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Urine closet counseling and regulations | Islamic Girls Guide

Urine closet counseling and regulations


Islam is the religion of purity and purity. At the forefront, it urges us to avoid impurity and uncleanness. Allah Almighty says, '... there are people who love holiness. And he loves the holy ones. ”(Surah Ta'wah, Ayah: 108)
Rasulullah (PBUH) says, 'Avoid urine spills. Because the torment of the grave is usually due to urine. ”(Darakutni, Hadith: 448)
The Messenger of Allah (সা) said, 'I am like your father. I teach you everything. When you go to the bathroom, do not sit in front of the kibla or sit behind the kibla. In his right hand, Estinja will not attain purity. ' (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 7)

It is very important for a person going to the urinary tract to take care of the following habits.

  1. Putting urine in a place where people do not see, hear no sound, and smell bad when sitting. (Tirmizi, Hadith: 20, Abu Dawood, Hadith: 2)
  2.  Choose a soft and supple place so that urine does not get in the body. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 3, Tirmizi, Hadith: 20)
  3. Reading 'Allahuamma Ini Aujubika Minal Lhasa Wall Khababis' on entering the closet. Those who urinate in the open field will read this greeting before taking off their clothes. (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 139)
  4. Sitting on your left foot. It is easy to get out of the stool. (Sunan Kubra Lil Bayhaki: 1, Majmawaz Zawaid: 1020)
  5.  Entering with left leg and right leg out. (NASA: 111, Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 2626)
  6. Keep that head covered. (Kubera Lil Bihaki in Sunan: 464)
  7. । Do not urinate in any hole. Because inside, insects are prone to damage. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 27, Sharhus Sunnah: 1/156)
  8. Do not urinate on the road or in the cemetery. (Muslim, Hadith: 397, Al-Fiqhul Islam 1/308, 309)
  9.  Do not urinate in the shade where people talk. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 397, Abu Dawood, Hadith: 24)
  10. Do not urinate under the fruit tree. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 24, Al-Fiqhul Islam 1/310)
  11. The urine to talk about urine during the urine. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 14)
  12. Makruh reciting the Qur'an and Ziki during Istinja. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 555)
  13. Tahrimi in Makruh, urinating in front of or behind the qibla. (Sahih Bukhari, Hadith: 380)
  14. Tahrimi in Makruh made in urine-closet in low water. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 1423, Shirohun Nabi: 1/454)
  15. Tanja in Makruh who urinate in excessive water or flowing water. (Sahih Muslim, Hadith: 425, Al-Bahrur Raik, 1/301)
  16. The makruh was urinated in the bath at the place of a bath. (Tirmizi, Hadith: 21)
  17. Piss-closet makruh near wells, rivers, and houses. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 24)
  18. The makruh does not cover his / her suit while urinating in the open space. (Muslim: 517)
  19. Makruh, the right-handed Istinja with no defects. (Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 2027)
  20. Makruh standing in the urine without defecation. There is a high risk of urinary tract infection. (Tirmizi, Hadith: 12, Musnad Ahmad, Hadith: 19555)
  21. At the end of the urine, get out with your right foot and read this prayer:'Alhamdulillah hilalji azhababa anil Aja warfare.'

Through which purity can be achieved

Purification can be achieved with water and stone. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 7, Elaus Sunan: 1/403)

If apache is less than the amount of a dirham, purification can be achieved with just water and only stones or piles. However, it is best to wash with water. It is best to wash it with water after removing it with a sieve. In this, purity is achieved. (Sunan Kubra Lil Bihaki: 522, Dara Kootani: 179)

Mustahab is done with three stones or stones. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 36). However, toilet tissue can be used in operation. When purification is done with two or a mound of tissue, it is lawful to attain purity. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 32)

The site of uncleanness should be thoroughly washed with stones or piles. It will remove the stench. After purification, you should wash your hands in such a way that there is no odor. (Abu Dawood, Hadith: 41)
Author: Teacher, Madrasatul Medina, Nawabpur, Dhaka
The voice of time
Maulana Sakhawat Ullah

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