"Indeed, to Allah we belong and to Allah we shall return."
Dealing with the death of a loved one is one of the greatest trials in a person's lifetime. However, the teachings of Islam on life and death are clear. We are all mortals and death is a gateway to the hereafter. Islam teaches
us the methods by which we deal with the passing of our fellow human beings and rules by which we have to conduct the appropriate practices of prayer, preparation and burial. The Qur’an stresses the inevitability of death for
all living things, emphasises the fleeting nature of this world, and underlines the need for Taqwa
In keeping with the tradition of burying the deceased as soon as possible, a Muslim burial takes place immediately after the funeral service. We at WMWA aim to make this smoothly as possible. As soon as you have learn't about the death of a family member, please contact us on 01905 20005.
Alternatively see a simple step by step guide below.
A 5-step guide to organising Muslim funeral
Contact the funeral service.
Contact WMWA representative
Get a Medical Certificate from the doctor
death to the relevant authority
Wash the body and do the Janaza.
Take the body to the graveyard for burial.
Make plenty of Dua's for the desceased.