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Muslim Views on Death

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Death and Burial. To Muslims, death serves as a transitional stage between life on earth and life in the next world. The Arabic word for death -- mawt -- means "cessation of breathing." Muslims traditionally bury the deceased on the day of death or as soon after death as possible. As with other rituals, the body must be given a ritual cleansing before the funeral. Read more here

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