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The Purity

The Purity

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The Purity
The PURITY
by:Abdulrahman Al-Sheha.

Original language:English.
Translted to english by:Ghalib Ahmad Masri.
Publishing house:Islamic Propagation Office in RABWAH.

Publishing Email:rabwahoffice@yahoo.com.
Publishing date:1422H/2001G.
ISBN:.
Introduction
Qualities of Purification

Purification From Tangible Impurities
What is Wudu'?
Full Description of Wudu'
Supererogatory Acts of Wudu'
Things That Invalidate Wudu'
Wudu' is Recommended for the Following
Some Infractions During Wudu'

Some Verdicts on Wudu'
Wiping over Boots and the Like
The Area to be Wiped
Pre-requisites for Wiping over Boots
Description of Wiping over Boots
Time Limit
Things that Terminate the Validity of Wiping

Major Ritual Purification (Ghusl)
Description of Complete Ritual Bath (Ghusl)
Satisfactory Ghusl
Cases in which Ghusl is Recommended
Taboos (Forbidden Acts) in Case of Janabah (Major Ritual Impurity)
Some Offences and Errors in the Ritual Bath (Ghusl)

Tayammum
Factors that Make Tayammum Permissible
Description of Tayammum
Things That Invalidate Tayammum
Notes

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The Purity
Some Verdicts On Tayammum

Wiping over Splints and Bandages
Some Verdicts on Wiping Over the Splints
How to Purify a Sick Man

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The PURITY
by:Abdulrahman Al-Sheha.

Original language:English.
Translted to english by:Ghalib Ahmad Masri.
Publishing house:Islamic Propagation Office in RABWAH.

Publishing Email:rabwahoffice@yahoo.com.
Publishing date:1422H/2001G.
ISBN:.
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Introducing
Praise be to Allah! may Allah's blessing and peace be upon our
Prophet Muhammad, his family and Companions.

Purity (Tah\u00e2rah) is a beautiful word that is pleasing to the eye, and a
quality which everyone wishes to maintain. From an Islamic perspective,
purity has a general meaning. Thus it may mean, on the one hand, physical
cleanness which is the purity (of the body) from perceptible filth or ritual
purification. On the other hand, it may mean spiritual purity which is the
purity of the self from vices, sins and abandoning disobediences, and
getting used to good deeds and words. This comprehensive meaning of
purity is expressed in the words of Prophet Muhammad (peace and
blessings of Allah be upon him), as reported by Abu Hurairah, (may Allah
be pleased with him):\u201c What do you think if there was a river at the

door of one of you in which he bathes five times a day: Does this
leave any dirt on him? They answered, Nothing is left. The Prophet
peace and blessings of Allah be upon him said, That is like the five
prayers with which Allah remove sins\u201d (Bukhari & Muslim).

Ritual purity is a prerequisite to prayer (Sal\u00e2t); this comprises either
ablution (wudu') for minor impurity or ceremonial bath (ghusl) for major
impurity. If a Muslim purifies himself in accordance with Allah's
commandments and the Prophet's instructions, his prayer will purify him of
sins. Islam is the religion of both outward and inward purity. Allah's
Messenger peace and blessings of Allah be upon him warned those who
neglected physical purity which is considered a prerequisite for validity of
certain devotions, like prayer, touching or holding the Holy Qur'an, etc. Ibn
'Abbass reported Allah's Messenger's words when he passed by two

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