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BOOK OF PURIFICATION
Lesson 2: Types of water: (3 types)
Lesson 3: Impurities: (8) + (5)
Lesson 4: How to purify impurities
Lesson 5: Sunnahs of the Fitrah
Lesson 6: Toilet manners: (15 points) + (2)
Lesson 7: Purification for the Prayer
-The wudoo.: Its description
-The conditions for its correctness: (2)
-Its Obligations: (8)
Lesson 8: Sunnahs of the wudoo.:(10)
Lesson 9: Those things which break wudoo.: (5)
Lesson 10: -Those things which wudoo. is obligatory for: (2) or (1)
-Those things wudoo.…read more

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Lesson 2 ) :
THE BOOK OF PURIFICATION (AT-TAHAARAH)
Purification (at-Tahaarah) in the language is: cleanliness, and keeping free of from states
of impurity.
In the terminology of the legislation: removing a state of impurity or removing
impurities.
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And water is not judged to be impure even if impurity falls into it, unless it causes a
change in it.2
Due to the hadeeth of Aboo Sa`eed, who said: "It was said: O Messenger of Allaah! Shall
we perform wudoo. from the well of Budaa`ah ( a well in al-Madeenah)? (And it was a
well into which menstrual rags, and carcasses of dogs, and foul-smelling things became
carried)".…read more

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Lesson 3) :
2. The Chapter of Impurities (an-Najaasaat):
Najaasaat (impurities) is the plural of najaasah (impurity), and it is everything which the
people of sound nature hold to be dirty, and which they guard themselves from, and
which they wash their clothes from if it fall upon them, such as urine and excrement.1
And the basic principle for all things is permissibility (ibaahah) and that they are pure
(at-Tahaarah). So whoever claims that a particular thing is impure must bring evidence.…read more

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He said when he finished he (salallaahu `alaihi wassallam) called for a bucket of water,
and poured it upon it.1
3. The dung of animals whose meat may not be eaten:
From `Abdullaah who said: The Prophet (salallaahu `alaihi wassallam) wanted to go out
to the toilet, so he said:
"Bring me three stones."
So I found two stones for him and a piece of dung from a donkey.…read more

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The saliva of a dog:
From Aboo Hurairah who said: Allaah's Messenger (salallaahu `alaihi wassallam) said:
"The purification for the vessel of one of you if a dog licks from it is that he washes it
seven times, the first of them being with earth."1
8. Animal carcasses:
Referring to animals which die without having been slaughtered in the legislated
manner, because of his (salallaahu `alaihi wassallam) saying:
"When an animal skin is tanned then it has become pure.…read more

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Ad-dahaarah
Q1: What is the definition of Dahaarah ?
Q2: What is the difference between Wasaakhah and Najaasah and give me an example?
Q3: What does Maa-un Tahuur mean?
Q4: Which types of water are Tahuur per definition? Give me example for each type.
Q5: What is the daliil for that?
- The aayah: "........................"
- The Hadieth (Saying of the Prophet (sallaahu alaihi wa sallaam): "............................." about the sea,
- The Hadieth: ".................................." About the weel,
- The hadieth: ".................................." About water in general.…read more

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Lesson 4):
HOW IMPURITY IS TO BE PURIFIED.
You should know that the bringer of the legislation, who made us aware that a thing is
impure, or causes other things to become impure, has also made us aware of how we are
able to purify it. So what is obligatory upon us is to follow his saying and to comply with
his command.…read more

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Purifying a garment which menstrual blood has fallen onto:
From Asmaa. bint Abee Bakr, radiyallaahu `anhaa, who said: A woman came to the
Prophet (salallaahu `alaihi wassallam) and said: "If menstrual blood falls onto the
garment of one of us, what should she do?" So he said:
"She should scrape it off, then she should rub it with water, then she should wash it
(all). Then she can pray whilst wearing it.…read more

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