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A hasan hadith, narrated by Ahmad (6/) and Abu Dawud (1/46) in Kitab al- taharah, bab al- siwak. Fath al-Bari, 2/, Kitab al-jumu’ah, bab al-siwak. We have read in the first Book that the love of Allah is the highest aim of a true believer. It is for the achievement of this single end that he affirms his faith in Him . Bukhari, Sahih: kitab nikah; bab man tafa nisa’ihi (also Anas bin Malik). Ibid., kitab nikah; bab Dawud, Sunan: kitab al taharah; bab ha’id. Malik, Muwatta: kitab.

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A man came to him: They the hearers said: If anyone applies collyrium, he should do it an tsharah number of times. He rebuked me out of respect for him. He should not cleanse with taharrah right hand. Messenger of Allah, we travel on the sea and take a small quantity of water with us. Then I would see a mark or marks after washing.

Whenever the woman became purified from her menses, she would put salt in water. He came to us after he had cleansed himself with water. My Lord has commanded me to do this. All this time I was looking at him. He then washed his feet three times. Narrated Abu Asad b.

Bakkar ibn Yahya said that his grandmother narrated to him: Who is she except you! I heard Sa’id b.

SAHIH MUSLIM, BOOK 2: Purification (Kitab Al-Taharah)

This tradition has been transmitted by Hisham through a different chain of narrators to the same effect: Messenger of Allah, have you forgotten? A man in front of me said: Some have mentioned the name of Sufyan b. I saw ‘Uthman b. This tradition is not known through Jarir b. If the blood is not removed, then what? He then put his right hand in the vessel to take water and rinsed his mouth three times and snuffed up water three times.


When he woke up from his sleep in the later part of the night for prayer he came to his ablution water. Narrated Hamnah daughter of Jahsh: When the man from the Muhajirun saw the man from the Ansar bleeding, he asked him: You are sturdy and vigorous people; hence display your power for religion.

I was in the company of Ibn Umar. The version of Ahmad has: Uthman and Hannad added: He then rinsed his mouth and snuffed up water. Then take a bath and then perform ablution for every prayer and pray.

If anyone takes a bath on Friday, puts on his best clothes, applies a touch of perfume if he has any, then goes to the congregational prayer in the mosqueand takes care not to step over people, then prays what Allah has prescribed for him, then keeps silent fo the time his Imam comes out until he finishes his prayer, it would atone for his sins during the previous week.

When he reached the stage of wiping his head, he took a handful of water and poured it with his left hand over the middle of his head so much so that drops of water came down or almost came down. Addressing himself to the one who did not repeat, he said: For you there is double reward.


He took the toothstick and used it. They performed tayammum with clean earth and prayed. In this version there is no mention of rinsing of mouth and snuffing of water.

Bab Taharah

Narrated Ar-Rubayyi’ daughter of Mu’awwidh ibn Afra’: Zayd ibn Khalid used to attend the prayers in the mosque with his tooth-stick on his ear where a clerk carries a pen, and whenever he got up for prayer he used it. Narrated Umm Habibah daughter of Jahsh: Abi ‘Amr and ‘Ikrimah: May I not tell you how the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him performed ablution?

He then took a handful of atharah and poured it tqharah his forehead and left it running down his face. Whosoever takes a bath due to sexual defilement on Friday and tahqrah out for Friday prayeris treated like one who offered camel as sacrifice; he who goes out in the second instance aas one who offers a cow; he who goes out in the third taharahh is treated as one who offers a horned cow; he who goes out in the fourth instance is treated as one who offers a hen; he who goes out in the fifth instance is treated as one who offers an egg.

He asked his fellow travellers: