • A visitor to the grave of the Messenger - may God bless him and grant him peace - should empty his heart from the affairs of the world and feel the greatness of who is in his presence and visit, then greet him, and not raise his voice.
  • It is mustahabb for the visitor to grave the Messenger - may God bless him and grant him peace - to receive the grave and move away from it a little, and to manage the kiss.
  • It is not permissible for a visitor to the grave to wipe the pulpit or the prophetic room in which the grave of the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, nor to circumambulate or accept it, because this is an act of denial and heresy .
  • It is not permissible for a visitor to the grave to ask the Messenger - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - nor anyone else to release his anguish, or to provide for his needs, or to heal his patient, or intercede for him in the Hereafter , or so, because he requested this from the dead from the major polytheistic director From religion, it is not asked nor is it required except from God Almighty.
  • It is not permissible for a visitor to the grave of the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - to prolong the prayer with him, nor to seek supplication for him, and if he calls, he must receive the kiss and not the grave.
  • A Muslim should not visit the grave of the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - whenever he enters and exits the mosque, or after every prayer, because this is considered one of the new innovations that did not have to do the righteous predecessors .
  • The visitor of the Prophet’s grave should not only go for prayers and peace be upon the Prophet, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, because prayers and peace be upon him reach him from the far as they come from the near as it was proven in the authentic hadiths, and they are legitimate in many places, such as entering and leaving the mosque, and when hearing the call to prayer And in every prayer, and this is a sign of the great affection of the Prophet - may God’s prayers and peace be upon him - and the high status of his Lord, even he made every prayer upon him with the reward of ten prayers. [9]

Ruling on women visiting the Prophet's grave

Proven that the Prophet peace be upon him , he urged to visit the graves in saying: (Visit the graves they remind you of the Hereafter) , [10] and he knew his companions -radwan God Alehm- prayers visit the graves which is : "Peace be upon you people of the homes of believers and Muslims and I, God willing you to Successors ask God for us and you wellness God have mercy on us and inducted Almstochrin ", and this urge to visit the graves of men special, [5] As for womenMajority of scholars say the hatred of their visit to the graves, because women may not bear the misfortunes of paper hearts, and this is a sign of Dzahn and raise their voices to cry, says Hanbali: "hate to visit the graves of women .. the knowledge that it is them forbidden, deprived graves visit them," The scar tap women to visit the graves of mercy and sermon to talk the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him: (I used to forbid you to visit graves, Vzoroha, to remind you had good) , [11] it is worth mentioning that scientists have been excluded from the unpleasantness that women visit the tomb of the Prophet peace be upon him Sallam and the tombs of the prophets , because the evidence of the year on the pan so. [12]
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