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What is al-Hadath al-Asghar? PDF Print E-mail

Question 1) - What is al-Hadath al-Asghar?

A:           When the washing of certain organs and wiping some becomes obligatory upon a man or a woman in order to perform Salah it is called al-Hadath al-Asghar. This washing is called Chase or Wudu. The person in a state of wudu is called mutawaddi.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
What is al-Hadath al-Akbar? PDF Print E-mail

Question 1) - What is al-Hadath al-Akbar?

A:           When a bath of the whole body becomes obligatory upon a man or a woman the state is called al-Hadath al-Akbar. After the bath the Hadath is removed. There bath is called Ghusl or Ightisaal.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
Why do the Jurists begin their books with the rules of Taharah? PDF Print E-mail

Question 1) - Why do the Jurists begin their books with the rules of Taharah?

A: Taharah is amongst the conditions for the validity of Salah. Salah is the second of the Five Pillars of Islaam. They therefore begin with the rules of Taharah, followed by Salah.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
What is the meaning of Taharah linguistically and in Shari'ah? PDF Print E-mail

Question 2) - What is the meaning of Taharah linguistically and in Shari'ah?

A:           Taharah is linguistically cleanliness. In Shari'ah it is the removal of al-Hadath al-Asghar [minor impurity] and al-Hadath al-Akbar Major impurity], and filth from clothing, body and places of Salah.

~ al-Quduri ~

 
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