Category Archives: كتاب الطهارة (Book Of Purification)

All about purification and the rulings behind it.

Q&A About Purification (Ablution)

Q1. What is the meaning of Khuffs (Leather socks) and Jawaarab (socks)? A1. All praise is due to Allâh, and I invoke peace and blessings upon our Prophet Muhammad, and upon all of his Companions. The meaning of the khuff … Continue reading

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Menstrual Cycle (الحيض)

Menstrual Cycle (Hayd) There is no (authentic) proof (legislated) defining the least or most about of duration that it remains (with the woman keeping her in impurity). As well there is also (no authentic proof legislated defining) the period of … Continue reading

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Dry Ablution (التيمم)

Dry Ablution (Tayamum) (The Performance of Tayaamum) permits (all acts of worship) that are made permissible by Wudu’ or Ghusl for the one who cannot find water or fears hardship if he uses water. The limbs (that are to be … Continue reading

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Ritual Bathing (الغسل)

Ghusl becomes an obligation when semen is ejaculated due to sexual excitement, – even if it is resultant from merely fantasizing in your mind – when the genitalia come into one another, at the end of Haaid (Menstrual cycle) and Neefaas (Postpartum bleeding). … Continue reading

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The Ritual Ablution (الوضوء )

It is an obligation upon every Mukalaf [20]: To Mention the Name of Allah if one remembers [21] And then rinse your mouth and snuff and blow your nose [22] And then wash all of the face [23] And then … Continue reading

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Answering the Call of Nature (قضاء الحاجة)

The one who (intends to) relieve himself is to ensure that he is hidden from the sight of others by entering into a lavatory or moving far from the places of habitation. He is to (squat down) near the ground and refrain … Continue reading

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الطهارة و النجاسات (Purification and Impurities)

First, water is pure and purifies[1]. Water does not relinquish either of these two characteristics (purity and ability to purify) unless:  Its scent, color or taste is altered as a result of an addition of Najasah (Impurities)[2]. (Secondly, if) there is an … Continue reading

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