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PostSubject: Chapter 01-Water   Chapter 01-Water EmptySun May 31, 2009 2:47 am

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1) Narrated Abu Huraira, (1)Radiyallahu Anha, said regarding the sea, ''its water is purifying and its dead (animals) are lawful (to eat).''

(Al-Arba'a (2) and Ibn Abu Shaiba reported it, version is of the latter. Ibn Khuzaima and A-Thirmidhi graded it saheeh(sound). Malik, As-Shafi-i and Ahmad reported it.


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1 - His real name is Abdullah or Abdur-Rahman bin Sakhr ad-Dausi, and was one of the greatest Sahaba (companions of the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa ) and reported the largest number of ahadith. More than 800 men narrated from him. He became a muslim in the year of Khaibar (7h.)


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Hadith 2 :

Narrated Abu Sa'id Al-Kudri (1) radiyallah anha : Allah's Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said: ''Water is pure (2) and nothing can make it impure.''
Reported by Ath-Thalatha (3), and Ahmad graded it Sahih (sound).


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1 - His name is Sa'd bin Malik bin Sinan Al-Khazraji Al Ansari. He was one of the learned Shahaba, reported many ahadith and g ave religious opinions for some time. He died at the beginning of 74H at the age of 86 years.

2 - It is reported in Ahmad, At-Tirmidh and Abu Da'ud that the Prophet, Sallalahu aleihi wa said these words answering a question about the well of Buda'a which is located in the vicinity of Al-Madina and was always filled with filth. This well was situated in a low lying area and the rain water would carry all the dirt and garbage into it. These words are certainly about this well.

3 - THe collectors of Hadith: Abu Da'ud, At-Tirmidhi and An-Nasa'i.


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Hadith 3:

Narrated Abu Umama Al-Bahili (1) radiyallahu anhu : Allah's Messenger, Sallalahu aleihi wa , said: ''Water cannot be rendered impure by anything except something which changes its smell, taste and colour''. (2)
Ibn Majah reported it and Abu Hatim described it as da'if (weak).
And Al-Baihaqi reported: ''Water is pure unless any impure thing is added which changes its smell, taste and colour.''

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(1) His name is Suday bin Ajlan, one of the Sahaba who reported many ahadith. He lived in Egypt t hen moved to Hims (now in Syria) and died at the age of 81 or 86.

(2) Some of the people remark that water may be less or more in quantity, if filth alters its one quality out of three (its colour, odour and taste), it would become impure. But the proper view in this connection is t hat if water is less than 227 kilograms (two Qulla, then mere filth makes it impure, whether there is a change in anone of its quality or not, but when water is more than the saide quantity, it does not get impure, until there is a change at least in in one quality.
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Hadith 4:]
Narrated Abdullah bin Umar (1), radiyallahu anhu : Allah's Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said: ''If there is enough water to fill two pots (قلة)
(2), it carries no impurity.'' Another version has: ''it does not become unclean.''Al-Arba reported it. Ibn Khuzaima, Ibn Hibban and Al-Hakim graded it Sahih.


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(1) He was among the most ascetic and most knowledgeable Shahaba. He became a muslim at Makkah while a small boy and migrated to Al-Madinah. He first participated in the battle of Al-Khandaq, died in 73 A.H. and was buried at Dhi Tuwa.

(2) Qullah is a large earthen pot, which may contain water up to two and a half water-skins, viz., one hundred and thirteen kilograms.

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Hadith 5:

Narrated Abu Huraira radiyallahu anhu : Allah's Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said, "None of you should take bath in stagnant water when he is sexually impure'' (Muslim reported it)
Another version of Al Bukhari has: ''None of you should urinate in stagnant water that is not flowing, then take bath in it''.(4)
A version of Muslim has the words: ''from it (ie. the water).
A version of Abu Da'ud has: ''One should not take bath in it from sexual impurity''.

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(4) It means less quantity of water; if water is in abundance, it will be regarded as flowing water, which is not an impure one and is good for bathing. It has been prohibited to urinate in the stagnant water on the ground that one may not make it a habit and pollute the water. Condition of stagnant water is ony because flowing water is always clean and never becomes impure, even dirt and filth do not make it impure.

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Hadith 6:

A man (1) who accompanied the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa narrated: ''Allah's Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa forbade a woman to bathe with the water left over by a man and that a man should bathe with the water left over by a woman, (and instead) they should both take scoopfuls of the water together. ''(Reported by Abu Da'ud and An-Nasai and its chain of narrators is Sahih - authentic)

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1- This man is one of the Sahaba, and failure to mention his name does not harm because the Sahaba are all trustworthy.

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Hadith 7:

Narrated Ibn 'Abbas radiyallahu anhu (1): ''The Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa used to bath with the water left over by Maimuna radiyallah anha [Muslim reported it]. And Ashab As-Sunan (compilers of the Prophet's sayings) reported that one of the wives of the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa took bath from a vessel, then came the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa and he wanted to take a bath from that (vessel), she (2)said:'' I was sexually impure''. He said, ''Water does not become sexually impure''. (At Tirmidhi and Ibn Khuzaima graded it Sahih.

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(1) He is Abdullah Bin Abbas Bin Abdul Muttalib, the Prophet's cousin and the scholar of the Muslim Ummah. He was born 3 years before Al-Hijrah and died at Ta'if in 67 A.H.

(2)This hadith apparently seems to be in contradiction with the first, but actually it is not, because the order is not of absolute prohibition but is only suggestive prohibition to avoid any trace of impurity.

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Hadith 8:

Narrated Abu Huraira Chapter 01-Water 199209 : Allah's Messenger Chapter 01-Water 581734 said: ''The cleansing of the utensil belonging to one of you, after it has been licked by a dog, is to wash it seven(1)times, using soil for cleaning of the the first time''. (Muslim reported it - Another version has:
''he should spill the contents''.)
At-Thirmidhi's version has: ''using soil at the first or last time''.

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1) It must b e clear that just to clean a thing from impurity, it is not necessary to wash it for seven times. The philosophy of cleaning a thing for seven times is different from that of simple purification. Physicians of today say that mostly in the intestines of dogs there are germs and small worms approximately 3mm in length, and these move out from intestines with the excrement and stick to the hair around the anus. When dogs clean this place with their tongue, it gets soiled with these organisms. If a dog licks a pot or someone kisses the dog, as the Europeans and American ladies do, these are transferred from dog to the pot or to the mouth of the woman and then the stomach. These organisms keep on moving, and penetrate into blood cells causing many fatal diseases. As the detection of these germs is not possible without miscroscopic tests, the Shari'a (islamic law) decalred the dogs an inherently impure thing by a general command, and whatever a thing is polluted with dog's saliva, must be cleaned seven times (wich in one time should be with soil) to be sure of its purity. For more details please the footnote of the book Ahkam-ul Ahsan, Sharh Umdat-ul-Ahkam).

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No disrespect is meant to the commentary above but just a quick thought here :

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If a dog licks a pot or someone kisses the dog, as the Europeans and American ladies do...
errr....hmmm...errr.... with due respect, I see in the park some men let their dogs lick their faces as a gesture of friendliness , not just ladies... Chapter 01-Water 674203 Chapter 01-Water 674203 Chapter 01-Water 674203
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Narrated Abu Qatada (1) Chapter 01-Water 199209 , Allah's Messenger Chapter 01-Water 581734 said about the cat that ''it is not unclean, but is one of those who intermingle with you''. (reported by Al-Arba (2)
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At-Tirmidhi and Ibn Khuzaima graded it Sahih (sound).

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[b](1) He is Al-Harith bin Rib'i Al-Ansari, the Prophet's Chapter 01-Water 581734 horseman. He fought the battle of Uhud and those which followed. It is daid he died at Al Madinah or Kufa in 54H.


(2) Al-Arba are : Abu Da'ud, Tirmidhi, Nasa'i and Ibn Majah.


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Hadith No. 10

Narrated Anas bin Malik radiyallahu anhu : (1) A Bedouin came and urinated in one corner of the mosque, and the people shouted at him, but Allah’s Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa stopped them, and when he finished urinating, the Prophet Sallalahu aleihi wa ordered for a bucket of water which was poured (2)over it.

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(1) He was the Prophet’s Sallalahu aleihi wa servant from the time he came to Al-Madinah till his death. He is known as Abu Hamza and was Khazraji· He lived in Basra during Umar's Caliphate and died in it at the age of 99 or 103 years in 91 or 92 or 93 H.

(2) This Hadith proves that earth is purified by pouring water over the place soiled with impurities. Ibn Abi Shaiba has narrated -as Mawquf (a saying of a Companion) - that the earth is purified when it is dried up.

(3) Al-Bukhari and Muslim
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Hadith No. 11

Narrated Ibn Umar radiyallahu anhu Allah's Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said, "Two types of dead animals and two types of bloods have been made lawful for us, the two types of dead animals are locusts and fish (seafood), while the two types of bloods are the liver and the spleen."


[Reported by Ahmad and Ibn Majah, and this Hadith has some weakness.]
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Hadith No. 12

Narrated Abu Huraira radiyallahu anhu Allah’s Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said, "When a fly falls in the drink of one of you, he should fully dip it and then throw it away because there is disease in one of its wings and cure in the other(*).

[Reported by Al-Bukhari and Abu Da’ud who added: "It (the fly) protects itself with the diseased wing (by dipping it first in a drink)].

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(*) It is evident from this Hadith that water or syrup does not become impure, if a fly drops into it. Likewise the creatures of this family-whose blood does not flow, like mosquito, wasp and spider, etc, do not make the water impure if they have fallen into it or died in it.
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Hadith No. 13

Narrated Abu Waqid Al-Laithi radiyallahu anhu (*) Allah’s Messenger Sallalahu aleihi wa said, "Whatever (portion) is cut off from an animal when it is alive is dead (meat).

[Reported by Abu Da’ud and At-Tirmidhi who graded it Hasan (fair), and this wording is of At-Tirmidhi's].



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(*) His name is Al-Harith bin 'Auf and is a descendant of Banu 'Aamir bin Laith. He became a Muslim very early and is counted among the people of Al-Madinah. It is said that he fought at Badr, lived in Makkah and died in it in 65H or 68H at the age of 57 and was buried at Funj. His Hadith indicates that the cut-off portions of a live animal is forbidden (to eat) and unclean (to touch) like any mayyit (animal which dies by itself, not being slaughtered properly.)
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