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  • English

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    A Muslim believer is constantly cleansing and purifying himself, both his heart and his body. Here is a brief summary discussing physical purity and ritual purity, which is required for certain acts of worship. It includes fiqh rulings pertaining to impure substances, to ghusl, wudhū’, tayammum, menstruation and other related issues. .

  • Uzbek

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    An article translated into Uzbek and excerpted from the book "Summarized Islamic Fiqh" of Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Tuwajre (may Allah preserve him). It includes the following points about istinjaa (purifying one`s private parts with water) and Istijmar (purifying one`s private parts with solid things): Definition, what to say and do when entering or going out of the toilet, ruling of facing the qiblah (prayer direction) or turning one`s back to it when answering the call of nature.

  • Chinese

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    A fatwa translated into Chinese in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answering the following question, "Are snails considered as bones that we cannot use in purifying ourselves after answering the call of nature."

  • Chinese

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    A fatwa translated into Chinese in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answered the following question, "I am at school all day and use the bathroom. I cannot go home to purify after relieving myself. May I perform ablutions and pray or wait until going home to make up the prayers I missed."

  • Chinese

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    A fatwa translated into Chinese in which Sh. Muhammad Saleh Al-Munajjed answered the following question, "What is istijmar? May I use tissues on a plane to purify after relieving myself although I can use water instead? Let me know the perfect way to do that"

  • Akane

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    A lecture in Akan explain the way and etiquette of purification after relieving oneself.

  • Arabic

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    An article in Arabic excerpted from the book "Summarized Islamic Fiqh" of Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Tuwajre (may Allah preserve him). It includes the following points about istinjaa (purifying one`s private parts with water) and Istijmar (purifying one`s private parts with solid things): Definition, what to say and do when entering or going out of the toilet, ruling of facing the qiblah (prayer direction) or turning one`s back to it when answering the call of nature.

  • Thai

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    An article in Thai shows how to use water or solid things in purification after relieving oneself based on "Summarized Islamic Fiqh" by Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Tuwajre.

  • Spanish

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    An article translated into Spanish and excerpted from the book "Summarized Islamic Fiqh" of Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Tuwajre (may Allah preserve him). It includes the following points about istinjaa (purifying one`s private parts with water) and Istijmar (purifying one`s private parts with solid things): Definition, what to say and do when entering or going out of the toilet, ruling of facing the qiblah (prayer direction) or turning one`s back to it when answering the call of nature.

  • Japanese

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    An article translated into Japanese and excerpted from the book "Summarized Islamic Fiqh" of Sheikh Muhammad ibn Ibrahim Al-Tuwajre (may Allah preserve him). It includes the following points about istinjaa (purifying one`s private parts with water) and Istijmar (purifying one`s private parts with solid things): Definition, what to say and do when entering or going out of the toilet, ruling of facing the qiblah (prayer direction) or turning one`s back to it when answering the call of nature.

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