Funeral prayers are to be said for a mother and her three children who died in a house fire last month ahead of their burials at the weekend.
The prayers, or Janaza namaaz, for Shehnila Taufiq, 47, and her three children Zainab, 19, Bilal, 17, and 15-year-old Jamil, will take place in Leicester tomorrow ahead of a burial in Dublin on Saturday.
The service, due to take place from 4pm, will be open to the public to allow for people to pay their respects to the family.
The four family members died after a fire engulfed their home in Wood Hill, Leicester, in the early hours of Friday September 13.
Mrs Taufiq's husband Dr Muhammad Taufiq Al Sattar is expected to attend the prayers, which will take place in Spinney Hill Park, East Park Road, Leicester.
The neurosurgeon, who worked in Dublin, travelled to Leicester at weekends to see his wife and children who were studying in the city for an Islamic education.
The funerals had been delayed due to a second post mortem examination carried out on the bodies by the coroner. The bodies were released today.
Suleman Nagdi, chairman of the Muslim Burial Council in Leicestershire (MBCOL) said: "We are grateful to a number of people and organisations which are too numerous to mention in full.
"Nevertheless special thanks must go to the local community, the emergency services, Leicester City Council, our elected councillors and MPs, our local coroner and local mosques.
"Particular thanks also go to Irish Ferries who have kindly agreed to cover the transportation costs at no charge. Thanks also go to the Co-Op funeral services for their support.
"We would also like to thank the various media outlets for their sensitive coverage of this terrible tragedy.
"Condolences have already come in locally, nationally and internationally and we at MBCOL wish to further extend our own condolences at this most difficult time."
Mr Nagdi said that the coffins will be held at the local mosque overnight following the prayers tomorrow.
They will be transported by ferry to Dublin on Friday ahead of a burial service on Saturday, he added.
Seven people have been charged with murder in connection with the four deaths and have been remanded to appear in court at a later date.
A 22-year-old man was arrested in Leicester this morning in connection with the fire and remains in police custody.