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I and the Messenger kiitab Allah may peace be upon him were going together till we reached the dumping ground of filth behind an enclosure.

Mughira reported his father having said: My people would come to me on the Cistern and I would drive away persons from it tahwrah as a person drives away other people’s camels from his camels.

I asked ‘A’isha about wiping over the shoes. He moved them his hands for wiping to the front of his head and then the nape of his neck, then bringing them back till he reached the place from which he had begun, after which he washed his feet.

And Abu Huraira was asked how it was to be done; he said: Asma daughter of Abu Bakr reported: He then rinsed his mouth and cleaned his nose with water three times.

Hadith 7 of purification (kitab al-taharah) by sunan abu dawood

The Messenger of Allah way peace be upon him said: He extended the washing of his hand that it went up to his armpit. He then wiped his forelock and his turban and his socks. O Abu Huraira, what is this ablution?


He the narrator said that he the Holy Prophet then gave orders to one of the people who brought a bucket of water and poured It ove BookNumber He then washed his right hand including a portion of his arm.

Hadith 3 of purification (kitab al-taharah) by sunan abu dawood

They had begun the prayer with ‘Abd ar-Rabmin b. I heard these words of his: The people the Companions of the Holy Prophet who were present there shouted, but the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him said: When any one amongst you squats for answering the call of nature, he should neither turn his face towards the Qibla nor turn his back towards it.

He came down from the ride and relieved himself.

Tahaeah this an angel would reply to me saying: Upon this he said: These mosques are not the places meant for urine and filth, but are only for the remembrance of Allah, prayer and the recitation of the Qur’an, or Allah’s Messenger said something like that. When anyone amongst you wakes up from sleep, he must not put his hand in the utensil till he has washed it three times, for he does not know where his hand was during kiab night.

He then went back performed ablution well and offered the prayer.

He urinated while standing, and I went aside. He who performed ablution tahatah this, all his previous sins would be expiated and his prayer and going towards the mosque would have an extra reward.


I stopped but the Messenger of Allah may peace be upon him proceeded on till he was out of my sight. Then he washed his face three times and his hands up to the elbow three times; then wiped his head, then washed his feet three times.

If anyone amongst you performs the ablution, and then completes the ablution well and then says: Supposing a man had horses with white blazes on fore- heads and legs among horses which were all black, tell me, would he not recognise his own horses? On my turn when I came back in the evening after grazing them in the pastures, I found Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him stand and address the people.

This is how I saw Allah’s Messenger may peace be upon him perform his ablution.

Kitab al-Taharah by Iqbal Kilani – Taught by Dr. Farhat Hashmi

A Bedouin urinated in the mosque. He then washed his feet and reached up to the shanks and then said: He then washed them, wiped his head, and wiped his socks and then prayed. In the tradition narrated by Ibn ‘Abda the words are: