' Too many funerals in Mecca and Medina '

Grootmufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh supports the determent of the Government.

The authorities in Saudi Arabia have called on Muslims not to let more massively buried in the Holy cities Mecca and Medina, a practice that is becoming more popular. All Muslims, whether it be Saudiërs or foreigners, should be buried in the place where they die, according to the Ministry of the Interior.

According to the Islamic Sharia law remains must be buried as soon as possible before the dissolve bodies go, according to the Ministry. The Saudi newspaper Arab News reported Saturday that, according to .

Grootmufti Sheikh Abdul Aziz al-Sheikh supports the determent of the Government. According to the highest religious authority in the country is in Islamic writings as the Koran nothing that indicates that this practice is necessary or desired. '' The sins of people will not decrease as their mortal remains is buried in one of the two holy cities. Only their good deeds accompany them to the grave. ''

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