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Having understood that the size of hollow of the palm for the amount of najasah is not derived from thin air, rather from the salaf, it is equally important to understand why such small quantity of najasah is overlooked, so much so that even salah is valid with it.
Essentially, much of this ruling has to do with haraj (inconvenience). Relieving oneself is a daily occurance, and to task it with absolute clarity would make a high degree of inconvenience to masses.
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One wonder's where does this issue of hollow of palm comes from. After all impurity, whether it is little or more. It is filthy. How can one say that having some filth on body less than the size of hollow of palm, is excused. It defies logic.
This is a waswasa some of the questioners are often troubled with. They keep persisting on cleaning completely. In doing so, some times they spend upto 15 minutes in Instinjaa' and are still not content.
The Right of Shukr
Prophet Dawood ‘alayhis salaam turned to Allah subhaanahu wata’ala in deep gratitude for all the blessings bestowed upon him and one can only imagine the shukr (gratitude) of a Prophet. Afterward the thought occurred to him that the Tawfeeq (guidance) to make Shukr upon the blessings was also a blessing so he turned to Allah subhaanhau wata’ala once more in gratitude.
Upon completing he realised that the shukr he made upon the thought which occurred
Basic Principle :
A. If the impurity leaves the passage but does not mess the area at all, then it is mustahab to make istinjaa'
B. If the impurity leaves the passage and mess the area less than the hollow of one's palm, then it is sunnah to make istinjaa'
C. If the impurity leaves the passage and mess the area more than the hollow of one's palm,, then it is fardh to make istinjaa'
In condition A and condition
Following up on the previous post....
“Entertaining good thoughts regarding people is a virtuous deed which will be rewarded while entertaining suspicious thoughts will lead to being questioned in the Hereafter.”
In the court of Allah subhaanahu wat’ala the person entertaining suspicious thoughts will be asked to furnish proof. For example a person is seen leaving a pub. He has not been seen drinking alcohol. For having suspicious thoughts regarding this person one
Updated 10-03-2013 at 11:22 AM by ummitaalib